Cook’n Recipe Organizer


recipe organizing software You may have seen the buzz on other blogs about a pretty neat program for organizing recipes – the Cook’n Recipe Organizer! Whether preparing a home-cooked meal for loved ones, printing a family cookbook, making a menu to simplify meal preparations, analyzing nutrition to help you eat healthier, or syncing a shopping list to your mobile device to save time and money at the grocery store, Cook’n puts your favorite recipes at your fingertips to help you creat the things that make mealtime enjoyable. The possibilities really do seem endless, and I think it’s so neat how you can collect your family’s favorite recipes and create your own cookbooks, and someday pass them on to your kids. I know my kids would really enjoy this, and I sure wish this program had been around many years ago so that I could have all of my favorite recipes that my mom used to make, in one handy place.

Of course the program does much more than just create recipe books – according to the folks that created the Cook’n Recipe Organizersoftware, it can help with grocery shopping, planning meals, and so many other things. This should give you an idea of what you can do with it: The Easiest Way to…

  • Find the Best Recipes on the Internet
  • Capture and Save Internet Recipes
  • Enter Your Own Personal Recipes
  • Sync Recipes with iPhone, iPad, & Android
  • Print a Family Cookbook
  • Analyze Nutritional Values
  • Make Menus, Shopping Lists & More!
  • Get Free Cookbook with Purchase

online recipe organizer Discount code! You can take 50% off the Cook’n Recipe O rganizer when you use this code: mb-80mphmom (expires 3/15/12) I am thrilled to announce that I get to give a copy of the Cook’n Recipe Organizerto one lucky reader!

Cook’n Recipe Organizer is available for PC and Mac.

THE GIVEAWAY is now closed.  One winner received a copy of Cook’n Recipe Organizer ($79.95 value!)

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  1. Charity Lummel on

    All of my recipes are written on paper in a drawer. I intend on putting them on the computer, but there are so many.

  2. Mostly the old fashioned method of recipe cards (index cards) or I save them online on a few different sites.

  3. I bookmark (in Chrome) my favorite recipes, which worked for awhile but now I have hundreds! Not to mention my collection of 50+ cookbooks. *sigh* I’ll never get organized.

  4. My organization would be a lack of. I have all the recipes in a binder inno particular order. This would be great to win.

  5. This sounds like a neat program Jen! My organization is pretty much nil. In fact, I think my blog is my main source of go-to recipes aside from all my cookbooks. 🙂

  6. I don’t really have any organization to my recipes and cookbooks. That’s why I would love this software! I have a book shelf over flowing with cookbooks and stacks of printed and hand written recipes.

  7. Does ripping out pages from a magazine and throwing them in a pile count as organization? ‘Cause that’s what I got.

  8. my recipe collection is spread across 2,000 square feet. Single pages placed here and there and never able to be located. I’m in need of serious organization!

  9. I keep all of my recipes in a folder on top of the refrigerator. I have always meant to do something with them but I have never gotten around to it.

  10. i have no organization system yet and that is really bad because I am a culinary student and we get recipe packets every single week!

  11. Eileen Burke on

    Oh man, I have no organization to speak of. I have a few special family recipes in a book but that’s about it. I really on my brain to remember what I did a google search for so I can look the recipe up again, so bad!

  12. Kelly Falcone on

    I stack print out recipes from the internet in the corner of my kitchen counter

  13. Jennifer Paige on

    I have pretty much zero organization when it comes to recipes. I like to clip them out of magazines, but they don’t really have a good home. Most recipes I use are in books that I keep on top of the fridge.

  14. I usually print them out and stick them in a folder….not very organized and it takes me forever to find the one I want.

  15. I currently have no organizational system for my recipes. I have lots on index cards, scribbled on scraps of paper, and saved on my computer.

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