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Top 3 Recipe Apps

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Top 3 Recipe Apps

I love recipe books and I love investing in beautiful and colourful ones that will look amazing on shelves as well as have

I love cooking, I find it therapeutic and I love recipe books. But recently I have been looking into recipe apps on my mobile and I found a few I really like.

I love going through a good book but these apps are great for when you are on the go and want to think of ideas for recipes, or you are waiting for something and you don’t want to carry all those books with you. They are also amazing if oyu want to lead am minimalist lifestyle and want to reduce physical items as much as possible.

 

Top 3 Recipe Apps

 

My Top 3 Recipe Apps are:

 

Deliciously Ella

I’ve had this for over a year now and I love it. I love Deliciously Ella’s blog and cookbooks and the app is no exception. It has amazing images which I love and the recipes are split into categories: Breakfast, Smoothies and Juices, Mains, Salads, Snacks and Sides, Cakes and Desserts. It has a large number of recipes and is frequently updated which is awesome. The app also has a search functionality in which you can search for either a recipe, the amount of people it servers or even by time which is amazing.

You can also select specific recipes and mark them as favourites for easier access

 

FOK – Recipes

This is more of a recent addition, I’ve had this app for around 6 month and I love it. I’ve tried a couple of recipes so far and all were great. The are easy to follow plant based recipes.

The recipes are splits into Breakfasts, Sides and Salads, Pasta and Noodles, Soups and Stews, Amazing Grains, Baked and Stuffed, Wraps and Burgers, Condiments and Sauces, Decadent Desserts and Super Bowl 50.

The app has the options to hide recipes with nuts or recipes with gluten in case you are allergic.

You can mark recipes as favourites for easier access.  Each recipe has the serving size, duration as well as the function to add notes per recipe.

Each recipe is split into summary, ingredients and method. In the ingredients section you can add the ingredients to the shopping list. This is a cool function which makes it easier to mark the exact ingredients required for the recipes. You can access the shopping list within the app itself as it is set as a specific menu.

The search function within the app can be categorised as recently added recipes, quick meals, recipe index or search all recipes.

An amazing fact about this app is that it is frequently updated.

 

I feel good Vegan Recipes

I feel good is not exactly a recipe app but rather a recipe magazine collection. You can subscribe for the weekly issue of the magazine for around $2. However there is a special offer where you get 52 back issues for just $9.99. This is the option I opted for. Each magazine contains 5 recipes, intended for Monday to  Friday dinners as well as an article by someone in the related field such as Dr T Colin Campbell and the likes.

I have tried a number of recipes from the magazine and so far each recipe was a success. An amazing feature in the recipe is that each recipe comes with a video on how to make the recipe. This is amazing as if you have doubt on how to do certain things it is visually explained in the video.

At the end of each magazine is a weekly shopping list which is great if you intend to follow the recipes from Monday to Friday.

 

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