A round-up of 10 cooking apps for finding the tastiest fall recipes.
Sure, fall might be almost over (shhhhh don’t tell fall I said that, I’m holding on as tightly and for as long as possible). But, you still have time to find and make some new, tasty fall recipes! I love creating my own recipes, yet I also love seeing what everyone else is whipping up.
I discovered some fabulous free apps for perusing and finding new fun recipes and am loving how easy it’s become to search for new seasonal meals when I’m on the go…which is always. You may already know some of these apps, or even use them yourself – in which case, let me know which ones are your favorites! I’d love to hear where you’re finding your weekly menu inspiration.
10 Cooking Apps for Finding the Best Fall Recipes
NYT Cooking: With more than 17K recipes, NYT Cooking boasts a gorgeous user experience in line with their existing branding. And of course, the tastiest meal ideas.
(Not)Recipes by Food52: Food52 is already a favorite of mine, so when I found out they had an app, I was all. about. it. I realize this one’s literally called (Not)Recipes, but it’s totally worth a gander. Plus, it’s so fascinating seeing what everyone’s cooking up right in their own homes!
My New Roots: Truth be told, I’ve been eating a lot less meat than I used to. It wasn’t a decision based on dietary restrictions, but rather a conscious decision to attempt to eat more veggies. So, a healthy vegetarian app is a huge help with finding healthy, veggie-filled recipes. Plus, every photo is ridiculously gorgeous.
Cooking Light: If you’re looking for tasty, lighter recipes, Cooking Light is your way to go. The user experience isn’t ideal, but it’s an easy to navigate app for those healthier meals.
Jamie Oliver’s Recipes: Jamie’s got a ton of seasonal recipes on his app, though I’m especially a fan of his featured collections. One of which, currently, is ‘pimp your veggies’. #intoit.
Food Network In The Kitchen: Food Network is always a solid go-to. If I’m looking for tried and true recipes, Food Network is the spot. Plus, you can search by show!
Yummly Recipes: Yummly is self-described as as your “smart cooking sidekick” and offers personalized guidance throughout the cooking process. Plus, it shares personalized recommendations to help you find the ideal recipes.
foodgawker: foodgawker is like a Pinterest just for recipes. Each image links right back to the publisher who created it – it’s a fabulous way to not only discover new recipes, but new bloggers as well! Speaking of which, I just had my first two recipes accepted on foodgawker and I’m kind of geeking out about it – eek!
BigOven: BigOven boasts over 350K recipes, which totally sounds daunting, but I suppose that means you’ve got even more options for tasty fall recipes!
Happy cooking, y’all!