Friday, February 14, 2014

Cook'n Recipe Organizer

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Anyone who knows me, knows that I’m not a very good cook and my husband does most of the work in the kitchen. I can cook eggs and Mexican food and on occasion the simplest pasta.  I do however try to cook once in a while. So, when I was asked to review Cook’n Recipe Organizer 11 from DVO, I thought it would be a great opportunity to try new recipes and maybe, just maybe learn to cook something different.
This download is amazing. It lets you do everything from create meal plans, create a family cook book and even share your recipes on social media. There is a part of the program that lets you analyze recipe nutrition. “After typing in a recipe or importing one from the internet, simply click a button for the information you need. Saves you a ton of time by analyzing nutrition in seconds.”

Even though I don’t cook very much, I still love Pinterest and I love looking at recipes on there and pining them. Cook’n will let you import all your Pinterest recipes with just one click and synchronize the two so any new recipes pin will automatically appear in Cook’n.

You can also take your recipes and print them onto 3x5, 4x6 or even full page printouts. There are so many options to Cook’n that you can do

Here are just a few things that this cool program can do:

  • Organizes grocery shopping list items by aisle
  • Compiles your family’s grocery shopping list automatically
  • Calculates your grocery cost
  • Converts to package sizes
  • Creates menus and meal plans
  • Easily Enter your own personal recipes
  • Discover recipes with live feed
  • And many more…

I think this is a perfect program for the cook in the family. Check it out plus their other cookbooks as well. I love this and can't wait to use it more. 

Cook’n is giving one lucky winner their own download valued at $80. Use the Giveaway Tools below for your chance to win.

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Prize woth aprx $80.00
Open to US residents 18 years and older
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Winner has 48 hours to reply to this notification email or another winner will be selected

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  1. OMG! It captures scanned recipes. The cooking app I'm using can't do that.

  2. The Capture recipes from other websites is a awesome feature!

  3. I entered the

  4. Hi, nice blog Really very interesting post shared above. Awaiting for more posts like this.

  5. It auto generates shopping lists

  6. I like that it Scans Printed Recipes.

  7. i entered chap stick

  8. I like it makes lists for you that cool

  9. I love that you can scan your printed recipes. I could sure get organized with this.
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  10. I love that it even has a menu planner!

  11. Scan Printed Recipes it would be great to use I hate having them in drawers its messy