Tuesday, August 7

One Tsp. Online Recipe Storage

I have been searching for a way to store all my recipes online for a while now.  I tried Google Docs which I like, but it seems kind of messy.  I also tried allrecipes, but don't like that either.


I found One Tsp. today and I love it.  You can store up to 150 recipes for free, and if you would like to store unlimited recipes, it is only $5 a year.  Not bad for unlimited storage.  You can also download it to your iphone/ipad and clip recipes from websites for later.  It will make you a grocery list, let you share with friends, and sort your recipes however you would like.



I have already gotten started typing up my favorite recipes and ones I always seem to lose.  I think my favorite thing is the shopping list.  I love that you can type in your old family recipes and then just click shopping list and have it all laid out for you.  EASY  . . .  AS  . . . PIE.


I can't wait to start uploading and typing up ALL my recipes.  I will probably got over 150 in a matter of days, but there is a backup button so you can download everything to your computer.  I LIKE THAT.  I can't imagine losing all your precious recipes because you forgot your password or couldn't get to them.


Here is what my page looks like so far.  You can add photos too.  Pretty cool!  I am even more motivated to take pictures of all my desserts now.  I hate flipping through recipes trying to remember if I want THIS recipe or THAT recipe.  Was it FLUFFY or SOFT?  OR....  am do I have the complete wrong recipe?  No more confusion...

3 comments:

  1. Hi Kate, Wow ... sounds like a pretty cool application. I've been using The Recipe Manager for years. I sync up my recipes on my iPhone, iPad and computer. It's both Mac and Windows compatible. You can copy a recipe on-line and paste it in ... store photos ... search by photo ... by ingredient ... prepare a shopping list ... link to websites .. set up different cookbooks. I absolutely love it. there's even an option for meal/health planning (which I haven't used but is probably pretty cool as well.). Check it out at www.therecipemanager.com --- once you buy it you can store an unlimited amount of data .. no annual fee. Not sure if you checked it out ... but if not it might be worth a look just to make sure it doesn't offer you other things that you'd really like. Karen

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  2. thanks Karen that sounds awesome too. I will definitely check it out. :)

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  3. The feature on One Tsp to clip recipes is so cool, I may have to consider changing ... for now I'm going to stick with The Recipe Manager but I'm definitely going to keep an eye on One Tsp .... I also like that your data is stored online ... that way if your home system goes up in smoke ... along with your iPad and iPhone you still have your recipes. That's also a very very nice feature. You'd almost think that I loved to cook ... oh well... I love to LOOK at recipes ... that has to count for something ... right?

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