Cook’n Recipe Software Review and Giveaway

Cook’n Recipe Software Giveaway

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Cook’n recipe software is more than just a recipe organizer.  It creates shopping lists.  It lets you create custom meal plans!  Cook’n will compile nutrition plans for you from a single recipe or a complete meal plan.

I found Cook’n Recipe Software at just the right time, too!  I have my daughter’s birthday party and a Halloween party at the end of this month.  Next month, I will be cooking Thanksgiving and, of course, Christmas holidays are right on the heels of that.  I’m glad that I have Cook’n to help me stay organized for those events!

My favorite feature is the one-click recipe capture.  Cook’n has a built in search engine that will search the internet.  When you find a recipe you like, just click the capture button and it will import it into the cookbook and category you designate.  You may have to do some basic formatting to make sure it’s legible to you, but that’s because no two websites format their recipes the same way.

The meal plan creation is as easy as drag-and-drop, too.  In the video below, you can see that in about 2 minutes, I created a meal plan titled “Thanksgiving.”  Then, I just dragged-and-dropped the recipes onto the meal plan.  Afterwards, I told it to create a shopping list, organized by aisle, from that meal plan.  The hardest part was deciding what I wanted to have!

Don’t know what to have?  Type your ingredients that you have on hand into the search engine and tell Cook’n to search your database and it will find you some recipes containing those ingredients!

You can also email your recipes to friends and family or print a family cookbook.  Additionally, you can sync it with your iPhone or Android so you don’t have to lug your laptop into the kitchen with you.  There are just so many possibilities!

You can find out more on the Cook’n Facebook page or by following them on Pinterest.

I am giving away TWO copies.  It normally retails on their site for about $80, so this is a nice prize – and the timing couldn’t be better.


Here is a brief video so that you can see Cook’n in action.


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45 thoughts on “Cook’n Recipe Software Review and Giveaway

  1. One of my favorite recipes to make is Grape Nuts Pudding. Everyone loves it in my family. I also have a broccoli salad that I like to make, along with a Strawberry , cashew salad. I’m getting hungry just thinking about them.

  2. By the was, thank you Alicia for running this contest for us. I hope I filled everything in right. 🙂

  3. I love to make pumpkin pie, my moms velvet salad, and her green bean casserole! every time I make it, it takes me back to the thanksgivings we would have at my parents house. wish they lived closer so I can still enjoy her cookin, cuz nobodys cooking is better than moms!

    1. yuumm its delicious! its crushed up pineapple mixed with a jello/pudding mixture and then topped with a layer of red jello. only mom makes it the best! lol yeah my rents live in louisanna and im in nebraska … so im lucky to see them once a year 🙁 but we talk every week so i cant complain to much 🙂

  4. I want to cook my special pancit canton for thanksgiving, long noodles for a long life 🙂

      1. Kathie Kerwin 09/23/2011 at 1:19 pm i love your site! i am really new to the whole conuonipg and freebies/sweepstakes.. every little penny counts and free is always awesome lol ..your page is great and thank you for taking the time to share all of this with us!

    1. PAINKILLER RECIPEPusser’s Painkiller was created in the British Virgin Islands. It is sevred in almost every restaurant and on every island in the British Virgin Islands. It is now considered the official drink of the BVI’s.2 4 oz Pusser’sae dark rum4 oz pineapple juice1 oz cream of coconut1 oz orange juiceComes in numbers 2, 3, and 4 based on amount of rum. Serve on the rocks. Stir and grate fresh nutmeg on the top.

    1. That sounds like something my husband would like. He does the ham with Cream cheese – but he's never put green onions in them. I'll have to fix that for him and see how he likes it. Thanks!

  5. I love making double tomato bruschetta. I know it’s not very Thanksgiving-ey, but it is so good and my family would kill me if I didn’t bring it!

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