Top 5 Best Cooking Apps

Not everyone loves to cook. I’ll admit that personally, I have a love-hate relationship as far as cooking is concerned. I need to cook in order to stay healthy, but there are times I have my off days. For some, cooking gets boring because of a lack of variety or lack of recipes. If you have a passion for cooking or just want to try something new, you should consider using these best cooking apps on your phone for help.

#1. Allrecipes Dinner Spinner

Here’s a free app that deserves to be on the awesome apps for cooking. Allrecipes.com already has a name for itself, but its app definitely pushes it further. It allows you to get recipes whenever you need them. The best part is if you have no ideas on what to cook, all you need to do is input the ingredients you have at the time, and it’ll give you a recipe. The interface on this app is and the step by step instructions easy to follow.

#2. Big Oven

BigOven offers you over 350,00o recipes that you can enjoy. The best way to describe this amazing cooking app is that it’s a social cooking app. The app lets you connect with your friends, family, and favorite chefs to see what they’re making.

On top of that, you get to add snapshots of your own recipes for others to see as well. BigOven helps you get organized as well via the weekly organizer and the grocery list option in the app. Overall, it’s a great app to have if you’d like to broadcast what you’re making.

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#3. Food Network in the Kitchen

You ever heard of the Food Network, the famous network that has TV shows such as Chopped and many others. If you don’t know the network, then you’re losing out in the Kitchen. Back to the app, Food Network in the Kitchen is based on a television network, thus boasts having a few celebrities in its midst.

The app offers a ton of recipes from some renowned chefs. It also allows you to add recipes to your favorite list or write and store your own recipes. The best part is that it boasts some of the best high-quality recipe videos. The only problem is these videos can be viewed only in the United States.

#4. Pinterest

This must surely be a wild card pick for many of you. You must be wondering why Pinterest? You need to remember that Pinterest and Cooking were once one and the same thing. This is more so the case during the inception of the app.

Granted, this app isn’t the best option when features are your concern, but you can find some unique recipes. All you need to do is search for keywords and hashtags, and that’s it. After that, just save the recipes for later use. You can use this app mostly to grow your recipe collection.

Price: Free

#5. Yummly

When it comes to best cooking apps for Android, this has to be right up there. Sure, it doesn’t boast many features, but it does have one better on the others like a search engine. You can use Yummly to get tons of recipes and tailor it to your needs. If you’re a very picky person, then use the search engine on this app to get exactly what suits you best and cook tasty food.

On top of that, Yummly learns, thus over time it recommends recipes based on what you like and disregards what you don’t like. Almost forgot, the app does have Instacart integrated to it. This makes things a lot easier for those that use the service.

It’s not easy coming up with the best cooking apps for Android; there are so many options. Did you like the apps on the list? Which app works best for you? We’d like to hear what you think about these apps.

Kibbs is a passionate tech writer with excellent knowledge in tech stuff.
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