Yummly Recipes + Shopping List

Yummly Recipes + Shopping List

By Yummly

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2013-09-13
  • Current Version: 5.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 204.10 MB
  • Developer: Yummly
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.77044
4.77044
From 79,094 Ratings

Description

Yummly is your smart cooking sidekick, offering personalized guidance every step of the way. From recipe recommendations just for you, to handy tools and helpful videos, Yummly has everything you need to improve life in the kitchen. Experience what millions are enjoying on the web, free on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The App at a Glance: 2 million+ recipes from the best of the best Discover recipes from Yummly’s test kitchen and other top recipe sites and food blogs like Allrecipes, Epicurious, Food52, Smitten Kitchen, and more. Personalized to your tastes & dietary needs Tell Yummly your diets, allergies, tastes, and preferences and they'll only serve up recipes that match. As you use Yummly, like magic, it learns about what you like. The more you Yum, the better it gets! Step-by-step guided recipes Let Yummly do the thinking for you with step-by-step recipes, including video tutorials, timers, and more handy tools to make cooking a breeze. Collect, save, and organize your favorites Saving your favorite recipes couldn’t be easier. With the tap of a “Yum” button, your faves are stashed for safekeeping in a digital recipe box. Once saved, create collections for easy organization and viewing when cooking and grocery shopping. What's in your fridge? Discover recipes to make right now with what you have on hand. Simply enter the ingredients you wish to use and Yummly will provide you recipes that match. Recipe scheduling for easy meal planning Schedule a recipe to the exact time you want to eat and it's instantly added to your calendar. You'll even get a gentle nudge when it's time to start cooking. Add entire recipes to your grocery list With one click you can add a full recipe to your shopping list. Yummly automatically categorizes your list by both aisles and recipes to make your trip to the grocery store a snap. Special features: -Track the nutrition and servings of what you eat with Yummly's integration with Apple Health App on each recipe page. -Add the Yummly widget to get the single-most perfect recipe option for any moment of the day on your homescreen. You can access this from the Today screen.

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Reviews

  • Luv2Kook

    5
    By Luve2Kook
    The best ever!
  • Coach Roussel

    5
    By Coach Roussel
    Great recipes
  • Yummly is the BEST!!!!

    5
    By DebNewYork
    A picture says a thousand words and Yummly photography is mouth watering. I love the way Yummly organizes my Yummed recipes. Yummly’s new video feature is a great addition to its site. Yummly is my go to recipe site. Yummly would be even better if my recipe categories were in alphabetical order 😁
  • Prefect app for endless ideas

    5
    By Skeleton1111
    I have used this app for a few years now. I love it. It has endless ideas for recipes. Simple directions with pictures. Easy and helpful!!
  • Love this App!

    5
    By N924M
    So many amazing recipes, making trying something new delicious and easy!
  • The best!

    5
    By Kwoolum
    The only recipe site you’ll ever need.
  • The update erased all of my recipes. Nice work, Yummly

    1
    By Rob19ert47
    You can usually find a good recipe for whatever you’re planning to cook.
  • Cici3508

    4
    By cici3508
    Great app
  • Amazing App

    5
    By megs2happiness
    I have been using this app for months and love all the features about it. I can even order my groceries directly from the app.
  • Great, but frustrating too

    3
    By Two000Man
    Some excellent recipes here, but I think I speak for the person who, while in the supermarket, wishes to find a recipe on the fly, and is thwarted by a login and password scenario. I’m trying to access my favorite pot roast recipe, and I can't remember my password. Does that make any sense at all?

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