The Recipe Book is a place to store recipes from your own collection and around the web.
Tags, Rating, and Categories help you organize and define your recipes.
Learn how to import recipes once you have the Recipe Clipper saved to your bookmarks bar.
There are 4 ways to add recipes to your Recipe Book.
Manually add your favorite recipes to your Recipe Book, no matter how you have them saved.
You can scale your recipes to suit your family's specific needs.
The Recipe Clipper allows you to add recipes to your account from websites around the web!
Filter and search your recipe so you can find the recipes you'd like to plan.
Add recipes to your Queue to meal plan in the near future, or as a place to save your favorite recipes.
Make edits to multiple recipes at once.
Save recipes to your account from Friends and Plan to Eat.
Prep Notes allow you to save notes with your recipes. These appear on your Planner, reminding you what you need to do to prep for a recipe.
Exported files from other recipe saving sites can be imported into Plan to Eat.
Easily view your recipes while cooking either in App or on Desktop.
Share recipes with other Plan to Eat subscribers using the Friends tab.
Once you have connected with your Friends, you can access their non-private recipes and Menus.
Use tags in your Recipe Book as sub-categories to organize your recipes.
Use this view to help navigate and manage your recipes more efficiently.
You can divide a recipe into different parts to include a recipe within another.
Add recipes from your Pinterest boards by navigating to their original source to add all of the recipe details.
Print individual recipes for easy access to them while cooking or to share them with others.
Learn how to install the Recipe Clipper on the Edge browser.
Remove recipes from your online Plan to Eat account.
Personal recipes can be shared from your Plan to Eat account.
Add comments on preparation or share thoughts about your recipes with Friends.
There are 4 ways to add or change a recipe photo.
Your Recipes and Shopping List can be switched to be viewed with metric conversions
You can export your recipes in two formats, a text file or a spreadsheet.
Automatically calculate the nutritional information for your saved recipes.
If you cannot add the bookmarklet for any reason, you can install the recipe clipper manually to begin adding recipes.
Recipes imported via our Recipe Clipper, but not saved, will be added to Drafts.
You can use a limited list of custom HTML tags in your recipe descriptions and directions.