Cook’n Recipe Organizer Review and Giveaway

recipe organizer softwareWhen I first discovered Cook’n, I got super excited! Why? Because I have so many cookbooks, and so many loose recipes laying around. I new this software would come in handy. My husband often fusses about all my cookbooks, but I have some favorites in them all so I have to keep them.

recipe organizer

Cook’n is the The Easiest Way to:

  • Find the Best Recipes on the Internet
  • Capture and Save Internet Recipes
  • Enter Your Own Personal Recipes
  • Sync Recipes with iPhone, iPad, & Android
  • Print a Family Cookbook
  • Analyze Nutritional Values
  • Make Menus, Shopping Lists & More!
  • Get Free Cookbook with Purchase

After receiving the program, and getting it all installed. I watched a video to help me better understand the program. I learned there was so much I could do with this, and I was super excited to check it all out. I have to say there is several things I like about this program, and a few things I don’t like.

I love how I can make my own cookbooks. Now I can take all my favorite recipes, and make them into their very own cookbook, I can also take a print out my favorite ones, onto recipe cards! This would make for some awesome Christmas gifts to family members! Another thing I liked about this program was the ability to take a recipe, and make a shopping list. The program gave me a list of everything I needed and what the cost would be. The cost is the cost for the product itself… Say you have a recipe that calls for olive oil, the shopping list will give you the price of a bottle of olive oil. This helps if you have none of the products on hand so you have an idea what the total price will be. I also liked the fact I could search for recipes within the program online, and once I found one I liked… I could capture it, and it would put it into the recipe format, and place it in the recipe book I wanted it placed in.

The thing I didn’t like about this program, was the capture mode didn’t work all that well. To me this wasn’t a huge deal, but for some it maybe. I just simply made a few changes within the system, and it worked fine.

Over-all I love the program, and this will save me a lot of time once I get all my recipes organized… no more having to go to the cookbooks trying to remember where that recipe for the amazing chicken and dumplings is in.

Do you love cooking? Have way to many recipes to keep up with? How would you like to win a copy of Cook’n Recipe Organizer?

recipe organizerGiveaway is open worldwide and will end… May 12th.

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About Jammie Morey

Jammie is of Native American descent, she has family from the Ojibway/Chippewa tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. She was born and raised in Michigan, where she later moved to Tennessee with her husband and daughter. Jammie and her husband home school their daughter, and enjoy doing many things together as a family. Some of those activities include geocaching, hiking, fishing, playing games together as a family, and just being silly with their daughter. Jammie is Owner of The Neat Things in Life. For more information visit on Google+.



    I learned that it is a good app to keep recipes on

  2. Sheryl Granholm says:

    I learned that DVO Enterprises was founded in a spare bedroom!

  3. Kristy Thiel says:

    I learned that you can use this to create your grocery lists, and you can save recipes from the internet!

  4. Pauline Milner says:

    You can automatically adjust service sizes for the amount of people you are cooking for.

    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity. ~Pauline

  5. This prize is something I could really use!

  6. I learned it analyzes nutritional value of meals.


  7. Belinda McNabb says:

    I learned that you can Sync Recipes with iPhone, iPad, & Android

  8. Mindy Mue says:

    You can capture receipes you see online.

  9. susan varney says:

    they have many downloadable cookbooks

  10. Christina says:

    I learned that you can capture recipes you see online!

  11. Tammy W says:

    I learned that I can take my android phone to the store with my shopping list on it. No more handwritten (i.e. unreadable) shopping lists!

  12. I learned that they have a Cook’n Club Members Forum where you can exchange ideas with other members.

  13. Capturing and saving Internet recipes is probably my favorite feature

  14. Angela Winesburg says:

    I learned that you can capture recipes you see online

  15. Roxann Clark says:

    I learned it could capture recipes and pictures off of the internet

  16. Allison says:

    I learned that it also has a mobile device.

  17. I learned the program can help organize recipes from the internet! :)

  18. Tom Shewbridge says:

    Syncs with Ipod and android!!

  19. tallcapp says:

    You can get recipes from 150 brand name cookbooks.

  20. Dawn Reid says:

    I learned that it also has a mobile device.

  21. christal c says:

    I can sync with iphone

  22. amy deeter says:

    it analyzes nutritional value of meals

  23. Jessica Hays says:

    I learned it could capture recipes and pictures off of the internet!

    jessicaahays at hotmail dot com

  24. Virginia Rowell says:

    I learned that you can type the ingredients that you have on hand to find a recipe.

  25. Tim Moss says:

    You can print a cookbook to share with your friends.

  26. R Hicks says:

    learned that they are located in Alpine, UT

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  27. Lorayne Gothard says:

    I learned you can enter in what ingredients you have and it will give you recipes

  28. Heather says:

    I learned product has great reviews on Amazon!

  29. Renee Richardson says:

    I learned that they provide a 200% guarantee. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

  30. Michelle Tucker says:

    I like that you can put in ingredients that you have and it’ll come up with recipes to make.

  31. I learned that you can create your own cookbook!

  32. You can organize your internet favorite recipes.

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