January 21, 2014
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Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I was recently given the opportunity to review Cook’n Recipe Organizer 11 so I can share my thoughts with you all. It took my laptop some time to download it, probably because my gadget is old already. After I finished downloading the software, I immediately downloaded my free recipe book. I was given the chance to download the recipe book of my choice so I chose the Desserts HOF.

I love to cook and I like to collect recipes that I find interesting from different websites. All of these recipes are saved in one of the folders in my bookmarks. When I feel like cooking something from my collection, it will take me some time to find a recipe because there are too many. Honestly, I have never used a recipe organizer before and I was doubtful if this one is easy to use. So, here’s what I found out about the Cook’n software…

It is the only recipe software that allows you to:
– Easily Enter your Personal Recipes
– Get Ideas for What to Make for Dinner
– See a Visual Menu Planner
– Auto-Generate Shopping Lists
– Capture Recipes From Favorite Websites
– Calculate Nutrition of Your Recipes
– Capture & Sync Pinterest Recipes – Demo
– Scan Printed Recipes – Demo
– Discover New Recipes w/Live Feed – Demo
– Print Themed Recipes – Demo
– Use Snip-It to Capture Blog Recipes – Demo
– Import recipes from Word – Demo
– Share Recipes with Social Media – Demo
– and much more!

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What I like about Cook’n?

It’s easy to use and it’s perfect for moms like me (and dads) who are not much into techie stuff. You simply click the strawberry icon to open up your library and there you’ll see all the recipes neatly saved into different categories. There’s even a Live Recipe Feeds so you’ll see a lot of new recipes every time you open the software.

This is not just a place to keep all your recipes but, it can do a lot more. It can print you a shopping list, give you nutrition facts and even help you create your own cookbook. Finding a recipe is also a cinch even if you have forgotten the title. You can just type an ingredient and the software will find all the titles with that ingredient. It will even go online to help you find more recipes. Smart, isn’t it?

I also love that you can easily scan printed recipes or take a photo of them.  It has a Scan-It feature that lets you transfer recipes you’ve clipped from newspapers and magazines without having to type any of them. Saves you a lot of time!

What I don’t like about Cook’n?

I honestly don’t find anything I don’t like about it. So far, I am enjoying it and find it very useful.

Would I recommend it?

YES. It’s perfect for anyone who loves to cook and collect recipes. It even helps you calculate the approximate cost of your shopping list. Cook’n automatically combines the food on your menus and makes a grocery shopping list. If you need a cooking and grocery shopping assistant, this software is for you.

You can purchase the software at the Cook’n website or Amazon. For more information and updates, you can follow them on Facebook and Pinterest.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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