Organize your recipes. Create grocery lists. Plan your meals. Download recipes from your favorite websites. Seamlessly sync to all your devices. Features • Recipes - Download recipes from your favorite websites, or add your own. • Grocery Lists - Create smart grocery lists that automatically combine ingredients and sort them by aisle. • Pantry - Use the pantry to keep track of which ingredients you have and when they expire. • Meal Planner - Plan your meals using our daily, weekly, or monthly calendars. • Menus - Save your favorite meal plans as reusable menus. • Sync - Keep your recipes, grocery lists, and meal plans synced between all your devices. • Adjust - Scale ingredients to your desired serving size, and convert between measurements. • Cook - Keep the screen on while cooking, cross off ingredients, and highlight your current step. • Search - Organize your recipes into categories and subcategories. Search by name, ingredient, and more. • Timers - Cook times are automatically detected in your directions. Simply tap on one to start a timer. • Import - Import from existing apps such as MacGourmet, YummySoup!, MasterCook & Living Cookbook. • Export - Export your meal plans to Calendar and your grocery lists to Reminders. • Share - Share recipes via AirDrop or email. • Print - Print recipes, grocery lists, menus, and meal plans. Recipes support multiple print formats including index cards. • Extensions - Save recipes directly in Safari and view today's scheduled meals. • Bookmarklet - Download recipes from any browser straight into your Paprika Cloud Sync account. • Offline Access - All of your data is stored locally. No internet connection is required to view your recipes. What's New in 3.0 • iPhone X and iOS 11 support. • iOS app is now universal. • Multitasking support on iPad. • Add multiple, full-sized photos to each recipe. Embed photos in your directions. • Insert links to other recipes or websites in your ingredients or directions. • Format recipes using bold and italics. • Convert ingredient measurements between standard and metric. • Search for recipes across multiple categories. • Add custom aisles to your grocery list and re-arrange them in your preferred order. • Create multiple grocery lists. • Add custom ingredients to the pantry. Track quantities, purchase dates, and expiration dates. • Move items back and forth between the pantry and grocery list. • Add custom meal types to the meal planner. • Create reusable menus that span multiple days. Platforms Paprika is available on multiple platforms so you can access it on all of your devices. Please note that each version is sold separately.
This app has it all! I was even able to download recipes from some sites not listed in the documentation... sweet! I love all the features, especially the ability of “speech-to-text” feature... very time-saving when adding recipes from cookbooks. Also... love, love, love the ability to create a meal plan to the menu; and the way I can create a grocery list and sync with other devices. The more I use this, the more I love it! I do have a few suggestions, but these are in no way criticisms: 1) when using the menu planner, allow the user to choose more than one day for the same recipe (all at once), instead of having to choose a recipe in each day individually. Why? In my menu-planning, I want to add leftover days for recipes that make more than one meal’s worth of food. (Of course, with your handy recipe converter, I can easily cut a recipe down; but I enjoy using leftovers to cut down overall cooking time in a week.). Please educate me if I am missing something. 2) Program the total time to automatically add the prep time and cook time together for the total (any reason it shouldn’t?) 3) in the nutrient section, add fields for: calories, fat, protein, carbs, and fiber. Then, allow the totaling of each of these fields on the menu-planning page, so a user can easily see how many of each is planned for complete day’s menu. 4) Add an undo feature (or educate me on how to use one if already built in). Thanks so much for this awesome app!!!
I found the currently available features quite useful, but there are a couple of improvements I’d like to suggest: 1) Collect equipment/tools data as a standard field. It’s a bit janky to manually stuff it into Ingredients, Description, or Notes. 2) Allow search to look for ingredients in recipes. This would be helpful to see what recipes use a certain ingredient, especially if you need to use it up soon.
I’ve used Paprika since it began. The additions and ease to import recipes is just awesome! I have recommended the app to many people over the years.
I almost never ever buy an app. But after reading the reviews and talking to a friend who uses it I decided to try it. It’s totally worth it. I like the fact you can download recipes online as well as type in your own. It has a great interface with my other devices as well. Highly recommended! You won’t be sorry.
I don’t write reviews, like ever. But I love this app so much, I’m taking the time to do it. I’m an efficiency nerd but also a gourmet. Therefore, I detest food blogs with their long write ups, ads, and food photography, but I really enjoy utilizing their recipes for inspiration. I’ve found the perfect solution in Paprika! If I find a recipe that sparks my interest, I download it to my app and am relieved of dealing with all the “junk”. I also really love tweaking recipes and experimenting. Paprika allows me to easily edit recipes as I go making them my own. I love the control and freedom it provides! Two thumbs waaaay up!
I can’t seem to add the watch app as a complication yet, the only way to get to it quickly seems to be adding it to the docked apps list. It’s been very much improved but it would be great to have it on the watch face as a complication.
I had my recipes in spreadsheet form to try to make cooking and baking easier, but paprika makes it easier to quickly scale your recipes, make a grocery list, save new recipes from online, and search for recipes with an ingredient. I love how easy it is to share recipes with friends now
In the middle of preparing for a spiced crab Apple jelly. Prompted to write a review. First one ever. Love, love Love this app! Always wanted to cook more, but didn't have a system for organizing and storing recipes. After looking around, I found paprika. Downloaded for my iPad, iPhone, and iMac. Couldn't be happier. 😉 Use iMac for organizing and planning out the week. Use iPhone for grocery shopping and importing new recipes. Use iPad for cooking. Everything syncs perfectly!! Went from having a few printed recipes here and there to everything in one place across all my devices. It's addictive,too. Favorite things - Powerful import data entry. Scaling of ingredients. Brilliant!
I collect recipes from all over the world. I have over 3,000 entered in Paprika 3, over half of which are scanned images. They include scanned pages from pages ripped out of magazines for almost 50 years, hand written recipes from my mom and friends, and include the notes I’ve written on them over the years. The new ability to print a scanned image full size is fabulous. I really prefer to work with a printed copy instead of off my iPad. And the ability to import directly from a web page makes it really easy to add new recipes. If you travel the world on your tummy, this app is you you. Also, spend the bucks to put the program on your Mac. It’s not cheap but the program uses the Apple Cloud to automatically sync with each device.
I love this app!! It is such an easy way to store those great recipes you see online. I have not figured out how to “save to a clipboard” yet for those recipes that don’t download directly into the app.