Cook’n Recipe Organizer For PC & Mac

Cook’n Recipe Organizer


With our family’s recent focus on trying to eat more whole unprocessed foods, my recipe collection has more than doubled. Most of my current recipes are from various places online and are stored/organized in my internet browser bookmarks. This method of organization is not very efficient and oftentimes I cannot remember which particular recipe it was I wanted to use (several sound alike but are not) and I get frustrated looking for it.

Now I have the Cook’n Recipe Organizer. This computer program will become a cooks best friend… quickly.

With Cook’n you can:

  • Easily add your own recipes

Organizing your family recipe collection in the computer is easy with Cook’n. You already know how to put in your recipes, that’s because Cook’n’s recipe window looks just like a recipe card. And, “Quick-Fill” editing does much of the typing for you. You can even add your recipe photos and videos!

  • Capture hundreds of internet recipes

Finding recipes on the Internet is fun… but printing them just adds to the clutter. Instead, simply use Cook’n to find and capture Internet recipes so you keep them in one central database for easy access!

  • Create and organize cookbooks with different chapters

Cook’n has simple cookbook-like chapters and categories that make it easy to find your recipes fast. Choose how to display your recipes with several colorful themes to choose from. If you’d rather have a hard copy, Cook’n allows you publish cookbooks with title pages, table of contents, nutritional info, and indexes.

  • Search for recipes by what foods you have on hand

Simply tell Cook’n what ingredients you have on hand and in seconds, Cook’n will suggest several delicious recipes. Or, use Cook’n’s exclusive “Recipe Browser” feature and page through pictures of finished dishes to look for ideas.

  • Change recipe serving sizes to automatically convert ingredient amounts

Cook’n’s Recipe Manager makes entertaining a snap. Simply select the number of guests you will be serving and enter it into your favorite recipe. Cook’n calculates the new ingredient amounts for you. No more of that measuring madness!

My favorite uses for Cook’n is the ability to import internet recipes (fantastic) and the ability to search for a recipe based on what you have on hand in the kitchen. After taking some time to import all of my recipes (online and physical from a book at home) I am now an efficient recipe finder! No more rummaging through my pile of magazine clippings or through my internet bookmarks to find a last minute idea for dinner. I know I’m not the only Mommy out there that doesn’t have dinner planned the night before. Some day I aspire to be super Mom Transfer of documents.and have my menu planned out for the week, but for now Cook’n saves my hiney several times a month!

Some other great functions of Cook’n include:

  • Find the Best Recipes on the Internet
  • Sync Recipes with iPhone, iPad, & Android
  • Print a Family Cookbook
  • Analyze Nutritional Values
  • Make Menus, Shopping Lists & More!



You can purchase Cook’n Recipe Organizer for $79.99.


OurKidsMom’s readers can save 50% off by using code mb-ourkids


ONE OurKidsMom is going to win a copy of Cook’n Recipe Organizer for PC & Mac!

This giveaway ende at 11:59 PM EST on April 20, 2012.

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  1. Wanda McHenry says

    I like that you can capture and save internet recipes

  2. I learned that Cook’n Recipe Organizer site has really cool mobile apps to download.

  3. Now this looks like some fun! I am a lover of a good pc program 🙂

  4. Shirley says

    The software does shopping lists.

  5. Jason says

    i like that you can capture and save recipes from the internet

  6. Claire says

    I like that it does shopping lists, too

  7. Cynthia says

    I love that you can sync with your android! Cool!

  8. suzanne says

    I like the sound of all of the menu planning/grocery shopping features!

  9. Lee Black says

    I like that you can capture recipes from the internet

  10. Sarah says

    You can enter your own personal recipes

  11. Karen Lynch says

    I like that you can save your own recipes and print a family cookbook for gifts.

  12. Sherry S. says

    I like that you can capture recipes from the internet.

  13. Cheryl Abdelnour says

    I like that you can put recipes of your own on it and also ones you find on the internet.

  14. cynthia says

    I love that it you can search recipes online!

  15. Lorayne Gothard says

    I like the fact you can enter your own personal recipes. I would love to have this. I think it would help me enjoy cooking a little better.

  16. Print a family cookbook- WOW this is amazing. I have a cookbook from 50 years ago from my great aunts, love this idea!

  17. keeley says

    I like how you can print it into a Family Cookbook, what a neat idea!

  18. Kristy Thiel says

    I love that you can split recipes!

  19. Holly S. says

    I like that you can make menus for the week and then make grocery lists from the menus. Handy. Thanks for the giveaway!

  20. MommaMary says

    I can use this on my PC, I had recently contacted another company and their system was for Mac’s only. I would love to win this. Thanks for the chance!

  21. Fawn H says

    I like the Cook n Low Carb Cookbook

  22. Kate says

    I love that you can print a family cookbook

  23. Erin Rok says

    I like that you can capture and save internet recipes

  24. matthew b says

    all about adding photos!

  25. I’d like being able to capture and save internet recipes and analyze nutrional values

  26. Rachel Miller says

    I learned its a great place to store recipes and make lists! Thanks for the giveaway!

  27. I like this feature: Analyze Nutritional Values

  28. I like how you can create your own cookbook. I’ve been trying to recreate my previous cookbook because I at least a hundred new recipes since my last update a few years ago – it’s just so time consuming. I’m pretty sure I’ll be able to import my cookbook file and just go from there!

  29. Brenda F says

    This would be great to have for our busy family!

  30. Jessica Bradley says

    I like that everything is centralized in one. Recipes, shopping lists, etc.

  31. Corinne Soto says

    i like that it will sync to my iphone, as its easier to cart that around the kitchen than my laptop

  32. Anna says

    I love the iphone app

  33. Rebecca Parsons says

    I love that you can analyze nutritional value. It comes in handy when you are watching what you eat.

  34. Michele L. says

    I love that it will make shopping lists and that you can add recipes from the interenet

  35. I like that Cook’n has a monthly newsletter with lots of recipes and tips.

  36. Lisa says

    Being able to analyze nutritional values is a great thing for cooking!

    • Lisa says

      P.S. Your tweet message is wrong. Just wanted you to know. 🙂

  37. LB says

    love that you can capture and save recipes from the Internet

  38. Amanda Alvarado says

    I love that I can print a family cookbook! Maybe I can convince my dad to give up his red velvet cake recipe!

  39. JR Pickett (Vicki Vix on r/c form) says

    I learned that the Cook’n allows you to analyze the nutritional elements of recipes and menus (even the ones I add). Thanks for a neat giveaway.

  40. Yesenia says

    I like that you can enter your own recipes as well as capture and save recipes from the internet.

  41. Pauline Milner says

    One of the great features of the Cook N Recipe Organizer that I really like is the ability to sync your recipes with your iPhone, iPad and Android.

    Thanks for the great giveaway opportunity.

  42. Tara Liebing says

    I like that it makes shopping lists and can capture online recipes too

  43. Paul T / Pauline T says

    I like that you can save your own recipes

  44. I really like that you can find recipes online and add them to your recipes and keep them organized (I have so many random pieces of paper from online recipes)

  45. Mippy says

    I love you can add your own recipes as well! 🙂

  46. I can make my own family cook book and that I can make a shopping list right from there.

  47. Mary Michaud says

    I like that it can be used on macs and mobile phones too

  48. Angie M says

    when I hit the tweet on this one it acutally tweeted the baby ktan wrap or whatever…..might want to check that out.

  49. Kelly L. says

    I love that you can use it with your iphone!

  50. christine jessamine says

    i learned that you can print your own family cookbook with this!

  51. ♡♥♬ Louis ♬♥♡ says

    I like how easy it is with this software to organize recipes
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

  52. Joe Lee says

    It comes with a free cookbook!

  53. Tammy R. says

    Love that it allows for printing cookbooks that can be shared between family members.

  54. kelly says

    i learned you can Analyze Nutritional Values

  55. Brenda C says

    it will find recipes depending on what ingredients i have on hand

  56. MommaMary says

    I learned that this is for Mac only

  57. kris says

    nutritional values

  58. Sarah L says

    Print a Family Cookbook
    Thanks for the contest.

  59. Lynn Wittner says

    I learned that you can capture recipes off of the internet

  60. debra hall says

    i like the i can enter myOwn Personal Recipes

  61. Carla Garcia says

    i like that you can “capture” recipes from the internet and keep them all together.

  62. Erika P. says

    I learned the program can determine the nutrition content of a recipe which would be nice to have while dieting.

  63. Jaime says

    I like that you can create and print a family cook book!

  64. Brenda C says

    i want to apologize… i went to tweet the contest today and my cat swiped the touch screen and entered before I could tweet…

  65. You can capture and save internet recipes!

  66. Angela says

    I love that it you can search recipes online!

  67. Russell Moore says

    Like that it allows you to create and print a family cookbook. will be great for saving old family favorites before they are lost.

  68. Kathy Smith says

    I like that it syncs with computer. You should see my recipe drawer!!! HAHAHA Its the family joke!! Boy this would be great!

  69. Jennifer Clay says

    I like that you can print a family recipe book!

  70. Joye Rast says

    I like that I can get all my recipe together and not having to look for this book or that one that I can’t find!

  71. Gianna says

    They have a 200% guarantee.

  72. Jesselyn A/Jesstinger says

    As an avid cook and part-time caterer – I have been collecting recipes for longer than I will ever admit: I have boxes and boxes of them and dozens of computer files – which renders most of them useless as I have never found a good way to organize them so I can never find them. It’s gotten to the point where I’e actually memorized as many as my brain can hold! I would loe to try this software!

  73. Angela s says

    I learned it has a nutrition analyzer, which would really help me keeping my family eating healthy

  74. Desiree Dunbar says

    I like that you can search the recipes in seconds.

  75. Lily Kwan says

    I learned that DVO Enterprises was founded in a spare bedroom by software developer Daniel V. Oaks Jr. in March of 1992.

  76. Heather Augenstein says

    I love how it makes the shopping list for you! How intuitive!

  77. Would love to get this and input all of my wife’s grandmothers recipes all on 3×5 cards and print out a cookbook for her as a gift!! This would be great!!

  78. it has mobile apps & you can sync it to your phone.

  79. cynthia layton says

    it has mobile apps

  80. Allison says

    I learned that it will sync to your phone.

  81. catherine c says

    i like that you can add recipes from online

  82. Karen Gonyea says

    LOVE how you can “capture” internet recipes 🙂

  83. polly says

    i would like their complete muffin cookbook

  84. Virginia Rowell says

    I like that you can capture and save internet recipes also. It’s so time consuming to go to each website and look through your files.

  85. Dawn says

    I like that it does shopping lists, sounds like a good program

  86. Lisa L says

    I like that they provide a free monthly newsletter and a forum where you can communicate with other Cook’n users

  87. Michelle Tucker says

    I like that you can Print a Family Cookbook, pretty awesome!

  88. Sand says

    I learned that you can save internet recipes.

  89. trixx says

    I learned you can analyze the nutritional values of your food

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