Create, display, and manage your very own recipes with one of the best loved recipe managers on the App Store.

 

 

“Using a combination of beautiful graphics, easy entry, and a powerful management system, The Recipe Box is easily the best cooking tool app on the market today.” — Bryan Wolfe, AppAdvice.com

A fantastic digital cookbook you'll use every day.


The Recipe Box was developed by foodies who love their iPad and wanted to transform it into a 21st-century cooking tool. We’re super excited to help you get your grandma’s recipes into a quickly-sorted, easily shared format that can’t be misplaced, covered in stains, or catch on fire.

  • Magically import a recipe from the web.

    With one tap, a recipe from one of dozens of popular food websites is captured to your collection.

  • Focus on cooking.

    Highlight your current step. Quickly navigate between several recipes or navigate to a completely new set. Add cooking tips and substitutions in place.

  • See all your recipes, or maybe just dinner recipes.

    Or use the powerful search bar to find the perfect meal. Email your current list or a shopping list. Print a whole series of recipes and make a booklet.

  • Enter a recipe in a matter of moments.

    The Recipe Box keyboard (iPad) makes it fun, with shortcuts for often used phrases. Add a photo. Cross-reference for easy browsing.

  • Take your recipes shopping.

    You can cross off items already in your kitchen. An elegant strike-through helps you focus on what’s left. Then, email a clickable list, or print it out.

  • Keep in sync with Recipe Link.

    Send recipes from your iPad to your iPhone in seconds...or send to a friend.

  • iPhone users love it, too.

    As a stand-alone app, The Recipe Box To Go has almost all the same features as iPad.

From our kitchen to yours —

Corpus Collusion Co-founder Vibrata Chromodoris loves to cook, and had been printing out recipes she'd collected online, keeping them in a big folder. Plus, she had all of her family’s Northern Italian standards still in her mom’s original vintage recipe box. Once she brought home an iPad, she saw how great it would be to have all her recipes sorted neatly in one place.

Necessity being the mother of all inventions, she turned to her friend Kathy Tafel for help. “Let's make an app that makes it easy to add a recipe, shows me where I am when I’m cooking, and let’s me put it in more than one category, so I can find it months later. Oh, and I want to be able to bookmark new recipes that I haven’t tried yet. Oh, and rate them. Can we do that?”