Do you have a huge book of recipes sitting somewhere in your kitchen with notes, loose pieces of paper, jotted recipes or alterations in the corners of the pages? You don’t have to get rid of that book! But there’s an alternative that will likely make your recipe-keeping efforts a whole lot easier! I have recently added a new button to my blog; it’s the Yum button. In fact, you can find many of my recipes online at Yummly, by clicking on the CopyKat.com Yum Page.
Ever used Yummly? It’s one of the best and most modern ways to keep your recipes safe and to share them with everyone else at the same time. Along with that, you can find new, awesome recipes and alternatives to the same old’s that you know you’ve got stored in that big recipe book somewhere.
Yummly is so easy, it only takes one try to get it right. You can publish your own recipes, find new recipes, give cooking/baking tips and more! One of the most convenient new features being offered by most online companies these days is the ability to sign in by using your social media site of choices, such as Facebook or Twitter. Using a social media account makes it so much easier because you don’t have to remember a bunch of different passwords. Just one click and you’re in! It’s just like that with Yummly.
If you are on a desktop or a tablet, the ‘Yum’ button is to the left of the recipe, and you just click the ‘Yum’ button and save the recipe to your profile. If you are on a phone, the ‘Yum’ button is above the recipe.
Yummly isn’t just personal recipes loaded to the site, it draws from many other recipe sites, as well, like CopyKat.com, Food Network, AllRecipes, Epicurious, and others. You will be able to configure the recipes to what you prefer, such as the ingredients, courses, time, price, nutritional value, allergies and more. You can set your favorites up manually or choose the FoodFinder to find new recipes for you based on preferences like “no salt”, “gluten-free” or “sugarless.”
Once you add your recipes to your page, you can alter them if they don’t have the right ingredients or there’s something else incorrect. You can become your publisher of recipes while continually adding more favorites to your own personal recipe box, just by clicking the “Yum” button.
You don’t have to keep Yummly to yourself. In fact, what better way to share your recipes with people who will enjoy them than to find “Tastebuds” on Yummly. “Tastebuds” refers to the new friends you will make who share the same tastes and preferences. Maybe you’ll meet a couple new friends who are on the same gluten-free or low-sodium diet and they end up providing you with some of the most delicious recipes you’ve ever tasted. If you joined via your Facebook account, chances are you have friends who are also using Yummly or should be. What a great way to direct people to your page of recipes and find out if they share your preferences?
That’s the purpose of Yummly. A simple, easy way to find and share delicious recipes with strangers and friends alike. It will quickly become one of your favorite sites to visit, especially if you’re on a diet, and you don’t want to keep eating the same meals over and over. There are thousands of recipes to choose from, and Yummly makes it easy with search buttons and easy navigation. Check it out today!