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We've all been there. You run across a recipe that looks so tantalizing it makes you want to drop your laptop right then and there and make a beeline to the kitchen. Except, when you go back later to actually make the recipe, you can't find it anywhere (read: your culinary hopes and dreams are crushed).
To remedy this situation, we've rounded up some of our favorite recipe-saving websites and apps that will make your life easier. (Outside of our snazzy new recipe colelctions, of course.) Rest assured that when your best friend's birthday rolls around, that recipe for triple chocolate cake will be right where you left it.
Yummly aims to connect home cooks with the best recipes -- from everywhere. Compile and organize your favorites, share them to social with the click of a button, or get lost in their database of over 500,000 recipes. Go ahead, search every recipe in the world.
This free tool allows users to upload their own recipes, create shopping lists, and meal plan all in one place. And, the availability of an iPhone or Android app means paper lists are a thing of the past.
Foodie has managed to create a community of food enthusiasts; it's a place to share favorite recipes, top restaurants, and food news all at once. We love how simple it is to curate your own visually-based collections of recipes and restaurants to try. We've just signed up -- you should too.
This app requires a one-time fee, but it's a small price to pay for the unparalleled functionality. On top of saving any recipe on the web, it will sort your grocery lists by aisle, and consolidate similar ingredients. It will also appeal to the technologically-inclined -- you can easily sync all of your devices, so your recipes are always with you.
Recipes are only a fraction of what Pinterest curates, but the site makes it easy to save your favorites from around the web, and keep them sorted in one, easily accessible place. Which means: less searching, more cooking.
We like MyRecipes for its straightforward features, and the fact that you can easily browse recipes from your favorite magazines, like Food & Wine and Real Simple, without ever switching tabs.
7. Eat Your Books
This site is like your kitchen bookshelf, only virtual and searchable. Add your favorite cookbooks to your Eat Your Books shelf, and then bookmark the recipes you're most excited about. When you're ready, they'll all be waiting in one place.
Have a favorite recipe-saving site that we didn't cover? Tell us in the comments!
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