I have some good news for you! You know how you are always saving recipes here and there, whether it’s via email, Pinterest, or good ol’ printing them out? If you already know about ZipList, I hope you’ll be happy to know I’m their newest partner. And if you’ve never heard of the service, I’m happy to be sharing it with you!
Check out some of the screen shots below. ZipList allows you to save your favorite recipes from various sites across the ‘net, and organize them into categories. You can then make meal plans out of your saved recipes and it will spit out a grocery list with everything you need. Like to save money? You can choose to be alerted about coupons and deals for the items on your list. And you can access it all via any ZipList-partnered site or your mobile device.
To start, click on “recipe box” in my toolbar. If you already have an account, sign in! If not, you’re about to create one for free.
Now, each time you see a recipe you want to save to your ZipList recipe box, simply click the “save” button in the upper right corner of the recipe card. In a quick second, it’s done.
Then hop over to your recipe box to start organizing! All the recipes you’ve saved from different ZipList sites. You can easily tag your recipes into different categories or sort them by source. Speaking of sources, ZipList is already connected with many of my favorites. Big names like Martha Stewart, along with favorite blogs like All Day I Dream About Food, Cookie & Kate, Aggie’s Kitchen, Foodie Crush, Simply Sugar and Gluten Free, and more. And after browsing their list of partners, I definitely discovered a bunch more to love.
So tell me, are you already using ZipList and do you like it? If not do you think you’ll check it out soon?
Note: This is not a sponsored post. I am not paid by ZipList to be a partner though I may receive commissions from advertising in the recipe box feature.