Many of us have been collecting recipes for years. We’ve bookmarked our favorite blogs, our shelves are lined with recipe books, and PDF and Word files fill our hard drives. Plan to Eat is an online recipe organizer that takes all of your recipes and puts them into one place where you can plan, cook, and share them anywhere on any device.
Your bookmark tool goes with you wherever you find your online recipes. Add recipes to your Plan to Eat account by installing the bookmark tool into your favorite browser with a simple drag-and-drop. Whenever you find a recipe, press the bookmark tool to bring that recipe into your Plan to Eat account.
You can also use Plan to Eat’s built in search bar to find the recipe you are looking for. Do a search like you would on Google, find a recipe listed that you like, press the Import Recipe button, and it will be brought into your Plan to Eat account.
The web is huge with countless recipes. Some of them are perfectly suited to your cooking preferences... and many are not. By putting them all at your fingertips using Plan to Eat’s bookmark tool or search bar you decide what is perfect for you and your meal plan.
The family classics are not forgotten. Plan to Eat also allows you to input recipes by hand when they don’t exist in a digital format. The Bulk Input feature allows for easy input of directions and ingredients to cut down on data entry time.
Have a favorite? Give it a rating of 5 stars. Looking for your waffle recipe? Set your Course pull-down menu to “Breakfast” and you’ll find it. Categorize all of your recipes by adding a Rating, Course, Cuisine, or Tags.
The recipe organization tools are designed for you to customize and arrange your recipes to your preferences. Find the recipes in your collection by searching based on any keyword. Filter your recipes by ingredients, tags or how often you’ve planned them. Sort your recipes to view them listed in a particular order.
Finding your recipes in your online recipe organizer is easy with Plan to Eat, regardless of how organized (or not) you are in the kitchen.
Photos can be imported or added to any recipe making it easier to plan and organize visually.
Each recipe has a field for the number of servings that it makes. By adjusting this number, all of the ingredients in the recipe are automatically scaled without you doing any math.
Every recipe is completely editable to your tastes. Adjust ingredients and directions however you would like.
Track the calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, sugar, carbohydrates, fiber, or protein in any recipe. By viewing this information on the menu planner you can see totals for the day, making you aware of what you need to adjust.
We’ve all been there — you stumble onto a new blog and discover a slew of tasty recipes that end up in your Pinterest account... and are quickly forgotten.
The Planning Queue in Plan to Eat will give you a place to put those recipes so that you remember how excited you are about them. Simply place the recipe in the Planning Queue when you are importing and this will be your gentle nudge to put the recipe on your menu planner when you are planning.
“I have so many folders in my e-mails with recipes from blogs that I filed in folders and never had the time to look at again. (Plan to Eat) is so organized and easy to use. I have been trying for years to organize my recipes. I just bought two file organizers from the container store with tons folders and a label maker. By the time I was done it was almost $100. Where are they? Still waiting to have me finish organizing all of my recipes. This is so much quicker to access and organize...This will make my life so much easier.”
Plan to Eat is an online menu planner that uses your recipes, scheduled for the days you want them. It automatically makes your grocery list, organized the way you like to shop, using the recipes you’ve selected. Plan to Eat makes it easier to eat real food, prepared at home, with your family gathered around your own table.
You are invited to a free, 30 day, full-service, no strings attached trial.
No payment information is required and your feedback is welcome.
At the end of the trial you can subscribe for $4.95/month or $39/year.