I love browsing recipes. I used to collect old recipe books and flip though them periodically. In particular, I loved the ones that were published by a community association like a church or garden club. These were “tried and true” recipes that an average cook like me could attempt with success. That feeling of “I found a new recipe I want to try” is the best!
Searching the Internet for recipes can be overwhelming. Why can’t I find the one I saw just the other day? Which one should I try? Will it fit my health requirements? Why don’t they publish the nutrition facts? Now I bypass all that “noise” and rely on my DinnerTime Recipe Box. It’s easy to search, and I get all the information I need. I can save a recipe for later or add it to my meal plan. Plus, knowing that DinnerTime is constantly adding new curated and highly rated recipes excites me.
On your computer, hover over or click on RECIPES in the top navigation bar, and click on Recipe Search. On your phone, click on RECIPE BOX in main menu, or on RECIPES in the navigation bar.
To find the recipes that delight you:
Note the nutritional values associated with each recipe, and the green, yellow and red buttons indicating if the recipe falls within your nutritional parameters, allergies and religious or cultural restrictions. Remember, this indication is only for that particular recipe, not the whole meal.
Click on the title of the recipe to view the ingredients and instructions which will open in a new tab.
Add a recipe to your Favorites Recipe Box by clicking the heart to the right of the recipe. DinnerTime will create a Favorites Profile once you have added 10 or more favorites!
Add a recipe to your meal plan by clicking the calendar icon. It will automatically scale to your preferred number of servings.
Do you have favorite recipes from your own cookbooks? Send us your recipes and we will add them to your Favorites.
Remember to rate recipes, and “favorite” them to your recipe box.