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Cook’n Recipe Organizer Software #Giveaway

One of the best parts about our Brandcation events is getting to discover some of the hottest new products on the market today.  This Brandcation was absolutely the best one yet – with one of my favorite “swag” products being the Cook’n Recipe Organizer software from DVO Enterprises.

As you know I am no chef, and “Learning to Cook After 30″ has proven to be harder than I thought on many occasions.  The Cook’n Recipe Organizer software comes preloaded with 500 of their favorite recipes – most of which even *I* can figure out.  Everything from Appetizers to Entrees – simple to complex recipes.

You can also add your own recipes and create your very own “Cookbook.”  You can completely customize the look and layout, as well as the names of the dishes and categories.  There is even an option to format to print an entire cookbook – complete with index – or save as a pdf to make your own eBook!

The coolest feature though is the “Capture” feature, which lets you grab recipes off the internet, and files them in your Cook’n software to view any time.   You can even adjust the serving size, which is great for those of us who want to eat the amazing food we find online (*cough*PINTEREST*cough*) but still want to focus on portion control.

Cook’n makes Menu Planning a breeze too.  You can drag and drop recipes into the weekly menu planner, and Cook’n will even auto populate a shopping list with the ingredients you need, as well as the combined measurements and even the aisles you can find them on, that you can easily print and take right along with you. Cook’n also syncs with your mobile devices, so you can pull your recipes and shopping lists from literally anywhere.

You can also find recipes based on what you have at home.  Put the ingredients you have on hand into the Search bar, and Cook’n will suggest recipes with the ingredients you have on hand.

To blow your mind even further, Cook’n can analyze the nutritional values based on the ingredients as well.   So let’s say you find a recipe you love, but you want to make it healthier – simply substitute the ingredients inside the recipe, recalculate, and get the new values.  Amazing, right?

I can not possibly think of anything else this software could need to do – besides maybe actually COOKING the food.  DVO has thought of absolutely everything, and  I am SO excited to get to offer one of my readers their very own copy of the Cook’n Recipe Organizer Software!

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Disclaimer: I was given two copies of Cook’n at a recent blog event.  No other compensation was received for this review and I am offering one of my own copies for giveaway.

Comments

  1. I would love to win this! I need help with recipes too, but analyzing the nutritional count is the best. That way I can convert it to Weight Watchers Points and stay on track! This IS very cool SWAG!

  2. Mandatory Entry: These days, I mostly look for recipes from http://www.WeightWatchers.com or WW friendly bloggers.

  3. christal c says:

    I usually use taste of home or recipe.com

  4. Carolsue says:

    Lately, it’s been Pinterest! Love it!

  5. I use different iPad apps for recipes.

  6. I use Recipe.com, the Bisquick site & the Food network site.

  7. food network has good recipies
    pkeintz@gmail.com

  8. I get a lot of recipes from the Kraft site.

    Clenna at aol dot com

  9. lauren knott says:

    I use Food Network or All Recipes.

  10. The thing I use most is Pinterest! Something about those gorgeous photos…..

  11. I enjoy CookingLight.com. I also find recipes through Internet searches. I was about to buy this software. Now I’m going to wait and hope for really good luck with your raffle!

  12. Karen L says:

    Skinnytaste.com

  13. I use it for both Food Network or All Recipes.

  14. Kristy Thiel says:

    Definitely food network. Thanks for hosting!

  15. Paulette Dorland says:

    I use Kraft site or All recipes!!!!

  16. I use cooking light and foodnetwork

  17. Krissie says:

    I find most of my recipes on Pinterest and Allrecipes.com

  18. I get most of my recipes from cooking light or All Recipes.com

  19. Samantha K says:

    I use the American Family website to find recipes.

  20. Miz Vickik says:

    AllRecipes is my favorite, and Saveur has good stuff too!

  21. Tom Shewbridge says:

    For ideas I want my wife to make, food network, or pinterest, some of the things I see on there are amazing!

    medictom@gmail.com

  22. DAMIAN JARREAU says:

    I use the food network.

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