websites for recipe ideas?

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  • beckerinstl
    beckerinstl Posts: 1 Member
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    allrecipies
    tasty
    yummly
    noom when i was on it but can't access once quit lol
    skinnytaste
    have a bunch others that i get like one out of and then move on
  • animalMa71
    animalMa71 Posts: 17 Member
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    Thank you, EVERYONE, for all the new site ideas.
  • callsitlikeiseeit
    callsitlikeiseeit Posts: 8,627 Member
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    i use pinterest to find and store most of my recipes. i hate the bloggers that want to tell me their life story before every recipe, but I tune it all out now and scroll right to the recipe and many have a 'jump to recipe' link, which is nice.
  • cbihatt
    cbihatt Posts: 319 Member
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    When I need a recipe for something I tend to use a search engine and then browse a few recipes to see which one sounds both yummy and easy to make.

    That said, I do like this one:
    simplyrecipes.com

    This is where I found the best banana bread recipe in the world. It’s delicious and one of the easiest things to make because the ingredients are things you most likely already have and there are no special tools required, just a wooden spoon for mixing.
  • Alliebaba510
    Alliebaba510 Posts: 5 Member
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    I recently got a Ninja Foodi and I’m using it almost everyday to make meals healthier. I tend to look up Ninja Foodi recipes. Another site I use which I don’t think is listed above is JustAPinch.com. Tons of recipes and many are low calorie or low carb.
  • mcgeepeezy
    mcgeepeezy Posts: 3 Member
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    Recently ive been really into Keto and hybrid keto recipes and foods this is one of my favorite recipe books https://bit.ly/3pe34ZC
  • hangryhamster
    hangryhamster Posts: 8 Member
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    https://www.healthymealplans.com/

    I like this site because I can narrow the search to meet my family's dietary restrictions, and it also allows you to build a weekly menu.
  • losinknit
    losinknit Posts: 2 Member
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    https://kalynskitchen.com

    Encyclopedic. Searchable by diet type. Can also be searched by ingredient–handy when you have stuff that needs to be used up. Recipes include nutritional information.
  • LovenOutdoors1
    LovenOutdoors1 Posts: 15 Member
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    BBC Good Food is brilliant https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/
  • goldengirl111
    goldengirl111 Posts: 684 Member
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    isyvanek wrote: »
    I use allrecipes.com and pioneer woman to name a couple. There are a couple of great blogs out there too.

    Allrecipes tends to lock up my computer...but the recipes always seem delicious.
  • KIRBYA2Z
    KIRBYA2Z Posts: 4 Member
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    goldengirl1111, the problem I have with AllRecipes is that the shopping list doesn't work. So, I just look at recipes on it.
  • tfuller91
    tfuller91 Posts: 1 Member
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    I use pinterest, but if you're more of a visual learner, I have also been watching TikToks of recipes.

  • samathes
    samathes Posts: 55 Member
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    Pinterest is my big go to, but also
    www.skinnytaste.com
    www.emilybites.com
    www.twopeasandtheirpod.com
  • pamperedlinny
    pamperedlinny Posts: 1,572 Member
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    alldayidreamaboutfood.com
    www.hungry-girl.com
    www.skinnytaste.com
    www.eatingwell.com
    www.wholesomeyum.com
    www.curiouscuisiniere.com - not always "healthified" but great recipes for worldwide cuisine
    I also write my own recipes and post them on pamperedlinny.wixsite.com/coffee-required
  • Megan_smartiepants1970
    Megan_smartiepants1970 Posts: 40,084 Member
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    Since I am keto ... I use wholesomeyum.com and her cookbooks ... I use ketopots.com....ruled.me.com...dietdoctor.com and Ibreatheimhungry.com