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Looking for food and recipe Android apps? Here are 10 food and recipe apps it’s hard not to love.
I’m a tech geek who loves to cook, bake, create, and grill! Sure, I enjoy tons of other things. I recently decided pull out the old tablet, find a few good food and recipe apps, and stop being a making things more difficult. I have a rule, there is not any. At first I felt a little odd, you know propping my tablet up in the kitchen to help me cook, jam out, and even check an email or two while I’m waiting for something to bake, boil, or whatever. Using a tablet in the kitchen is awesome, and there are all sorts of apps for the kitchen, cooking, and my youngest daughter is a rather good DJ, which makes cooking dinner much more fun.
I recently started using one of the Intel Tablets, which I am extremely happy with. I haven’t use anything other than my Windows tablet in so long, it’s nice to change things up, and find a whole different world of apps, especially the cooking and recipe apps.
I alwasy get so excited this time of year. I noticed there was 2 leaves on the ground yesterday. They fell from our big tree in the front yard, which means it’s going to start cooking down more, I can bake more without making the house 584 degrees, and the holiday give me a reason to make cute cupcakes, lol. Anyway, here are a few awesome food and recipe apps for Android devices.
10 Rocking Food & Recipe Apps for Android Devices
- ZipList – I totally love ZipList! You might have heard of it, it used to be a grocery shopping list organizer website, but not anymore. Over the past few years, they have grown into an awesome recipe organizer, meal planner, shopping tool to help keep us organized, and on track! Love to see this app grow as much as it as, because it’s always been a helpful app.
- PetitChef – Another great cooking and recipe app for your Android device, is PetitChef.
- Dash Diet Cookbook – Most of you know I have dieted for a while now, which has really turned into a lifestyle change and Dash Diet Cookbook app for Android has more than 150 recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert. There are some tasty looking recipes, and you’ll be learning from culinary instructor
- Dash Diet App – Similar to the other Dash Diet apps, but this one puts focus on lowering high blood pressure.
- Dash Diet Plan – So far my favorite thing about the apps is that it gives you a list of foods you should eat over the next 7 days for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even some snacks. It’s a good app, to help keep you heading in the right direction, especially if you are someone who wants to try a diet, but doesn’t know where to start. I would think this would be a great starting point, and who knows you might end up using it longer than planned.
- Dash Diet Plan and Recipes – I know, another one, but these apps are great in my opinion. This one is recommended for those with high blood pressure because it’s rich in fruits and veggies, low non-fat and low-fat dairy, with whole grains, high fiber, and more.. You’ll have to check it out and see if it fits what you and your doctor came up with as far as diet, but I could see it being useful to plenty of people.
- My Cook Book – Learn everything from basic cooking skills to yummy, easy, healthy meals. Another great app, who has talked with top chefs to build their app.
- Food Network – I can’t help it, I love the Food Network on Android too.
- Allrecipes Dinner Spinner Pro – Another one of my favorites. I love that I can scan grocery items with my Intel tablet, and use them to search for recipes and shopping lists.
- Food Builder – Build recipes using more than 10,000 products.
Have you heard about the awesome new Intel Tablets ? I have had a blast using my new ASUS tablet with an Intel Inside®, which is awesome! I am going to admit, it took some getting used to. I have used Windows everything as my primary device I forgot how awesome Android can be. My teenager is Android all the way, and is always telling me I need to make the switch, but I don’t listen lol. Plus, I think we have different devices for different things, I have a Nokia Lumia 2520 with the keyboard setup that I goes with me when I travel anywhere, and the ASUS tablet is the one I grab for everything from a trip to Walgreens, to a trip to Walmart, because it’s small enough to stash away in my handbag.
Back to the awesome Intel-powered tablets that provide faster browsing, easy photo editing, streaming, updating, and more? Oh, and don’t forget about the amazing battery life, which is one of my favorite features. Whether I’m using my Intel tablet to create something in the kitchen, or a snap shots of my family, be sure to follow along. I have played with some GREAT photography apps, snapping shots editing, and my kids have loved the extra camera attention, lol.
If you’re looking for a new tablet, and with the holidays right around the corner be sure to Learn more about Intel Tablets!.
What apps are you using in the kitchen?
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