Cookpad: recipes for when creativity is lacking

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta August 15, 2022
Updated 2022/08/15 at 1:46 PM

It presents itself as an application where it is possible to share the pleasure of cooking and the best place to find and also share recipes. Available for Android and iOS, the Cookpad application is an extension of the homonymous website and offers a wide range of alternatives.

When creativity fails, we are saved by this type of platform that offers many options and alternatives.




Those who cook daily are sure to have been faced with a lack of creativity to develop new recipes or give birth to new dishes, however inspired. On the Internet, there are many platforms that guarantee that the options are never lacking.

If, on the one hand, there are universal recipes, with standard ingredients and quantities, on the other hand, there are also those that are adapted to each family, working differently and equally well.

Today, we introduce you to Cookpad, an application with site homonym, which shows recipes added by the users themselves, with the advantage of being, in general, homemade. Thus, you can find more specific and uniquely developed dishes.

Working as a “community of cooks of the day”, users can search for inspirations for their cooking, being motivated to vary and bring different things to life, interact with other users and share their own creations.

Some of the features, such as sharing your own recipes and interacting within the community, require you to create an account. In the search bar, you can search for ingredients, specific recipes and themes that will include a set of associated dishes.

If you don't want to share your recipes, you can explore those of other users and save yours, privately, for later reference.

This homemade recipes application is available for android is for iOS.

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