Are you a food blogger or chef with a WordPress site who wants to add recipe cards for your delicious recipes?

It's super easy to add recipe cards in WordPress, and they make your recipes look beautiful and show up in search results

Not all WP recipe makers are “baked to perfection,” though. So, we’ll show you how to create a recipe template to make your recipes simply stunning.

Take a look 👇

Add recipe cards in WordPress

What is a WordPress recipe card plugin? 

A recipe card plugin transforms your recipe ingredients list and directions into a recipe card that is SEO-optimized and reader-friendly.

That may sound like a lot of mumbo jumbo, but it really just means that your recipes are enhanced specifically for search engines.

This makes it so that more readers can find your delicious recipes! 

Reasons to use recipe cards on your site

Using recipe card templates for WordPress saves you time because you don’t have to code anything.

You can provide your readers with advanced features that otherwise would require an experienced developer.

What are those advanced features? 

  • ⚒️ Built-in tools that change the service size, ingredients, and nutritional data
  • ✍️ The ability to save, share, and comment on recipes
  • 🔍 Search options that make it easy for visitors to find exactly what they’re looking for
  • 🚀 Updates that increase the functionality of your plugin
  • 🛒 Cook Mode (for hands-free cooking) and Instacart (for shoppable recipes) 

You’ll also get printable templates that are mobile friendly, Pinterest and social media integration to encourage social shares, and the option to monetize your website with affiliate links. 

So how do you know which is the best WordPress recipe plugin?

Here's a great one: Tasty Recipes. How do we know it's great? We made it!

We designed this plugin to offer all the above capabilities in just one purchase, which saves you from having to buy multiple add-ons. 

Ready to have brilliant, easy-to-follow recipe content on your site? 

In this tutorial, we’re going to teach you how to add recipe cards to WordPress using a recipe plugin for WordPress that will match what you’re looking for.

How to add a recipe card in WordPress

Now you may have wondered, “How do I make a recipe card for my website?” 🤔

Whether you’re new to blogging or an experienced user, this guide will provide all the information you need to get started.

  1. Install and activate the WP Tasty Recipes Plugin
  2. Add recipe details
  3. Publish your recipe card

Step 1: Install & activate the WP Tasty recipes plugin 

First, head on over to our pricing page and get Tasty Recipes. Then install the plugin ZIP file to your WordPress site and click the Activate Plugin button. 

It’s that simple!

Step 2: Add recipe details

Now that you've added the Tasty Recipes plugin to your website, making a custom recipe card is a breeze. 

1. Open your post, click the (+) button in the block editor to add a new block, search for “Tasty” and select the “Tasty Recipe” block that appears.

recipe card block

2. Now that you’ve added the recipe card block, you can start entering your recipe details — add ingredients, instructions, prep time/cook time/total time, serving size, nutritional information, etc. 

Step 3: Publish your recipe card

The final step is publishing your recipe card. If you’d like, you can preview your recipe on the post editor page (or on your site after you click Preview).

Side note: you can customize design elements such as the color of your recipe text, the background color of your recipe card, button colors, and more. You can choose measurement conversions to be set and allow for metric to standard conversions as well.

Check out this live demo of the Tasty Recipe plugin template in action for some inspiration. Whatever you choose, customizing your recipe card will ensure it looks like a perfect fit on your site.

See these Tasty examples

If you’re looking to see what a Tasty recipe card plugin looks like on a live WordPress food blog, check out Hilah Cooking as an example of the Tasty Recipes plugin with no extra styling. Pinch of Yum is an example of a blog that uses full custom styling of our plugin to match the site.

As you can see, Tasty Recipes works with any WordPress food blog theme. All your nutrition facts are organized, schema markup is taken care of, and there’s even a print button that ensures your recipes look just as good on paper as they do online.

Just like you would expect from any pro version, Tasty Recipes creates rich snippets that make your recipes stand out in search results. 

WP Tasty: your food blog’s new best friend

If you’re a food blogger looking for an easy, convenient way to add recipe cards to your WordPress site,

Tasty Recipes is the perfect solution. ✨

It’s simple to use, boosts the SEO of each and every recipe, and offers plenty of options for customizing the design of your recipe cards. 

WP Tasty truly puts your readers first by providing cool features like:

  • A “Jump to Recipe” shortcut
  • Ingredient checkboxes
  • Enhanced recipe reviews
  • Recipe scaling
  • Share, Print, and Save buttons
  • And so much more!

We've made it simple to use the Tasty Recipes WordPress plugin. But if you need any help, you’ll have unlimited customer support from our dedicated team!

Plus, if you already have published recipes and want to convert them to the Tasty Recipes plugin, check out this step-by-step guide.

Everything you need to succeed

And there you have it – a complete guide on how to add recipe cards to WordPress using the Tasty Recipes plugin.

With a 14-day money-back guarantee, you can give it a try today and start creating spectacular recipes that are sure to draw readers in! 👀

Looking for more food blogging tips?

You can start by creating a recipe index in WordPress. It's a useful way to organize all your recipes in one place and satisfy hungry audiences.

Plus, if you want to have more ways to boost your number of visitors, WP Tasty also offers Tasty Roundups, Tasty Links, and Tasty Pins to help your food blog soar!

With enough visitors, you can monetize your food blog and take it even further as a recipe membership site.