How does it work?

Watch the video (2 mins). Still have questions? Check out our Tasty Recipes demo.

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"Tasty Recipes is the recipe plugin we had always wanted for Pinch of Yum. This is the most important plugin we have on our blog. We didn't want to mess this up, so we decided to build it ourselves."
Bjork Ostrom / Pinch of Yum

I’m a parenting, family, and marriage blogger and I wanted to feature recipes on my blog from time to time. After exploring different recipe plugins, I decided to try Tasty Recipes as I already use Tasty Pins and am very happy with that plugin. I posted my first recipe a few weeks back and am extremely happy with the way it turned out. You can choose from a number of different formats depending on how you want your recipe to look. I’m extremely happy with these plugins so far and will definitely explore other options through WP Tasty first in the future!

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Sarah Mulligan

Mom Snippets

I am new to blogging and new to WordPress so when I say that Tasty Recipes saved me I am not exaggerating. It would have taken me months to produce my first post and get the same results. Not to mention that there are things that Tasty Recipes takes care of that I know nothing about. It has made the whole process so much easier and the finished posts something I am proud to put out there. I see Tasty Pins and Tasty Links in my future.

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Melissa McCartney

Seafarers Cookbook

What a great way to add recipes to a WP site! I’ve been painstakingly copy/pasting old recipes to get the same formatting every time I create a new one and it’s been painful. No more thanks to WP Tasty!

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Blake Boyd

Relaxed BBQ

I am a noob to blogging but a longtime foodie. Having no clue what I was doing setting everything up, Tasty Recipes was a name often recommend for recipe templates. They are awesome for people new to blogging. They have been patient and friendly with my endless questions/inquiries, following up to make sure things are resolved. And they reach out to their clients for feedback on what they need to add or tweak to improve the user experience. I also LOVE how they have a very strong female presence. That is very refreshing in this day and age, particularly when it comes to programming.

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Carolyn Rauffer

The Old Woman and the Sea

I am redesigning my site after years of neglect, and Tasty Recipes has made the process so much easier. Especially because old recipes from another plugin convert themselves! My favorite part of the plugin is knowing that every time I use it in a post, I’m setting my recipes up for crackerjack SEO.

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Christina Bailey

Edible Times

I am brand new to food blogging, and I have so much to learn. I really appreciate that with WP Tasty, I can create professional looking recipes with almost no experience. I love that it feels very personal, and the support team is so responsive and kind. The recipe card designs are unique and look great in the blog. I am also using the Tasty Links plugin to link to all the products that I recommend. Thank you for creating such a user friendly product! It is well worth the cost, and I highly recommend!

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Katelyn

Tastes Just Like A Memory

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Themes

Tasty Recipes comes with 5 beautiful themes to choose from.

The Fresh recipe card theme, with a modern vibe

Fresh Theme

The Bold recipe card theme, with blocky and colorful feel (shown with slate grey)

Bold Theme

The Simple recipe card theme, with minimal styling

Simple Theme

The Elegant recipe card theme, with a classic vibe

Elegant Theme

The Modern Compact recipe card theme, with a side-by-side compact layout

Modern Compact Theme

Common Questions

  • Does Tasty Recipes include schema markup?

    Yep! Tasty Recipes uses JSON-LD, which is supported by both Pinterest and Google.

  • What is schema markup?

    Schema is a type of code that makes it easier for search engines to understand what your content is about.

  • Does Tasty Recipes work with Pinterest Rich Pins?

    Yep! Pinterest supports the use of JSON-LD to create rich pins. Tasty Recipes includes the necessary markup.

  • Will Tasty Recipes make my blog appear higher in search engines?

    Having a properly marked up recipe for your food blog really helps, but there are lots of other factors that go into performance on search engines.

  • How much does Tasty Recipes cost?

    Tasty Recipes is $79 per year. If you decide not to renew, the plugin will still work, but you won't get any updates. If you have more than one site, we also offer the option to purchase multiple site licenses at a discount.

  • Is there a free version of Tasty Recipes?

    There's not. We wanted to build a plugin that was built well and supported well, and both of those things come at a cost that made a free version prohibitive in the long run.

  • Can you convert recipes from my existing plugin?

    We currently support conversion from EasyRecipe, Ziplist, Meal Planner Pro, Yumprint Recipe Card, WP Recipe Maker, WP Ultimate Recipe, Cookbook, and Yummly Rich Recipes. We'll build other converters based on demand, so let us know if you are interested in converting from another plugin.

  • What does Tasty Recipes look like on a live site?

    The Tasty Recipes display is extremely flexible. You can see some examples of what Tasty Recipes can look like on a live site here or checkout the check out the Tasty Recipes demo.

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