Testimonials & Reviews

Finally! A plugin that easily allows you to write great image descriptions for Pinterest and SEO – and it’s easy to use! I felt like I was always struggling to balance the two before, and therefore, not doing either particularly well. Tasty Pins makes it so easy to write great descriptive text for both, providing a great framework for growing bloggers!

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Meg Hemmelgarn

Green With Decor

I’m loving my Tasty Recipe plugin! There are so many options out there and as a new-ish food blogger its hard to know what is best-Tasty Recipes to the rescue! THANK YOU!!!

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Sam Adler

Frosting and Fettuccine

I just recently purchased Tasty Pins. My husband is a computer engineer and does most of my website maintenance/plug-in installations for me (so I don’t screw things up-as I can be prone to do). I really wanted this plugin immediately but I didn’t want to have to wait for him so I did the research, purchased it and downloaded it myself. It was super easy! I have to say I was so impressed with Tasty Pins and myself! It’s a great plugin and super easy to add the Pinterest descriptions. I highly recommend it!

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Amy Lawrence

Gourmet Done Skinny

Tasty Pins solved one of my biggest Pinterest issues with just the press of a button, and it works beautifully! Since installing it, I have worked hard to create better Pin descriptions in the dedicated field, and use the alt text field to optimize my images for Google. What a brilliant solution!

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Tara Schatz

Back Road Ramblers

I’m super happy with Tasty Recipes, finally I can display my recipes in an easy way for my readers. I’ve used it for a couple of weeks and my organic traffic has already grown a lot. I’m a Brazilian blogger and I feel that with Tasty Recipes my blog features more 1st pages in Google. I have all the support that I need to grow and get all the way to the top. Thank you so much for changing my way of blogging!

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Susan Martha Breier

Amor Pela Comida

This plugin is a MUST HAVE. It is making my SEO life so much easier, as I’m now able to please both Google and Pinterest much more easily. LOVE it! Thanks so much!

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Chrissy Halton

Organise My House

Tasty Recipes is amazing. It’s also a really reasonable price!! Lindsay and Bjork are genuinely kind people who have built their businesses from the heart and I am honored to support them by using Tasty Recipes and being a Food Blogger Pro member (their food blogging online community and learning space). Can’t say enough good things about them and this plugin!

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Madison Surdyke

Sunny Thymes

I’m SO happy that I came across the Tasty Pins plug-in! I had so much much trouble with hiding images and SEO before I started using Tasty Pins, like seriously struggled! Since I started using the plug-in 30 days ago, my average monthly Pinterest viewers have gone up 11% and my average monthly engaged Pinterest users have gone up 21%. It has been amazing considering it’s a “slow” time of year for Pinterest (Feb-Mar). I’m a newbie blogger so I LOVE that Tasty Pins is SO easy to use! I would recommend it to anyone wanting to up their Pinterest game.

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Amy Malcolm

Your Stay at Home Mom

Finally! We had been doing this in the HTML text editor which is soooo time consuming and prone to errors. This plugin saves at least 20 minutes loading a post and we know it is set up correctly. Thanks so much!

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Elizabeth

Compass and Fork

Tasty Pins has been a great addition to my blog. I only recently worked out the importance of a presence on Pinterest and the Tasty Pins plugin has made it easier to use rich pins and to better customise my food photographs. It’s easy to install and easy to use. I happily recommend Tasty Pins.

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Gary Lum

Yummy Lummy

When I decided it was time to start growing my Pinterest account, I knew I needed help. I also knew the people behind Tasty Pins would offer a product thoughtfully designed to get the most out of my effort. I also knew their product would be easy to use and fully supported. All of this has proven true, and setting my blog posts up for the most effective pinning couldn’t be any easier. I’m especially fond of “disable pinning” function. So smart!

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Emily Wilson

The Craveable Kitchen

Tasty Pins has been such a HUGE timesaver! I have been working feverishly to get my Pinterest account back in action and had gobs of images to update and re-pin. This plugin has allowed me to basically do everything I need to do all in one place. If I want to disable pinning on product images, I can do that with one click instead of adding long code. I can easily have a different ALT text and Pin description and it is all manageable in one spot. Love this plugin and would be lost without it!

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Jennifer Saleem

Hybrid Rasta Mama

Oh, for the love of Pinterest! I adore my Tasty Pins plugin. What a time saver. I write detailed quilting/sewing tutorials which have lots of images. Before, I was adding a “no pin” code to all of the detail images that I didn’t want pinned. This code would occasionally get stripped out and I’d have to go back in and re-add the code. Now, all I have to do is tick a little box!

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Leslie Rutland

The Seasoned Homemaker

I have been blogging for 5 years and Pinterest is one of my top sources of traffic. Tasty Pins has allowed me to add the needed sizes and description for my Pinterest pins. By offering the ability to choose my preferred image, descriptions and hide my pin if desired I am able to closely monitor and control the information being chosen. Tasty Pins is a must-have to supplement my SEO and social media plugins for the best user experience and optimal Pinterest participation.

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Marilyn Lesniak

Marilyn Lesniak

I love how quickly and easily I can put my Pinterest description in my chosen image and disallow pinning of the images I don’t want to be pinned.

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Angie Sherbondy

Best PowerPoints for Spanish and French

My traffic (and income) has more than doubled since I began optimizing posts for SEO. Tasty Pins is one more tool in my toolbox that has helped me optimize for both Google and Pinterest at the same time. It has so many useful features that are saving me a ton of time! I like being able to disable pinning on certain images. This feature puts me in control of the images that appear on Pinterest.

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Elaine Nessman

Flavour and Savour

I love that I have the option to convert my recipes one at a time or in a single batch. Everything about Tasty Recipes is so easy to customize; it’s very user friendly!

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Lois Britton

Polish Housewife

As a non-techy person, I was hesitant to try out the new Tasty Pins feature on my blog. Reluctantly, I gave it a shot and am so grateful I did!! Tasty Pins made it so simple. I love that immediately upon logging onto their site, I am asked if I have any questions–great service! I also love that adding text to Pinterest on my blog is now done in the correct format and they made it so very easy. Best feature I’ve ever added to my blog posts!!

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Nicole Nigg

Repurpose Life

I just recently started using Tasty Pins on my blog, Eat Chic Chicago, and I’m loving it! I no longer have to choose between optimizing the alt text and pin description for each of my post images. I also love that I can easily add a hidden image without having to go into my HTML code to do so. The tutorials for how to use Tasty Pins were great in helping me hit the ground running and guiding me to think strategically about the text I use for alt text and Pinterest text for SEO – thanks for making this so easy guys!

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Amari Thomsen

Eat Chic Chicago

Thank you Tasty Pins!

I’ve been curious/concerned about my long Pinterest descriptions in alt text for a while and wasn’t sure if that was the correct way to go about things. So thank you for the education and the simple solution!

Although I just started implementing Tasty Pins, I’m so excited about this plugin and have been telling every blogger I know to get it!

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Randa Derkson

The Bewitchin' Kitchen

I love the Tasty Pins plugin! I was really confused about how to make sure that our Pinterest description was used and not our alt text. This plugin made it a no-brainer for me. Now, I don’t have to worry about it and it does all the back-end work for me. Love it!

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Kristen Horst

HeroFIT Family

As any website manager knows any plug in that makes your life easier and increases your traffic is a winner. And Tasty Pins does both beautifully. Finally not having to decide between SEO or making sensible descriptions for Pinterest on our images has been a huge relief and ensures any images pinned directily from our site are maximizing our chances at direct traffic to our site.

And we LOVE the fact that the Pin button shows up only on hover – so that the feel and look of our home page, or post or recipe isn’t cluttered with red Pins- but it is conveniently there when the user wants to pin.

Truly one of the best plug-in purchases we’ve made.

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Robin Jaffin & Dede Wilson

FODMAP Everyday

We’re just entering the Pinterest game —but knew right away the Tasty Pins plugin was a hit. AND was super easy for this fifty something tech challenged blogger. If you are interested in upping your Pinterest game, this plugin makes it super simple to share custom pins without making your post look awkward or over-promoted.

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Nina Bandoni

Sharing A Journey

I’m digging the Tasty Pins plugin. It was so easy to set up and now it’s saving me a ton of time adding Pinterest descriptions to my images.

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Sandra Foyt

Getaway Mavena

Tasty Pins is exactly the plugin I needed to optimize my images for Pinterest without compromising SEO. I’d love to get at least as much traffic from search engines as I get from Pinterest, and this plugin is definitely starting to move the needle. The Tasty Pins plugin is easily going to pay for itself in increased revenue from search traffic. Definitely worth the investment!

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Mary Jane Duford

Home for the Harvest

Using Tasty Pins has been fantastic! Organic search accounts for nearly 60% of our traffic so most of the content on our site is optimized exclusively for search. This posed a problem with Pinterest since our alt-text didn’t make for very appealing Pinterest descriptions. Tasty Pins has been the perfect solution! Now we have great Pinterest descriptions and great alt text. Our Pinterest traffic is already improving after just a short time using Tasty Pins. It’s definitely a must have for any blogger or website optimizing for search and Pinterest!

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Cassidy Tuttle

Succulents and Sunshine

This is so good, it’s easy to use! This helps us have one less thing to worry about with blogging. Thanks for making our lives easier.

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Rhonda Hallstrom

Hallstrom Home

As a new blogger, I quickly realized my content has to stand out and reach a audience. I discovered that Pinterest was an immense search engine that drove the most traffic to the major bloggers. Tasty Pins has been critical in implementing my Pinterest SEO strategy. I can write separate alt text and Pinterest text to optimize my pins for both Google and Pinterest search. My new pins since implementing Tasty Pins have received more engagement and viewing.

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Chinedu Chiana

Smart Long Term Investor

We recently overhauled our website with the goal of making it not only beautiful and easy to use but to make it a lean and mean SEO machine. Switching from our old recipe plugin to Tasty Recipes was something we were nervous about doing, especially given how many recipes we have on our site. The thought of having to manually update each recipe if the bulk import didn’t go smoothly was overwhelming. Thankfully our fears were completely unfounded! The bulk import feature worked like a charm and in just minutes all of our recipes were perfectly formatted and looked stunning on our site. We also love how easy Tasty Recipes is to use and from an SEO standpoint, the fact that it uses JSON-LD structured data to improve searchability.

Overall we’re thrilled with Tasty Recipes and would recommend it to everyone looking to improve their SEO (and look good while doing so!).

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Jessica Beacom & Stacie Hassing

The Real Food Dietitians

The Tasty Pins plugin has saved me so much time in adding Pinterest descriptions without having to go into the HTML code! Having the Pinterest text box available also acts as a quick reminder so I don’t ever accidentally leave my description blank. I’ll be recommending this plugin to all my friends and clients!

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Sarah Renae Clark

Sarah Renae Clark

Pinterest is my number one source of traffic, so prioritizing it on my site is vital. At the same time, we all want to do the best we can with all the SEO algorithms. I needed an effortless way to accomplish both goals at the same time and the Tasty Pins plugin allows me to do just that.

It’s easy to enhance old pages and takes no time at all to optimize new posts for both Pinterest and SEO.

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Megan MacNee

Traveling Nine to Fiver

I’ve been really trying to build the blog for the last few months and I knew that SEO was going to be a major part of that. When I heard that Tasty Pins was created I was definitely interested. Then I heard the FBP podcast with Casey Markee and bought the plugin before the podcast had even finished. One of my favourite features is the Pin image selection ability. It’s an awesome plugin!

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Debs Thompson

Salted Mint

I’ve been using Tasty Pins for about 3 weeks now and I love it thus far! Entering a Pinterest description is so easy now and I do believe it’s helped my traffic. I love that I can disable pinning on certain pictures which prevents those pictures from showing up in the choices of images available for pinning.

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Lynette Fitzgerald

The Grain-Free Kitchen

Tasty Pins is the answer to the universal food blogging conundrum: optimize photos for SEO or optimize photos for Pinterest? Now you don’t have to choose because Tasty Pins makes it easy by allowing you to do both! An easy, lightweight plugin that makes it easy to take your food blogging another step further. Problem solved!

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Kristina Todini

Fork in the Road

Tasty Pins, where have you been all my blogging life? Such a time-saver! Being able to easily choose a hidden image for Pinterest is sooooo much easier than cutting and pasting code. Also, I’m thrilled that Tasty Pins lets me do alt text properly, yet still include a Pinterest-optimized description. Woot!

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Barbara Spanjers

Cake Is Magical Wellness

As a new blogger, Tasty Recipes has been a great addition to my blog. From the easy installation to the great customer service I cannot say enough about this awesome plug in.

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Carla Cohen

Crazy Inspired Life

The Tasty Pins plugin is *so* powerful and useful for food bloggers; from separating my Pinterest description/Alt Text to having the option of making specific images unpinnable, this is a plugin that I know I can continue to count on. I really appreciate that the plugin is constantly updated to include features based on user feedback. Thanks for everything!

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Ann Nguyen

Bake du Jour

I’m new to the blogging world and often feel overwhelmed by all there is to learn. Writing recipes and trying to make them look nice on the blog was one of those moments. Another blogger suggested I try the Tasty Recipes plugin and it was the answer to my prayers! Why is it so great? Because it’s so easy and slick to fill out, I can bold and separate sections in my recipes to make them more clear, I can add links within the recipe, and best of all – I could easily customize it with a look that I loved. Hands down the best recipe plugin I’ve ever used!

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Marci Buttars

TIDBITS

Tasty Recipes was easy to install; the migration of recipes from my old plugin was seamless; the templates are beautiful and customizable (I chose “Elegant”), support is great. I’m so happy with Tasty Recipes. If you’re a food blogger looking for the ultimate recipe plugin I highly recommend Tasty Recipes.

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Lisa Goldfinger

Panning The Globe

Like most people, I had a terrible experience with a recipe plugin. After letting it expire, I spent an entire year unsure of what to do next. I was terrified of having another bad experience, and the process of switching all of my recipes over to a new plugin. After hearing about Tasty Recipes, I decided it was time to move forward. Had I known it was going to be so easy, I would have done it a long time ago! With the click of a button (literally), my previous issues were erased, and I had beautifully formatted recipes that coordinated with my site. As a working mom, being able to accomplish so much in ONE naptime was thrilling. Thank you!

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Noelle Tarr

Coconuts and Kettlebells

I have been concentrating on growing my website following over the last year. Through listening to Bjork and the Food Blogger Pro Podcast, I have learned so much about SEO and valuable plugins to use to increase your social media presence on outlets like Pinterest. Using this plugin I was able to easily add Pinterest text to my image descriptions. Within a week I have noticed a big increase in followings on Pinterest. I have loved using this plugin!!

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Mollie Tunitsky

FitFabFODMAP

It was incredibly important to me to find a plugin that made it easy for users to access my recipes, whether they wanted to print, or just to read more easily on their phones. It was also critical that we found a plugin that had schema markup locked down tight so that we didn’t have to worry about what was or wasn’t going to show up in Google’s search results. The ease of use of Tasty Recipes is an added bonus and we couldn’t be happier with the support.

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Morgan Crutchfield

Off the Rails

This came at the perfect time! I’m just starting to dive into SEO. Before, I didn’t care too much about what the alt tag said, I only cared about the Pinterest description. Then this email about Tasty Pins landed in my inbox and solved the problem before I even had a chance to worry about it too much! It works great and gives me everything I need for Pinterest and SEO. Thanks guys!

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Karen

The Food Charlatan

Pinterest is essential for driving traffic to my blog. It was also my downfall. You can imagine my excitement when Tasty Pins was created! I love, love this plug in. It has been one of the best investments I have made. It is so easy to use. Once you upload a photo to your media file everything you need to create an awesome Pinnable image is right there. It is a great time saver!

When you purchase this plugin, you will receive two tutorials. One focuses on writing great Pinterest descriptions and the other is on Alt Tags. (I needed help on both of those areas.)

Don’t waste any time. Purchase Tasty Pins today! Your blog will thank you! 🙂

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Bridget Towery

Baking with Bridget

The Tasty Pins plugin is really easy to use and it’s very helpful. Using it means that my images are optimized for SEO with proper alt text, making them accessible, and also the optimizes those same images for Pinterest. It’s a win-win in a super user-friendly package!

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Julia

Imagelicious

This plug in is excellent! I’ve been blogging for a year and working really diligently on building traffic. I know how important optimizing for SEO is, and I also know how important using the right keywords for Pinterest is! Until this plug in, I always felt conflicted for which I should do! With this plugin, I can do BOTH so easily. I feel like I’m building a strong foundation for future success, and I’m thankful for this easy-to-use plugin to help me get there!

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Cynthia Markova

Home Beautifully

Tasty Pins has made optimizing my images for both SEO and Pinterest infinitely easier! Before I was hand coding a lot of the data, so WP Tasty has saved me loads of time already — and time equals money. I especially love the option to hide a Pinterest-specific image.

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Tara Kuczykowski

Unsophisticook

Tasty Pins makes setting a Pinterest description so easy!

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Danielle Leonard

The Frugal Navy Wife

I am loving the Tasty Pins plugin. I love that it enables me to optimize for both Pinterest and Google at the same time. I am also a huge fan of the feature that enables me to quickly and easily hide Pinterest-specific images. I was doing this before with coding, but it was such a hassle. This makes things so much easier!

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Hannah Whitcomb

Clean Eating Veggie Girl

Tasty Pins was a clear answer to my SEO problem. Using the Tasty Pins plugin is one of the best decisions I ever made.

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Pam Young

Two Cups of Health

Tasty Pins such a helpful and cool plugin. It allows you to add both alt text and Pinterest text while optimizing your images in your blog posts seamlessly. You can also add hidden Pinterest pins easily without adding any code. Truly a useful and lean plugin for WordPress!

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Marnie Schwartz

Being Her Hero

Tasty Pins helps me fully optimize my image descriptions efficiently, and I’ve been able to take advantage of Pinterest hashtags easier than ever. The Pinterest-only image option takes a huge hassle out of my publishing workflow, too. I’m so thrilled to have this plugin!

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Cheryl Malik

40 Aprons

As soon as I heard about the Tasty Pins plugin from Bjork of Food Blogger Pro, I immediately knew I had to have it! In WordPress I’d been using the Alt Text field for my Pinterest description instead of what it’s really meant for – the actual image description. Having a special Pinterest Text box in addition to the Alternative Text field has been a real SEO game-changer for my blog. As a completely non-techie person, I can attest to the beautiful simplicity of the plugin installation. It was a breeze. Hip hip hooray for the Tasty Pins plugin!

Denay DeGuzman

Confetti and Bliss

Wow! This plugin couldn’t have come at a better time. I’ve finally decided it’s time to turn my passion into a serious side hustle. Tasty Pins has already increased my Pinterest and blog traffic in a mere matter of days! Thank you so much WP Tasty for helping me chase my dreams!

Sara Goldstein

Tomatoes Tomahtos

I had wanted to provide better Pinterest descriptions for a while, so I’m super happy to be able to do this easily with Tasty Pins. Having the possibility to hide an image from the post is something I look forward to, and the whole process of buying, downloading and installing the plugin was seamless. Very happy with my purchase.

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Pilar Hernandez

En mi cocina hoy

Tasty Pins is a must for any website that relies on visuals to promote their brand and to get their message across. As a quilt blogger, I need to optimise my Pinterest traffic, and Tasty Pins was a no-brainer purchase to help me do so.

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Alyce Blyth

Blossom Heart Quilts

I’ve tried a few different recipe plugins, but Tasty Recipes is my current favorite. It is user and google friendly. Recommended by other food bloggers, I decided to try it out and now couldn’t be happier.

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Priya Lakshminarayan

Cookilicious

We’ve long struggled with how to balance the pull between Pinterest-friendly descriptions and SEO-friendly descriptions of our images. It’s such a relief that we don’t have to choose anymore! Tasty Pins makes it incredibly simple to maximize the reach of our images with one tool in one place.

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Lisa Riedl and Anna Schaber

Garnish with Lemon

I’ve tried a few different recipe plugins, but Tasty Recipes is my favorite. I love how user friendly it is and how easily it flows with my blog. Tasty Recipes will be my recipe plugin from now on, that’s for sure. Oh.. and the customer service is wonderful!

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Mikki Clagett

Finding Happy in Healthy

I love how easy Tasty Recipes makes it to share my recipes with readers. As a Registered Dietitian, it was really important to me to have a way to share the nutrition breakdown of my recipes and with Tasty Recipes, it’s so easy. I also love how SEO friendly it is (especially for someone who’s an SEO novice). I am so happy I decided to utilize this plugin.

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Alix Turoff

Alix Turoff Nutrition and Fitness

Tasty Recipes is the perfect mix of form and function. Making recipes not only look fantastic on my site but also making SEO optimization an absolute breeze. Not to mention, their support staff is beyond friendly and speedy in reply!

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Josh Johnson

The Kentucky Gent

I had been struggling with my previous recipe plug-in and then Tasty Recipes saved the day! It was so easy to install and customize, with how-to guides and unlimited customer support. It even seamlessly converted all my previous recipes from the past three years on my blog! I’m beyond pleased with Tasty Recipes and would absolutely recommend to any food blogger.

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Aberdeen Gielow

Aberdeen's Kitchen

For several years I was happy with simply typing out my recipes, wary of trying another plugin due to my past experiences. It was finally suggested to me to incorporate a recipe plugin for SEO purposes, and I found several options. I have followed Bjork and Lindsay for many years, and I trust them. I knew if they created a recipe plugin, they would make sure it was always relevant and up-to-date, so I didn’t hesitate to go with Tasty Recipes. I didn’t realize it would be so simple to use! I love that I can earn extra ad income via the plugin, and I love the different beautiful ways I can display my recipe cards. Thank you, WP Tasty!

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Danielle Baethge

It’s a Love/Love Thing

You deserve a million thank you’s. You have been so extremely helpful and patient as I endlessly swamped you with questions and requests, and it is SO appreciated. The level of support you’ve given goes far above and beyond what I’d expect anyone to offer. You have always answered so promptly and kindly, and you’ve saved me so much time, frustration, and money. Really, I just can’t thank you enough!

Morgan Eisenberg

Host the Toast

When it comes to a recipe plug-in, there are a few things that are very important to me:

– I should be able to make it look good and cohesive with the theme/feel of my website. I need to be able to make this happen without coding, HTML, and CSS knowledge.
– It should be updated regularly with the current trends of Google and other search engines.
– I need to be able to get quick response to my questions from the plug-in admins.

Tasty Recipes offers all of this and more. Having used it for over 9 months now, I am a big fan of this plugin along with Nutrifox and Tasty Pins. I feel as though all their products are tailored for my blog’s needs, and more importantly, to put my work in front of my readers in a user-friendly and professional way.

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Aysegul Sanford

Foolproof Living

From the moment I activated Tasty Recipes, I have found it intuitive and user friendly. Even though I am trying to do as much as possible for free as I start out, Tasty Recipes was worth the price because the recipes are the most important part of my site. I wanted something that is easy for me to use while being clear and concise for my visitors to read and print.

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Emily Wilson

The Craveable Kitchen

I have found Tasty Recipes really easy to use. I was able to convert all of my recipes super fast and am happy with how they look using the recipe card template. I have also my first recipe from scratch using the plugin and found it very intuitive.

Nina Mills

Whats for Eats

Loving the Tasty Recipes plugin! I’ve updated all of my recipes from Easy Recipe Plus. It was so easy to transfer everything over. The recipes now blend in seamlessly with my website – Awesome! Looking forward to trying the recipe card styles out too.

Cathy Speronis

A Tasty Adventure

I was looking for a new recipe plugin and ultimately chose Tasty Recipes for its simple yet stylish layout. Once I installed it and tested out moving a few recipes over to Tasty, I just clicked a button to move my last 5 years of recipes over in no time! I was so happy to see the formatting move over seamlessly and make my recipes so much more pleasing to the eye!

Kelsey Preciado

Little Bits Of

I’ve been beyond pleased with the plugin!

Madison Wetherill

A Joyfully Mad Kitchen

You deserve a million thank you’s. You have been so extremely helpful and patient as I endlessly swamped you with questions and requests so that I could personalize the Tasty Recipe plugin, and it is SO appreciated. The level of support you’ve given goes far above and beyond what I’d expect anyone to offer. You have always answered so promptly and kindly, and you’ve saved me so much time, frustration, and money. I’m positive that I wouldn’t have been able to get any other recipe card exactly the way I wanted it without this plugin and without your help. Thank you for walking me through each step and going so far as sending me exact lines of code several times to make my vision a reality. Really, I just can’t thank you enough!

I love the way my new recipe card looks, and I’m going to absolutely recommend Tasty Recipes to my fellow food blogging friends.

Morgan Eisenberg

Host the Toast

I am LOVING Tasty Recipes, absolutely the best recipe plugin around! It was easy to customize and it’s not only very attractive design wise, but SO easy to use!

Tiffany La Forge

Parsnips + Pastries

I am not a techie. At. All. So for me to be able to install this and see it work was a big deal. Big. I had a couple of questions and the team was quick to respond with answers that worked.

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Judy Barbe

LiveBest

I can’t believe how fast and easy I was able to integrate Tasty Recipes. You guys are really the best!

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Ester Perez

Nurture My Gut

Wow, I just did the conversion of all my recipes! It was so easy and everything looks great.

Chris Scheuer

The Café Sucre Farine

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