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

I am so thankful for Tasty Pins and the WP Tasty Team. Before starting my blog, I had never really used Pinterest before or even understood it. It was a struggle for me to learn and I didn’t know how to integrate it with my blog. Thanks to Tasty Pins I now feel much more confident with my workflow.

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Zachary Gawthorp

Salt Plus Thyme

I tell you what, this has been a great plugin. Since I have installed this plugin and have been migrating recipes over, I find that my rankings have been improving and am hoping this will translate to more visitors. Additionally, the recipe card looks great, is easy to use, and plugs right into Nutrifox.

Right now I consider Tasty Recipes a must-have plugin.

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Ben Myhre

Ramshackle Pantry

I’m so excited about Tasty Pins! It’s made optimizing for accessibility, SEO & Pinterest so much easier and saves me tons of time.

The “disable pinning” and “hidden pins” features are particularly handy!

I highly recommend this tool for any blogger who is serious about getting traffic from Pinterest.

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Taughnee Golubović

Endeavor Creative

Optimizing my image descriptions for Pinterest is simple with Tasty Pins. By prefilling the Pinterest descriptions of my images, I have confidence my pin descriptions are accurate. Best of all I’m helping my readers save time. Tasty Pins helps me be certain that my most helpful and shareable images reach Pinterest users easily, which translates into more pins and more traffic for my website.

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Allison Helsing Goines

Our Small Hours

Although I’ve used Tasty Recipes for my recipes on my blog for over a year, I really wasn’t familiar with Tasty Pins until I attended a Pinterest class at Haven Conference 2018 taught by Alisa from Tailwind. She stressed the importance of having a Pinterest Text on every image in your posts and the easiest way to do that was to install the Tasty Pins plugin. I did that as soon as I returned home. In less than a month I’ve seen a significant increase in my repins and in my blog traffic from Pinterest. In fact, Pinterest now accounts for about 75% of my blog traffic. Tasty Pins is one of the best plugins for a very reasonable price with high returns.

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Carol Lander

Bluesky at Home

The installation of the Tasty Pins plugin was dead simple and WP Tasty has a how-to manual to help you get the job done. I was able to do it without the help of my software engineer husband!

Once installed the plugin works beautifully. All of my photos now have a little “save” button on them so that I can easily pin every photo from every post- take advantage of the time you spend on photography! Plus, any site visitors can pin their favorite photo too! And the best part is that there is now a “Pinterest description” field on every photo so that I can control what data my photos are getting pinned with and make sure it represents my post and blog well. Since putting the plugin on my site I have already seen more people pinning directly from my site than before.

Tasty Pins is a simple and easy to use plugin that will help you manage your Pinterest account and make it easier for others to pin from your site as well. It also has great features like making some photos unable to be pinned and allowing you to have hidden photos that only come up when you want to pin the post to Pinterest. I am very happy with the one-time cost and the gains I am already seeing.

Thanks WP Tasty!

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Ellie Price

Hook Yarn Carabiner

I thought I knew where my pin descriptions were pulling from but whenever I pinned my recipes, the descriptions were all wrong. Tasty Pins takes the guesswork out of my pins because I know it will share the right information every time. I am so happy I started using Tasty Pins. It has made my life so much easier!

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Jenna Barnard

Butternut Bakery

Tasty Pins has been a dependable addition to my website. I’m new to the Pinterest game, but this simple, yet powerful plugin helps remind me of its importance. Not only this, you’ll find quick responses from the customer service team should you encounter any issue or question!

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Todd Weitzman


Thank you so much for making this plugin. Like many bloggers, we are not great with the technical aspects of blogging. The Tasty Recipes plugin is the easiest recipe plugin we’ve ever worked with. It’s fantastic that it easily prompts us to add what is needed for our recipe cards. We also love how beautiful this plugin is and how it fully integrates with our site.

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Brenda Tolentino

Dish Our Town

Tasty Pins has to be the easiest plugin to use but so valuable to me as a blogger. It makes creating a description for a pin so efficient whilst maintaining SEO with our alt-text descriptions. Just brilliant!

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Michelle Lakey


Tasty Pins has made it so easy to put appropriate Pinterest descriptions on my pins. It’s such a time-saver. I love it!

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Jillian Downing

Jillian Fae

I’m so happy I purchased this plugin! I love the way it changed the look of my recipes and thankfully, it’s super easy to use!

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Whitney Khan


Tasty Recipes has been a godsend for adding recipes to our blog! With all the new search requirements, WP Tasty has you covered. Easy to use, changing over all our old recipes was a snap, and customer support…well we can’t say enough about it! Tasty Recipes is the ultimate recipes plugin if you are just starting or have had a food blog for a while…you need this!!!!!

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Marty Boyd

What the Forks for Dinner

I am currently trying to increase the views to my vegan food blog and I am fully aware that Pinterest is the ticket to doing so! I got Tasty Pins just a couple weeks ago and it has already increased my Pinterest interaction so much. People can now easily share my recipes in a way that is eye catching and repinnable!

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Faith VanderMolen

The Conscientious Eater

There is no other plugin out there like Tasty Pins for Pinterest. I was just putting together a description for my web developer to help me to come up with a method to have 5-10 hidden Pinterest images on my blog post and then I heard the podcast by Kate Ahl from Simple Pin Media where she was discussing Tasty Pins and I realized that this was exactly what I was looking for. I got it straight away. It took me 2 minutes to install, and now I can add multiple hidden Pinterest images to each blog post and not only that, I can also add a custom Pinterest description for each Pin along with the hashtags. My Pinterest saves have increased a lot now and it’s not just random images that have been saved to Pinterest but it’s specific Pinterest images that I have chosen with my custom description and my hashtags. Love the plugin. Thank you!

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Jen Evansy


Tasty Pins has saved us a tremendous amount of time posting our Pinterest-ready images on our blog. They solved the big problem of being able to post multiple pinnable hidden images on our blog posts. With the Pinterest save button visitors can now easily pin one of many of our images right to their Pinterest boards without leaving our site. The big advantage is a huge boost in re-pins and more organic traffic from Pinterest. And we also don’t have a bunch of portrait style images making our blog posts look ugly. Very happy with this easy to use plugin.

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Alex Homes


I only recently purchased the Tasty Pins plugin and have used it on just one brand new post thus far. But I can’t believe I waited so long after learning about it to actually make my purchase. There’s no looking back now that I have it!

I love that I get to insert the exact phrase I want to be shared with each pin on Pinterest. And including all my hashtags with my image will ensure that my pin shows up in more search results.

It’s also great that you can disable pinning on individual images with just one simple click. This is helpful when doing roundups or in blog hops where you don’t want the hop graphic pinned.

So many thanks to the creators of the Tasty Pins plugin!

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Toni Harvey

Girl Just DIY

I am not a food blogger so was hesitant to purchase. I’m so glad that I did because Tasty Pins is for any blogger who wants to save time inputting the description and hashtags for Pinterest!

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Janet Coon


I’ve been going through and updating all of my Pin descriptions. I’m seeing re-pinning activity improving already and can tell you this is WELL WORTH the $29!

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Tracey Amadio

Porch Daydreamer

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