Download the Cookpad app on your PC. It is the world’s largest community of home cooks where every day, people just like you share thousands of recipes, ideas, and cooking experiences.
What is the Cookpad PC app?
The kitchen is one of the tasks that with time does not have secrets, at least for a few. Many have been learning over time, others have perfected to improve certain dishes, and a few decided to take the step by adding their recipes.
Android has many recipe applications for cooking, there is an infinite number of ways to become professional chef over time.
Cookpad for PC is a lifestyle app where you can add your recipes and share them with other people. With Cookpad for Windows app, you won’t just be able to share your recipes, you’ll also be able to view other people’s recipes and try it out yourself. It also has a cooking diary feature where you can add photos of your cooked dishes
What does it offer?
From the main menu in Cookpad you can use the search box to look for recipes. You can also explore the most popular recipes in the community, from soups to roast meats and different types of dessert. Posting your recipes is easy as well. Just take a picture of the cooked dish and include a name for it. Then you can add as many details as you want. The more information your recipe has, the better.
In case you come across an incredible recipe on my favorite author’s wall but are not ready to prepare right then, The app also provides the option to save it for later use. Cookplan is a new feature on Cookpad which allows you to plan your next meal or dish. Cookplan’s purpose is to help you plan what you will cook next.
It allows you to edit any recipe placed in the Cookplan tray. We want to encourage you to capture the changes you make when cooking. This will help you easily build your repertoire and confidence.
Recipes are also sorted into different categories and the app creates a profile for each user, so you can easily see what others have uploaded and liked. The app is constantly getting tweaked and the latest version has added the ability to access recipes in your Cookplan without an internet connection. You can see all the important recipes in a single place while a new Community tab lets you observe cooking activity from other users.
Among its many functions is the possibility of following the recipe with its step by step, plan day-to-day meals and follow people who post recipes. Each of them has photos of the elaboration and the most important tricks so that it comes out perfect to surprise our guests.
Cookpad for Windows app entices a cooking fanatic like me by its availability of a diverse collection of recipes from all over the world. The approximate number of recipes shared on the platform as far as 5.5 million. Astonishingly, there are more than 11,000 recipes to cook french toast itself.
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How to Install the Cookpad app on Windows and Mac
- You will need to install an Android emulator on your PC, I will recommend the BlueStacks emulator.
- Run the exe file on your PC and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation of the emulator on your PC.
- Open the emulator and look for the PlayStore app and open it.
- Log in using your Google ID to access the PlayStore app features.
- Search for the Read Cookpad app and click on the install button.
You can also use the Cookpad app on your smartphone as well.
How does Cookpad for PC app work?
It is free for cooking aficionados to post their recipes, which helped Cookpad to quickly build the country’s largest repository of recipes, and in turn, build a huge user base of people looking for them. The app users can now access up to 3.24 million recipes. There are 11,000 recipes just to make French toast
How do I cancel my Cookpad for Windows app subscription?
Click on the “View Information” tab at the top of the window and sign in if asked to do so. Scroll down on the next page shown to you until you see the “Subscriptions” tab then click on “Manage”. Click “Edit” beside the Cookpad – Recipe Sharing app and then click on “Cancel Subscription”