Paprika Recipe Manager 3

Paprika Recipe Manager 3

By Hindsight Labs LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2017-11-15
  • Current Version: 3.4.9
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 44.75 MB
  • Developer: Hindsight Labs LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.89035
From 14,838 Ratings


Organize your recipes. Create grocery lists. Plan your meals. Download recipes from your favorite websites. Seamlessly sync to all your devices. Features • Recipes - Download recipes from your favorite websites, or add your own. • Grocery Lists - Create smart grocery lists that automatically combine ingredients and sort them by aisle. • Pantry - Use the pantry to keep track of which ingredients you have and when they expire. • Meal Planner - Plan your meals using our daily, weekly, or monthly calendars. • Menus - Save your favorite meal plans as reusable menus. • Sync - Keep your recipes, grocery lists, and meal plans synced between all your devices. • Adjust - Scale ingredients to your desired serving size, and convert between measurements. • Cook - Keep the screen on while cooking, cross off ingredients, and highlight your current step. • Search - Organize your recipes into categories and subcategories. Search by name, ingredient, and more. • Timers - Cook times are automatically detected in your directions. Simply tap on one to start a timer. • Import - Import from existing apps such as MacGourmet, YummySoup!, MasterCook & Living Cookbook. • Export - Export your meal plans to Calendar and your grocery lists to Reminders. • Share - Share recipes via AirDrop or email. • Print - Print recipes, grocery lists, menus, and meal plans. Recipes support multiple print formats including index cards. • Extensions - Save recipes directly in Safari and view today's scheduled meals. • Bookmarklet - Download recipes from any browser straight into your Paprika Cloud Sync account. • Offline Access - All of your data is stored locally. No internet connection is required to view your recipes. What's New in 3.0 • iPhone X and iOS 11 support. • iOS app is now universal. • Multitasking support on iPad. • Add multiple, full-sized photos to each recipe. Embed photos in your directions. • Insert links to other recipes or websites in your ingredients or directions. • Format recipes using bold and italics. • Convert ingredient measurements between standard and metric. • Search for recipes across multiple categories. • Add custom aisles to your grocery list and re-arrange them in your preferred order. • Create multiple grocery lists. • Add custom ingredients to the pantry. Track quantities, purchase dates, and expiration dates. • Move items back and forth between the pantry and grocery list. • Add custom meal types to the meal planner. • Create reusable menus that span multiple days. Platforms Paprika is available on multiple platforms so you can access it on all of your devices. Please note that each version is sold separately.



  • Not an exaggeration: best app I’ve ever used

    By Ballylesson
    I’m not proud of this but I’ve written few reviews in my life. I feel so strongly about the quality of this app that I had to write something and to thank the company who made it. I started the AIP diet about 15 months ago and now rely on recipes online for the majority of my meals. I’m sure I’m not alone in abhorring the senseless droning on of online recipe posters. This app allows me to save precious time by simplifying the recipe so I can get down to business. It goes above and beyond by allowing you to edit recipes (which I often have to do) and categorize them. The interface is so easy to use and understand. So much of it is customizable. You will not regret getting this app and please Paprika.....don’t make weird changes. It’s so good how it is.
  • First time user

    By Bcili12
    Great tool for downloading from recipe subscriptions. Later, I will cull from printed recipes. Easy to use and versatile.
  • I am loving this-especially now

    By Huitzilopotchl1
    Grocery planning has never been more important. Being able to plan out breakfast lunch and dinner, resolve the quantities and know that I need three pounds of quick oats a week, 6 for two weeks, or that the recipes I have planned require 8 cups of onions (we eat a lot of onions, don’t judge) is super helpful. A request: could you increase the number of types of meals in menu planning? When I’m planning out my meals for two weeks it isn’t just breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks. It’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, baking, prep for tomorrow, batches of staple ingredients, seasonal preserving- all this would be solved if I could increase the number of meals, from there I can just change the name & get on with my planning.
  • Really Good!

    By Fogey Mike
    I am completely happy with Paprika 3. I use it in conjunction with NYT Cooking to compile an all-inclusive personal cookbook. I am especially happy with the ability to import recipes from a large number of other sources - NYT is only one of many.(Although it's the best) It's easy to edit recipes to include revisions you made from your personal taste buds, which is very useful to me. I like the ability to export and import to and from other platforms, so that all devises are synchronized.
  • Effortless daily use

    By RayHollister
    I don’t write reviews hardly ever... but I love this app. It is very intuitive, and there are many many useful features that I use daily! I can make a meal plan for the week in under 5 min, standing in the middle of produce section if necessary. BOOM—instant grocery list to shop from. I also never have to go back through my browser history trying to find a recipe I saw somewhere... anytime I see something interesting I effortlessly capture it in Paprika! I use this every single day, multiple times. I know I would not be cooking as many meals from scratch without this app. It’s just so easy to find and plan and actually use a recipe (timers are breathlessly easy and automatically integrated into the recipes). And it’s very reasonably priced for what it gives in return. I’m so thankful it doesn’t require a subscription. Thank you, developers!
  • What’s with the nickel and diming?

    By SamGman
    This is a good app but what’s with the nickel and diming for different platforms?
  • Pretty Disappointing

    By bricatbri
    This app seems like a really great idea but I can never add recipes that I have in a cookbook or something I made up myself. Has to be all stuff that I can find online or else the app crashes when I try to save after spending a long time creating a recipe. DO NOT LEAVE THE APP WHILE ADDING A RECIPE for any reason. Not to reply to a text, answer a call, or take a picture of a recipe, it won’t save and you’ll have to start from scratch. For something I paid $5 I would expect it to work. Not at all impressed. Also pay close attention to the conversions. I cook for just two people so I have to cut a lot of recipes in half and if the recipe isn’t super clear, then the app won’t be able to convert it properly and you may end up with way too much of an ingredient if you aren’t paying attention. Hope these issues get resolved because I was really looking forward to this seemingly very useful app.
  • Best cross platform recipe saving app

    By funkypenguins
    Works great on Mac, iPad, Android phone and iPhone. Easily the best cross platform recipe app out there
  • General comment

    By Salanepu
    I have been using Paprika 3 for almost 2 yrs. It is very easy to use. I like the feature where it stores the most common terms used in the recipe. That greatly simplifies the recipe writing part.
  • Waste of money

    By Vote4Donnelley
    I was under the impression that all you had to do was add the recipes and then it would generate a list for you. It does not. You have to still go and manually add each ingredient? What’s the point? What a waste of money.