New Feature: Saving Recipes on The Messy Baker
Notice anything new lately? I’ll give you a hint. It has something to do with the little blue “Save” button located on each recipe. Okay, that wasn’t a hint. I just gave you the answer before giving you a chance to guess–blew that game. I’m just so excited to share the news!
I have recently partnered with Ziplist to make the recipe saving process a breeze. Not only can you print a recipe, but you’ll have the option to save recipes to an online recipe box. This isn’t just any recipe box. Oh no, this is a recipe box on steroids. Once you save your recipe, you’ll have everything you need at your fingertips to create shopping lists, organize grocery trips, and plan your weekly menus.
Wait, it gets better. You’ll also be able to locate grocery deals in your area. I gotta tell ya, that’s my favorite part. I love to save money on food, and having somebody do the leg work for me makes it even better. To learn more about Ziplist, visit their How it Works page.
I’m not the only blog Ziplist loves. They have partnered with several food bloggers from across the web to make cooking and shopping easier, including some of my very favorites: Texanerin Baking, The Baker Chick, Sally’s Baking Addiction, Eat.Drink.Love, and the list goes on. You’ll have plenty of recipes to choose from. If you find a site that isn’t affiliated with Ziplist, no worries. They have a special Recipe Clipper Button that you can drag to your bookmarks toolbar for convenient and quick recipe saving. I love this option! I use it every chance I get.
Want Ziplist to go where you go? They have you covered with a free mobile app. Take your recipes,shopping list, and grocery deals with you where ever you go.
I’ve added a “Recipe Box” link to the toolbar at the top of the page. Click on the link to take advantage of everything Ziplist has to offer. If you don’t already have an account, you’ll be able to sign up for one in a few easy steps. After you sign up, you’ll be able to save, share, and organize all of your recipes.
Located on each recipe is a “Save” button. Click that button to save the recipe to your recipe box. From there, you can add the recipe to your shopping list, find local grocery deals to see if any of the ingredients are on sale in your area, or plan your menu using the calendar.
I hope you guys love the new Ziplist feature as much as I do. Happy recipe saving!