RecipePress reloaded is a powerful and very flexible tool to manage your blog’s recipe collection. It was designed with the editor in mind and created for easy
and fast usage.
The basically adds a post type for recipes to your site. You can publish recipes as standalone posts or include in your normal posts and pages.
Organize your recipes in any way you like. Predefined come categories, cuisines, courses, seasons and difficulties. As creating taxonomies is easy it’s up to
you which and how many taxonomies you are creating. Use listings embedded in pages to make your recipes accessible by title or taxonomy terms. Or use one of
the widgets to create tag clouds or top ten lists.
Of course you can use all the wordpress goodies you know from posts on recipes as well: images, videos and comments.
Despite it’s simplicity it’s giving editors, administrators, designers and developers all the freedom to adapt the plugin to their needs. Features you don’t
need can be deactivated and are hidden from the ui then. You can even create your own layout files to complete control the looks of recipes. The default ones
are SEO friendly, of course.
- custom post type for recipes
- backend to enter recipes fast
- group ingredients and instructions to sets, eg for cake and topping
- add an image to each step of instruction if you like
- all the metadata you need for recipes:
- serving size
- preparation and cooking times
- nutritional information
- all taxonomies you need. Categories, cuisines, courses, seasons and difficulties come predefined, but you can create whatever taxonomy you like.
- use post categories and terms on recipes as well, but only if you want to
- ingredients are a taxonomy as well, so you can easily find all recipes using ‘carrots’ for example.
- access recipes by alphabetical indices of title or any taxonomy term
- include recipes to your normal posts or pages using shortcodes
- search engine friendly recipe output using schema.org‘s recipe microdata, RFDa or JSON-LD
- choose between different layouts to determine how your recipes should look like or create a layout yourself
RecipePress reloaded currently is available in:
For the following languages translations are partly available:
- German (Austria and Switzerland)
- I hit a problem. What to do?
- I need a special feature. Can I pay you to get it?
No. I’m not a full or part time developer. I’m working on RecipePress reloaded in my (rare) spare time. It is one of my hobbies. If you need a special feature
please write a post at the support forum or file an issue at
As RecipePress reloaded is open source software you are very welcome to fork the project on [GitHub](https://github.com/dasmaeh/recipepress-reloaded GitHub),
implement the feature yourself and create a pull request to have it included in the next release.
- I’m not a developer. How can I contribute to the development?
Open source software is living from user contributions. Fortunately you don’t have to be a developer to help. You can
* Help translating the plugin. It’s now easier than ever before on
* Give feedback. This helps me and others a lot to further improve RecipePress reloaded.
* Help creating a user documentation for RecipePress reloaded.
* Spread the word! Tell others about your experiences.
* Fork the project on [GitHub](https://github.com/dasmaeh/recipepress-reloaded GitHub) and implement new feature (of course 😉 )
What made me choose this particular food/recipe plugin was the ability to arrange ingredients and instructions into groups. And the attributes of a recipe "thingy", such as "courses", "categories", "cuisines", etc., are very well though out and well-integrated into the wordpress architecture. You can also create your own custom attributes as well. All this gives you a LOT of flexibility in how you want to format and present your recipes.
Great support, to boot. (That's the 5th star.) Thank you, Jan.
- Fixing several display bugs
- Fixing a bug on activation (file name was wrong)
- Fixing several bugs.
- Fixing several bugs.
- Complete recoding of the entire plugin. The code is now modular, easier to maintain and easier to contribute to.
- Extended and improved support of schema.org‘s recipe microdata. Now supporting Microdata, RFDa and JSON-LD.
- New options backend, now very clearly laid out
- Very easy handling for taxonomies
- Improved recipe editor