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Recipe Card

Create beautiful recipes that readers can print, save and review. Recipe Card optimizes your recipes for search engines and generates nutrition facts.

37 reviews
Average Rating
3.8 out of 5 stars
Terrible plugin
By ,

Terrible plugin! Caused a lot of server issues.

Easy to use... very customizable
By , for WP 4.2.3

I have been testing about every available recipe-plugin, and for me this one was the best.
It was easy to localize the po-file, the lay-out can be easily adapted to much the overall theme design.

Buggy, Recipes Missing!
By , for WP 4.2.2

This plugin is very buggy for me. When I add a recipe to a post, the post becomes completely un-editable except in text mode. Visual mode becomes broken to the point where I cannot use the delete key to make changes to the text of the post itself or add images or paragraphs or anything.

Also, as of the last couple of days, all my recipes have just disappeared from my blog. They're just gone. I can still see them in the post editor, but they don't show up on my pages at all. Now I have to go back and write all the recipes down and paste them into a totally new plugin. This will take ages. :(

Plugin is awesome but
By ,

I have a problem,I cannot insert read more tag,need help.I'll give 5 stars if the issue will be sorted.

back to your wensite
By ,

All the function in the plugin must past through your website,

Like save the recipe, share the recipe, give review.....

Not support RTL version of wordpress.

can add more than picture.....

not valid time markup
By , for WP 4.2.2

After install this plugin, and test on structured data testing tools i have 6 error markup on prep time, cook time, and total time (you have double markup code). i think google can't read cause you forgot to typing time markup on your coding.

your code source:

if (!empty($prep_time)) {
echo <<<HTML
    <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section">
      <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section-title">$prep_time_text</div>
  <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section-data" itemprop="prepTime" datetime="$prep_time_standard">$prep_time <span class="value-title" title="$prep_time_standard"></span></div>

tray to add time markup like this:

if (!empty($prep_time)) {
echo <<<HTML
    <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section">
      <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section-title">$prep_time_text</div>
  <div class="blog-yumprint-infobar-section-data"> <time itemprop="prepTime" datetime="$prep_time_standard">$prep_time </time><span class="value-title" title="$prep_time_standard"></span></div>

i hope you can fix this plugin for another user :D

Freezes my WordPress Install
By , for WP 4.1.1

This plugin is easy enough to use, until I want to edit the rest of the content in a post. It completely freezes WordPress! I can get it to respond by switching to another tab and back again, but still I'm unable to edit text in my posts unless I delete the recipe first. So, sure, it works as long as your post is completely finished before you add a recipe. But that's not good enough, when there are other apps that work much better.

Nice Plugin, terrible support, translation doesn't work
By , for WP 4.0

The plugin looks nice and works well enough. apart from the nutritional fact which is a disaster and there's no way to personalize that.

I run my blog in three languages for which CodeStyling Localization. I expected the plugin to be automatically translated because that's what I found in the few responses I found.
I contacted the support for this problem and while I had explained everything and they said (after a long time) I need to use localization! So I replied I am already using it as I had stated. I asked for some detailed info to maybe guide through, in case I wasn't doing something necessary. The (late) answer was again to use localization with the correct language files! Which I know that I already am, since everything else, other plugins included, are well translated.
No more answers received and weeks have past.

More tahn 5 stars!
By ,

This is by far the easiest way to implement a recipe solution on your WordPress blog/website. And it is free.

But I am willing to pay if there is an option for other users to post their own recipes. Pardon me if I have not seen this option but is there one available?

Thank you to the devs!

By , for WP 3.8.3

Awesome. It's free my lot of works.

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