BBC Good Food - Recipes, tools & cooking tips
By BBC Worldwide
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The BBC Good Food – Recipes, tips and cooking tools app is free to download, but, charges for additional curated cookbooks. We offer 20 free recipes, 50 glossary items, cooking tips and a multiple timer tool for free in the app.
If you have lost access to your paid cookbooks you will be able to re-download to your iPhone or iPad without paying again - please refer to the instructions in the app within menu>settings>manage in app purchases. If you own both an iPad and an iPhone you will be able to download your purchased cookbooks on both devices without paying twice. Please ensure you are logged in with the same Apple ID on both devices and follow the instructions at the bottom of this description.
However, if you downloaded cookbooks for free during our promotional offer, you will not be able to redownload across devices or on to a new device. This is something we are aiming to make possible in a future release.
Whether you’re looking for weekday inspiration, trying to cook the perfect steak or attempting your own homemade ice cream, get cooking with the new BBC Good Food - Recipes, tips and cooking tools app. This app lets you buy and store all the existing BBC Good Food cookbook apps, and organise your favourite recipes and shopping lists in one place.
The app is free to download, and comes with 20 of our favourite recipes, like, Beef & beer pie, Summer vegetable curry and Chocolate & raspberry pots. It also includes tools like our simple-to-use roast timer, handy weight converters, and a basic glossary of ingredients and techniques, to get you started.
All recipes and tools found in the app are available offline.
Each recipe includes nutritional information on kcals, protein, carbs, fat, saturated fat, fibre, sugar and salt per serving.
And you can set your app to display recipes in metric or imperial measurements, according to your preference.
These are the existing cookbooks available to buy from within this new app, each with over 160 recipes to try:
- Healthy - 195 recipes including Salmon & ginger fish cakes, Thai beef stir-fry and Indian butternut squash curry
- Quick - 195 recipes including Quick lamb biryani, Parmesan spring chicken and easy puds, and White chocolate & berry pudding.
- One-pot - 170 recipes including Sausage casserole with garlic toasts to One-pot mushroom & potato curry, Prosciutto & pesto fish gratin
- Cake - 170 recipes including Lemon drizzle cake, Best-ever brownies and Carrot cake with cinnamon frosting
- Seasonal - 180 recipes including Asparagus cream pasta, Peppered chicken with watercress and Slow-cooked pork & red cabbage
- Food for friends - 170 recipes including Crispy chicken with pancetta & butter beans, Cauliflower cheese & spinach pasta bake and Bakewell cheesecake
- Festive - 180 recipes including Unbelievably easy mince pies, Classic roast turkey with red wine baste and Brussels with hazelnut & orange butter
What's New in Version 1.8.3
- Bug fixes
Better functionality on the website
The recipes are as always lovely. What is annoying is that the app crashes a lot and that you still can't use it in the same way you do the website.
On the website you can click a button to add ingredients to your shopping account with tescos or ocado, but the app (which as a paid for subscription should be better than the website) you can't do that.
Little fixes would make a big difference.
Love their recipes but space for improvement
I had the app previously on my previous phone.
Yes you have to buy extra recipes if you are happy with it. But they are definitely worth the money.
Now the downside:
My problem is the payment I made does not transfer on my new mobile phone. So if I want to access to the same recipes I have to buy them again.
Recipes are really good, well balanced for a healthy lifestyle but it needs to fix this transfer problem.
Also despite the recipes being really good. It would be nice to see some updates on the app. I had the app in 3 different mobile and through the year it does not look like any update has been made despite the amazing amount of contents they have on their website.
You have to purchase the recipes when they are available online? Also, after I purchased the one pot recipes the accompanying recipes eg beer and stout stew has creamy parsnip
mash it says the for the recipe see below but it isn't there so you have to look it up on the web! Expensive, not that user friendly and not intuitive (keeps logging you out and taking you back into the homepage)
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: 29 December 2013
- Version: 1.8.3
- Size: 51.7 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Developer: BBC Worldwide LTD
- © 2012 BBC Worldwide Limited
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Top In-App Purchases
- Party recipe packFree
- Sandwiches cookbookFree
- Healthy recipe pack£1.49
- One pot recipe pack£1.49
- Cakes recipe pack£1.49
- Quick recipe pack£1.49
- Food for friends recipe pack£1.49
- Festive recipe pack£1.49
- Seasonal recipe pack£1.49
- Barbecue recipes£1.49