Genius Kitchen mixes food, pop culture and fun with recipes and shows you’ll want to share. Get instant access to all-new shows and recipes, all for FREE. The best part? You can save Genius Kitchen recipes directly to your Saves folder!

- Browse and watch over 100 hours of content including exciting new original shows, as well as revamped beloved series, recipe videos and tutorials, all for FREE.
- Hone your cooking chops with our how-to videos featuring world-renowned chefs.
- Search hundreds of thousands of recipes- more than any other app!
- Log into Genius Kitchen and save your favorite recipes right on your screen to access later
- Sync saved recipes across all devices
- Share videos with your friends and family via text, email, Facebook and Twitter.
- Not enough time to finish a video? Just simply select the video again when you're ready, and you'll be able to continue watching from where you stopped.

Pop Culture Baking Class: You know those outrageous donuts and crazy-cute cakes currently breaking the Internet? This is your master class for creating those super-shareable recipes at home, and making it all look easy.
Feast with Friends: Get to know Aussie chef Dan Churchill as he explores his favorite NYC food hotspots and brings his friends together around meals made with love.

Carnivorous: Courtney Rada is on a mission to discover the country’s juiciest meat dishes and meet the ranchers, farmers and butchers behind these beefy bites.

Famous Food Truck: Watch YouTuber and host Harley Morenstein meet up with celebrity guests, hijack a food truck, and create drool-worthy dishes for fans who freak as they swarm the truck, fangirling over both the food and their favorite celebs serving it.

GK Now: Welcome to your weekly sizzling serving of food news + pop culture, featuring fun celeb cooking demos, outrageous games, the latest edible trends and our hottest food photos from fans like you.


Nigella Lawson, Anthony Bourdain, Jamie Oliver, Lorraine Pascale, Sophie Dahl, Duff Goldman, Anthony Anderson, Iron Chef Japan!
We've handpicked classic seasons from these famous faces and added new episodes and seasons.

- Not enough time to finish a video? Just simply select the video again when you're ready, and you'll be able to continue watching from where you stopped.

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What's New

Version 6.20.0

- Getting to recipes from videos is now just one tap away!
- Bug fixes and minor enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
2.9K Ratings
2.9K Ratings

Glad to have my recipe box back, but...


I was really upset when the new app launched and didn’t have the Recipe Box on it, and was relieved (yet annoyed) to find that they’d at least saved my recipes on the website. I’m really glad that the team listened to the users and made Recipe Box available in-app, but I’m still using the browser version because I just don’t like the app! Everything is so loud and goofy and millennial-y (for the record, I’m a millennial myself, and I still don’t like the new design.) I get what they’re trying to do—update the look and feel to be more modern and digitally-appealing—but I’m just not into it. I miss the old, simple version, but I’m sure a good portion of their target audience prefers the new one. That being said, I won’t be giving up my Recipe Box, so my account will stay active, since I can still do everything I did with the original (just have to ignore all the noise to get to it).

Should include comments


I usually love the recipes, but something that bothers me is that I can’t actually read any comments on the recipes. Sometimes I find a review that has 3-4 stars, but you don’t know why it only has that many and so I don’t want to try the recipe after all. A lot of times when I find a recipe on the web I’ll read the comments and read that majority of people think the recipe has too much of this or not enough of that and so then you know if you tweak the recipe just this little bit it actually makes the recipe a 5 star. This is how the readers can help each other and the person who came up with the recipe. I think adding a comments section would be an amazing addition to this app.



While I get what the Genius Kitchen app is trying to do by providing cooking tv shows and videos that you have seen or are interested in, but it kind of feels like the recipe factor comes second to the video content. I do like watching cooking and food videos/shows but I think it’s a little inconvenient to have to watch a show to get the recipe (which is basically a link to the recipe online) when I can go online and get without watching. Most importantly, you CAN’T sync or view the recipes you have saved online, only the recipes from the videos you have watched. This more like a video app. I was hoping to be able to conveniently view and manage all my recipes on the app, but sadly that’s not the case.

Developer Response

Updated Response: Hi there! We heard your feedback and are happy to announce that we’ve made some major updates we think you’ll appreciate. Most importantly, you can now access ALL of your saved recipes from your Genius Kitchen and former accounts no matter where you are, as they’re synced across web, iPhone, iPad, tvOS and Roku. You can also choose to save recipes WHILE you’re watching a video and discover inspiration anytime in our new Recipes section that features curated recipe collections from the Genius Kitchen team. We hope these changes make a huge difference in the way you use our app, and thank you again for your helpful feedback!


Scripps Networks, LLC
103.2 MB
Food & Drink
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2017 Scripps Networks, LLC


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