Paprika Recipe Manager
Paprika Recipe Manager
3.3.7

3.4

Paprika Recipe Manager free download for Mac

Paprika Recipe Manager

3.3.7
10 July 2019

Simple recipe management for everyone.

Overview

Paprika Recipe Manager is a delightfully simple recipe management for everyone: from aspiring cooks to professional chefs. With ingredient scaling, grocery lists and meal planning, Paprika is the perfect kitchen companion. If you love to cook, Paprika will be most useful app you've ever downloaded!

Features
  • Automatically download recipes with a single tap from more than 100 supported sites. Supported site list: http://www.paprikaapp.com/sites
  • Innovative clipboard tools let you copy and paste recipe information from any website..
  • Quickly scale recipe ingredients to your desired serving size.
  • Add personalized notes to each recipe.
  • Track nutritional information (automatically saved from sites which provide it).
  • Easily manage your grocery list: add recipes with a single click, as well as your own items.
  • No-hassle meal planning: add specific recipes or custom entries into the weekly meal planner.
  • Customizable categories: assign recipes to multiple categories.
  • Powerful search tools help you easily find any recipe by source, ingredient or name.
  • Full printing and emailing support for recipes, grocery lists, and meal plans.
  • Share recipes via email (that other Paprika users can automatically import).
  • Backup and restore keeps your recipe collection safe.
  • Import from popular desktop apps such as MacGourmet, YummySoup! and MasterCook.
  • Cloud sync between Mac OS X, iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches.
  • Offline access. All of your data is stored locally, no Internet connection is required.
  • Bookmarklet. Capture recipes from your Web browser straight into your Paprika Cloud Sync account.

What's new in Paprika Recipe Manager

Version 3.3.7:
  • Fixed a few crashes.

23 Paprika Recipe Manager Reviews

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dboc
05 May 2019

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Lock in syndrome. Can't export markdown files. Do think twice before committing to this software.

Could as well just use Zettlr and go markdown all the way. It provides an effective system to keep your stuff in sync across devices if you use an online storage or NAS for that matter. And it's future proof - stay in control of your files.
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Version 3.3.5
Xenos
08 September 2019
Ridiculously narrow-minded idea that you need to change the system language if you want to use another language in the Paprika Recipe Manager.
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Version 3.3.7
dboc
05 May 2019
Lock in syndrome. Can't export markdown files. Do think twice before committing to this software.

Could as well just use Zettlr and go markdown all the way. It provides an effective system to keep your stuff in sync across devices if you use an online storage or NAS for that matter. And it's future proof - stay in control of your files.
Like (5)
Version 3.3.5
1 answer(s)
Michael-Vilain
Michael-Vilain
10 July 2019
Yea, I had the same problem with the previous recipe manager, Yum, which had no facility to upgrade. Subsequent versions locked in it's use even more. Once I upgraded my OS and Yum broke, I did what I could to transfer to Paprika because it had the export option. If 3.x doesn't, I'm done with them and will switch to something like Zittr or FSNotes.
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sup3rny4nb0y2
12 January 2019
It doesn’t have export option in MarkDown, even though you write your recipes in it using MarkDown! It’s so stupid and looks just like user lock. I can’t rely on it, there’s no future proof…
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Version 3.3.4
1 answer(s)
Scott-C-H-
Scott-C-H-
15 April 2019
Yup. Exactly. That's why I ditched not just Paprika Recipe Manager but also all the other so-called "Everything Bucket" type apps. I keep all my data in plain text files written in either Markdown or JSON and store them in a Dropbox folder. I use a simple but effective file name convention which includes dates and tags. Slick and fancy? Nope. Usable and accessible in a long run? Yup. No need to rely on a particular app and a company. No need to worry about whether some indie developer might feel like keeping up a few years down the road.

I have settled with this method a few years ago and never looked back. The massive problem with this type of application is that developers eventually abandon their apps. Don't take my word for it; Evernote Food, MacGourmet, and SousChef are abandonware now. Do you remember Journler, the journaling app that many Mac users loved to use? Phil, the developer of the app, decided one day that it wasn't worth keeping up. OS X got updated, and voila! Its exporter stopped working, so many of us were stuck figuring out how we could salvage thousands of entries. As you rightfully pointed out, Paprika's export feature is very limited.
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Dbullock
14 November 2018
This is an excellent program. You fill out the recipes you plan to eat over the next week, then Paprika breaks them down to the component parts you need to buy at the store. Then you go to the store and open Paprika on your iPhone (or other), and check off the list as you buy each item. It's really pretty brilliant!!
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Version 3.3.0
jandcc
05 May 2018
I have Paprika Recipe Manager 1 on my iMac, I would like to purchase and install Version 3. I read somewhere that it was a bit of a pig to update from 1 to 3, is this so ? Has anybody done this ?. Thanks in advance..
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Version 3.2.3
Happy-Dance
23 December 2017
Paprika for Mac OS is half price till the end of the year, in case you were considering it. iOS version is now universal and 40% off till year's end also. I just bought it an hour ago so I can't review it yet.
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Version 3.1.1
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Happy-Dance
Happy-Dance
24 January 2018
I've been using this since Christmas and it's as good as I hoped. I'm glad they finally added a trash can so I can recover accidentally deleted recipes. If you're happy with v2 then maybe there's no compelling reason to upgrade but I'm glad I did.
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Cortig
17 November 2017
Great new version. In addition tot he new user interface, v3 brings support for multiple pictures in the recipe and a share extension for Safari: that’s a very nice improvement over v2 (at least as far as my use is concerned :-) ).
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Version 3.0.1
Marcossi
31 January 2017
Just downloaded the app and imported from MacGourmet Deluxe. Paprika seems much more stable but missing many features from MacGourmet Deluxe. If MacGourmet Deluxe was updating their apps I wouldn't have changed.
Like (2)
Version 2.2.0
Panocha
18 February 2016
It looks nice, and if it was able to be purchased outside of the MAS, and could use other sync methods, like DropBox, and a NAS on your own LAN, then I would actually consider paying for it.
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Version 2.2.0
Happy-Dance
18 February 2016
Paprika has just released a big update to their app, v2.2.0 now, I believe, that includes an english language engine in the browser that will analyze and d/l a recipe from any site, not just ones that have added by the company. Now that’s a game changer, huh? Look, I understand the reluctance to pay $20 for an app with no trial period, I would not likely do that either. Oh yeah, and pay again for the iPad and iPhone apps, too. I've had this app a long time and never even used it. I don’t even remember how I got it; I think it might’ve been in a software bundle that I bought for other software. Maybe it was just real cheap and I wanted to try it. I was using MacGourmet Deluxe at the time and inertia kept me using it. Over time I became frustrated with MacGourmet and remembered Paprika in my Application folder and gave it a try. After a couple of weeks with Paprika I imported all my MacGourmet recipes and have been using Paprika ever since. I bought the iPad version since I'm often watching TV and roam recipe sites during lulls in the programing. I bought the iPhone version so I can be at the supermarket and check a recipe to see what I need to buy for a meal I want to make. And the automatic syncing makes sure all the app versions have the latest recipes.Yeah, they’re not giving away their apps but I'm hoping they’ve got a solid business plan that’ll keep them in business a long time because I love this app. Not selling yourself too cheaply is a good way to stay in business. I really wish that they’d release a trial version of Paprika so a lot more people can find out how ridiculously great this program is.
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Version 2.2.0
$29.99

3.4

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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