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10 Cute (and Clever!) Recipe Organizer Ideas
You have torn-out recipes from magazines, a heap of hand-written cards and dozens of printed sheets stashed in the cupboard. It's time to invest in a recipe organizer.
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Vertical Recipe Flip Stand
No more paper recipes covered in food splatters and finger smudges. This vertical recipe flip stand ($32) is great at keeping Nonna’s spaghetti sauce recipes within sight. We love the cheerful pattern and the 8.5 x 11″ page protectors.
Amazon / Jot & Mark
Decorative Tin for Recipe Cards
Do you transcribe all your favorite recipes onto cards? This decorative tin for recipe cards ($27) is a perfect choice. It keeps your recipes neat and organized, and also looks great sitting on the counter thanks to its trendy design.
Amazon / Meadowsweet Kitchens
Recipe Accordion File
Some of us have recipes in all different sizes! If you like to tear recipes out of the newspaper, keep family recipe cards or print recipes—how do you keep them organized? One solution is this handy recipe accordion file ($16). The tab dividers allow you to sort the recipes and keep everything in one spot.
Amazon / Me & My Big Ideas
Recipe Binder and Planner
This cheerful recipe binder and planner ($25) has space for 192 recipes. It has formatted recipe pages so you can keep track of your go-to recipes, as well as separate pages to make your shopping list. This is a great choice if you like to browse your collection of recipes to create weekly meal plans. (Here’s how to start meal planning if you haven’t already.)
Amazon / Ironwood Gourmet
Wood Recipe Box
Sometimes there’s no reason to change the old-fashioned way of doing things. We love the timeless design of this wood recipe box ($29). Sturdy, minimalist and full of vintage charm—there’s nothing like a wood recipe box that can be passed down for generations. Bonus: There’s a slot on top of the lid to perfectly display the recipe card you’re currently using.
Amazon / C.R. Gibson
There are a lot of options for recipe binders out there, but we love the features of this leather recipe binder ($32). The cover is wipeable and easy to keep clean, and the gold foil detail gives it a little extra something. Inside, the 9 tabbed dividers, sheet protectors and tie-clasp envelope keep all your recipes nice and tidy.
Amazon / brightmaison
If you prefer collecting cookbooks rather than single recipes, you’ll love this free-standing cookbook holder ($15). It’s a great way to keep things organized when you don’t have a spare cabinet or shelf. Keep it right on the counter, because the wood design makes for a great display piece.
Amazon / Kate Spade New York
Modern Recipe Box
For a modern twist on the classic recipe box, try this Kate Spade recipe box ($30). We are drooling over the black and white polka dot design! Inside you’ll find 8 tabbed dividers and forty recipe cards. Who knew a recipe box could be so cute? (Here are the cookie recipes that belong in that box.)
Amazon / Internet's Best
For those heavy hitters with an overwhelming amount of recipes to organize, go big with this storage box ($26). It can be tucked in a kitchen cabinet, and has plenty of room for hundreds, if not thousands, of recipes. A truly customizable solution—pop in as many files as you want with whatever categories fit your needs.
Amazon / Peter Pauper Press
There’s nothing as precious as a treasured family recipe. That’s why we love this recipe journal ($12). Part recipe organizer, part diary, you can use the pages for a recipe as well as why it holds special meaning for your family. Preserve Grandma’s secret recipes to pass on for generations.
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