Simplify and download recipes from the web.
Searching for recipes online can be a harrowing process. Strange formatting, popup ads, and long introductions can get in the way of finding actual ingredients and instructions. MealClip wades through the nonsense for you, and provides a simple, consistent list of ingredients and instructions for easy viewing, downloading, and printing. Click the MealClip icon and a recipe will appear at the top of your screen. Basic use: Mealclip will automatically load a small button in the top right corner of any page that appears to contain a recipe. Clicking on this button will open your formatted recipe. This feature can be turned off in the extension options. Recipes can also be loaded by clicking on the extension next to your search bar. Downloading and Printing: To download a recipe, click the button labeled "save". To Print, click "print" and you will be able to print directly from the page. Make sure the recipe is formatted the way you want it before saving or printing. Editing: MealClip isn't perfect. If a recipe is not loaded correctly, you can click and edit any part of it manually before downloading.
- (2018-10-20) Kristin Petrichenko: Installed in my browser after I found it on Reddit a while back. Usually works, and if you report sites that don't work, it's usually fixed! I share this ANYTIME someone is griping about having to scroll for a recipe on a blog. Thanks for the solid extension!
- (2018-03-31) Connor Zaleski: Found this on reddit after I looked up a recipe. Worked on all the recipes I had up when I installed (5+ food blogs). I've never reviewed an extension before. You never knew you needed this until you have it. Cheers leo, you're the man.
- (2018-03-14) Amanda Wilson: This extension is so helpful! I use it all the time and I love the simplicity of the recipe formatting.