Many food enthusiasts have started their own food blogs in the past few years. It is much cheaper to start a business in this field than it used to be years ago. If you are planning to start your own food blog using WordPress, you are going to have to add and manage recipes on it. These 7 recipe plugins can help:
Recipe Card: enables you to create beautiful recipes for your readers to print and share with others. This plugin also generates nutrition facts for your recipes.
Easy Recipe: lets you enter, format, and print recipes on your website. It also adds the correct micro-data to your site.
All In One Schema.org Rich Snippets: helps boost your posts’ CTR by enabling rich snippets for your site. It can work for products, recipes, people, videos, and other content types.
RecipPress: a premium recipe plugin for your site. It makes adding recipes to your site easy. It has widgets and lets you accept user submissions. Your readers will be able to print your recipes fast.
GetMeCooking Recipe Template: lets you display one or more recipes per page. You can personalize each entry and handle food allergies too.
ShopEat: makes your website ShopEat friendly. Your visitors will be able to save and sync the ingredients of your recipes to their smartphone.
Kitchenbug: another useful plugin for food bloggers. It provides nutritional data on any recipe and generates the appropriate tags for search engines. You get unit conversions and a customizable recipe design.
Have you found better recipe plugins? Please share them here.