Get some help with Thanksgiving Dinner with these free iPhone Apps.
Wouldn’t you like to find a way to simplify your Thanksgiving meal, follow amazing recipes, make a detailed shopping lists, and have every note you need in one place? How about 3 Free iPhone Apps To Help Cook Thanksgiving Dinner!
This year the digital sous chef you always wanted is right at your fingertips!
1) The Thanksgiving Coach App
Keep it Simple and Get Some Help with The Thanksgiving Dinner Coach App by CHOW
The Thanksgiving Dinner Coach walks through the entire Thanksgiving week. It tells you when to start defrosting your turkey to when to make the gravy.
The makers of the Thanksgiving Dinner Coach App have put together easy, delicious and traditional Thanksgiving recipes for you to wow your guests with. The Thanksgiving Dinner App will help you have a game plan and guide you step-by-step.
The app is basic, however the beautiful photography, clear timeline, and accessible tabs make this little guy well worth it.
2) The Holiday Table App
Get Adventurous but Stay Focused with The Holiday Table App by FOODIE
The Holiday Table App gives you 40 recipes for Thanksgiving. These recipes range from food bloggers to culinary pros from around the world. Therefore, you will find traditional roasted turkey as well as a Portuguese turkey recipe.
The best part about the FOODIE app is that besides the Holiday recipes it also has many other recipe collections. From cold weather, to every day dinners, to comfort food, this app will give you not only the 40 Thanksgiving recipes but much more. The collections are seasonally relevant, making it easy to plan ahead and nail down a shopping list.
3) The Cookbook Plus App
Perform Like A Pro and Conquer The Kitchen with The Cookbook Plus App by Butterball
With more than 250 turkey recipes the Butterball App will for sure keep you busy. The app adds new recipes every month, and the best part is that there is a photo with every dish! You can build your own recipe box with your favorites and the app even features a store.
One of my favorite highlights of this app is the tab of substitutions. If you forgot to purchase an item or ran out of it have no fear, this app suggests nice alternatives.
Here are some examples of substitutions recommended by the Cookbook Plus App:
1 teaspoon allspice: 1 teaspoon cinnamon plus ½ teaspoon ground cloves instead
1 teaspoon baking powder : ¼ teaspoon baking soda plus ½ teaspoon cream or tartar
1 clove garlic: ¼ teaspoon garlic salt
1 cup wine: 1 cup fruit juice mixed with 2 teaspoons vinegar
There are many food magazines and cook books that I love, but I have to say that having these helpful apps in my phone is very practical. There are some other great apps that are available for iPod and iPad but not yet for the iPhone, such as Bon Apétite’s Thanksgiving app.
I am definitely thankful for these three to make my Thanksgiving more enjoyable and organized. So go to your iTunes App store and give these 3 iPhone apps to help cook Thanksgiving dinner, after all they are FREE