Importing Recipes from the Web Overview

Everyone can save 5 recipes from the web for free. Upgrade to AnyList Complete to save an unlimited number of web recipes.

AnyList can import recipes from thousands of popular recipe websites and blogs like Allrecipes, Epicurious, Martha Stewart, and NYT Cooking. (To learn more about the sites that AnyList can import from, check out this page.)

Since there are a variety of ways that you may come across a recipe that you’d like to import, we’ve got you covered with these options:

  1. Import recipes while using iOS web browsers & apps like Safari, Google Chrome, and Allrecipes with our iOS action.

  2. Import recipes from Android web browsers & apps like Google Chrome with our Android sharing activity.

  3. Import recipes on your Mac or PC with our desktop browser extensions for Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari.

Importing Recipes from iOS Web Browsers & Apps

If you come across an interesting looking recipe while browsing in Safari or Google Chrome on your iOS device, you can import it into AnyList directly by following these steps.

This technique can also be used to import recipes from many other apps like Allrecipes & NYT Cooking.

You can also use our recipe search engine to search for a recipe (e.g., “Apple Pie”), get a list of search results, and pick one to import.

Importing Recipes from Android Web Browsers & Apps

If you come across an interesting looking recipe while browsing in Google Chrome or another web browser on your Android device, you can import it into AnyList directly by following these steps.

Import Recipes on Mac & PC with Desktop Browser Extensions

We’ve got you covered if you find an interesting recipe on your Mac or PC, too. You can install our desktop browser extensions for Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari, then just click the AnyList button in your browser’s toolbar.