Friday, 7 October 2011

DK’s QUICK COOK App for iPad

DK’s QUICK COOK App for iPad
***Now available on the App store***

 DK is proud to announce its DK Quick Cook App for iPad is now available on the App Store. Based on the best-selling Cook Express book, the DK Quick Cook App makes choosing recipes, planning menus, shopping for food, and the cooking itself, fast, fun and hassle-free.
Features of the DK Quick Cook App include:
  • Over 500 Illustrated Recipes - from delicious starters and mains to sumptuous desserts, each recipe contains a photograph of the finished dish, with prep time never exceeding 45 minutes, (many dishes are ready in under 30 minutes).
  • Recipe Search - search by keyword or use the filters to only see starter, main course, dessert, key ingredient, or by how much time you have available. Narrow your search with the 'what’s in my refrigerator?', healthy, vegetarian or freezable selection features.
  • Make a Shopping List - create a shopping list from your chosen recipes. For less readily available ingredients see our suggested alternatives, order the list by recipe or supermarket aisle and email to your iPhone for your shopping trip.
  • Create Your Own Menus - save possible recipes to your menu then review, reorganize, add and reject to finalize your plan. Plan menus for one meal or for several, create and store as many menus as you want, giving each a name, and share menu plans with your friends. Also check out handy tips for planning a menu.
  • Build a Quick Cook Recipe Collection - buy additional packs of recipes to create an even larger recipe resource with over 600 recipes available in total.

The DK Quick Cook App
is the perfect addition for any cook, helping you to prepare fresh, simple meals with minimal time and effort required.

Available for £3.99 from the App Store on iPad or at
Additional recipe packs are available for £0.69 each through In-App Purchase


  1. This looks brilliant - I treated myself to an iPad a few days ago. sadly I spent so much I've got no money to sepdn on apps at the moment so I'm only using free ones. Although as I already subscribe to the printed version of Good food mag I get that app free and it's amazing. So I'm really looking forward to investing in a few food apps.