Since two of my more recent projects have involved finding ways to store my crazy recipe collection, this seemed like a good day to find out what other people are doing about it. There are so many ideas out there that at least I know I’m not the only one with a recipe hoarding issue.
A recipe box is a pretty traditional method of storage, but I loved the added personality of the spoon on this Bent-Spoon Recipe Box from Country Living.
What I really love about this one are the chipboard tabs inside this recipe box from Paper Vine.
This Turn-Style Recipe Holder from Debbie Hodge is pretty enough to double as kitchen décor.
This Easy Recipe Card Holder from Make and Takes is perfect for those times you just need to focus on the one card.
If you want to be able to plan your recipes for the week, this hanging recipe holder from Shivaya Naturals will come in handy.
This recipe binder from Food Storage Made Easy is simple and smart. The recipes are color-coded on cardstock!
If you don’t have a dedicated cookbook shelf in your kitchen who says you can’t add one? Check out this Easy Kitchen Island Addition from The Endearing Home.
In addition to all the recipes I’ve printed and written on cards, I also use my tablet in the kitchen. Based on the food splatter in some of my more often-used cookbooks, I try to keep it off the counter and protected. This Swing Down Cookbook Rack from Family Handy Man would probably save my screen.
This Kitchen Tablet Holder from Mamie Jane’s is made from a cutting board and Scrabble tile holder. Love this.
This Cookbook Chair from Thistlewood Farms definitely wins for most unique storage idea.
Now I kinda want to go cook something.