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How to Indicate That a Recipe Has Been Cooked (Website)

Once you have cooked a recipe, you will want to remove it from your list of recipes for the meal plan.

You can identify that a recipe has been cooked by moving it to the bottom of the meal plan.

If you are using thewebsite, you will follow the steps below.If you are using themobile app, please clickhere.

Mark a recipe as cooked in your simple meal plan

When you open your simple meal plan, the recipes that are scheduled are all located at the top of the plan. This is the area for “uncooked” recipes. Once you have cooked the recipe, you can remove it from the uncooked area, by marking it as cooked.

To designate that a recipe in your simple meal plan has been cooked:

  • Open the meal plan
  • Use the drag and drop feature to drag the recipe that has been cooked to the bottom of the meal plan to the I cooked thisarea

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Mark all of the recipes as cooked in your simple meal plan

You can also mark all of the recipes as cooked if you want to clear your plan for the week.

To move all of the recipes in your simple meal plan to the I cooked this area :

  • Open the meal plan
  • Use the drag and drop feature to drag the recipe that has been cooked to the bottom of the meal plan to theI cooked thisarea
  • Or click the drop down arrow on the right side of the screen next to View Shopping List and select Mark all as cooked
    • All of the scheduled recipes will be moved to the I cooked this section for that meal plan

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To learn how to reset a meal plan by moving all of the recipes back to the uncooked area of the plan, click here.

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