Yes! We've created a very easy to use interface for adding recipes. You can see here how a recipe added directly to OnlyPlants would look.
Please add only the recipes you created. If it's a recipe you liked but it's created by someone else, give them a shoutout by tagging them on social media or let them know about this amazing site and maybe they'll fancy adding their recipes here as well.
We are Robert and Mirna, a couple living in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) with our fur baby Stevie the cat. We went vegan at the start of 2019. We have very, very different personalities, but we complement each other really well.
While Mirna loooooves cooking, experimenting with ingredients and spending time in the kitchen, Robert is always looking for ways to quickly find somewhat easier and not time consuming recipes. Love for food and veganism is one of the many things we have in common and working together on OnlyPlants comes so intuitively. We are both passionate about creating a hub for vegan recipes, making them more accessible and easy to find.
For Recipe Creators
If you already have your (recipe) blog, that's amazing. By adding your recipes to OnlyPlants you are creating another source of traffic for your blog. OnlyPlants becomes another place where visitors can find you and discover your delicious creations.
OnlyPlants only posts a picture of your recipe, the recipe name and a short description of it (max. 280 characters). To see the ingredients and instructions, the users will be directed to your blog. You can see here an example of a recipe that already exists on creator's blog.
This sometimes happens. You are not doing anything wrong, unless the system gives you an error when you are trying to save the recipe (green button on the bottom of the Add new recipe page).
Due to the format of your blog, the system didn't manage to pull-in all the parts correctly. There's a bunch of tips during the recipe adding process to help you make prepare your recipe for optimal results!
The booklet works by reading the JSON-LD Recipe Schema on your recipe page. Don't worry if you don't know what that means! If you use WordPress there are plugins out there that do this for you. Besides being able to easily submit recipes to OnlyPlants, having a JSON-LD Schema can also help your SEO! If your recipe doesn't load using the booklet, you can still add it manually and link it to your blog (by filling the same page, just manually). You can also contact us and we might be able to help you with this process.