By Ray Bernardo

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2009-10-09
  • Current Version: 3.6.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 15.86 MB
  • Developer: Ray Bernardo
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 3,031 Ratings


Store your recipes, create meal plans and grocery lists, keep track of your pantry inventory. All in one app! Recipe Management • Import recipes from popular recipe websites, or add you own recipes • Organize recipe by categories • Search recipes by name or ingredient • Scale your recipe by specifying the number of servings you need • Manage your recipes through the web interface (Log in at from your computer-- access is free!) Meal Planning • Create meal plans, organized by day and meal type • Reuse meal plans by creating templates • Set up recipe prep notifications to remind you of tasks ahead of time • Mark meals as leftovers • Export meal plans to the Calendar app • Add non-recipe items (like oatmeal or bananas) to your meal plan using the Quick Add feature Shopping List • Generate your grocery list based on the meal plan you created • Scale grocery quantities • Input grocery prices and see the total price you're spending • Support for multiple grocery stores • Check off grocery items as you shop • Move bought items to your pantry Pantry Inventory • Keep track of what you have in your pantry • Specify expiration dates and inventory locations • Use the barcode scanner to input items • Move out-of-stock items from the pantry to the shopping list • Find recipes with ingredients that will expire soon! Share • Email recipes, meal plan and shopping list • Import recipes sent by other MealBoard users (you'll need to tap the email attachment) • Print your meal plan and shopping list to an AirPrint-compatible printer • Sync your data across multiple devices (You will need to create an account. Doing so will also back up your data.) MealBoard is fully customizable. You can manage your recipes, ingredients, food categories, meal types, stores, store aisles, grocery items and many more! To understand how the app works, a detailed screenshot tutorial can be found at DISCLAIMER: This app is preloaded with a few recipes that are for illustrative purposes only. Users are expected to input/import the recipes that they use.



  • I now love to cook!

    By AmbooBlue62
    I dreaded dinner time for years and a lot of times avoided it altogether because I had so little imagination for planning meals. And when I thought of something, I wouldn’t have all the ingredients. Now I load and categorize my own recipes as well as imported ones, pull together meals by using those categories, add the ingredients to the grocery list and and follow my meal plan. At the touch of a button, I can view the whole week and no more thinking about it. Love it.
  • Time consuming and lacking nutrition information

    By StotallyTubular
    The app is great and does have a lot of detail to what you can do: add pictures of meals, import recipes through SOME popular websites, pantry inventory, recipe categorization, grocery list assembly...etc. However it takes a very long time to import your own recipe let alone compile a bunch of them if you are not able to directly import it from a website. Also the subcategory headings capability would allow me to make multiple headings for the ingredients section but I was only able to place my ingredients under one heading. So, my ingredients for the sauce would go under the main ingredients as well.
  • Easy to use

    By AuntNeRox
    I really like this site.
  • Helps us (indirectly) to lose weight.

    By Alzabees
    We use MealBoard on one iPhone and two iPads. Having so many options for sharing allows the two of as to coordinate (as a couple) and see the meal plan as it fits into our schedules. I am a big fan of the app, I love the pantry function and the ease of creating a grocery list. Being able to edit the categories and the aisles to the ones that I prefer is a big plus for me. I love how they’ve kept it simple and somewhat "text" oriented rather than "graphics" oriented. I don't need for it to be fancy, I just need for it to work! And it does! I had gone away from the routine of meal planning for quite a while and am returning to having it in my weekly approach. What I have found, by using MealBoard over the years, is that it helps me to more successfully work my WeightWatchers program. It was fun to fire-up MealBoard once again in tandem with my return to WeightWatchers.
  • This app has literally changed my life

    By Corndogia156
    Not only is this the best meal planning app available, but customer service is outstanding. My desire to import recipes from my favorite web site "cooks illustrated " was realized within hours of writing a request to support. I don't write reviews but it's really my only way to show my gratitude.
  • kHz

    By 3 nana
    I have a memory problem and I would be lost with out this. As long as you keep it updated it is a wonderful time and money saver!
  • Easy to input recipes and make shopping lists

    By Dandude1010220
    Works well for me. I’m happy that there’s an online input option. Much easier than on the phone.
  • Excellent meal planning app

    By Karilee75
    I’m so happy with this app. You can import recipes from so many different websites- my favorite is skinny taste. The app then creates a shopping list for you! The shopping list is easy to use. There is also a pantry inventory option but I haven’t been ambitious enough to use it yet. You can also sync with other devices and other family member’s devices. Pretty darn great.
  • Love it

    By Gretchen67
    I have been using this planner for a couple of weeks now and so far I love everything about it. Most of these types of apps take a little bit of work on the front end but it’s well worth it on the back end. It allows me to include recipes try them and then delete them if we didn’t like them, and if we did then I have them to use over and over again.
  • Helpful app for pantry shopping

    By tiggerfor2
    This app has a feature to list all the items you have in your pantry. It also features a meal plan for a week or a month. I like the grocery list feature. It can be emailed to your spouse for easy pickup of items you need. I like the recipe feature as well. You can import recipes from the web. You can choose from chefs like Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Ina Garten, and many more from the Food Network website. You can also find gluten free, paleo, vegan, or vegetarian recipes. This has been a good purchase for me.