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Make Your Own Cookbook with Personalized Recipes

Create your own Cookbook using our layflat hardcover photo books. Recipe Collections paired with Family Photos can create a wonderful gift with a functional use!

The PrestoPhoto Cookbook Recipe

Time Required: 1 Afternoon
Price: starting at $26.99 + Tax and Shipping
Difficulty: Easy as Pie

Ingredients

  • 8.5x11 Hinged Layflat
  • Favorite Cookbook Template
  • Delicious and Cherished recipes
  • Photos of Complete Recipes
  • Photos of The People Who Created or Inspired the Recipes
  • Witty Food Puns (optional)

Directions

  1. Gather your recipes and photographs you want to include in your Cookbook.
  2. Download the PrestoPhoto Cookbook template or use your own!
  3. Carefully fold the ingredients in a large bowl until perfectly arranged and presented! (Or use our book designer Photos Extension for macOS)
  4. Review the final product before tossing into the oven at 400 degrees for 45 minutes.
  5. Once golden brown, remove from the oven and season to taste! Once you let it cool for about 10 minutes you are ready to finalize and order your cookbook to be shipped.
  6. Bake some cookies while you wait for your cookbook to arrive!

Free Templates for Your Favorite Recipes


After carefully panning through all the products we offer, our 8.5”x11” Hinged Layflat has come out as our main ingredient for making an awesome cook book. Whip up your project in minutes with our Modern Cookbook template design. Our hinged lay-flat makes the perfect book for your recipes. No more weighing down the pages with flour covered measuring cups, the pages stay open!

PrestoPhoto Cookbook Template


Hinged Layflat Size Options

Hinged Layflat Books

Personalize Your Cookbook with Family Photos



Family photos are wonderful to add along to recipes in your project. I’m sure there are old photo albums stashed away of family gatherings gone by. It’s lovely to see the people who get to create and enjoy the food you are taking the effort to document. Another fun idea is to test the recipes you want to add to your project and you’ll have plenty of images to take along the way. Snapping photos while creating your tasty masterpiece will be nice to look back on when you make the recipe again.