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Mary Sullivan runs an online shop called Karate Kat Graphics as a collaboration with her children and donates half of every dollar earned through the shop to children’s charities — Save the Children is this year’s charity. She has put together a tutorial about how to make a family cookbook and asked me to create a full page (8 1/2″ x 11″) printable recipe template that can be used to create a personal cookbook, and I was happy to oblige!

Update: I’ve added a version of the recipe page that has editable form fields, so you can type in your recipes and send them to family and friends via email! Download this version below.

Free Printable Recipe Page Template

As we head into the holiday season, many of us are thinking more about food and tradition and are planning on putting together a family cookbook of our own to give as a gift or to use in our own kitchens. You can download the template and use it to help create your own cookbooks.

Download the original recipe page template (188 Kb PDF). Download the recipe page with editable form fields (165 Kb). Use File > Save As when you’re saving the editable version of the recipe page, and rename it (example: Chocolate-Chip-Cookies.pdf) so you don’t overwrite the original template. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to download and use these files. Download the reader for free here. These templates are for personal, non-commercial use only.

Posted in Craft, Downloads | 41 Comments »

41 Responses

  1. Mary Sullivan says:

    Thanks so much for the mention, and for this charming template design!

  2. Naone says:

    Oh! Such a cute recipe template :D
    I’ll surely use it on my cookbook!! Thanks for sharing!
    And I loved the online shop ^^

  3. Satakieli says:

    Oh my goodness! I am completely in love with this!

  4. Rachel says:

    That is so cute! I love the way this is laid out. I’ll be linking.

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  6. Meghan (Making Love In The Kitchen) says:

    Fabulous idea!

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  8. Chriss says:

    Thank you…this is lovely!

  9. Megan says:

    Thanks so much for sharing!

  10. kellygeorgette says:

    i heart this! i even blogged about it:

    thank you!

  11. Caz says:

    Oh perfect! My MIL picked up a cute recipe organizer/binder with pages you can put in your printer and print recipes on, but I can’t find one anywhere!

    I decided to search for bits to make my own, but never thought I’d find something so CUTE! and easy to use :)

    Thank you for sharing it!

  12. Jenn says:

    Hi! I just wanted to thank you for this awesome idea and let you know that I mentioned you on my blog: Thanks for your creative ideas and free printables. I hope you will come take a look at my blog as well. Cheers! -Jenn

  13. Maria says:

    Thank you for the awesome recipe page! <3

  14. Ashley H says:

    This is adorable and I love it! Thank you very much for providing a prefect editable template for own personal cookbooks.

  15. Dee Silver says:

    Thanks so much for the template I know nothing about cookbooks or recipes or cooking, but I promised a friend I do the legwork & find the simpliest format so she could create a recipe book for her daughter, filled with recipes handed down over 3 generations. Some of the original very old and very stained handwritten recipes are difficult to read, but very, very precious… If anyone has any other good suggestions about a site that makes typing in the recipes easier, I’d love the help! Thank you

  16. Kira says:

    Ooh, so cute! I’ve been searching and searching for the perfect template, and I’ve found it! Can’t wait to bring a stack over to Grandma’s :) Thanks!

  17. Dawn says:

    Thank you so much for sharing.

  18. gaia in love says:

    Hello:) I really like this template and will use. I wrote about it and linked back to your your home page and your tutorial.

  19. Holly says:

    Love this. So stink’ cute. Share on my blog in November and just the other day. Thanks for sharing all your awesome talent!


  20. Holly says:

    I meant stinkin’ cute. Really love it.

  21. Narisa Lalji says:

    This template is perfect! I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind posting a PDF version that is the size of a recipe card! If possible, that would be very much appreciated.

  22. Talaal says:

    AWWW I was going to use this for my Language Arts project but turns out someone already took it!

  23. Arlene Grenier says:

    Sweet! I’ve been looking all evening and this is what I’ve been looking for…Thank you…

  24. Amber says:

    I love this! I have been looking for one just like it :) I would also like to make a half page size cookbook. Do you have a template for that? Thank you!

  25. Kristen says:

    Amber – Thanks! Right now, I just have the template for the full page.

  26. Pallavi says:

    Have been hunting for smthg like this….it’s wonderful…i hope to collate all my recipes now…thnks!!am so excited about this!!

  27. SWillson says:

    Is there a way to change the font or print size? My Nauna is a little blind and needs LARGE print. lol
    I love this page. You are awesome!

  28. Holly says:

    I just found this and it will be a fabulous addition to my new recipe binder that I’m putting together. Thank you.

  29. Kayleigh says:

    Oh my heck!!! These are adorable. I know this was posted a while ago, but I still wanted you to know – Thanks for posting!! :)

  30. Gina says:

    This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you sooo much, very cute!

  31. Kelsey says:

    Thank you so much for making this! I am using this template to create a recipe bind for my sister as a Christmas present. She is gonna love it so much!

  32. shelley says:

    we are planning on making a cookbook for a retiring doc from our medical group and this template will make the prcess so much easier will defenitly give you credit for the template.

  33. judy in missouri says:

    hey kristen!~this is as cute as a bug’s ear! lol! i’ve been trying to come up with an idea that would be attractive, but also easy to read and with enough space to add all of the information needed to follow the recipe. I have 2 grown sons, ages 29 and 35. They are also jokingly telling me about some incident one or the other has had in which they have attempted to cook something that one of my sons has suggested they have for a meal.They have often heard the remark, or a remark similar to, “It tastes okay, but it doesn’t taste like mom’s!” or “I don’t think that’s the way my mom fixes it!”. Both girls are very good natured about this, and in fact, it has become a little joke between them and me. I’ve reassured both of them that at one time, I couldn’t make anything like mom did, either (in reference to my husband referring to my cooking in comparison to his mom’s)! I plan to use your darling template to make each of the girls a cookbook with favorite recipes in it and put each page in a protective sheet that I’ll organzie in small loose-leaf notebooks. The little pics on your templates would also be really cute if I were to add them to the outside of each notebook cover by tracing the pictures onto the notebooks and using either craft paints or permanent markers to fill each picture in with. Thank you so much for helping resolve this demise! Sincerely, Judy

  34. judy in missouri says:

    To correct my error on by previous post, was referring to my 2 sons’ wives telling me about the remarks that my sons make about something they have cooked. OOPS!….Judy in Missouri

  35. Corrinne says:

    thank you so much for this cute editable recipe form. I’ve used it to send a recipe to my family after our family reunion. Thanks!

  36. vintagevane says:

    thank you! totally love it!

  37. Suzi says:

    Too cute! Thanks so much – and for making it editable!


  38. Kayce says:

    This is an easy and very cute layout for recipes. Not really having the money to get much for anyone this christmas and with my grandma being to ill this past year to be able to cook for any family holidays whats more easier than getting her recipes together for everyone to enjoy. Greatly appreciated. :)

  39. Erica says:

    I am a new adventuring blogger, and I fell in love with your template and I shared your page with anyone who views mine! Thank you for sharing such a cute template!

  40. Nicki says:

    Thanks for sharing this, just what I needed.

  41. Krisztina says:

    Thank you so much for this! :) My little sister moves to the Netherlands next month, and since she can’t cook at all, she’ll need a lot of recipes just to survive. So you are a lifesaver :)

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