•Customise a master list of all your household essentials so you never run out of anything you really need – helping you differentiate between essentials and luxuries
•Designate items as luxuries – these items will appear in red on your shopping list so you can easily see how many luxuries you (or he) is really buying
•Make a shopping list - simply scroll through ShopCookSave’s “supermarket aisles” and tap items to add them to your list, they will automatically categorise and you can check them off as you go around the store
•Customise ShopCookSave’s comprehensive master grocery list of over 750 items to include your preferred brands or specific flavours, products or items
•Record your spending – you can track each week’s grocery spend so you stay in budget
•Use the handy seasonal availability calendar so your produce is not only the freshest but also the cheapest
•Create a My Basics list for items you buy every time you shop then add them to a shopping list with one touch
•Display measurements in imperial or metric – select which you want to display and use the handy measurement conversion charts for all your other recipe conversions
•Got errands to run or only 1 or 2 items to collect? Use the handy ToDo list
•Send shopping lists or menu plans from one app user to another – you make the list and let them do the shopping, the list will load into their version of Sophie Gray's ShopCookSave complete with luxuries displayed in red
•Email lists and menu plans – print out the weeks menu and stick it on the fridge so everyone knows what the plan is, then they can make a start on cooking dinner with no excuses
ShopCookSave from Destitute Gourmet will save you time and money. No more of those expensive emergency dashes to the grocery store because you forgot something. Simply customise the preloaded lists to create a unique master list you can refer to and modify so you never forget an item again. Use the menu planner to track which were your least or most expensive weeks. You can easily add or remove ingredients from your list, share plans or lists with partners or housemates or simply enjoy the affordable recipes – our Dana’s chocolate cake is so good and so easy you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
Published by Sophie Gray, Destitute Gourmet. Programming by Brian Egerton, Redwood Software.
Close, but couldn't figure out how to enter my own recipes, the other thing which is a biggy for my family is automatically updating the shopping list on each of the families devices without having to manually do things. Other than those two, not a bad app.