What's the perfect ending to any meal? Why, it's a fabulous dessert of course! The Dessert Recipes Plus+ app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone and provides users with more than 10,000 dessert recipe options. There is no reason to be scared off baking or feel uninspired when it comes to desserts because this app can provide you with all kinds of options. You don't have to have any experience baking or preparing desserts; this app has been made for all skill levels to use.
If you are looking for a way to wow your loved ones with your cooking, dessert is often a sure-fire way to go. For many people the idea of baking and preparing a dessert is daunting and they have no idea where to begin, which means they often resort to prepared desserts from the store instead which just can’t compare to homemade. The Dessert Recipes Plus+ app gives you more than 10,000 different dessert recipes so no matter who you’re cooking for, even if it’s just you, you’re bound to find some fabulous options.
The app was last updated more than two years ago when there was new content added, new features, the ability to email dessert recipes to friends, and more. The app doesn't seem to be hitting the mark at all with users and scores just 2.5 out of five stars from them. At this time there are no customer comments.
Navigate and search through the recipes
Taking a Closer Look
From the surface the Dessert Recipes Plus+ app sounds like a well-rounded option giving users a huge library of desserts. These dessert recipes have all been divided into categories to make the search process easier. The categories include cakes, cookies, mousse, pie, tarts, and more. You can view the recipes by category or view them all together as they are organized in alphabetical order. There is a thumbnail picture of each recipe which can certainly help as you are flipping through the options.
Additional features include being able to add a note to recipes in case you have made any changes you want to remember, the ability to bookmark recipes, you can email recipes to family and friends, shake your device to get a random recipe to try out, the ability to search for a recipe by name, and the fact you don't need an Internet connection to browse through the recipes. The user interface feels very bare-bones and certainly isn't as dynamic as many of the newer offerings in this category. The quality of the thumbnail photos also feels sub-par.