BBC Good Food cooking app
Switch up your usual dinnertime staples with help from our new BBC Good Food cooking app. With over 13,000+ recipes to choose from and exclusive recipes added every month, there’s something for everyone.
Discover the new BBC Good Food cooking app, filled with over 13,000+ recipes, skills videos and expert masterclasses to inspire you and improve your results in the kitchen. The BBC Good Food app has everything in one place, completely ad-free. This month for Pancake Day, see our banoffee pie pancakes recipe, exclusive to app users only.
With a subscription to our app, you can try brand new and exclusive recipes every month, so you'll always find something tasty to make. You’ll be able to put your own questions to our expert team, and access a wide range of how-to videos and classes, too.
- Discover more than 13,000 recipes
- Watch how-to videos and masterclasses
- Put your questions to our experts
- Comment on and rate our recipes
- Keep your recipe on-screen with Cook Mode
- Enjoy an ad-free experience
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I subscribe to the app?
- Visit the app store on your mobile device
- Choose the BBC Good Food app and download it
- Select your subscription terms
- Create an account by entering your email address and password
- Enter your payment details
- Enjoy your fantastic benefits
After taking out a free trial for three months, you can either pay monthly or annually:
Free for the first three months (try the app with a free trial)
Pay annually: £24.99/year (save 54% over paying monthly)
Pay monthly: £4.49/month
Funding quality content
BBC Good Food is published by Immediate Media Company Limited, published under licence from BBC Studios Distribution. BBC Good Food is a commercial brand owned by Immediate Media and does not benefit from the TV Licence fee. The brand comprises bbcgoodfood.com, BBC Good Food magazine, BBC Good Food books and BBC Good Food live events.
Your support helps us fund BBC Good Food’s commitment to quality, exclusive recipes, written by experts in the industry. It also enables us to continue to invest in new products and features, such as the new BBC Good Food app.
We’re offering a subscription service because our content is exclusive, it has added value and is curated by experts.
We’ll continue to make cooking at home as enjoyable as possible.