Want to know more about creating your own My Good Food account? Take a look at the benefits, plus why downloading our app could make life so much easier in the kitchen.
Upload your own recipes
In a few simple steps, you can add your ingredients, method, image and cooking times, then hit save and wait for it to be published on the BBC Good Food site.
Save your favourite recipes
There’s nothing more irritating than finding a great recipe, cooking it, then forgetting which one it was the next time you need it – and this is highly likely, considering we have over 12,000 recipes on the site. Registering for a My Good Food account makes that a problem of the past, because you can save your favourite recipes in your own virtual recipe binder, safe for the next time you’re panicking about what to cook.
Sort your recipes
Not only does a My Good Food account allow you to save recipes, but you can organise them, too. Create your own collections and call them whatever you like. From ‘Dinner party favourites’ to ‘Best vegan desserts’, you can have fun labelling your collections as you wish.
Comment on and rate recipes and guides
We get regular feedback from users saying how much they appreciate the comments section. You can ask the Good Food team questions about specific recipes, join in a discussion about weaning your baby, or what to eat before a marathon, as part of the biggest online food media community in the UK. Plus, tell us how you rate our recipes.
Create a profile
Write a bio, link your social media accounts and add a photo to create your own My Good Food profile.
Our companion app
Having a My Good Food account also allows you to sign in to our companion app. The app provides a more streamlined recipe experience for users, and you can also access your saved recipes and recipe collections offline – useful for when you’re stuck with no signal in the supermarket.
Have we managed to convince you? Sign up to open your free account today – it only takes a few seconds, and we’ll be adding some exciting new features very soon, so watch this space.