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Free Printable Recipe Cards

These free printable recipe cards will keep all of your favorite recipes organized in one place, and they’ll look pretty too! 🙂

Free Printable Recipe Cards in Two Different Styles

Earlier this week I talked about my struggle with meal planning, and how it has always been so difficult for me because my recipes were scattered everywhere. Eeek!

To solve this problem, I created a printable recipe binder (and shared it with you, of course!), but I felt like there was still a little something missing, so today I’m back with some free printable recipe cards to go with it! (There are even two different styles for you to choose from!)

[Pssssttt…. You can see allllllllll of the free printables we offer on the blog in our free printable library!]

Free Printable Recipe Cards and Recipe Pages

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Since I wanted some recipe pages that would coordinate perfectly with my aforementioned recipe binder, the first style is designed to do just that!

Each recipe gets a full page, which includes plenty of space to list the ingredients and directions.

Free Printables to Help You Create an Organized Recipe Binder

I simply printed my pages on standard 8.5″ x 11″ paper, punched a few holes, and popped the sheets into my recipe binder so that I had some blank copies on hand for the next time I wanted to write down a recipe.

I love the recipe binder system, but I know a lot of people still prefer to keep their recipes in a box, so I couldn’t leave them out! I also created a recipe card template that is the standard 4″ x 6″ size so you can keep your recipe box looking neat and tidy (and pretty too 😉 ).

Pretty and Free Printable Recipe Cards for a Recipe Box (4" x 6")

I printed my recipe cards on card stock so they would be a little sturdier. Then I cut them out, and they were ready for recipes!

Rather than make you hop around and download a bunch of different items separately, I’ve bundled up the recipe binder and both styles of recipe cards all together, and you can get them all by clicking the button below. Easy peasy!

Download the Free Printable Recipe Binder

I’m always amazed at how putting a simple organizational system into place can really streamline the entire process and save me so much time! The recipe binder and cards have definitely done that for me, and I hope they will be helpful for you as well!

Organize All of Your Recipes with Free Printable Recipe Cards in Two Different Styles

And if you’d like more details about how I put together my recipe binder and the materials I used to do so, you can pop over to the recipe binder post:

Love these super cute free printable recipe cards! She even gives two styles -- one type to fit in a recipe binder and also traditional 4 x 6 recipe cards! Head over to the post to print yours and organize your recipes!

Free Printable Recipe Binder

And while you’re at it, grab these other printable binders too!

Budget Binder

Home Binder

Student Binder

How do you keep your recipes organized to make meal planning and prep easier? I’d love to hear about your strategy in the comments below!

Have a wonderful week!

Abby

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The images below are from a previous version of this post.

Love these super cute free printable recipe cards! She even gives two styles -- one type to fit in a recipe binder and also traditional 4 x 6 recipe cards! Head over to the post to print yours and organize your recipes!
Love these super cute free printable recipe cards! She even gives two styles -- one type to fit in a recipe binder and also traditional 4 x 6 recipe cards! Head over to the post to print yours and organize your recipes!

17 Comments

  1. Melanie@SimpleMadePretty says:

    Thanks for sharing this free printable! I pinned it for later 🙂 I purchased the Homemaking bundle on day 2 of the sale and I’m reading your ebook that was included – it was one of reasons why I got the bundle! 🙂

  2. Cute printable. Much nicer than my yellow notepad. I think a recipe binder is the best wedding gift a mom can give a child. Have a great day.

    Pam

  3. Crystal Barton says:

    Abby, you always make the best printables! I am going to make a recipe book for my nephew and these will work perfectly for what I am wanting to do. Thanks Abby!

  4. Zaha Cassis says:

    Hi Abby! This is the first time I comment on your blog and I have to say: I’M A FAN! <3
    I loved this printables, specially the little ones 🙂 I hope one day I have the time enough to make such a beautiful work to my readers, srly I love all the effort and the work you do!

    Greetings from Venezuela 🙂

    1. justagirlabby says:

      You are too sweet, Zaha! Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!

      ~Abby =)

  5. HeavenOnEarth says:

    Thank you for remembering those of us who like to put our recipe cards in a box! And thank you for the free printables Abby!! 🙂

  6. Thank you so much for sharing. These will come in handy I’m trying to get my mom to write down her recipes. She is always clipping recipes that she likes, I figure this way she will be better organized and have everything together.

  7. Love these 🙂 where do you get the cute binders to put them in?

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Hi, Kathy! The binder in this post is from Office Depot, from the See Jane Work line. I also find a lot of pretty binders at Target. Have a great week!

      ~Abby =)

  8. Do you print the full size pages on regular paper and then slip them into a cover or do the full sized ones go on cardstock too? Do you put the whole recipe binder on a book stand when you’re cooking. I’m trying to figure out how you keep the pages and covers clean. Any pointers? Thanks!

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Hi, Lisa! I typically just print them on regular paper– some of my pages definitely have spots on them from ingredients! If you’re worried about that, you could definitely pop them into a clear sleeve, which would wipe off easily. Have a great day!

      ~Abby =)

  9. Hi Abby, thank you so much for offering these adorable printable pages. I absolutely love them and have printed about a hundred for my own recipe book that I’ve been building for years. But I recently purchased a recipe book for my daughter for graduation and all she wanted was her own book of our family recipes. However it’s not the typical binder size. It measures 9” x 7”, any chance you have pages that would fit that size?

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Hi, Jill! Thank you so much for your sweet words! The only thing I have other than the full size pages are half size pages (so 5.5″ x 8.5″) that are included in my eBook, Simplify (https://justagirlandherblog.com/organize). To see if those would fit her binder, you could cut a standard sheet of paper in half and check it. I hope this helps! Have a great day!

      ~Abby =)

  10. Hi Abby, am trying to organize all my favorite recipes, really excited about your free printable. I downloaded the recipe template but its not letting me type into it, any pointers for that, or did you just hand write in yours? I have a MacBook Pro that I’m working with
    Thanks

    1. justagirlabby says:

      Hi, Heidi! I just handwrite mine. The printables aren’t editable. Thanks!

      ~Abby =)

  11. Hi Abby what size did you use for your recipe cards?

    1. Abby Lawson says:

      Hi, Raquel! They are 4″ x 6″. 🙂

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