I don’t know about you, but I get super lazy when it comes to buying and reading cookbooks. Spoon’s series of video recipes are not only addicting to watch, but they speed up the process by allowing you to see the entire cooking process in under 2 minutes.
In our technology-driven society, it’s no wonder that traditional cookbooks and paper recipes will be retired and replaced with digital recipes. In addition to their visual appeal, these video recipes are so helpful because they can help you gauge what a recipe should look like at each step.
I’ve gathered what I think are the best of the Spoon recipe videos. Put down your cookbook, whip out your computer and start cooking.
This recipe is something that I never knew I needed.
These tots are always a good idea at any time of the day.
Impress your brunch guests with this simple yet genius recipe.
This recipe is the greatest new hybrid.
Because avocado makes everything better, am I right?
This recipe is perfect for those cold, lazy days.
Make this in bulk and voila, you have healthy lunches for the week.
Add a side of grits and this is an instant comfort food.
Surprise your roommates with this easy yet high-quality meal.
This recipe is a twist on the childhood favorite.
Honestly, this recipe is just genius.
An all-around crowd pleaser.
S’mores with an epic twist.
One word: Nutella. Make it like this.
Because it’s never a bad time for a mojito.
Creamy and refreshing.
When you want to treat yo’self but don’t have the courage to order this in public.
Despite the new opportunities and innovation that these video recipes provide, I still suggest keeping Grandma’s 50-year-old chicken pot pie recipe too.