WPZOOM Introduces Recipe Card Blocks Pro For Gutenberg

A few months ago, WPZOOM announced a major update of Recipe Card Blocks, a free plugin for the WordPress Gutenberg editor, along with an upcoming pro version. Recipe Card Blocks Pro is even better at presenting your recipes in style.

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Recipe Card Blocks Pro

Star Rating
Recipe Video
Colour Customization
Recipe Card Settings

In times in which more food is photographed than people or sightseeing spots, many people find recipes not only in traditional cookbooks, but online in food blogs. For enthusiastic hobby chefs – and those who don’t know how to cook but absolutely want to introduce grandma’s delicious home cooking to a wide audience – there must be an easy way to publish recipes on a WordPress site. Well, Recipe Card Blocks Pro is perfectly suited for this.

Check out the additional features of the Pro version:

  • Star Ratings
  • Colour Customization
  • Recipe Video Integration
  • Advanced Pinterest Options
  • No Footer Credit
  • Roadmap: Nutrition Facts, Adjustable Ingredients & Servings, Import Options & New Block Designs Coming Soon

The recipe card plugin works just fine with WPZOOM’s Cookely and Foodica WordPress food blog themes or any other theme.

Check Out The Recipes Card Plugin »

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