Forks Over Knives (Recipes)

Forks Over Knives (Recipes)

By Forks Over Knives, LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2014-08-13
  • Current Version: 1.400
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 135.64 MB
  • Developer: Forks Over Knives, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 950 Ratings


#1 Food & Drink App and Featured as 'Best New App' by Apple - this is the essential recipe app from the makers of the critically-acclaimed film Forks Over Knives. Discover over 400 hearty and decadent meals from over 20 leading chefs, with new recipes added weekly! Every recipe fits the whole-food, plant-based lifestyle that a growing number of health professionals recognize can help stave off and even reverse chronic ailments like heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Features: - Over 400 (and growing) great-tasting, whole-food, plant-based recipes - with new recipes added weekly! - Find and prepare your favorite recipes with ease - Preparation made simple with step-by-step instructions - Synchronize your shoppings lists across multiple devices with iCloud - For each step, see the ingredients you need with just a tap - Convenient shopping list for the grocery items you need to pick up - Landscape mode for viewing recipes full-screen, with step-by-step instructions - Contributions from over 50 leading chefs. - Tips on the plant-based lifestyle and more! We hope you love using the Forks Over Knives App. If you have any suggestions about how a recipe or the app could be improved even further, please email us at We'd love to hear from you.



  • Beverages

    By peemile
    This app is my favorite of them all but you should definitely add a sections for drinks it would make it sooo much better
  • Outstanding and Growing

    By Wcppt2
    Wonderful app for eating well and especially for the WFPB diet. Recipes layout is well thought out and beautifully displayed. The search and category features allow easy browsing and meal planning. And the library of recipes keeps growing!
  • Fabulous app but....

    By Barbelljimmy
    I love almost everything about this app. I love the recipes we’ve tried so far, the interface with shopping list options. I REALLY wish there was basic nutrition and portion size guidelines for the recipes. With that addition, I would give the app 6 stars.
  • Recipes only, no meal planner

    By no oil, really?
    I thought I was purchasing a meal planner plus recipe app.. I see now that the meal planner is a separate purchase. Plant based recipes are widely available online without paying.
  • Freeze

    By Hatsumi3
    Wish you never purchased the app
  • Aquafaba ingredient destroys recipes

    By Birtee987
    You have to have a lot of canned beans to waste or plan WAY ahead of time to make your own “aquafaba.” Is that actually a word? Those recipes should be replaced with something we can actually use. I keep stumbling across that as an ingredient that makes the recipe useless Even making your own is a pain to tell if the consistency is correct.
  • Forks Over Knives

    By WholeAndHealed
    I bought the app expecting more than recipes, success stories, and opportunities to sell more of their products. I agree that it’s good to go to a recipe, and then add needed ingredients to your shopping list, but you can only do that with recipes on their app. Another element lacking is the ability to plan your meals utilizing the app, and then add needed ingredients to the shopping list. Instead, they want to sell you their meal planning app which does not necessarily coincide with individual priorities. The book, The Forks Over Knives Plan: A 4-Week Meal-By-Meal Makeover, asks you to prioritize what you want to get out of a whole food-plant based diet. My priorities are health, ease, pleasure, and acceptance. The Forks Over Knives Meal Planning app does not appear to do that, because they provide the dishes for that week, and it does not appear to take into consideration locally grown produce, and time constraints. The Forks Over Knives app would benefit from putting blank meal planning forms online so that individuals could fill in their meal plans. It would also be useful to have the ability to incorporate recipes from some of the many other books in their series. Maybe they don’t want to miss the opportunity to sell you more of their books with these recipes. You should be able to have access to all of their “branded” recipes on the app. It’s too bad that the app is more into selling you cooking classes, meal planning apps, and events, rather than assisting in helping to create a healthier individual. Profits seem to be of greater importance.
  • Not worth paying for

    By Eat leaf not beef
    This app is fine. It’s nice to have all of the whole Food recipes in one place. Often when searching online a lot of the recipes that come up are not actually whole food so this is nice for that reason, however I have seen quite a few of these recipes for free online so paying for the app feels like a foolish purchase. What I really need from this app is for it to tell me how long sauces and dressings and such can keep in the fridge. There are quite a few things, examples being cheese sauce or pasta sauce, that I would love to make a large jar of but I do not have freezer space so I’d like to know how long they would keep in the fridge. You also cannot view the ingredients and recipes at the same time so you have to keep switching back and fourth to see what quantities you need to be adding. This also isn’t a meal planning app as it claims to be, it is just a WFPB recipe database. To recap: the recipes look good but can be found elsewhere online, you cannot plan meals by day or week, I don’t know how long the food I make will keep, poor navigation/organization. If it was free this app would be great but all in all: Not worth the money.
  • Best recipe app out there

    By ldk1000
    Of course the recipes are wonderful but the functionality of the app is far beyond anything else out there. This app is so easy to use. You can add individual ingredients to the shopping list or all, you can easily switch between instructions and ingredient list amounts without changing screens. And you can mark your favorite recipes. The recipes are also really simple!! Love it.
  • Recipes are Unappealing

    By Zachyvengeance
    First off, LOVE LOVE this documentary. Thank you so much! But in sadness, I find that the recipes here (especially breakfast) Just sound like I’d rather be choking down wood chips :*( For veganism to stick (especially for those who are not moral vegans but rather those attempting to make the switch for their health) it needs to be tempting to the palate and relatively easy to make. Most of the recipes have ingredients I’ve never heard of, let alone purchased before. (Seriously chick pea flour?) Sorry not my cup of tea