Recipe Bullet Journal Page Ideas
Diving into the world of Bullet Journal page ideas, today we’ll be talking about adding recipes to your journal.
That’s a fun thing to add to your Bullet Journal; after all, you’re more likely to try it if it’s something written on the page of your notebook than something on your Pinterest board.
It can be one or two pages occasionally met in your BuJo, or you can actually use these ideas to start your own recipe journal.
A recipe page can be a perfect way to remember something interesting you’ve seen online or maybe just to never forget your grandma’s cake recipe.
Which I absolutely did; I wish I had a Bullet Journal when she shared her Napoleon cake recipe!
Writing down a recipe is also a good practice because it will help you to get a better understanding of how to make the dish.
So let’s take a look at all the different ways you can include recipes in your Bullet Journal.
There is also a free printable at the end of the post, so be sure to check it out.
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Bullet Journal Recipe Page Ideas
When people say a recipe page, I always think of those boring old cookbooks where it's just a bunch of text. Those were always so difficult for me to work through.
Of course, now we know better how to present the information in a fun and creative way while also making it easier to understand. Like some of the pages below.
Illustrative Recipe Page
We're starting with something more illustrative and elaborate.
You don't have to create it like that, but it's a fun idea to combine practicality and creativity on one page.
Recipe Page With Photo
If you want to decorate your page but are not sure about your creative abilities, you can always just use a photo. Even though of course, this page is also decorated with lemon doodles and beautiful brush lettering.
Spooky Recipe Page
This is such a beautiful page, and I'm loving the style used here with all those browns.
It's kind of classy but also a bit spooky - a perfect one for a Halloween-themed recipe.
Simple Recipe Page
You don't have to be extra with your recipe pages, just writing down the ingredients and instructions can work just as well.
Just adding a little color and bullet points makes it so clear and easy to understand.
Doodly Step-By-Step Recipe
This is an easy recipe, so it's pretty convenient to use this style for it.
It's a perfect mix of doodles and text to create clear and easy-to-follow instructions.
Mac & Cheese
I'm so obsessed with this page and with mac and cheese, actually.
It has all my favorite things - step-by-step instructions and visual representation. Plus, how absolutely stunning is the brush lettering in the header!
Cute Recipe Page
I love cute Bullet Journal pages, and this one is a great example of this style.
It's such a fun idea to divide the recipe using those little sticky notes. Those memos are super important! Often I ignored memos and just followed the recipe, which didn't always end well.
Eclair Recipe Page
Speaking of desserts, how amazing is this spread? The eclairs on the left look so delicious I'm dreaming of having one right now.
I must say, for me, this recipe s not enough; I definitely need more detail; ed instructions for any sort of baking. But I'm pretty horrible when it comes to baking, for an experienced baker this might be just enough information.
Easy Banana Bread Recipe
It seems like a lot of people are baking pros! This recipe also has so little information, more like a list of ingredients.
But it's super cute. I always say, if you draw your doodles smaller, it adds extra cuteness to them.
Aesthetic Recipe Page
This spread is so stylish I'd even put it in the frame and just tell people it's a high valued family recipe.
I love all the little details with washi and those cooking stickers. They all come together so nicely.
Recipe Page With Kraft Paper
First of all, I want to mention that I'm in love with the colors here. This pink is incredible, so bright but also muted, and it works so well with brown.
Definitely special points for adding kraft paper here. I love using it to decorate my journal. If you do too, be sure to check my post with Kraft Paper Bullet Journal Inspirations.
Fruit Soup Recipe
Who can tell me what's fruit soup? Is it a punch or a smoothie? I'm confused.
But no matter my confusion, I can still see how beautiful this page is, with cute illustrations and bright happy summer colors.
Olivie Salad Recipe
We're finishing this list with a banger - an amazing spread for a fantastic dish.
I love all the details of the ingredients; it's all done in such an artistic style. And the dish is a salad which is traditionall dish for the New Year celebration.
Maybe I should create a page like that in my journal just to add some holiday spirit to it.
Free Printable Recipe Page
Of course, there is a special freebie for you – a pre-made recipe page. So you can try it out in your Bullet Journal quickly and see if it’s something you want to do in the future.
It’s already available in the Resources Vault under “miscellaneous”.
If you don’t have access yet, simply sign up at the form below.
Once you confirm your subscription, you’ll get access to this page and 100+ other free printables.
I hope all these stunning pages inspired you to create one in your Bullet Journal.
What kind of recipes would you add to your journal?
Let us know in the comments!
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And remember: Keep Bullet Journaling, and Don’t Be A Blob.