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Recipe Binder – Heart of the Farm Planner

Recipe Binder – Heart of the Farm Planner

I am working to organize my recipes into a recipe binder this year. In case you haven’t noticed, I kind of have a thing for recipes. I have recipe books which I (sort of) organize. I try to keep them well organized, but they just keep GROWING! My recipe binders are like living, growing creatures.

So when my friend Cory at Heart of the Farm Planners offered to send me an awesome new recipe binder, I was beyond thrilled! Yes, please.

Finally, a place for my “forever” recipes! Not ones I want to try, not ones that merely inspire – this is a place to respectfully place our family’s most favorite and treasured recipes.

She knows what she’s doing, for sure. Check out this adorable packaging!! I’ll admit, I saved opening it for a rainy day because I wanted to have an “experience” opening it. Some of you know what I’m talking about, right? It’s like Christmas morning!

Let’s check this out…

This thing is STURDY. Like two generations kind of sturdy, which is great because it gets a ton of use.

recipe binder

There were two patterns available and I got the dots. The animal print is pretty darn cute, too! I love the tabs – they’re perfect!


In addition to page protectors in full sheet and 4×6 format to store recipes (you can buy more through Heart of the Farm or add your own), there are also genius “memory cards” These can be placed next to recipes to help share the story of the food with friends and family. I love this idea!

recipe binder

I’ve started filling up my binder – with the amount of recipes I have, it’s gonna take a while but that’s okay 🙂

If you’d like to get your own recipe binder, recipe cards and more, check out Heart of the Farm Planner

Be sure to check out the Heart of the Farm website and Facebook page, too!!

Made with love,


*** Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post and I was given a binder in exchange for my review. I wouldn’t endorse something I don’t love, so rest assured comments, thoughts, and opinions are my own. ***

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Val - Corn, Beans, Pigs & Kids

Monday 18th of September 2017

Your recipe binder looks nice! I received a similar recipe book ten years ago at one of my bridal showers and have slowly filled it up with my "tried and true" recipes over the years. It's nice to have a go-to cookbook :)

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