Free, App Store or Google Play While the Runtasty app doesn’t hold a large number of recipes, it’s definitely still been useful for lunch and dinner inspo. My favourite feature is the ‘How To’ videos, which you’ll find useful if you’re lacking confidence in the kitchen. I found the ‘How to Cut an Avocado’ video especially helpful (I’ve never been completely sure how to get the stone out!). Each recipe is laid out well, clearly displaying the cooking time and difficulty of each, which is key for anyone trying to fit in work, cooking, exercise and a social life. Another handy feature is the set of icons that appear on the ‘Recipes’ tab, giving you a snapshot of each recipe’s nutrient profile, e.g. high protein, low sugar, vegan friendly etc. However, I found that several of the lunch and dinner recipes were low-carb and, as a novice runner, I didn’t find this particularly supportive of my training, and needed to add additional starchy foods to some of the recipes.