Use our Recipe Roundup feature for your roundup posts and we’ll automatically output the ItemList metadata that Google needs to display your recipes in a Carousel.
You have full control over the layout of these roundup posts. The part you need to add can be as simple as a link or a button. Below, we created a recipe summary in the Template Editor with button to take you to the actual recipe.
The roundup items can be links to your own recipes or to recipes on external websites, like the example at the bottom of this page.
Example roundup items using the Summary Template
For example, this could be a roundup post listing kid-friendly recipes on our website:
1. Amazing Vegetable Pizza
You can’t go wrong with pizza. Have you met a kid that doesn’t love a delicious pie, fresh from the oven? Cut up some vegetables and let them decorate their own pizza for some fun cooking time together.
2. Bacon Cheeseburger with Fries
It might not be the healthiest option but a cheeseburger with fries just works. You’ll see smiling faces all around when you bring this dish to table, from adults and kids alike!
3. Caramel Pancakes
Pancakes for breakfast or lunch? Yes please! Top them off with our amazing caramel sauce and we guarantee everyone will be asking for seconds. Wouldn’t you?
4. Virgin Rosemary Mojito
Having a cocktail party that you want your kids to enjoy as well? Why not give this Virgin Rosemary Mojito a try. Almost as delicious as the real thing and kid-friendly!
5. Tomato Salsa
Check this example link to an external website!
Example Roundup List using the Clean template
In the example above, we added the roundup item by creating a regular post and adding individual roundup items. We also have the option to create the list and display it as a whole. In this case using the “Roundup Clean” template.
Check out the kid friendly recipes we created ourselves:
Or try these recipes from other food bloggers that we love: