Top 5 food and drinks Amazon Alexa Skills (September 2019)

Amazon Alexa market Food and drinks Top skills

Shopping lists, tutorials, brands, and devices. These are the current top food and drinks Alexa use case. I wonder if it would be technically possible to have a skill that would record kitchen activities (ex. chopping or cooking something) and offer advice based on only the sounds. The first use case that comes to mind would be something like “Hey! Come grab your stovetop popcorn! It’ll be perfect in 10 seconds!”.

OurGroceries by HeadCode – 4.5 out of 5, 2356 ratings, 473 reviews

This skill lets you add items to the shopping lists on your OurGroceries app. The app keeps your grocery lists instantly synchronized on all the iPhone and Android smartphones in your household—and it’s free! It also tracks recipes, takes photos of items, and scans barcodes.
Random review: I read every review before setting this up, then tried to avoid the issues that were mentioned. I went to the Our Groceries website and deleted the default Shopping List.Then I created specific lists like Groceries and Target. I have one called Sally, for Sally Beauty Supply. After creating an account and password on that website, I was ready to link Alexa. She worked like a charm! “Alexa, ask Our Groceries to add gel to Sally.”… “Added gel to Sally.” (love her) I checked my phone app and there it was, like magic. “Alexa, ask Our Groceries to add toilet paper to Target.”….” Adding toilet paper to Target.” She has performed just as well ever since. (5 out of 5)

Culver’s by Culver’s – 4.4 out of 5, 535 ratings, 20 reviews

The Culver’s skill allows you to quickly hear about Flavors of the Day at nearby locations, upcoming flavors and more.
Random review: Below Is my original review. Yesterday I turned off location and thenturned it back on. Now when I say exactly this” Alexa, ask Culver’s, what is the flavor of the day” it works perfectly. Never works.I have to ask several times. Tell it the location each time if she does recognize the question. Easier to look it up on the ipad (4 out of 5)

Chop Chop by – 4 out of 5, 22 ratings, 21 reviews

Chop Chop is a handsfree kitchen companion serving up fun, easy to follow tutorials on chopping fresh produce. From the basics to the exotics, Chop Chop’s step-by-step instructions will have you slicing and dicing in no time.
Random review: This is such a cool idea. People pay so much money to attend cooking classes where they do a mediocre job at teaching these types of knife skills.
CHOP CHOP is free, and commentary is hilarious. (5 out of 5)

MEATER by Apption Labs – 4.4 out of 5, 106 ratings, 14 reviews

MEATER is the world’s first wireless smart meat thermometer. Insert a MEATER probe in your meat or fish while cooking, and MEATER will keep you up to date on the status of your cook, and alert you when your food is ready for perfect results, every time.
Random review: I have used my Meater for over 20 cooks at this point and it works great if you just follow the directions. You can see what is going on from anywhere.i connect my iPad using Bluetooth and see updates via the phone.Smoking a brisket the other night and had Alexa give me updates from the bed. (5 out of 5)

Patrón Tequila by Patrón – 4 out of 5, ratings, 54 reviews

Patrón on Alexa allows you to easily find and make tequila cocktails from the comfort of home. Begin using the skill by saying “Alexa, ask Patrón” followed by a cocktail request based on type, flavor, occasion or ingredients you have available. Then, easily make the drink by listening to the recipe and instructions.
Random review: Fantastic – easy to use. So much fun! (5 out of 5)