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SOMKHE SparkPoints: (7,352)
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1/24/13 8:41 A

Hi GUTTERBALLT, welcome to sparkpeople. You can access the recipe calculator via sparkrecipes.com (It's right on the menu bar) or via my trackers - my nutrition, in the box where you search the food there are 4 tabs, choose the last one that says recipe and on the bottom it says access recipe calculator. Hope this helps, hava a fantastic morning :D

GUTTERBALLT SparkPoints: (8)
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1/22/13 9:24 P

I'm new to this site. Can someone tell me where to find such an app?

LINDAJL3 SparkPoints: (20,886)
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7/12/12 10:42 P

Hope it works for you this time, good luck

NOELANI6696 SparkPoints: (1,411)
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7/12/12 12:28 P

I'll have to try it again because I did that assuming it would divide the calories but nothing happened : ( I ended up doing it manually - hope I got it right! Thanks for the help!!!

SOMKHE SparkPoints: (7,352)
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7/11/12 3:23 P

On the recipe calculator, to the right, there is a box that says "enter number of servings" you have to enter it manually. Then it will calculate the nutritional value per serving. Hope I could help you :)

LINDAJL3 SparkPoints: (20,886)
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7/10/12 5:36 P

Add all the ingredients in the recipe calculator. In Sparks recipes, the top right hand corner has a pull down menu that says 'my recipes', under that click on 'add a new recipe', that gives you a spot to add all your ingredients, then to the right there is a spot where you enter how many servings the recipe makes and that will calculate each serving for you. After that, you can add the recipe to your tracker or make your own cookbooks of recipes you've entered or you like to use from Sparks so you can find them easier. Adding them to your favorites on your tracker makes it easy to find for next time.
I hope this helps.

NOELANI6696 SparkPoints: (1,411)
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7/10/12 4:14 P

I added the full amount I used for every ingredient in the recipe box assuming it would allow me to enter the serving size and break the calories per serving down for me but it didn't. Any tips how to do this?

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