if you add up all of the dry ingredients they will have the same amount of calories as the cooked. so measure your dry ingredients and write down what you are putting in. entering it as a spark recipe sparkrecipes.com
[also under the articles and videos tab] is an easy way to do this. then you have several options for your output.
the easiest way is to divide your total cooked yield by 4/5/6/however many it makes and enter that number as the recipe yield. you can also portion out all of the portions at this time. so if you decide that your recipe makes five portions, divide it out into five equal portions in five containers.
the more complicated way is to let it cool and weigh the total yield. then you can enter the total weight [say 500 grams] as the yield for the recipe. entering it as making a single serving is the way for you to do the least math and the program to do all of it. because then, when you measure out your first bowl [say 67 grams] you select that recipe and enter 67 grams where you see the 500 grams for the whole recipe. granted if your recipe comes out soupy sometimes and thick others, you'll need to weigh each pot [where if you always divide it into x many equal portions you don't have to weigh each one except to make sure it's the same weight as the others].
-google first. ask questions later.