Hi Tessie, a way to do this (but it's not easy) is to measure your ingredients you add to the crockpot. Then also measure how many cups it made of finished product/recipe before any is eaten. With that info you can input your own recipe into SparkRecipes, and get accurate nutrition and serving size info. I did this with my BBQ beef. recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai l. asp?recipe=701860
Hi Tessie, welcome aboard. Some recipes do and some dont. Its a lot of work but you have to sit down and figure out the calories for each ingredient and then how many servings are in each pot. Then divide the number of servings into the total calories for the recipe. Add it to your favorites and then its always there. Enjoy your journey.
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I love using my crockpot because I have 3 kids and soon 6 grandkids and when they are all here I make good use of it. When the team submits recipes do they have all the nutrition info with them such as calories per serving etc. I am having trouble with some of my recipes because I do not have this info and I don't know what to put in the daily meal planner for them. I am trying to keep my calorie count below 1500 so this info is important.Thanks for the help. Tessie125
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