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SP_COACH_DENISE Posts: 33,532
4/23/10 7:37 A

Yes, you can use the recipe calculator on SparkRecipes.com . Once you enter it there, you can also add it to your nutrition tracker. There is a new recipe tab button in the add a food window on the nutrition tracker that has an easy way to pull your recipes and other recipes you have saved. Otherwise, you can use the link on the actual recipe page to add it to your tracker.

I hope that helps!

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SEATOWN_GAL Posts: 1,004
4/22/10 11:22 P

I am newer so there might be something else. However I have input a couple of my favorite recipe's in the recipe calculator (on the spark recipes page) and then I saved them in my recipe box. Now I can pull them up whenever I want. I plan on putting more recikpes in when I have time.

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SUZI9876 Posts: 140
4/22/10 1:40 P

I create most of my own casserole recipes. How can I determine their nutritional information?

"So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God." 1 Cor. 10:31
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