Recipe Nutrition Calculator
Unlock detailed nutritional information for any recipe. Simply paste a recipe link below to analyze your recipe’s nutrition.
Analyze nutritional for any recipe
Quickly and easily access detailed nutritional breakdowns and calculate calories in any recipe—from recipes you’ve discovered online to recipes you’ve created yourself.
Reliable nutritional data from sources you trust
Our recipe nutrition and calorie calculator combines ingredient data with USDA recommendations to provide you with accurate and in-depth nutritional information.
Improve the nutritional content of your recipe
Discover how each ingredient affects your recipe’s health score and make modifications to enhance its nutritional value.
Nutrition Calculator FAQ
Our nutrition and calorie calculator gathers nutritional data from several different sources, including the USDA and original product labels, among others. Each ingredient is assigned a nutritional value based on the data collected from these sources. To calculate the nutritional information of a recipe, ingredient quantities are converted into grams and then multiplied by these predefined nutritional values (per 100 grams).
By breaking down the ingredients of each recipe, we’re able to calculate key nutritional data for each ingredient, including calories, carbs, protein, fat, sodium, and sugar. Our nutrition calculator then aggregates that data to calculate an overall health score for each ingredient. The overall recipe health score is calculated by combining these individual ingredient scores and the nutrient data for the recipe. The higher the health score, the healthier the recipe.
Samsung Food automatically calculates the nutritional value of a single serving based on the total listed servings of a recipe. If you want to adjust the size of a single serving, you will need to log in and change the total servings of a recipe.
Because our nutrition calculator calculates the health score of each ingredient, you can see how each of the ingredients in your recipe affect its overall health score. By reducing or omitting energy dense ingredients or using healthier substitutes (for instance, olive oil instead of butter or sour cream instead of mayonnaise), you can improve the overall nutritional value of your recipe.
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