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Katie's Recipe Quantity Calculator
(originally posted on FruitFromWashington.com)

 

 

Using the Recipe Adjuster Program:

1) Enter Name of Recipe:
2) Enter Conversion Factor:[ Half] [ One-and-a-half times] [ Double] [ Triple] 
Or Enter a Factor (please write as a decimal, i.e., 1.5 to multiply by "one-and-a-half"):

3) Enter the Quantity, click on the appropriate Unit, and type in the name of the Ingredient.
4) Check to show original recipe amounts.
5) (Optional) Enter recipe direction (scroll down).
6)Click Calculate to convert the recipe by the factor you entered.

Quantity*
Unit
Ingredient
*(Enter amounts as fractions, ex: 1 1/2)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)
cup tablespoon
teaspoon pounds none (your description)

If you'd like to add directions for your printout, type them here:

Interactive Recipe Scaling program by Katie Eberhart.
www.SolsticeLight.com

I developed this recipe scaling program for fruitfromwashington.com about ten years ago and am providing it now on my web site solsticelight.com I hope it helps you with your recipe recalculating and adjusting.

After calculating, if you want to keep the result, be sure to print the page or use your browser to save your converted recipe. Remember, when you leave these pages the information you enter is gone-so save or print a copy.

Also, as usual no guarantees as to results but I've received loads of email over the years in the vein of "this program saved me..." usually around Thanksgiving time.

Page Updated April 21, 2012


 

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