By Interstitial Solutions LLC
Healthy eating is now easier than ever with the RecipeIQ app! How? Most recipes don’t include nutrition facts, which makes it hard to meet dietary guidelines. Luckily, our recipe analyzer reveals nutritional values for conscious home cooking so you can create healthy recipes. From creative foodies and cooks to dieters and diabetics – whatever your diet, allergy, or nutritional goal, this is a must-have tool for your kitchen. The RecipeIQ nutrition calculator will help you stay conscious of what you eat every day and will help you make healthier choices. By recognizing the importance of a healthy balanced diet, you will start to learn about your body and the nutrition it needs. RecipeIQ is free to download and has in-app purchases for access to all features. Get the Facts Right Add recipes from an online source, scan them from a cookbook or magazine, or even add your own healthy recipes. The app will then calculate all the nutritional facts you are looking for: • Calories • Fat • Sugars • Carbohydrates • Sodium • Protein • Fiber • And More… Add, Switch, Save! This easy-to-use recipe calculator will help transform your home cooking in 3 simple steps: Add: Snap a photo of any recipe, paste a link to an online recipe, or enter the information of your own recipe manually. This recipe calculator will automatically generate the ingredients and nutrition facts. Switch: Edit or add ingredients to suit your dietary specifications or preferences and create healthy recipes. Save: Review the updated nutritional info to ensure compatibility with your dietary needs. Name the recipe something you will remember and add a picture to it – this will remind you of how great the meal was so you cook it again in the future. The more favorites you save, the easier healthy eating will become, as you build your own personalized virtual cookbook in your recipe calculator. Now just go to the View mode, and cook with confidence! You can access your recipes whenever, wherever. Want to go all the way to super healthy mode? Make use of our new features! Menu Feature: Create your meal plan for the day and calculate the nutritional value for all the recipes together. Sub Recipes: Save your homemade sauces and toppings in RecipeIQ and add them as sub recipes to your meals. Reverse Nutrition: Determine which ingredients contribute to each nutritional component. Where is the fat coming from? Why is there so much sodium? Now you can get the answers. Want to go ad-free and have access to all the features? Choose our Premium Plan. It’s New! Upgrade now: Monthly subscription - $3.99 Annual Subscription - $29.99 One-time purchase - $99.99 Try out the Premium features with our 30 day free trial and cancel anytime. Find us on social media for healthy recipe inspiration and nutrition tips! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RecipeIQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/RecipeIQ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RecipeIQ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/RecipeIQ
I was disappointed in the accuracy. I need something that I can put my recipes in and have it give an accurate count of the nutritional value. I like the ease of use BUT the nutritional value is way off. My husband is type 2 diabetic and I want to give him home cooked meals. Many recipes that I want to do don’t provide the carb count and that is extremely important in his case; along with all the other nutritional values.
I really need to have fiber added to this app in order for it to do what I needed it to do for keto diet and I kind of feel like you should know that if you are catering to keto diet. Is there any way that could be done?
The concept is awesome, but the execution? Not so much. I tried uploading recipe photos with very common ingredients but many foods were not recognized, probably because the database descriptions do not jibe with common recipe nomenclature. The database is cumbersome, with too many basic foods such as eggs, shrimp, flour not recognized and then needing to look them up, then having a hard time doing that.
Their ingredient list is way to small to be able to input even basic recipes. They call venison deer. They have almost none of the typical products one would need for a low sodium diet!
This app needs landscape orientation when using with an iPad and keyboard. Very awkward when having to twist your head to see what you are trying to read or input. The ingredients are only partially visible when you try to input your own recipe. You can only see what you are selecting after the ingredient has been chosen, and if it is not correct you have to keep selecting by trial and error until you stumble across what you are looking for. I definitely would not recommend using this app if you want to create your own recipes or use with an iPad.
This app should let you scan the ingredient code like food tracker apps. My first item I tried to enter wasn’t listed! Not impressed at all.
Will not divide entire recipe into servings and will not let you use the edit feature to divide it into .25 of a serving or 1 or 2 slices of pizza so it looks like you are about to consume 1500 calories. Edit features do NOT work on this. If ingredients aren’t in database (many common foods are not) and you add them you lose all the ingredients you’ve entered and have to start over. I entered 1 recipe 3x. Also does something to the touch screen where you have to tap until you stab your device to death
Hello - I’m happy with your app. There are errors in nutrition calculations, but I use other means to ‘fact check’ them. What I REALLY want is an iPad version so I don’t have to type sideways. I have more but will list and send.
Hi, I think the app is so much better than others that I’ve tried. It’s so easy to use and has a larger product list than others. I definitely agree that having the ability to print and share would be great. I’m a food service professional so the information the app provides is extremely helpful . Thank you!