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The website has been my passion for the past 4 years, but I'm excited to move on to another career.  I want to thank all of you for your support and hope that I can still provide useful recipes, tips and more to you through Facebook and Twitter. For the next week basic members can access all of the videos and photos in the Gallery!

Recipe Adjuster

Our thanks to the FruitfromWashington.com for this great Quantity Calculator

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 directions.
6)Click Calculate to convert the recipe by the factor you entered.

Quantity*
Unit
Ingredient
*(Enter amounts as fractions, ex: 1 1/2)
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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cup tablespoon
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If you'd like to add directions for your printout, type them here:

See results below


The calculation is done directly from the Fruit from Washington website.

Interactive Recipe Scaling program by Kathryn Eberhart

What members are saying…

Hello! I'm new to this site, and I'm looking forward to making some of these beautiful cookies! You always learn something new, I guess, I have been applying royal icing to cookies with a pastry bag, I never even thought of a brush! Boy, do I feel stupid! But then again, if I knew it all, I wouldn't be here, would I? :D I can't wait for a day off work to get started, I just recieved some great cookie cutters from Fancy Flours, so it's time to show these cookies who's boss! ;)
Hi Karen, Thank you so much for all the great information.  You completely answered all my questions, and so very promptly. I had tried to make cutout cookies before with little luck.  After finding your website, I was a success!  You explain the whole process in just the "language" I can understand and use. Thanks again, Jane
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