As part of our commitment to providing our users with the best tools possible, we have added up to 120 sample recipes to Nutritics — free of charge and ready to use, complete with cooking instructions for your clients to follow.
Meal planning has never been this easy and — with all of these dishes being sourced from literature indicating the most popular cuisines followed in the United States — it’s never been this delicious. These recipes cater for all possible dietary and lifestyle needs: such as vegetarianism, veganism, pescetarianism, gluten-free requirements and more. Allergens are also flagged in the recipes to further highlight our goal of making correct nutritional and allergen information more accessible. Our new sample recipes include:
- 18 vegan dishes
- 39 vegetarian dishes
- 19 gluten-free dishes
- 11 pescetarian dishes
At Nutritics, our goal is to give our software users the best possible platform for recipe management. Creating recipes with Nutritics ensures that nutritional and allergen information meets legal requirements and more. All ingredients are neatly listed, and that there is full clarity to every aspect of creating your dishes. The use of our sample recipes can be a great help for showing new Nutritics users how recipes are calculated correctly and even for experienced users who might be looking for health-conscious dishes to add to meal plans/menus/programs.
Rather than developing or creating your own recipes, you can simply filter by category and insert recipes as you go. This will save you a huge amount of time — time you can now spend with your clients and growing your business.
All of our newly created recipe ideas include:
- Ingredient lists
- Sub-recipes where needed
- Multiple serving size options
- Step-by-step guides
- Complete micro and macro nutrient breakdown.
In order to view them all, go to your “Recipe Groups” which should show a locked group called “Recipe Ideas”.
Please note that these recipe ideas are only automatically enabled for users in the United States, as the foods sourced for these recipes are taken from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) databases. If you'd like to learn more about the options for your region, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.