How do I add one recipe to another recipe? DCYukon — Oct 12, 2017 07:36AM PDT
For example, I cooked a whole bunch of mung beans and created a recipe for that with all of the relevant ingredients. I carefully measured out the final cooked product into 100 gram portions. Now I am creating a recipe for stuffed winter squash. One of the ingredients will be some of those 100 gram portions of the mung beans I previously cooked. But my recipes don’t show up as a possible ingredient when I create the recipe for stuffed winter squash. How do I add them without (in effect) having to input my mung bean recipe twice? The other public options don’t work as a decent substitute for what I previously cooked (also, many of them are unclear as to whether they are for cooked or raw products).
3 Community Answers
Logan MyFitnessPal Agent Oct 12, 2017 09:18AM PDT
Thank you for contacting us with your question. Although this is not currently a feature, we will definitely consider adding an option to add a recipe as an ingredient in another recipe for future updates.
In the meantime, thank you for using MyFitnessPal and we wish you success with your weight and nutritional goals.
myfitnessneutrino Jan 29, 2018 06:39PM PST
I call bullshit on this. That I cannot use part of a batch of whatever I've prepared to make a different recipe is a deal-breaker for me. I will stop trying to use this terrible program. Heretofore I was on the edge, what with many ingredients NOT offering a mass unit. This bit here, though, demonstrates that MFP is a joke and not to be taken seriously.
cookingjoan Feb 07, 2018 09:51AM PST
I have to agree. I had leftover stuffed portobello mushrooms and wanted to add that to a recipe I made this morning of a veggie medley for breakfast. You have to change that because I work a lot with recipes I've created.