How many of us struggle with "kitchen math?" The Kitchen Calculator PRO app makes cooking and measuring so much easier. Kitchen Calculator PRO does all the recipe conversions for you, and makes it simple to scale recipes up (or down) to change the number of servings the recipe yields. With Kitchen Calculator PRO you can:
1.Quickly scale your recipes (add, subtract, multiply, divide) using fractions!
2.Convert ingredients from weight to volume, and vice versa ( cups to grams, ounces, etc. )
3.Supports several volume, weight, distance, and temperature conversions
4.Enter amounts and view results in standard cooking fractions (1/2, 1/3, etc )
5.Grow a database with your favorite ingredients! (see weight to volume )
***** Exactly what I've been looking for! - "I just tested this out on a new cake recipe and it was simple, easy and accurate. The cake came out *perfect*!" by njanehair.
***** Yippee, perfection! - "I cook 3 meals a day for my toddler and am always needing to scale recipes down so I'm not making ridiculous amounts of food" by Cindi M.
***** Brilliant - "For a cook trained in the metric system, this tool is a dream come true" by BeeDiana.
SCALE YOUR RECIPES
Easily convert and scale recipes in an instant. Doubling a recipe (or cutting a recipe in half) is simpler than ever before, with all the most common units of cooking measurement right at your fingertips.
WEIGHT TO VOLUME CONVERSIONS
What is so special about weight to volume conversions?
When converting from weight to volume it is important to take into account the ingredient you are converting. As you know, a cup of sugar does not weigh the same as a cup of rice. Furthermore, a particular brand of sugar may weigh different from another. This is all made easy with Kitchen Calculator PRO.
So, how does Kitchen Calculator handle weight to volume conversions?
1.It comes with a database of common ingredients based on weight figures from the USDA (US Department of Agriculture).
2.It allows you to quickly enter and save your own ingredient weight for more precise conversions. In many cases, you can enter the values right off the product label, using fractions!
3.Kitchen Calculator will remember any saved ingredient information for future conversions.
NOTE: The preset ingredient list is based on USDA (US Department of Agriculture) figures and are approximate values. They may differ from the ingredients you use. For precise calculations we recommend entering the weights for your ingredients and, whenever possible using a scale.
INGREDIENT DATA SOURCE
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. 2007. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 21. Nutrient Data Laboratory Home Page, http://www.ars.usda.gov/nutrientdata Note: Release numbers change as new versions are released.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Very handy, but not what I was looking for
When I went looking for a recipe scaling app, I wanted one where I could scale a recipe based on the amount for one specific ingredient. For example, today I baked a cheesecake, but I had extra cream cheese that I didn’t feel like wasting, so it would have been handy to find out how much more whipped cream/sugar/etc to add based on the amount of extra cream cheese. (11oz to 16, not something easily convertible)
I was able to eventually figure it out, with this app even, but I was hoping for something a little simpler
This is a great app for converting international recipes that are written in different units from what you are used to or from what your ingredients come in. This is NOT the app you want if you want to halve or quadruple an entire recipe at once.
(The excellent Paprika recipe manager app has this feature within it.) With this app, you have to go amount by amount, ingredient by ingredient. So for instance, I like to cook British recipes but I am American, so I need to know how to turn grams of butter into tablespoons. Note this is not a simple unit conversion but requires going from mass/weight to volume. You can do this with in the app by choosing grams under the mass menu, tablespoons under the volume menu, and then selecting butter as your ingredient where it already has the built-in weight to volume ratio for butter. If your ingredient is not included within the app, you can also add ingredients! If you make a recipe often, I would note down in your cookbook or enter into your app the amounts in your preferred unit so you don’t have to perform the calculations again next time. :)
Power and Efficiency in the Kitchen!
Have you ever found yourself in this situation: you have a great recipe, but it calls for the wrong number of people and you're going crazy trying to figure out the right amounts of ingredients to fit a particular number of servings. Or the recipe calls for units you're not particularly familiar with and you would like to use those units of measurements that work for you? Well now you can, with Kitchen Calculator Pro! It quickly scales recipes to the amounts you want, also using standard cooking fractions, and converts all kinds of units, including weight to volume! Did I mention that there's already a list of ingredients to select from and convert to the desired unit, and if the ingredient is not there you can add it? I've had experience with various converting apps, but this is by FAR the most POWERFUL and EFFICIENT app I've come across! The developer's name is Forward Leap. The name fits the app!!!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.