Whip up a custom nutrition label and start making healthier choices! It's as simple as: Troubleshooting ErrorsYou might see an error message pop up once you analyze your recipe. Here are a few common ones and how to fix them:Ingredient not recognized, please try editing: click or tap the ingredient for a dropdown of options to choose from. When you choose the correct one, hit "update."Measurement not recognized, please try editing: click or tap the pencil icon next to the ingredient name. Choose a measurement from the dropdown, then hit "update." Editing Your RecipeYou can edit your recipe at any point.Editing ingredients: Hit the pencil icon next to the ingredient name if you'd like to edit or delete individual ingredients. To add new ingredients, hit "+Add Ingredient."Servings: Choose the number you'd like from the "Number of Servings" dropdown.Starting over: Choose "Analyze New Recipe" or "Start Over." Note that these options will delete the current information, so if you want to save your current analysis make sure to grab the embed code! Saving and Embedding the Nutrition LabelYou can easily save the nutrition label by saving the provided embed code. Once you've finalized your ingredients and servings click or tap "embed this label," located under the nutrition label, to generate a code that you can insert into your blog or save to reference later.Making the Most of the Recipe AnalyzerThe nutrition facts label is useful if you're tracking calories or just want to be more informed about your diet, but this recipe analyzer is also helpful for making smarter food decisions. Here are a few tips for how to make the most of it.Ingredient swaps: Take a look at the calorie breakdown for individual ingredients if you'd like to adjust the calorie content of your recipe. Knowing where the calories are coming from can help you pinpoint specific ingredients to swap out or adjust quantities for. Ingredient comparisons: How much of a difference will using whole milk versus low-fat milk make? Analyze a recipe with one ingredient, then edit it to use the second and compare the nutrition facts.Recipe comparisons: Analyze multiple recipes and compare the nutrition labels to help you decide which is better for your diet and specific nutritional needs.