Introducing Recipes with Nutrition Facts

Just a Taste Recipes with Nutrition Facts

I am thrilled to share the launch of our new Nutrition Facts category that features recipes with full nutritional data as well as Weight Watchers SmartPoints!

We’ve partnered with a registered dietician, who has been busy crunching the numbers and using her expertise to calculate accurate nutrition facts for many of our recipes. She’s taken the guesswork (and actual work!) out of determining just how many calories, fats, cholesterol, sodium and countless other metrics are included in each serving size, as well as Weight Watchers SmartPoints.

5-Ingredient Zucchini Fritters Nutrition Facts

Look for the Just a Taste Nutrition Facts seal (pictured above) for the recipes that include this information displayed directly below the recipe directions. You can also visit our new Nutrition Facts category to quickly locate all of the recipes in one place.

Thank you for your feedback to bring about this amazing addition to our culinary community! As always, please feel free to email me at with your comments and questions.

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  1. For the nutrition information, it says it is per “serving” and while some of the recipes are under the “1x” it will say six servings. Does that mean that we need to multiply the given nutrition information by 6 for the recipe?

    1. Hi Tatiana! The estimated nutrition info would be for a single serving. You would multiple by the total number of servings only if you wanted to know the estimated nutrition info for the entire dish. I hope that helps!

    1. Hi Sherrie! You can find the estimated nutritional info (including the calcium amounts) by clicking on the purple button below each recipe that says ESTIMATED NUTRITION INFORMATION. :)

  2. I’m looking for healthy but interesting and fun recipes. I’m not allergic to anything is there any good recipes.

    ps. I put unknown because I don’t wanna put my name sorry if that makes it hard for u

  3. You are my new best friend! Thanks so very much! Success in my healthy eating and cooking is much closer now.