There is nothing better than the smell and taste of homemade Bread! 🍞Swipe to learn how to track it!
1️⃣ weigh all of the ingredients in your recipe in grams (ex:I used 6 cups of flour=912 grams) you don't need to weigh the water or yeast. Once the loaves are cooked, weigh them in grams and write it down.
2️⃣ create a recipe using the MyFitnessPal app. Name the title and set the serving size to whatever your loaves weigh in grams. You won't put 1 serving, even though the pic shows 1. (Thanks Camille!)
3️⃣scan in or search for all of your ingredients listed in the recipe. When I searched for my flour, I typed "bobs red mill 100% whole wheat. I set the serving size to 1 gram and then I entered 912grams under servings. Takes out unnecessary math! Do this for all of the ingredients.
4️⃣after they are entered, press the --> and this will show you the calories/macros/vitamins/sodium etc. Write these down or take a screen shot. Press Save and your recipe is done. You can use it just like this, or enter the info in "my foods"
5️⃣ go to "myfoods& #34; and then "create a food" . Give it a Brand Name and Description. Under serving size you will enter what your loaves weighed, in grams. Under servings per container enter 1.
6️⃣press next. This is where you will enter all of the macros. Calories, Fat, Carbs, Protein, Fiber, Sugar, Sodium etc. Press save.
7️⃣ now you can select "my foods" and it will be there from now on. Set the serving size to 1 gram, cut off a slice of bread, and weigh it. It is says 75g you will put that you had 75 servings. Again, takes out extra math!
It takes a bit of time to get it all entered, but then you'll have it forever. It's definitely worth doing!
Tag your friends that love homemade Bread and might find this useful.🍞