Guide To Our Recipes:
The information in this website and in the App is intended as a reference guide only. While we make every effort to provide accurate nutritional information in our recipes, we do not represent nor warrant that it is error free. The site/app and information included herein does not constitute medical, nutritional, or other health related advice. You should consult with your doctor before modifying any diet or eating regimen. If you have any questions or concerns about your health, diet, food allergies or eating regimen, you should consult with a health or medical professional.
The nutritional values provided in our recipes are calculated using The Food Processor, Version 8.9 (ESHA Research) or from food manufacturer’s food labels. We include Weight Watcher Points** Plus values in the nutrition area of our recipes for information purposes to help individuals participating in the Weight Watchers** program. **Weight Watchers, Points and Points Plus are registered trademarks of Weight Watchers International, Inc. The number of Points provided in our recipes was calculated based on published Weight Watchers International, Inc. information and does not imply sponsorship or endorsement of such number of Points or of The Skinny Skillet by Weight Watchers International, Inc. For information on Weight Watchers you can visit their site at www.weightwatchers.com
Additional important information about our recipes:
- Ingredients listed as Optional or “to taste” are not included in the nutritional information/analysis.
- When we list a range in the number of servings, we base the nutrition information/analysis on the smaller number.
- When ingredient choices appear in a recipe, we use the first choice to calculate nutritional information.
- Lean meat refers to visible fat trimmed and for lean ground beef, our recipes refer to at least 90 percent lean beef, containing 10% or less fat.
- When using light butter, we use one without trans fat or hydrogenated oils
Cooking temperatures and Measurements:
Our recipes were created for use in the United States. Cooking temperatures are based on Fahrenheit.