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Any fruity tangy sauce to put in Medifast pudding?

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My new favourite thing is frozen pudding in the evening, especially vanilla pudding with a swirl of WF caramel dipping sauce stirred in before freezing, mmmmmmmmm is it supper time yet??.

What I would really love though is to add a friuty tangy sauce to it, not more sweetness. Anyone understand what I mean, and more importantly do you know where to find such a thing??.

ETA NEW QUESTION.

HAs anyone tried the Walden Farms Fruit Spreads, are they just sweet or is there a sharpness to them?..

Comments (31)

Your question was: Any fruity tangy sauce to put in Medifast pudding?.

Can't say I've heard of a fruit sauce that would be allowable on 5&1. Maybe you could melt down some of the WF fruit spreads and add a squeeze of lemon juice if it's too sweet for you. That's the only thing I can think of that might work...

Comment #1

HAs anyone tried the Walden Farms Fruit Spreads, are they just sweet or is there a sharpness to them?..

Comment #2

I've used the Walden Farms Strawberry Fruit Spread. Definitely sweet. Since I'm in maintenance, I also use Smuckers suagr free orange marmalade. That's tangy.

Orange Marmalade with Splenda.

Sugar Free Orange Marmalade.

Nutrition FactsAmount Per Serving.

Calories 10.

% Daily Value.

Total Fat 0g 0%.

Sodium 0g 0%.

Total Carbohydrates 5g 2%.

Sugars 0g.

Protein 0g.

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs..

Ingredients.

WATER**, ORANGE PEEL, POLYDEXTROSE**, ORANGE JUICE+, MALTODEXTRIN**, FRUIT PECTIN, CITRIC ACID, LOCUST BEAN GUM**, POTASSIUM SORBATE (PRESERVATIVE), SUCRALOSE (NON NUTRITIVE SWEETENER)**, NATURAL FLAVOR, CALCIUM CHLORIDE**, YELLOW 5**, YELLOW 6**.

**INGREDIENTS NOT IN REGULAR MARMALADE.

Hope that helps !.

Sarah..

Comment #3

The WF spreads and syrups are *very* sweet and if you use too much they have a strong atrifical sweetener taste. They are a nice addition to things in moderation and theoretically have zero carbs (but we all know that just means something less than 1 gram per serving)...

Comment #4

I have the WF strawberry syrup, and yes that's sweet, so if the spreads are just more of the smae I won't bother. The marmalade is closer I think, OH well, looks like it may be a wait till later one, but I'm just craving something that isn't so sweet..

Comment #5

I have been thinking about your question because you are making me crave some tangy ice cream as well. I don't know if it would work but what about mixing the pudding with Crystal Light instead of water? Or sugar free jello? I am thinking of trying an ice cream more like a sorbet by mixing the pudding with jello. I will let you know how it turns out or you let me know if you try..

Comment #6

Try adding 1 1/4 tsp. sugar free jello (lemon, orange, lime) for 1 packet of vanilla pudding...

Comment #7

Deal, let me know how it goes, or I will if I come up with something..

Comment #8

Would the cold drinks, mixed with 1/2 as much water and then frozen, come out like a sorbet - I wonder?..

Comment #9

They might you know, would probably need to blitz a couple of times to break up the crystals. I see some experiments, that doesn't involve cooking coming on!.

Come to think of it I picked up some diet grapefruit soda the other day, that certainly has TANG, wonder if I can freeze that?..

Comment #10

While still kinda sweet I've made Granita out of SF Torani or DaVinci syrup. There are recipes on one of the sites..can't remember which. You could add some lemon juice or true lemon perhaps to something like 'blueberry' to get tang..

It's sorta labor intensive but was a nice basically 'calorie free' frozen treat. Of course if you're on 5&1 you'd need to figure out how much you could have as the allotted condiment (I didn't do that)...

Comment #11

What about adding a little cold water (1/4 cup) to the Flavor Infusers like Raspberry or Strawberry Lemonade and blending in bullet with 1 cup ice? That sure would be tangy. Maybe you can just make a "syrup" with infuser and a few tablespoons water?..

Comment #12

I ordered a bunch of the WF items (spreads, syrups, dips, condiments) and I just couldn't stomach any of them...I thought the taste was just horrible. I even took them to work to see if anyone else could use them and I couldn't get any takers, they too didn't like the taste. It's funny how everyone's taste varies...some like and some don'thee hee..

Comment #13

If you eat them straight, I agree. It's only as ingredients in other things that I like them...

Comment #14

At last, I`ve found my `tang`, Jok`N`Al low calorie blackcurrant jam.

Https://www.thelowcarbgrocery.com/ca...fbd437d41438ff.

This stuff is just gorgeous, and so flavorful that I only use a teaspoon full, it`s awesome dropped into blueberry oatmeal, fantastic spread on a chocolate muffin, just mmmmmmmmmm..

Comment #15

This frozen pudding sounds great - I have to get me som FF sauces. Do you use a special type?? Not sure on the fruit sauce unless you just took some juice from pureed blueberries or something like that and sweetened it a little with splenda...

Comment #16

Can't say I've heard of a fruit sauce that would be allowable on 5&1. Maybe you could melt down some of the WF fruit spreads and add a squeeze of lemon juice if it's too sweet for you. That's the only thing I can think of that might work...

Comment #17


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