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I have a ton of vanilla puddings in my cabinet. Can anyone suggest some great recipes to help me use these? Thanks!.

Kim..

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Your question was: Any good Medifast pudding recipes?.

Here it is, now that I have posted it perhaps I will make it tonight. I have tons of oatmeal so it's a good way for me to use up those.. illa..

Comment #1

I either make it in the Magic bullet blender and put it in the fridge for about.

Half hour. Or 1 of my friends gave me an awesome tip. Put a Tablespoon of.

Low fat cream cheese in it and whip it up. It comes out super creamy. Only.

Problem is you will never make it last more then 5 minutes...

Comment #2

I know I've seen a pudding cake recipe around here somewhere....if someone could post that, that would be great. I've tried the vanilla pudding prepared according to instructions, and also as a shake, and I don't like the taste of either....hoping a cake consistency would make it palatable for me...

Comment #3

Cheryl, It looks like we're still waiting on that pudding recipe from our Medifast friends, eh? I'm bumping us up to the first page!.

Kim..

Comment #4

I use the shake cake recipe.

1 packet of pudding.

1 Tbls water and a packet of splenda OR 1 Tbls of sf syrup.

2 Tbls egg beaters.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

1 Tbls canned pumpkin (optional).

1/4 tsp cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.

Mix and bake in a small baking pan or two muffin cups at 350 for 15 minutes or so.

I always add the canned pumpkin because it makes it more moist.

During the holidays I added 2Tbls canned pumpkin and some cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice to the vanilla shakes or puddings it was sooo good.. kind of like a pumkin pie cake I also put a small dollop of cool whip on it. This recipe along with a few others kept me totally OP during the holidays!!..

Comment #5

This recipe is also amazing with the oatmeal... more like a scone than a muffin... I love the texture and feel like I am really having a treat!..

Comment #6

Frosty Coffee.

1 pkt vanilla pudding or shake mix.

1/2 cup of water.

1/2 cup diet cream soda.

1-2 heaping teaspoons of decaf instant coffee.

1 pkt of Splenda.

Dash of cinnamon.

Add ice and mix in magic bullet or blender.

Youd swear it comes from Starbucks!..

Comment #7

Vikki that sounds so good... I have to order some vanilla pudding! I just made the bread pudding with chocolate pudding and maple brown sugar oatmeal! I havent made it in a while and I love it !..

Comment #8

I don't like the taste of either the Vanilla Shakes of Puddings either. I combine one packet of each with 1 1/2 cups water and sprinkle in cinnamin, nutmeg, allspice, etc. to taste. I shake that up and refrigerate for a few hours. It gets thick and creamy and I imagine I am drinking a glass of eggnog. This will make two meals...

Comment #9

Ice Cream Sandwich.

1 Vanilla Pudding.

Vanilla extract (optional in pudding).

1 Hot Cocoa.

2 tbsp egg beaters + ~1 tbsp water (or 3 tbsp water).

1/8 tsp baking powder.

Mix pudding as directed. Put in freezer to firm up. You want it so it doesn't 'ooze' but isn't totally rock hard (appx 2 hrs in my freezer).

Mix Hot Cocoa, baking powder, egg beaters + water (or water alone if you prefer)..

Flatten on a cookie sheet lined with non-stick foil (or coated with non-stick spray). Push it flat (~1/4 inch) and form in a rectangle as best possible..

Bake at 350 degrees for 7-11 mins (depending on oven) until cooked. Let cool to room temp..

Cut Cocoa shake cake in two. Place 1/2 in middle of wax paper sheet.

Put all pudding on top of the 1/2 Cocoa shake.

Put other Cocoa shake cake 1/2 on top and press lightly. Wrap in wax paper and put back in the freezer until solid..

(makes 2 meals + egg beaters count toward lean if you use it).

I have made this both with and without eggbeaters. With EB, it's a bit more 'true' to the "real" thing...

Comment #10

I don't like the vanilla pudding as pudding. But in a blender with 8 oz water, ice, and a nice teaspoon of cinnamon.. it's delish...

Comment #11

I, too, hated the vanilla pudding. But tonight I made it as a shake in a blender with water, ice, and some brown-sugar-cinnamon sugar free syrup. It was great! Almost like a soft-serve ice cream. YUM!..

Comment #12

There was an ice cream recipe floating around last year using the pudding that was pretty good. It works with all the puddings, the hot chocolate, and even the regular shakes..

1 pkg pudding.

1 tbs fat free cream cheese.

1/2 the water called for, or whatever amount is needed for your blender to work..

Ice.

Splenda or other sweetener to taste.

SF syrups to taste (I'm not a huge fan of the SF syrups, so I sprinkle in Crystal Light powder to taste).

Blend. Depending on the amount of ice and water, it will be smoothie consistency to thick soft serve. This is wonderful with the banana and chocolate as is. The vanilla can be spiced up with other flavorings..

I use this recipe with shake mixes and hot chocolate too. There is a recipe for Reeses Cups using the hot chocolate and PB2 in another discussion. I made chocolate peanut butter ice cream using the recipe above with the hot chocolate and a tbs of PB2 paste. I swirled the PB2 through the ice cream. It was great!..

Comment #13

I know this post was from some time ago, but which recipe are you talking about? I would love something that was more of a scone than a muffin!.

Thank you!..

Comment #14

I keep it simple:.

1/2 tea spoon instant coffee (experiment to see how much coffee you like).

1 tbs of your favorite SF syrup - I really like Caramel or Kaluha. Hazelnut would be good too..

Make the pudding with a blender if possible to break down the instant coffee, stick in the freezer for 30 minutes. Yummy!!.

You can also add some cream cheese if you are so inclined, makes it extra creamy..

I do the same thing with my vanilla shakes in the morning, just a bit more coffee and no cream cheese..

Comment #15

Add me to the list of those that LOVE the bread pudding recipe. I had to give one serving to my hubby and kids, they wouldn't leave me alone! Seriously good stuff!..

Comment #16

I keep hearing about this bread recipe. Anyone care to share a good recipe?..

Comment #17

I hated the vanilla pudding too until I stumbled on this recipe. I'm sorry I don't remember who posted it because I would give him/her a big hug. It's fantastic. I don't care for the WF SF syrups I've tried but the blueberry fruit spread from WF makes awesome blueberry ice cream. I think I will have ice cream for every meal. I just ordered some Capella drops and will try them with this recipe too..

ICE CREAM.

1 Medifast pudding.

1 cup ice (I crush my ice first).

4 oz water.

2 T SF syrup of your choosing.

1 oz FF cream cheese.

Mix the ice, water, and syrup in the MB first and then add the pudding and cream cheese..

Linda..

Comment #18

This is the original vanilla ice cream recipe from dbbthreads....I think the almond makes all the difference. I think you'll really enjoy it if you like vanilla ice cream.

1 pck of vanilla pudding.

1/2 cup of cold water.

1 cup of ice.

1 oz of cold fat free cream cheese.

1/2 tsp of almond extract.

1 pkt of splenda.

Put in the magic bullet until all is mixed up..

Comment #19

If you like bread pudding, there is a fabulous receipe using oatmeal and vanilla pudding. I am sorry I do not have it available but thats one great one. It cooks up like bread or muffins and it is a large piece...

Comment #20

Here it is, now that I have posted it perhaps I will make it tonight. I have tons of oatmeal so it's a good way for me to use up those.. illa..

Comment #21

Frosty Coffee.

1 pkt vanilla pudding or shake mix.

1/2 cup of water.

1/2 cup diet cream soda.

1-2 heaping teaspoons of decaf instant coffee.

1 pkt of Splenda.

Dash of cinnamon.

Add ice and mix in magic bullet or blender.

Youd swear it comes from Starbucks!..

Comment #22


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