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Howdy ladies/gents,.

I made the medi-muffins for the first time 2 days ago (2 oatmeal, 2 shakes, 2 eggs, baking powder, cinn) and tried them right out of the oven and I thought they were DISGUSTING. When I tried one the next day, I thought they were pretty good. Much better than eating the oatmeal straight!.

Anyway, my question to you all is this: Do you often feel hungry faster when eating a muffin for a meal? I have found that both days I have eaten a muffin, before the next meal came my stomach was GROWLING. Anyone else experience this?..

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Your question was: Anyone feel hungry after eating Medifast muffin?.

I make mini muffins - fools my brain into thinking I'm eating more. My recipe is 1 maple oatmeal, 1 diabetic vanilla shake, 1 egg white from an actual egg, 3/4 tsp of pumpkin pie spice, 1/8 tsp of allspice and a packet of the 4C diet greet tea powder (the kind that you pour into a bottle of water) and enough water to make a batter consistency. I then pour into pam sprayed mini muffin tin and bake for 350 degrees for about 16-17 minutes. This makes 12 mini muffins so that is 6 per meal. They taste just like vanilla spice muffins - They are SO GOOD. Also, I think the minis come out fluffier and more muffin like, definitely less dense than the bigger muffins...

Comment #1

I made the muffins with blueberry oatmeal and baked them in individual glass custard cups. They had a strange consistency and I wasn't sure I liked the color they got (probably because of the blueberries) but they tasted o.k. I'm wondering if they'd cook better in metal baking cups. I mixed the peach oatmeal with a vanilla pudding and some baking powder and vanilla (1/2 t baking powder and 1/4 t. vanilla) and enough water to make a cookie dough consistency and baked them at 350 degrees. They made good tasting cookies.

Five cookies made a meal. I took them on a road trip and ate them as my in car snack...

Comment #2

I've attempted this recipe again, with a few small changes. I added a bit more water (first tie the mix was very thick) and switched over from just cinnamin to pumpkie pie spice (cinn, nutmeg, allspice). They came out MUCH better..

I wondering if it's a mental thing, about them not filling me up all the way. I'm going to try the mini muffins, and see how that goes. Thanks for the suggestion, Ana! Everyone else... enjoy your muffins!..

Comment #3

Does anyone have a recipe for a savory muffin?.

Chris..

Comment #4

Hi Nessa,.

Hmmm... I wonder why? Actually the muffins fill me up, a lot! I guess I'm the opposite..

I've been eating lots of puffs, pretzels and bars lately and THEY leave me a bit hungrier.... so I'm making some muffins today ...

Comment #5

I make mini muffins - fools my brain into thinking I'm eating more. My recipe is 1 maple oatmeal, 1 diabetic vanilla shake, 1 egg white from an actual egg, 3/4 tsp of pumpkin pie spice, 1/8 tsp of allspice and a packet of the 4C diet greet tea powder (the kind that you pour into a bottle of water) and enough water to make a batter consistency. I then pour into pam sprayed mini muffin tin and bake for 350 degrees for about 16-17 minutes. This makes 12 mini muffins so that is 6 per meal. They taste just like vanilla spice muffins - They are SO GOOD. Also, I think the minis come out fluffier and more muffin like, definitely less dense than the bigger muffins...

Comment #6


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