Medifast recipe for Apple EggNog Pie?

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First off I have to say I did not come up with the idea of this recipe. I can't find the original thread or remember who posted it but if anyone knows and can find it, please let me know. She deserves MUCHO credit for this fabulous idea of making an oatmeal pie crust with pudding filling! Soo good! I wanted to bump it for the MediNoobs but can't find it so I'll post my latest version. This recipe is so versatile, you can do chocolate, blueberry lemon, maple custard...the possibilities are endless.

1 Apple Oatmeal.

1 Vanilla Pudding.

1/4 tsp baking powder.

Shake of salt.

1/2 tsp apple pie spice.

Shake of pumpkin pie spice.


Eggnog sf syrup or the flavor drops.

First you make the crust by combining the oatmeal, baking powder, salt, and spice. Make sure all the dry ingredients are mixed well. Then add the syrup or drops and enough water to make sort of a sticky but still crumble mixture. Press it into 2-4 muffin cups or 2 individual pyrex dishes (the little round ones). It's going to be very thin. Bake at 350 for about 15-20 min or until it's sort of cruncy..

Meanwhile, make the pudding. whatever flavor you want. I made the vanilla pudding with some eggnog flavor drops and a shake of pumpkin pie spice. Just add half to one crust and half to the other, or however many you made..

When the crusts are done and cool, add the pudding in. Top with a little spice and you have a nice pretty little personal pie! I've done this with MBS oatmeal and chocolate pudding and that's fabulous too! Love this recipe!! Thanks to the medichef who came up with it...whoever you are!.

Oh, and of course (just in case anyone couldn't figure it out ), this makes 2 Medifast meals!..

Comments (9)

Thanks Lydiaa for your continued efforts to keep us from getting bored with Medifast food. I remember seeing this somewhere just as you did, but I, too, cannot remember who, where or when. But your tweaking with sf flavors and spices deserves some credit, too.


Comment #1

Hmmm ... I'm thinking {remember it's Monday} that it was either Sherri or Maureen. But can't be certain. Thanks for the new recipe. Sounds fab...

Comment #2

You guys are sweet! I've been making this recipe several times a week. I love it, it's one of the best. I think I'll do a chocolate one tonight! Mmm!..

Comment #3

I have tried and tried to do this but not matter what I do I get thin, runny pudding. Who's the Medi-genius out there who can help with this???..

Comment #4

Hey all, Bettina, I have this little gizmo called a "milk frother" that I got at my hardware's called Aero-Latte frother.

I use it for my shakes, soups...well...everything as a matter of fact. What I did find is that it creams up the pudding to almost a mousse consitency....really like and almost doubled in portions.

I saw some of these neat things on Ebay for a lot less than I paid...I can completely recommend it. love and peace...lynnann..

Comment #5

Lynann...I bought a little baby mixer by Joy Mangano on HSN. They were like 5$ so I bought one for my office and one for home. I will try with that. But I just can't get thick, creamy pudding like pudding should be. Does it get thicker in the fridge?..

Comment #6

My pudding comes out great I add just a little less water then what is called for and I mix it with a hand blender (no lumps this way)it makes it smooth and firmes right up...

Comment #7

O I forgot Thnks Lydia.

I soo LOVE PIE this is GREAT..

Comment #8

No prob, lisa!! Pay it forward, right?.

I always get nice thick pudding by putting 4oz cold water and about 3 ice cubes in the Medifast shaker jar. I add the pudding and just shake and shake until it can't shake no mo'. Once it's thick I take out the cubes and let it sit in the fridge or freezer to get even firmer. I think the ice cubes really help...

Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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