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OK, I've been tinkering with these and they taste like the refridgerated slice and bake sugar cookies!.

BT's Christmas.

(or everyday almond butter) Cookies.

1-MBS oatmeal.

1-vanilla pudding.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

2 pkts Splenda.

Mix the above in a bowl and it you really want a real sugar cookie texture, place the dry ingredients in a Magic Bullet or grinder until it is a fine grind texture..

In measuring cup add.

Scant 1/4 cup water.

1 tsp vanilla extract.

1/2 tsp imitation butter extract.

1/4 tsp almond extract.

1/4 tsp coconut extract.

2 TBSP SF Cookie Dough syrup (SF vanilla is also good).

Mix wet into dry ingredients and then scoop dough onto plastic wrap and roll into a.

Long tube , like the refridgerated cookie dough..

Refridgerate for at least 30 minutes and unwrap dough and slice..

Bake at 350 on Pam sprayed cookie sheet for 6-8 minutes..

You don't want them overdone..

Remove from sheet and cool.

They can be frozen or refridgerated before or after baking..

Want a more holiday feel, add a couple of red and/or green food coloring drops unto the dough and barely fold it in so you get a "swirl" in your cookie..

ENJOY!!!!! And Happy Holidays!!!!..

Comments (27)

Bt You Are The Greatest. Can't Wait To Try This......

Comment #1

O boy this look Great can not wait to try..

Comment #2

I can't believe how creative you guys are getting with the food. along with the bikini extravaganza, we need a medifast bakeoff...

Comment #3

Wow, this sounds great, BT! I'll give it a whirl next time in my Medifast Kitchen...

Comment #4

Depends on how many slices you get. Simply divide the number by the 2 Medifast meals to get the accurate serving number..

For example, I got 14 slices or 7 cookies per serving this morning..

I made them smaller because it takes longer to slowly and mindfully eat more cookies..

Ya'll try these and let me know!.

I gotta get to my aerobics class!..

Comment #5

Mine are about to go in the oven. But it was tough. I almost ate all the batter right out of the bowl. Yummie. Thanks again BT you are the bestest...

Comment #6

Okay I just made these and ate the first serving. Awesome flavor. I only made FOUR cookies though. I would rather have 2 big ones for a meal. Had a little hot tea and boy am I happy. And 2 more for later. BT I love y'all...

Comment #7

And they are even better the next day after they've been refridgerated , Bettina..

So glad you likie!.

So do you think they taste like a Christmas cookie?..

Comment #8

Yes they taste like a yummie sugar cookie. Really good taste. XOXOXO..

Comment #9

Awesome!!! Well, at least the cookie dough is! LOL! Mine are in the oven now but I had to save a spoonful to eat "raw" ... one of my fav ways to eat a cookie. I'm going to drink my Celestial Seasonings Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride tea with these. Yummmyyyyy! Thanks so much for sharing this recipe!..

Comment #10

I am going to try this, and when I slice the refridgerated roll I am going to use a cookie cutter to get the holiday shapes..

That way I can feel more festive and enjoy the time with my family and nosh till my hearts content (or my portion size anyway, which is fine with me).

Thank you for this wonderful recipe! You rock girly girl!..

Comment #11

You guys are so awesome and inspiring with these recipes. I am going to try this asap. Good idea larbec with the shapes. I wanted to make our traditional holiday sugar cookies with my daughter with the shapes, and this year was sad that we couldn't make them or that I would have to make them and not eat them (what a bummer). BUT this way we could make "normal" ones and Medifast ones and I won't feel cheated!.

Thank you for sharing BT 2006!..

Comment #12

As an avid PRE Medifast cookie dough eater, I have to say OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!..

Comment #13

Can't wait to try them.... did you know that on CORE ... which is a weightwatchers program, they say you are NOT allowed to put the oatmeal in the blender (or magic bullet) because it 'changes' the food, in this case oatmeal, into a NON CORE food.... I do not understand that one for sure... that is just another reason I don't like weightwatchers.....

Kazie..

Comment #14

This looks great!! Can't wait to try them thanks so much for sharing the recipe!!..

Comment #15

I can't wait to get some cookie dough sf syrup, I don't know why I didn't get any sooner. What a fabulous idea. I make a sort of cookie, but these sound outrageously good. I can't wait to try them! Thanks..

Comment #16

Heck yA!! ive been waiting for something like this.. you keep dancing you little penguins!!.

I just got done wathcing the biggest loser it was good =))..

Comment #17

These are definitely the best Medifast cookies I've made. The flavor and consistency was perfect. I rolled the dough around in the plastic wrap until the log was kind of thin and wound up with 18 small cookies (9 per meal).

I don't have SF Cookie Dough syrup but they tasted yummy when made with SF Butter Rum instead...

Comment #18

The cookies dough tasted awesome but I did hav probs once they were cooked. Perhaps I overdid them or made them too big. I kept trying to get themiddle to look done but they never did look done and 20 mins later they ended up to dry. I'm going to try again today or tomorrow but maybe some advice one how to geth them to seem cooked enough? Just pull them out anyway?..

Comment #19

I baked them for the recommended time, then turned the oven off and left them inside to slowly cool down. This dried them out without baking too long at too high a temperature...

Comment #20

I must have sliced them too thick- should have flattened them out for a crisper cookie- will try again!.

Penny.

Sacramento..

Comment #21

Thanks for the cookies...helped me get through the holiday. they are great!..

Comment #22

Even though it's no longer the holidays, I still enjoy these!.

Bumping for the newbies!..

Comment #23

Bumping up for one of my medi-buddies!.

Made these tonight for the weekend!.

Had a hard time keeping DH from eating the dough while it was chilling.

Forgot how good these are and I also made several "rolls" to keep refridgerated, so I can have "slice and bake" cookies anytime!!!..

Comment #24

What a cool recipe! I can't wait to try this one. I work 12-hour nights, so I love the idea of making stuff ahead of time and "brown bagging" my lunch..

By the way, BT, your progress is so amazingly inspiring! Thank you so much for shairng your success with us!..

Comment #25

It's because blending oatmeal does a lot of the "work" your digestion would have done by breaking down the whole grain oats and basically turn them into oat flour. Nutrition support can probably give you a more technical answer on what happens chemically or structurally (and/or comment on whether MF-ers "should" be blending dry oatmeal into oat flour).....

Comment #26

Lately, I haven't had time to grind the oatmeal and they still turn out pretty close to the same!.

Must be that there's really not that much oatmeal to grind and the "fiber" in them is already ground in the Medifast meals.

Thank you, emmern!!!..

Comment #27


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