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This is for anyone who missed the Thanksgiving recipe thread, and the newbies, and everyone who does not read the Super 60's thread..

Plus all bread and dressing lovers!.

Been experimenting for T'giving..

I'm writing this down exactly as I worked my way through it..

This morning I pulverized 1 Medifast Chicken Noodle and 1 Medifast Chicken and Wild Rice, in the Ninja. The Medifast blender would work too, as would the Magic bullet.

Put them into mixing bowl. If you tried to mix it in the blender you'd never get it out.

Added seasonings to taste:.

Black pepper.

Poultry seasoning.

Garlic Powder.

1/2 tsp dried onion.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

Stir together well..

Add 1 whole egg and stir again, adding drops of water from the faucet while you stir. You want the consistency of pancake batter, but it will thicken up some after it sits..

Instead of baking, I divided mixture in half, and cooked like pancakes (hoe cakes) in a non-stick pan sprayed with olive oil..

I ate one and will save the 2nd for the next meal. It was delicious to me because breads of any type are my favorites. This tasted like dressing. (Or stuffing for the Yankees among us.) I used ONE LITE LC WEDGE.

I am convinced that one egg could carry three or maybe four Medifast soups (or, for that matter, oatmeal cookies, which I make all the time). That would leave more room for something else Lean..

I am eating one egg a day at least because of the zinc. Counts toward Lean for the day. I find this so much easier and convenient than messing with egg beaters. (Or throwing away that beautiful yolk). Dr. Oz said the AMA said everybody should be eating one egg per day and I was glad to hear it.

I have been off meat and onto soy for years so my cholesterol numbers are perfect, so say the docs.

Another variation is to use COT (Cream Of Tomato) the same way, but I think I've seen it somewhere already. Yesterday I used COT and added Italian seasoning.

In fact, I'm pretty sure I've seen "dressing" recipes too, and printed them out, which is why I thought of this this morning. I was sort of forced into thinking about how to use up the soups, since that's nearly all I have left until next week when the new order comes..

It is so wonderful to find something totally enjoyable to eat and still be OP.

Lin..

Comments (11)

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Sage Stuffing (This is RG's Recipe) - Nutrisystem approved.

1 package cream of chicken soup ( I tried it with Cr. Of Broccoli. There isnt a lot of difference taste-wise, just watch it in the oven because it seems to cook faster than using the Cr. Of Chicken bread!).

Tsp baking powder.

3-4 tblspns of water.

1 tblspn onion.

1 celery stalk.

1 tspn ground sage.

1 tsp ICBINB spray.

Make bread.

Combine Medifast soup, tps baking powder & 3-4 tblpsn of water. Plop on a glass plate in the microwave for 2 minutes. (it is ok if it is dry& you want it to be for stuffing!) Microwave time varies!.

While bread is cooking, dice celery and onion (or be lazy like me & buy pre-diced onion.. No crying necessary!).

In a bowl combine the rest of the ingredients. Break off the bread into small pieces & add to the bowl..

Stir well..

Put in a glass baking dish (I used the same one I use for my shake cakes)..

Cover with tinfoil and Bake @ 350 for 20 minutes or until moist! (you CAN stuff this into a turkey if you have room for optimal flavor but will probably add more fat from turkey juice but will make a moister stuffing!).

**side note**.

The first time I made this I did NOT use celery, I used 3 tblspns of raw shredded cauliflower (shredded in MB). It was moister due to the water in cauliflower when you shred it but the texture was a little different, more like stovetop stuffing! It is a personal preference!..

Comment #1

Thanks De, this one looks even easier. How does putting it into the over make it moist, tho? Do you add more water after the "bread" has been nuked?..

Comment #2

This sounds awesome! now all we need is a recipe for gravy!..

Comment #3

Can you post your recipe for oatmeal cookies? I have a ton of oatmeal, I don't know what to do with. I don't like any of the muffins, brownies, or cakes...

Comment #4

I used about 1-2 TBSP of chicken stock with it, but I think what helps moisten it is the moisture that gets pulled from the veggies when they cook and absorbs into the bread. It really is good and I couldn't tell the difference between that and the dressing I make every year for my family...

Comment #5

Thanks! Stuffing is the one thing I will miss on T-day, so I may try this. I'm wondering if I can just use 2 chicken noodles though, as I won't buy the Wild Rice soup due to the mushrooms...

Comment #6

Sage Stuffing (This is RG's Recipe) - Nutrisystem approved.

1 package cream of chicken soup ( I tried it with Cr. Of Broccoli. There isnt a lot of difference taste-wise, just watch it in the oven because it seems to cook faster than using the Cr. Of Chicken bread!).

Tsp baking powder.

3-4 tblspns of water.

1 tblspn onion.

1 celery stalk.

1 tspn ground sage.

1 tsp ICBINB spray.

Make bread.

Combine Medifast soup, tps baking powder & 3-4 tblpsn of water. Plop on a glass plate in the microwave for 2 minutes. (it is ok if it is dry you want it to be for stuffing!) Microwave time varies!.

While bread is cooking, dice celery and onion (or be lazy like me & buy pre-diced onion.. No crying necessary!).

In a bowl combine the rest of the ingredients. Break off the bread into small pieces & add to the bowl..

Stir well..

Put in a glass baking dish (I used the same one I use for my shake cakes)..

Cover with tinfoil and Bake @ 350 for 20 minutes or until moist! (you CAN stuff this into a turkey if you have room for optimal flavor but will probably add more fat from turkey juice but will make a moister stuffing!).

**side note**.

The first time I made this I did NOT use celery, I used 3 tblspns of raw shredded cauliflower (shredded in MB). It was moister due to the water in cauliflower when you shred it but the texture was a little different, more like stovetop stuffing! It is a personal preference!..

Comment #7


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

 

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