How to make chips from Medifast soup

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Here's another one of my experiments in the kitchen today!.

Chicken Noodle Soup Chips.

1 pk Medifast Chicken Noodle Soup.

3 Tbsp water.

1/2 tsp Rotisserie Chicken seasoning (optional - 1 condiment).

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine chicken noodle soup mix and seasoning in Magic Bullet. Using the grinder blade, pulse until it's a fine powder. Add water to form ball of dough. Line cookie sheet with parchment paper & lightly spray with Pam. Mix all ingredients.

Fold parchment over and roll it just as flat as you can get it. Bake 10 minutes and remove from oven. Using either a sharp knife or kitchen scissors, cut into chips and spread across cookie sheet. Return to oven for an additional 5-8 minutes for crispy chips. The darker brown they are, the crispier they will be.

I've tried the microwave versions with the cream soups and have never gotten the consistency of thin crispiness like this. CAUTION: Extremely addictive!!!.


Started: 4/5/10.

WEEKS (1 - 4): -7, -4, -3, -6 (-20 lbs. & 11").

WEEKS (5 - 8): -2, -3, -2, -3 (-10 lbs. & 8").

WEEKS (9 - 12): -3, -3, -2, ? (-8 lbs. & 6") out of town week 12 & no scale.

WEEKS (13-16): -5, -1, -3, -2 (-11 lbs. & 5").

WEEKS (17-20): -2, -3, -2, -2 (-9 lbs. & 7").

WEEKS (21-24): -0, -2, -2, -3 (-7 lbs. & 9").

WEEKS (25-28): -2, -0, -4..

Comments (45)

Wow - I don't mind the chicken noodle soup as is, but I think I might have to try this!..

Comment #1

WOW! You are so inventive! I love the chicken soup too, but I gotta tell ya, the portability of this idea really appeals to me. I have them in the oven right now, smells heavenly!.

We're going on a road trip today so I'll bring them for a travel meal instead of pretzels or a bar which I'd normally do..

Thanks for a great idea, I can tell they'll be way YUMO!..

Comment #2

Thanks for the awesome new recipe!! I just pulled mine out of the oven, and they are indeed YUMO!!!!.

I should clarify, by saying that these are really yummy when warm. I don't know if they're yummy at room temperature, because they didn't last that long!.

This is definitely going in my Medifast recipe notebook!!.


Comment #3

Yay! I'm so glad yall are trying these. Deb, I have to agree with you, I didn't let mine cool off either. I just dove in and crunched my way to a big old smile!.

Check out my blog for more recipes with pictures,.


Started: 4/5/10.

WEEKS (1 - 4): -7, -4, -3, -6 (-20 lbs. & 11").

WEEKS (5 - 8): -2, -3, -2, -3 (-10 lbs. & 8").

WEEKS (9 - 12): -3, -3, -2, ? (-8 lbs. & 6") out of town week 12 & no scale.

WEEKS (13-16): -5, -1, -3, -2 (-11 lbs. & 5").

WEEKS (17-20): -2, -3, -2, -2 (-9 lbs. & 7").

WEEKS (21-24): -0, -2, -2, -3 (-7 lbs. & 9").

WEEKS (25-28): -2, -0, -4.

4/5/10 - - - - - - 8/23/10..

Comment #4

Holy cow!! That sounds so good! I will definitely be trying it tonight...

Comment #5

Just had to mention that these travel well and are just as good cooled, room temp. I put the baked chips in a small tupperware bowl and brought them on our road trip yesterday. They were delish!..

Comment #6

Going to Vegas this weekend. It is a 4 hour drive. These will make a good snack...

Comment #7

Hi herbie2935 -.

I'm thinking of trying a sweet version of these chips using a shake meal. Have you already tried a version like this? Or has anyone else already tried this or know of a recipe?.



Comment #8

Joy I had such trouble with the chicken soups...kept trying to make "pot pie" and rolls and ummm....didn't work. I'm going to give it one more try thank you for posting this.

For a sweet version add extracts or SF syrups: think coconut and strawberry shake; chocolate and mint extract; vanilla shake with blueberry... (LOL) ect..

Follow the same directions and let us know what you create!.

I may try this tonight with dutch chocolate and PB..


Comment #9

These sound amazing. Can't wait to try it this weekend. I have been craving chips!!!..

Comment #10

Thank you for this recipe! I just made them and they're DELICIOUS!!!..

Comment #11

I just made them also and they are YUMMY!!!..

Comment #12

These were so much fun! I can't wait to do them again with rosemary and garlic! Thanks...

Comment #13

I just made it too. Very good. Hmmm I wonder how they would taste with the crab soup and use 1/2 tsp old bay seasoning instead...

Comment #14

Can't wait to try this recipe it sounds deliciouso!..

Comment #15

Wow, these look delicious! Look forward to trying them..

Comment #16

I just made these for lunch. Paired with an ice-cold Diet Coke, these were heavenly!..

Comment #17

OMG! They are awsome!! You are a genius! I didn't have poultry seasoning, so I put 1/2 tsp curry and 1/2 tsp cumin. It was delish!..

Comment #18

I am sooooooooooo happy everyone that's tried them so far is liking them. I may head to my kitchen tomorrow and try some more new concoctions - LOL!.


Started: 4/5/10.

WEEKS (1 - 4): -7, -4, -3, -6 (-20 lbs. & 11").

WEEKS (5 - 8): -2, -3, -2, -3 (-10 lbs. & 8").

WEEKS (9 - 12): -3, -3, -2, ? (-8 lbs. & 6") out of town week 12 & no scale.

WEEKS (13-16): -5, -1, -3, -2 (-11 lbs. & 5").

WEEKS (17-20): -2, -3, -2, -2 (-9 lbs. & 7").

WEEKS (21-24): -0, -2, -2, -3 (-7 lbs. & 9").

WEEKS (25-28): -2, -0, -4, -2 (-8 lbs. & 7").

4/5/10 - - - - - - 8/23/10..

Comment #19

Oh. My. Gosh. I just made them with a garlic/dill seasoning and a pinch of baking soda and then put a tad of marinara on top- these are just like thin crust pizza! YUM!..

Comment #20

I would not have believed it had I not tried for myself.....The chicken noodle chips are very good! I am going to try Prettyagain's modified version this weekend. Thanks for sharing your experiences...

Comment #21

I am in shock and awe. These chips came out SO GOOD! This soup as soup literally made me ill but as a chip it is so tasty. (Maybe the texture was bugging me?).

So so so happy that I have a way to use up the soup. Thank you so so so so much!.

Oooooooh. Now there's an idea. Gonna try that one too.


Comment #22

I made these today. thank youreally a pleasant change. nice to have some texture again!!! thanks...

Comment #23

DH made me these yesterday and yummy! I am going to try this with the chili tonight. Thanks for the great recipe!..

Comment #24

Do you think this would work with the Chicken and Wild Rice soup as well?..

Comment #25

What spice do you think would work with the Maryland Crab soup?..

Comment #26

Going to try making these, but I do my the soup as is... when I make these chips I think I may take an oz. of shredded cheddar (subtract from L & G) and melt it on them....

Comment #27

Tried the chili chips they came out ok, not as cook as with the chicken noodle soup.....I think I will try some different seasonings and see if they come out better...

Comment #28

I tried this tonight only adding cayenne and it was AWESOME! Thank you so much for sharing!..

Comment #29

I am so going to try this tomorrow. Can't wait!..

Comment #30

OMG - you look INCREDIBLE!!! I just got started this week and I am so psyched! I've already lost 10 lbs in 5 days! I'll be tring your chip recipe over the weekend!.

Thanks so much!..

Comment #31

Thank you so much Herbie for this recipe! I have to admit the first attempt wasn't so good...didn't have right seasoning and tried a Montreal Chicken by Mccormick but was salty and didn't make them thin enough so they were doughy kinda in the middle. Next time was Amazing! Thinning them out enough is a MUST and I know have the Rotisserie seasoning and want these every day Thank you again..

Comment #32

I had my daughter and her husband over for game-night tonight, they had chips and I made these. YUM-O!..

Comment #33

I made these again last night too! This time I remembered to take the wax paper off and just use my silicon baking sheet and I didn't set off the smoke alarm. LOL..

Comment #34

I make this as often as possible. They're so good and a great snack that you can make ahead of time. I'm a nurse in an ICU so these are great when you need to grab something quick and don't have time to use a shaker jar or microwave!..

Comment #35

Great idea! I'm taking the PHTLS class this weekend (20+ hours in the classroom) and was worried about my Medifast meals. (I haven't ordered the bars, puffs or pretzles yet) I'm going to make a couple batches tonight to have with me tomorrow!..

Comment #36

I made these today, they were good, reminded me of a corn chip, not sure why but they did.... I made them thin but I guess not thin enough, so I'm going to make them again tomorrow and see what happens when I make them almost see through... I thought I had it rolled out to the thinnest possible, but oh well, they were still good with my splurge of diet dr. pepper...

Comment #37

I think I rolled my first batch TOO thin. I'm going to try them a bit thicker tonight. Cayenne is a great idea....and they kind of remind me of corn chips too!..

Comment #38

I make mine with Cajun seasoning. Someone else mentioned only cooking them for 10 minutes and using it as a tortilla for a quesadilla. I want to try that tonight!..

Comment #39

AWESOME!!! I just made those chips and they are great! I made mine really crispy!! I am trying to save them until later this evening!!! Thanks soooo much!!!..

Comment #40

I just made these tonight, thank you so much for creating and sharing! They were great!..

Comment #41

I made these last night. I loved them! Thank you!!..

Comment #42

These sounded so good that I added the chicken noodle soup to next month's order. I tried something similar with the brownie mix tonight and it was amazing! Here's the recipe:.

1 Medifast brownie mix.

1 tbsp. water.

1 tbsp. SF syrup.

(or omit the syrup and use 2 tbsp. water).

This makes a fairly sticky batter, so rather than try to roll it out between wax paper, I just used the back side of a spoon to spread it as thin as I could on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Then I baked it at 325 for 15 minutes, cut it into smaller pieces and baked for 10 more minutes. They tasted almost exactly like the 100 calorie oreo crisps!!..

Comment #43

Hey Ladies!.

So glad that everyone is enjoying the chips. With Thanksgiving only a few days away, I got to thinking ... I wonder if I could use the Chicken Noodle Soup to make bread and then turn it into a mock cornbread stuffing??? Yesterday I was back in my kitchen playing "chef" again - LOL! I'm happy to say, it was a great success because now I will be eating cornbread stuffing with my turkey, green beans and squash on Thanksgiving while staying 100% OP!!! I posted my recipe on the board as well as under My Blog on My Page (with lots of photos), but here it is for all of you just in case you can't find it:.

MF Cornbread Stuffing.

1 pk Medifast Chicken Noodle Soup.

1/2 tsp baking powder (1 condiment).

2 Tbs egg beaters (deduct from lean).

2 Tbs water.

1 Tbs onion (1 condiment).

1/2 cup celery (1/3 green).

1 1/2 cups water.

Dash of black pepper.

Dash of chicken seasoning.

Pour water in a small saucepan along with finely diced onion, celery and dash of pepper. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat and cook for approximately 10 minutes or until onion and celery are soft.

Spray microwave container with Pam and set aside. Empty chicken noodle soup in Magic Bullet and grind until it's a fine powder. Combine baking powder and soup mix, then pour into prepared microwave container. Add water and Egg Beaters. Stir until consistency resembles corn bread batter. Microwave for 1 minute 20 seconds (1100 watt microwave - adjust accordingly).

After it's cooled, either cut into cubes or crumble with hands (should be dry like cornbread). Place mock cornbread in a bowl and add cooked celery and onion, then stir. Add approximately 1/4 cup celery/onion broth until you get the consistency you prefer. Now you can either warm it in the microwave or oven. I'm storing mine in the refrigerator so the flavors will meld together even more before enjoying it on Thanksgiving day..

Stuffing is my all time favorite food and it's my job to make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas each year. I'm a Southern girl and while this may not be my grandmother's recipe, it's absolutely delicious! Let me know if you try it and whether or not you like it.



Started: 4/5/10.

WEEKS (1 - 4): -7, -4, -3, -6 (-20 lbs. & 11").

WEEKS (5 - 8): -2, -3, -2, -3 (-10 lbs. & 8").

WEEKS (9 - 12): -3, -3, -2, ? (-8 lbs. & 6") out of town week 12 & no scale.

WEEKS (13-16): -5, -1, -3, -2 (-11 lbs. & 5").

WEEKS (17-20): -2, -3, -2, -2 (-9 lbs. & 7").

WEEKS (21-24): -0, -2, -2, -3 (-7 lbs. & 9").

WEEKS (25-28): -2, -0, -4, -2 (-8 lbs. & 7").

WEEKS (29-32): -2, -2, -2, -1 (-7 lbs. & 8")..

Comment #44

I made the tacos with the soup pretty nice shell it was worth it falling apart I put a little nacho seasoning in the mix before I cooked it 10 min. my picture would not load up..

Comment #45

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


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