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I'm 11 days into this program, Vegetarian style, and have yet to figure out a way to make the pudding more like pudding and not some runny, clumpy mess. Any suggestions? Any good veggie recipes? Im not very creative, at least with what one is allowed to eat on the 5 & 1 plan. Thanks!..

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I found that chocolate pudding seems to set best with 4oz of COLD water. For some reason, when I do the same thing with vanilla pudding, it's watery..

Comment #1

I always use about 4.5-5 ounces of water and always use a wisk instead of a spoon to mix. It's a little runnier than normal, but it sets pretty well in about 30 minutes in the fridge...

Comment #2

I use the shaker that came with my order and shake a long time, probably 45 seconds or so, then let it cool in the fridge for at least 4 hours. Never been clumpy or watery...

Comment #3

After you shake it, put it in the freezer for an hour or so. I love it frozen!..

Comment #4

I hate the pudding just mixed, I didn't like the clumpyness. The Magic Bullet was worth it just for smooth pudding. Does a nice job with the shakes too.

I'll toss it in the freezer for about 20-30 minutes. I don't like it completely frozen. I like it to firm up, sometimes the outer edges get frozen, or chunky, but not in a bad way..

I'm not a veggie, but my 2nd fav no meat meal is a regular egg or an egg beater omelet with sauteed mushrooms, and some reduced fat mozzarella cheese. I love cottage cheese as well.

I've bought the MSF grillers prime burgers and they are phenomenal, also like the GB Flame Grilled patties.

Here's a super filling meal that will use up one of your Medifast meals, so do it on a day where you're rushed, or will only have your green separately.

I made a bun out of the tomato soup bread, using a straight sided ramekin, so the bun is uniform. I cut it in half, just like a hamburger bun. You can have 3 of the GB patties as a lean serving, but I'll have two, and then make an overhard egg and put that on the sandwich. You get 3 eggs as a lean option, so I subbed out a GB pattie for an egg. Not sure if it's up to Nutrisystem standards, but the math works.

I'll put the patties on the bun, with some lettuce. Feels like a great burger. I have to watch myself, otherwise I'll have it all the time..

Comment #5

Ice cold water, I believe, is the key. I use a small metal whisk and don't get lumps. I'll also take the pudding and put it in the freezer for a bit right before eating. I try to think it's ice cream...

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