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Doctored up a recipe I found not to long ago. Its not too bad. Thought I'd share..

4 pkts oatmeal.

3 pkts choc shake.

1 pkt choc pudding.

1/2 tsp salt.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

1 tsp cinnamon (*=things I changed from the original).

*2 pkts SPLENDA.

3 tbls canola.

*1 3/4 cup water.

*1 egg.

*2 tbls Nesquik syrup.

Mix all of the above. Line 12 muffin tins with papers and scoop out 1/4 of batter. Bake for 23-26 min @ 350'.

I sat down and poured myself 1/2 a glass of milk and ate the brownie and it was a nice change from our daily Medifast meals.

Nutritional info.

Each brownie=2 oz.

Cal 108.

Fat 3.

Cho 17.

Sodium 130.

Carbs 12.

Fiber 2.

Sugars 5.

Protein 7 ( I logged this info under private so it's easy to include accurate daily intake)..

Comments (8)

Looks yummy. Does it count as a Medifast meal? Bar? Snack?..

Comment #1

I would log it in either as a private food and watch the carbs/fat/cal for the day. Or the oatmeal seems to be the closest in nutritional value...

Comment #2

It looks good, but milk and nesqwik aren't on the plan. Maybe a SF chocolate syrup would be better...

Comment #3

Nesquik and milk may not be on the plan, but neither will I, forever. They add trace amts to the recipe, well actually only the syrup. The milk was on the side. I am nearing my goal weight and while not yet at the trasition phase, I slowly have been incorporating foods not on the program. I am still losing at a good pace and have found that cheating occasionally and/or adding foods that I feel are a good choice works for me. Granted, I don't have much to lose but eventually we will all face a time of transition. As long as we stay within the cal/fat/carb allowances for the dayI don't think 2 tbsp of Nesquik divided by 12 servings will jeopardize anyones weightloss...

Comment #4

I have been trying to find something portable and I have tried making muffins out of the oatmeal so many different ways but I hate them. they don't rise and they're spongy in the middle. my friend who experimented in college says the muffins taste like hallucinagenic mushrooms brownies sound nice, and I do need something to do with my 2 1/2 boxes of oatmeal, but can someone honestly tell me if these taste edible? I know we all have different tastes but just an honest unbiased opinion. that would be fabulous. I would really like to try this recipe, and i'd like to be able to eat it without holding my nose...

Comment #5

I'll be the first to admitI would not use the word delicious to describe my concoction. They are definitely edible and a change from the normal Medifast foods. I had quite a bit of trouble choking down other recipes for muffins (lemon poppyseed in particular). These brownies do tend to rise up quite a bit more than others I've tried and although they have almost a damp feeling in the middle, they are totally edible and I would describe them as not too bad!..

Comment #6

ChucksI woke up ready for a brownie. As soon as I unwrapped the mufin paperit hit me. That soy smell!I can't stand it. But to remedy the problem, I poured myself just a 1/4 cup of milk. Took a bite of the brownie and a sip at the same time. I think I'm on to something.

This is what I'll do to finish the rest. Only 10 left! I'm not so sure that I'd make it again...

Comment #7

For someone having trouble losing on the program I may advise not to use this recipe. However if you are closer to goal and are transitioning off the program it looks good...

Comment #8


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