Your question was: Medifast Chocolate Pudding - should it be runny?.
I like putting it in the freezer for a while before eating- it tastes like ice cream!..
I do mine with cold cold water and whisk whisk whisk and then put in the fridge for a little bit to chill out even more. It comes out great every time but I think the colder water really helps and the whisk takes out the lumps..
When I used to use warmer water, I think that is why I would not chill or set...
I never us a 1/2 cup water, I use between 1/4 and 1/2 that way it is nice and thick. Linda in Pa...
I agree with Linda - less water and I have best results when the water is COLD - out of the fridge. Tap water never worked for me for good pudding..
I make it the night before and leave in the the refrigerator until I'm ready to eat. I use 1/2 c water as I want as much volume as possible. It is always very thick... I LOVE IT -..
Thank you all for the instructions...I think less water and colder water will hopefully be an improvement! :-)..
Me too. I also like using the Cinnabon Recipe for the vanilla shake, but using vanilla pudding instead, and freezing. You need less butter buds and cinnamon for this..
Start Date: 8/22/09..
In the magic bullet with a bunch of ice and only enough water to make the blender go. It is exactly like a fudgecicle..
I bought a whisk at Wal Mart that is small, has a coating of rubber on it and putting the COLD water in a tall bowl that gives you room to whisk it ~ really makes a difference I noticed after at least a minute it is MUCH thicker than just stirring/whisking until just blended. I also have been crushing a few almonds, flaxseed & tiny amt. of butter, splenda together for a topping! yummy (oh, I toast it first)..
I save two Medifast Meals and using a Bullet Style Blender I blend 1 cup of Ice, 1 cup of Ice Cold Water, 1 packet of Hot Chocolate and 1 packet of Chocolate Pudding. It taste like a Wendy's Frosty treat - so yummy!!!!..
I tried cooking it today. I added 1 Tbs. of Egg Beaters and zapped it in the microwave for 90 sec. It was really good, very thick and I enjoyed it warm with a dollop of WF Marshmallow on top...