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I read the thread somebody posted about adding SF/FF pudding to their shake and was VERY excited. I LOVE pistachio pudding! Do you mix it up and add it or add the powdered pudding mix to the shake? thanks..

Comments (9)

You just add one or two tablespoons to the shake mix, add the normal water as if you're making a shake and blend. I've found if I want shake consistency, I can only use 1 TBS pudding mix and a little more water than usual. If you want a thick pudding, add the normal amt of water with 2 TBS pudding. Enjoy!..

Comment #1

I used it in my Medifast pudding too. I only use 2 teaspoons though and increase the water to 5 ounces instead of 4. Pretty cool, eh? Don't you just LOVE Medifast?..

Comment #2

That sounds like a great idea! I amgoing to try that. I got a little creative today...a little creative is a big deal for me, lol. I added my peanut butter snack to a vanilla shake (I used the diabetic shake)! It was pretty good. My DH used to make vanilla ice cream and peanut butter shakes, so I thought I'd see if this worked. I like it. I often need the extra calories in a day, so here's my solution.



Have a medi-fantastic day!!..

Comment #3

Hey Terie. Yes, the peanut butter in a vanilla shake does takes like a vanillia/peanut butter shake. It's great, but remember, it adds calories/fat/carbs to your plan (your daily Medifast snack)...

Comment #4

Thanks defrag, I got it. I have been needing the extra, but I have only done it once, today. I will watch it!!..

Comment #5

Hey terie,.

I added PB to my vanilla pudding and it was so yummy.

I use PB for a snack 3-4 times a week. I eat a bar 5-6 days a week and have been losing every week. ENJOY!!..

Comment #6

I use the sugarfree puddings in my Medifast vanilla pudding.... I only need 1.5 - 2 tsp. It gives it a true pudding texture. I tried it with 1T sf pudding and it actually got too thick (so the idea to use 5oz water sounds like a good one). Butterscotch is good too, with a little sugarfree pancake syrup to top it off, it was like flan or creme caramel...

Comment #7

Love flan. will have to try this after I get the butterscott pudding. thanks...

Comment #8

Yes, I did the same thing the first time.

LOL ... I did the exact same thing last night and came to this thread this morning to report this mock flan success! Great minds think alike, eh Maureen?..

Comment #9


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

 

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