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Recipe for Medifast Brownies made from hot chocolate?

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I thought I saw a recipe for brownies made from the Medifast hot chocolate, but now I can't find it. Did I just imagine it?..

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Your question was: Recipe for Medifast Brownies made from hot chocolate?.

I needed to use up one of the remaining vanilla pudding packs I had (the only flavor of pudding I don't like) and decided to experiment with a recipe that I made up on the fly. It turned out pretty good actually....

I combined in a large bowl:.

- two packs of Medifast hot cocoa.

- one pack of Maple & Brown Sugar oat meal.

- one pack of vanilla pudding.

- two teaspoons of egg beaters.

- two teaspoons of Smart Balance natural peanut butter (reduced fat, unsweetened + flax/omega 3 fatty acid).

-3/4 cup water.

- 1/8 tsp of baking powder.

- one packet of splenda (I've found in my other baking experiments, the sweetness is reduced so I now supplement a bit with an extra pack of splenda when baking).

I mixed it all up until it was in a thick batter, sprayed two mini loaf pans with Pam and.

Baked about 30 mins at 350 degrees.

It smelled amazing while cooking when I poked a toothpick into the center and it came out clean, I decided it was done. It remained soft and moist in the middle (I liked it that way) but if you want it more "cakey" you could leave it in a little longer.

I split each mini loaf into 2 and it created 4 large-sized "brownie cakes" I ate one and left the other 3 for later. Best not to eat more than two per day due to the PB... and leave the other two for a grab and go snack for later...

Comment #1

Another experiment I made today:.

Two packs of hot cocoa.

Two packs of blueberry oatmeal.

One large pan.

1/2 cup of water.

2 tblsp egg.

1/4 tsp baking powder.

I spread this into a square glass pan and baked. I didn't have any pudding this time, and decided to skip the PB to see what happened this batch turned out a nice little batch of cookie-sized "brownies"..

Comment #2

I made the brownies listed in the post above tonight, only I used the apple cinnamon oatmeal instead of the blueberry. I also used just a bit more water to make the batter spread out easier. They turned out really good! They weren't as thick as I make my brownies, but they were tasty, and they smelled delicious when baking! I am waiting on my new shipment to arrive, and am out of crunch bars, so this was a nice treat!!..

Comment #3

This looks good! I only have peach oatmeal left, we'll see how it turns out...

Comment #4

Wow, I wish I had found this thread just a little earlier. LOL I am sitting here drinking lumpy hot cocoa and I have tons of Maple Oatmeal. I wonder if I could try to do this later on with the oatmeal.

I love that everyone is so creative...

Comment #5

Brownies tonight for sure!!.

Thanks so much for these great recipes!!.

Kathy..

Comment #6

Hi. good morning. There is a thread on the board called "Recipes Only". This was in there. Not sure who gets the credit for the recipe..

Hot cocoa brownie.

1 pkt Medifast hot cocoa.

4 T water.

3/4 tsp non-aluminum baking powder.

Mix dry ingredients well. Add water and mix. Spray bowl with Pam if needed (she used a plastic bowl she didn't need to do that with). Mocrowave 1-1/2 min until done but not burned. Depends on your microwave. Enjoy.

That was yummy too..

Here is another one.

Hot cocoa brownie.

2 T water.

1T egg beaters.

3/4 tsp baking powder.

1 tsp flaxseed.

1 packet hot cocoa.

Combine all. Bake at 350 for 10-12 min. Use a deeper dish that it seems ou need. It will rise. She used a loose sheet of aluminum foil to keep the top from overbrowning.

She said that sometimes she makes a larger batch and bakes in a square pan. Makes a great "grab and go" and actually feels decadent on a day you just cant decide what to eat..

Hope this helps..

Have a great day/Geri..

Comment #7

I needed to use up one of the remaining vanilla pudding packs I had (the only flavor of pudding I don't like) and decided to experiment with a recipe that I made up on the fly. It turned out pretty good actually....

I combined in a large bowl:.

- two packs of Medifast hot cocoa.

- one pack of Maple & Brown Sugar oat meal.

- one pack of vanilla pudding.

- two teaspoons of egg beaters.

- two teaspoons of Smart Balance natural peanut butter (reduced fat, unsweetened + flax/omega 3 fatty acid).

-3/4 cup water.

- 1/8 tsp of baking powder.

- one packet of splenda (I've found in my other baking experiments, the sweetness is reduced so I now supplement a bit with an extra pack of splenda when baking).

I mixed it all up until it was in a thick batter, sprayed two mini loaf pans with Pam and.

Baked about 30 mins at 350 degrees.

It smelled amazing while cooking when I poked a toothpick into the center and it came out clean, I decided it was done. It remained soft and moist in the middle (I liked it that way) but if you want it more "cakey" you could leave it in a little longer.

I split each mini loaf into 2 and it created 4 large-sized "brownie cakes" I ate one and left the other 3 for later. Best not to eat more than two per day due to the PB... and leave the other two for a grab and go snack for later...

Comment #8


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