Medifast recipe for Shake cookies?

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I've tried one version of the shake cookies....and they were terrible - baked them for longer than recommended and were still wet on the inside (like pudding consistency).

What is the trick to getting these to be close to a 'real cookie' consistency - chewy or crispy, but not drippy!..

Comments (6)

I found that mixing the cookies and muffins up first and letting them sit for a few minutes and then pre-heating the oven gave them time to thicken up a little bit. Then I'd pop them into the oven and they came out nice...

Comment #1

Same thing happened to me... YUCK! Had to throw out the whole batch. Even bought poppyseeds and lemon extract to make muffins with. What a waste!..

Comment #2

That's odd.

The lemon poppyseed muffin recipe is one of the best ones around..

Follow the recipe again and they'll turn out fabulous!.

In fact I some today after my L&G.

Now, the shake cookies I haven't had luck with but will try Autumno's suggestion...

Comment #3

A fellow Medifast told me to add equal amount of baking powder and baking soda. Tried it and it works. And mine too were so terrible. Made some yesterday using equal baking powder and soda and they were great. I used 6 pks of oatmeal and thought if these are runny I will be PO. Shealso told me to bake them for 25 min.

They also look more like the real thing. Two of them make 1 Medifast meal. I have mine with coffee.Have a great Medifast week..


Comment #4

I don't have any success with the Medifast recipes either. So I just eat everything as is. The cookies are edible, but why bother? They looked like some weird Star Trek creature. And they felt like a wet sponge...

Comment #5

The other key to the batters... Water should be used in a range. Medifast packets don't always contain the same amount of powder. If a recipe calls for 1/2 cup, I usually start with 1/4 to 1/3 cup and gradually add little by little until it's the consistency I'm looking for. Unfortunately, you have to do this 'experiment' each time you bake, regardless of how many times you've tried the recipe...

Comment #6

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


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