With the Medifast Diet, are there any special instructions for diabetics?

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First question I have is With the Medifast Diet, are there any special instructions for diabetics? Looking forward for any answer. Second question of mine... Making the oatmeal at the office was a DISASTER today! I thought I saw somewhere on the boards that people make a muffin from the oatmeal instead using baking powder. Does anyone have the recipe?.

Thanks in advance!.


Comments (13)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could answer your Medifast question..

Comment #1

Bummer...not on my boxes. I have apple-cinnimon and maple- brown sugar. I'm trying the cookie recipe that was on the side of the apple-cinnamon box..

If anyone runs across the muffins, please post :-).

Thank you!.


Comment #2

Particular, I couldn't make that link work. Not sure why..

Here's one, but there's a simpler one that I do. I'll post it or find it by doing a search in the recipes..

To anyone who hasn't tried the oatmeal muffin, I actually liked it a lot. I made mine in the microwave for the first time, but will definitely try the oven next time..

I used:.

1 packet oatmeal (I used apple cinnamon).

1 packet Splenda.

1 egg white.

1/2 tsp baking soda.

A sprinkle of cinnamon.

Mixed all ingredients and added water slowly to get a batter-like consistency. "Baked" in the microwave for 1 minute (I used a coffee cup!)..

It came out pretty good. A little bit dry, but definitely more filling than the oatmeal on it's own. Satisfies the bread craving and I think I'll be making them more often. I also sprayed a little ICBINB spray and it was pretty darn good. Just thought I'd share..

Comment #3

Here's the one from the package, but my version. I didn't like all the condiments it used..

One packet any flavor oatmeal.

1/8 TSP Baking Powder.

4.5 TBS Water.

(they had splenda, cinnamon and vanilla which I chose not to add).

Bake at 325 for 12 minutes. Or microwave for 1.5 minutes in my microwave...

Comment #4

This recipe is more like one big "muffin," or a piece of cake, but it's my favorite. I've tried a few of the other recipes and none have been as good as this one..

I've used different oatmeal flavors and they've all been good, reminds me of spice cake. I'm not big on making things out of Medifast meals, but this one I actually ordered more oatmeal specifically for...

Comment #5

Here's a search explanation so the next time you want to find a recipe, you can go look..

Click on Discussion boards. Then go to Search and Advanced search. Type in what you are looking for and make sure the dropdown says "search titles only" and then go down and highlight " and food tips" and then click search...

Comment #6

I have been using a brownie tray to make oatmeal bars - add about 4.5tbs of water to a pack of oatmeal (any flavor) and stir to make it into a brownie batter like consistency then cook (micro) for ~1 minute 20 seconds. I then dust it with a bit of Equal. Quite good..


Comment #7

Thank you Everyone for your reply's....I am going to make a few tonight and get my oatmeal back on the table :-).

Have a great day everybody!!!.


Comment #8

This is what I do, although I skip the Equal. I've convinced myself that it tastes like an oatmeal cookie and it saves all of your condiments for other places that might need them more. Works just fine on a regular little plate if you don't want to use a brownie tray...

Comment #9

Just had one for breakfast -.

1 peach oatmeal (or any flavor).

1/4 tsp baking powder.

1/8 tsp cinnamon (optional).

2 tbsp water.

2 tbsp eggbeaters.

Mix in a coffee mug, put in micro for 1 min. Pops right out of the mug. Slice in half. You can eat it on it's own but I like 1 tbsp cream cheese on it (taken from healthy fat). Makes a nice dense muffin..

- this is the easiest ever, works for all the powder meals..

Comment #10

I make it the most basic way possible so I don't have to use any condiments or portion out my lean. Just 3-4 table spoons of water, mix it in the oatmeal in a mug, cook for one minute. It slides right out onto my paper towel and I'm off doing what I like doing...

Comment #11

I posted my mini oatmeal muffin recipe on the "Recipe's" thread yesterday. I put a little On Plan icing on them too. Yes, you do use up some other condiments with the recipe but on those days when you need a little "extra" pick me up, they are delish!!..

Comment #12

This is what I use as well, almost every morning. I spray it with ICBINB and use a tiny amount of WF strawberry on it...

Comment #13

The brownie tray method was fabulous!!!! it allowed me to eat my oatmeal on the road!! loved it!!..

Comment #14

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


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