Best Walden Farms syrups for Medifast?

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So, okay. I've heard people mention Walden Farms syrups on here before, but I just checked their site and they have a MILLION items! Like jelly, sauces, and salad dressings..

According to their site ALL of their products have no calories, no carbs, and no fat..

Are we allowed to use any of their products? In my mind it makes sense, but I want to be sure before I place an order...

Comments (12)

Yes....they ahve nothing in them.....they are all OP!! And some of them are really great too!..

Comment #1

It also may be cheaper (just because of shipping) to purchase their products from

Plus the walden farms website doesn't have good customer service, whereas netrition does. Just a thought...

Comment #2

Are these available in any grocery stores, or online only?..

Comment #3

If you check on the Walden Farms website they'll give you stores near you that carry their products, but it's not always accurate. I've found them at Henry's Farmers Market, and according to their website the products should be at Ralphs but I have yet to find them there. Plus not all products are available if you do find a store that carries them..

Comment #4

Albertsons and Fred Meyers also carries Walden farms dressings...

Comment #5

If you have a Sprouts near you, they carry the entire line of Walden Farm products..

Something to keep in mind. Many of their products are simply awful if tasted right out of the jar, but are fine when combined with shakes or eaten with other foods. There is an undeniable chemical taste to all of them. That being said, I love the pancake syrup and use it still, the salad dressings aren't bad. The fruit spreads are ok, but not straight out of the jar. The chocolate dip and marshmallow I ended up throwing in the trash.

These are the products I've tried..

I have hear from many, many people though to stay far far away from their peanut butter!..

Comment #6

I have just tried a few of their things... but here's my take on them and what I have tried....

The whipped pb... I use this on a hot brownie out of the micro and stick it straight into the freezer... just adds a touch of nutty taste. By itself, I am not sure how I would use it... thinking I might try a scoop of it in a choco shake to see if I got a reese's taste... somehow I doubt it...

Anyone try it?.

I just bought the marshmellow creme last night not knowing how I am going to use it, but thinking about the brownie again... or a topping on the softserve..

Caramel sauce..... nope, yuck... don't do it.

I bought the ranch dressing and have mixed it with some salsa for a taco salad... very happy about that! YUMMO!..

Comment #7

The bbq sauces are good. Actually really good..

The marshmallow dip is good as a dollop dropped in a shake then blend. Makes them super rich. It can also be used for the cinnabon recipe. Do not eat it as is out of the jar.

Locally here Price Chopper carries some of the product...

Comment #8

I love WF! Even when not on a diet, I love all of their jams. If you make an Medifast oatmeal english muffin for breakfast, toast it, and spread WF jam on'll be happy. I really like the caramel dip (I like to dip Medifast crackers in it), the chocolate dip makes good "frosting" for shake cakes, the chocolate sauce is excellent mixed with Medifast chocolate shakes to add a lot of choco-depth to the flavor. I happen to think the maple syrup is the best SF syrup on the market. I like the honey-mustard dressing, and the coleslaw dressing...but the others I haven't liked as much. You can find coupons online for buy one-get one free...

Comment #9

Add 1 Tbsp of the marshmallow dip to your chocolate pudding and whisk it with a wire whisk. Freeze for 30 minutes. Chocolate Ice Cream..

Add 1 Tbsp. caramel dip to vanilla pudding and add cold coffee and ice. Blend. Coffee toffee shake..

Substitute 1 Tbsp. chocolate syrup for 1 Tbsp. water in the brownies..

Use 1 Tbsp. blueberry syrup in your blueberry oatmeal, peach oatmeal, or vanilla shake..

I could go on and on........

Comment #10

I use the strawberry syrup to flavor pancake muffins and add it when I am making a shake with vanilla pudding (and banana pudding shakes, too). Turns the vanilla into a pretty good strawberry shake. I also like the maple syrup and BBQ sauce. Tried and hated the ranch dressing...

Comment #11

I really like the Pancake syrup, Honey Djion dressing and Thousand Island dressings. The BBQ sauce is pretty good too, as is the strawberry spread. Hated (HATED!) the Peanut butter...

Comment #12

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


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