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The cold pudding really isn't my favorite. Is there a way to have it warm but not soupy?.

Thank you anyone...

Comments (10)

I love LOVE the egg custard recipe!.

1 pack pudding (vanilla or chocolate are my preference).

1/2 tsp vanilla extract.

1 egg white.

1/2 cup water.

1 splenda.

Mix together well (magic bullet or blender), pour into a large microwavable bowl. Microwave on 70% power for 90 seconds (watching carefully), stir gently. Micro again on 70% power for 1 min. It will fluff up and flow over if you are not careful. I love this recipe..

Comment #1

That sounds great but I have a question- when you use all your daily condiment allowance in a Medifast meal, what do you do for your lean and green? Just bland non seasoned meat and veggies??..

Comment #2

Well, worse case scenario this uses 2 condiments and Medifast suggests you use 3 or less... so if you still have one condiment left then you could use that for your L&G..

You don't HAVE to use the splenda either. But this is a nice treat...

Comment #3

OH MY, that was wonderful. I just had it for my afternoon snack!..

Comment #4

How do you count the 1 eggwhite when factoring in the rest of your lean?..

Comment #5

I dont have my quick list here with me, but I believe 17 egg whites are counted as a lean serving so I divide whatever else I am having by 17 and have less. *I* would deduct it from my lean, so if I were having ground buffalo I would have 1/17 less which equals about 6.6 ounces instead of 7 ounces..

One egg white only has 17 calories, 0 fat, and 0 carbs...

Comment #6

I just had this at work. I used a chocolate pudding, splenda and two tbls of egg beaters. After cooking it following directions, I cooked for 45 seconds at high power. It was yummy and I didn't use as many condiments. Thanks for the idea...

Comment #7

This is a GREAT idea.... it is sooo cold out here I am using up my hot Medifast drinks, I am sure I will be sick of by the time it's warm enough to have my beloved thick shakes....

Going to have this tonight.. thanks again..

Comment #8

This is sounds yummy - can't wait to try it..

Comment #9

So I just tried this recipe and I'm not sure I did it right. Is this supposed to be thick when it's done? am I supposed to put it in the fridge to chill so it can set up before I eat it?..

Comment #10


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