Medifast recipe for Lydiaa's Shake n Bake Cookies?

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Hi everyone, I've had a lot of requests for this recipe I keep mentioning. The original thread was incredibly long so I'm reposting her great recipe again!.

Shake n Bake Vanilla Spice Cookie from Lydiaa.

Yeaayy!! I finally made a good cookie out of the shakes!! Woohoo!Vanilla Shake (diabetic or regular)1T flax seed meallittle less than 1/4 tsp baking powder1 T sf caramel syrupsplash vanilla ex.1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice1/2 tsp cinnamon1 packet Splenda1/4C - 1T water (to make up for the syrup).

I mixed all the dry ingredients together first, then added the wet ingredients together. Added wet to dry and mixed it up. I scooped out five cookies onto a PAM sprayed pan and baked at 350 for 15 min. Very yum!! Finally the shake cookies came out good! Hope you all like! I'm not sure how they'd come out without the flax seed meal because I've tried them before and it wasn't good.

Suesully NOTE: When done, shut off the oven and leave them in the oven with the door open for 5 min or so. Taste best when cooled.

I make these shake cookies all the time...sometimes with the original recipe but most often in different flavors. I use flax seed meal and omit the spices except for a tiny pinch of cinnamon and use:.

Vanilla shake/sf almond roca syrup/almond extract/plain splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf french vanilla syrup/vanilla ext/french vanilla splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf maple syrup/maple extract/plain splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf vanilla syrup/anise extract/plain splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf coconut syrup/coconut extract/plain splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf coconut syrup/pineapple extract/plain splenda.

Vanilla shake/sf lemon syrup/lemon extract/plain splenda.

Chocolate shake/sf chocolate syrup/rum extract/mocha splenda.

Chocolate shake/sf chocolate syrup/vanilla extract/hazelnut splenda.

Chocolate shake/sf hazelnut syrup/vanilla extract/hazelnut splenda.

Banana shake/sf banana syrup/banana extract/plain splenda.

Strawberry shake/sf strawberry syrup/strawberry extract/plain splenda.

Orange shake/sf vanilla syrup/orange extract/french vanilla splenda.

Mocha shake/sf kahlua syrup/vanilla extract/mocha splenda.

Mocha shake/sf white chocolate syrup/vanilla extract/mocha splenda.

These are all the combinations I have tried so far. Basically, just combine whatever syrup, extract and Splenda flavor you like. I found the flavored cookies tasted better without the pumpkin pie spice. Lydia's recipe has given me a tasty solid food meal and a great way to use up some of my shakes that I'm not always thrilled to drink as shakes. I will keep trying different combos to use up some of my less popular sf syrups too...

Comments (6)

Thank you Susan!!!.

I haven't ventured to making shake cookies before now, but if Lydia came up this, then it's good! Also.....It was Lydia, Carla, and Bettina made me a big believer in eating the ground flaxseed meal and it hasn't slowed my weightloss down one bit!.

Thanks for the ideas on other combos, good idea!.

Even though I am back to drinking more cold drinks with the warmer weather, these will be a nice change for my traveling Medifast food!.

I miss Lydia and Bettina being here!..

Comment #1

This is what I love about the Medifast boards. Just as I'm getting a wee hint that my momentum is waning, along comes something yummy sounding to put me back on track and remind me that change can taste good..

Thanks Susan!.


Comment #2

Thank you!.

Where can I find the flax seed stuff? I've never used it before.....

Comment #3

I made these today for a special treat and they are actually very good! I will definately make them again...

Comment #4

I found it at Publix supermarket in the "Greenwise" section of the store. This is where they keep all the organic stuff. Other supermarkets might keep it in the corn meal and baking supply aisle...

Comment #5

Flax seed meal is almost always available at any health foods/natural foods store and usually available in your local grocery. I normally find it where the health food items are but today I noticed it in the cereal isle in the hot cereal section by the oatmeal and Wheatena. I guess it depends on the grocery store...if you can't find it just ask them.

It is also available onlineBob's Red Mill has a good one...

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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