Share, share.. please share the recipe.. this sounds great to me...
I got the recipe off this website.... here it is.
1 pkt shake mix (I used vanilla).
1/8 tsp baking powder.
Dash of salt (I use salt substitute).
2 packets of Splenda.
1/2 tsp vanilla extract.
1/2 tsp cinnamon.
1/4 to 1/2 cup of water to make desired consistency for drop cookies.
Mix and drop by teaspoons onto teflon coated cookie sheet (just bought new and had to try it out, did not need any spray).
I baked for 7 minutes at 350 degress for chewy texture..
I doubled this batch for two meals a day and will be experimenting with other shake flavors. ENJOY!!..
Thank you so much. I've been making cookies out of the oatmeal, but am out of it and until I receive my next shippment, these will be easy to take with me to work..
Have a great day...
Thanks so much! Just used the appetite sup. chocolate shake with the same recipe and these are delish! Much better than a cold shake!..
Glad to help. I used the vanilla shake appetite suppression shake but will be trying the chocolate one when my order comes in...
I gotta agree - the cookies seem to be more filling. I made OrangeBlood's peanut butter cookies this weekend and have made the shake cookies for the past couple of days. I had never made any of the medifast recipies before and this is adding a whole new dimension to the diet for me...
Ok, I had an idea. If you make the choc. shake cookies and spread peanut butter on them and make sandwhich cookies......That sounds really good to me. I'm going to try it tonight...
Gotta try this one. I've been using the oatmeat for cookies but am going to try the shakes. My plan over the holiday period is to peruse the recipe section of MF. I noticed a few of you have used the appetite control shakes. Have you noticed a difference between them and the regular shakes?..
Omg... Jennie.. that sounds tooo decadant for me... I love the thought but don't know if I would be able to keep from just slathering on the PB..
I definately notice a difference and it does not make you jittery or anything. Medifast states it is save and "user friendly"..