My Favorite Medifast Diet Meal with Pictures?

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I posted this awhile ago without pictures, so here it is again for those that missed it. I just love this, reminds me of chocolate graham cracker pie..


1 packet oatmeal - (I use apple cinnamon).

1 packet splenda.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

Any spices you might want to add.. I use cinnamon & apple pie spice.

Just enought water to make it stick together (you want it very thick).

I use a jumbo muffin pan sprayed with pam. Each packet will make 2 muffins. Separate mixture into 2 halves and put into two muffin tin spots. Press with fingers up the sides and bottom. So I used 3 Oatmeal packets to make the 6 you see in this picture. I also make one packet at a time.

Bake at 350 for 10 min or so. Then I take out and gently make sure oatmeal comes out of tin. (make sure you use enough pam or they will stick and not want to come out). I then shut the oven off and put them back in for 5 min just to crunch them up a bit..

Then I make 1 package of Chocolate Pudding. I use a little under 4oz of water because you want the pudding thick so it stays in the cup..

So here is the breakdown. You use 1 oatmeal cup and 1/2 of the chocolate pudding mixture per meal. So every pudding packet you make equals 2 meal.

Here is what it looks like (cool whip, not recomened but I use just a small dalop).

Hope you enjoy as much as I do...

Comments (10)

My oh my this looks so good I think I will have to give a try after I get my next order......

Comment #1

Thanks for showing this, Lori. I have made the chocolate pies a bunch of times, and they are so yummy! It's great to have these inventive and delicious recipes re-posted, too, so the newer folks can see some of the things you can do with the little white packets.

Of course, everybody has to mess with a great recipe, right? First, I add a tablespoon of ground flax meal to the crust mixture. Totally optional, of course, but it does add a little more bulk and holds shape really well. I also make my crusts in a mini tartlet pan. Then I add a tablespoon of dark cocoa to the pudding. I get four little pies per recipe - making two mini pies per meal..

My favorite alternative to the chocolate recipe - I use Blueberry Oatmeal, a tablespoon of flax meal and one packet of True Lemon for the crust (plus the baking soda and a bit of water). The filling is Vanilla Pudding with True Lemon and/or SF lemon syrup and/or lemon extract. Whatever gives you the flavor you like best. And voila! Lemon pies...

Comment #2

This looks really good and I must try.

Quick question though, if you use 1 packet of oatmeal which is equal to 1 meal (makes 2 shells) and 1 pudding which is 1 meal (divided by 2) then coldn't you have 2 shells and that would be 1 oatmeal meal and 1 pudding (2Medifast meals)..

Comment #3

Also when you put them back in the oven to crisp for the 5 minutes are they still in the pan or have you taken them out?.


Comment #4

You Are My New Best Friend , Haha.


Comment #5

Oh my tummy and taste buds thank you for posting this!! I dont have choc pudding right now, but I may try it with the banana I have on hand...

Comment #6

To eat it as one of your Medifast meals it is one oatmeal muffin and 1/2 of the pudding. Then for another meal you eat the other oatmeal muffin and the other 1/2 of the pudding. So this recipe = 2 Medifast meals..

Yes I left the muffins in the tin to finish crisping them up..

I also left out that I refrigerate any extra muffins I make...

Comment #7

I, too, enjoy making and eating these!.

They are so easy! Newbies! You've got to try these!!!.

Thanks Lori!..

Comment #8

Thanks!! I will try these this weekend. Kudos to you super Medifast Chefs!!..

Comment #9

Thanks I will try this with my blueberry oatmeal..

Comment #10

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


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