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Oh my. This was my holy grail. One of the weaknesses I have is peanut butter. PB&J is a wonderful soul food to me and I finally found the right recipie.....

1 pkg Medifast diabetic vanilla shake.

1 pkg Medifast scrambled eggs.

1 tsp baking powder.

1/8 cup SF peanut butter syrup (I used Davinci).

1/8 cup water.

Combine wet and dry separately, then bring together (a whisk is best for this). Spread in a rectangular shape, about a quarter inch thick, over a Pam sprayed baking sheet and bake at 375 for 5 minutes. Do the toothpick test and if it's not completely clean when it comes out, let it sit in the oven for a couple more minutes..

Once done, pull it out and let the bread cool on a rack. Cut it down the middle to form two pieces that resemble sliced bread..

Horizontally slice one of the pieces to make two thin slices of bread..

Spread the peanut butter and fruit spread over the slices, combine and enjoy!..

Comments (15)

Oh, oh, oh PB & J. Too good to be true. Thank you..

(Plus, it uses up those nasty vanilla diabetic shakes!).

Karen..

Comment #1

I am amazed at the recipes you are inventing! Are you a chef or do you just love to cook? The best I can do is follow the directions on the side of the boxes. I'm SO impressed!..

Comment #2

Just like to cook, Kansas. It's a creative outlet for me...

Comment #3

Made your PB cookies last night - Yummo!!! Thanks for the recipe!..

Comment #4

Just had my first Medifast peanut butter sandwich (not a big jelly fan)..OH MY! It was INCREDIBLE! You hit the jackpot with this recipe, it is my FAVORITE!.

Thanks for sharing!.

Shawn..

Comment #5

Wonder if I can use vanilla pudding? I don't have any shakes??..

Comment #6

I would try it.. The recipe (as is) worked out great but I have replaced shakes with pudding in other recipes and it worked fine. This is definately "the holy grail" as orangeblood would say.. I can't wait until tomorrow to have it again.. Good Luck!..

Comment #7

I just made it using a strawberry shake and a real egg. Didn't have any powdered eggs..

Comment #8

I'm still scared to use PB, HOWEVER... Got an e-mail from Hungry Girl this week about a new PB powder that can be used to make PB (with the same consistency) or used in recipes and has 75% less calories and fat (per 2 TB, 54 cals, 3.75 carbs and 2.84 grams of fat) and no trans fats. I'm thinking I'll it for baking and maybe even make it into real PB. Have to order it though....

Http://www.bellplantation.com/new/in...?content=store..

Comment #9

Oh Orangeblood that sounds won-der-ful!.

I have one question before I attempt it though. How do I log these Medifast recipes on the My Plan doohickey? Is this two meals + ??? How do y'all do it?..

Comment #10

I just finished making your cookies. I thought they were fabulous. I must say tho, I didn't have maple oatmeal so I used the apple cinnamon and no SF PB syrup. But it didn't matter, they were scrumptuous anyway, I like eating apples with PB on the slices so it was a good thing. I also used Splenda's brown sugar 2tsp instead of the regular packets, for more of a maple flavor, but it probably has more of a molasses flavor since that is added to the brown sugar splenda for flavor and color. 2 tsps=1tsp regular sugar.

Thanks for your website and receipes, I will be trying more.

Deborah..

Comment #11

Happa - This makes 1 PB&J sandwich and you end up with one left over pita to use however you like. The single PB&J counts as an Medifast meal that you would record as 0.5 Medifast Scrambled Egg, 0.5 Medifast Diabetic Vanilla shake and the PB should be 1 tablespoon (constituing your snack for the day)..

The other pita, you can use however you like and it would count as 0.5 eggs and 0.5 shake...

Comment #12

Awesome. Thank you, Orangeblood for spelling it out for a newbie...

Comment #13

I don't have the syrups or jellies but I did just make the bread and added a little cinnamon and Splenda to it and it definitely reminded me of French Toast... THANK YOU FOR THIS, ORANGEBLOOD! You are a savior. My taste buds were thrilled! I think I could make these and totally not even want to eat a bar later in the day...

Comment #14

I finally am catching up on threads from my space in rehab. Great going OB..will try when I am released!..

Comment #15


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

 

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