Quick trick for Medifast Diet pudding?

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Last night I made the banana pudding and poured two teaspoons of SF choc syrup on top - OH MY was it good. Tasted forbidden. Was thinking this would work with vanilla pudding too or even the choc for a double choc desert...

Comments (15)

Thanks for the idea, I have SF caramel which I bet is really good in both vanilla and banana..

Comment #1

Yummy carmel...havent seen that one at my grocery store. I did see SF barbeque sauce and wondered if that was any good?.

Spoiled - you've lost 10 pounds in 3 weeks - wow!!! Congrats. I remember you started around the same time as me. I am hoping for similar sucess!!!!..

Comment #2

Genbee - Are you referring to SF syrup like Hershey's? In my mind, I pictured Da Vinci's, but am thinking that can't be right.....

Comment #3

I have been adding about 1 or 2 teaspoons of Vanilla SF syrup plus either coconut or carmel prailine flavor drops to my banana pudding then whipping it up in my Magic Bullet (with the cross blade) until the sound changes so It comes out like real pudding or sometimes it comes out more like mousse..

I've been using just UNDER 4 ounces of refrigerater water cause I was having runny puddin' too much. Now it works great...

Comment #4

I just opened my first bottle of SF chocolate syrup from Walden farms. it is fantastic and thick like real chocolate sauce. I tried a little in my hot cocoa - but seems there are lots of uses, and I've just begun!..

Comment #5

I too, use the magic bullet with cross blade to make up my puddings! Comes out very creamy and yes sometimes very much like mousse. I use Capella's flavor drops almost exclusively and have many favorites. The Chocolate-Carmel with a capful of Rum Extract and the Chocolate-Raspberry with a capful of Brandy Extract are my two fav's!..

Comment #6

I add a few shakes of cinnamon and pretend I'm eating banana bread!..

Comment #7

Oops Farrell you might be right, I could be using the term SF syrup wrong. I am talking about a product by Walden Farms called SF choc syrup - kinda like hersheys that you put on ice cream. It has no carbs and is sugar free, 12 cals per serving of 2 tsps.

It was so good I think I am going to have it again tonight!..

Comment #8


Mouse? I have been trying to make mouse. Funny that my pudding is always very think even though I add the high-end amount. So I got the idea for mouse and added a vanilla milkshake packet and blended but it didnt work. Whats this magic bullet??????..

Comment #9

You can look at the Bullet at this site, but I think they're available at the stores now a little cheaper..


Comment #10

I have a "Kitchen Bullet". Found it on Ebay and it was very reasonably priced and had a lot of extras with it. It was brand new. I love it...

Comment #11

That is a great idea using sugar free syrups on top of the puddings, I am going to have to give it a try.


Comment #12

THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! Our local Safeway stopped carrying these products, and just yesterday I was so bummed because I couldn't remember the brand name to research them online. I should have just come straight here! Thanks to you guys I just went to and am happily ordering away! I positively LOVE their SF salad dressings, especially the Oriental. I can't wait to try chocolate sauce on my pudding...

Comment #13

Aseastar - glad you found it after all, and yes it is totally yummy. You'll love it..

Acutally I have another trick! I put the pudding in the freezer for about an hour or just long enough to freeze but not be solid as a rock. Then I take it out and pour the choco syrup on top and eat it like ice cream - it's much more creamy than ice cream but sure tastes better than when it's at room temperature..

Anyway, if you find any neat tricks please share!..

Comment #14

I mix a few packets of banana pudding with either chocolate shake mix or chocolate pudding mix and divide them into equal meals and throw them in the freezer. It's like chocolate covered bananas. Yum...

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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