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Sundried Tomato Bagel Medifast recipe

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I am extremely picky and really only give recipes credit when credit is due (and for me that is when it is 95%-100% like the real deal!) I have made many things that are "good" but in my mind just not quite worthy of a "YUMMY" score! So, now that you know how critical I can be I want to share a recipe I made this morning. I found the recipe (on this board somewhere) and tweaked the baking time and I just enjoyed what I believe is the first thing that I have made, that I could have done a taste test with my eyes closed and not known the difference between my Medifast Bagel and one from the store! And you know how many CARBS are in those from the store! Yikes! Now mind you, my Medifast bagel was a flatter version, but had the great bagel texture and was fabulous! ~and okay, the low fat cream cheese on top really made it!.

Combine:.

1 pkg Medifast Scrambled Eggs.

1 pkg Medifast Cream of Tomato Soup.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

1/4 tsp onion powder.

1/4 tsp garlic powder.

1/2 tsp dried basil.

1 Tbsp ground flax seed.

Stir the dry ingredients up well to combine, then add.

5 Tbsp water.

I set my oven on Convection (you don't have to, but I'm just telling you exactly what I did to 375 degrees. I used parchment paper on a cookie sheet, but the original recipe said to spray a baking sheet with PAM (either way would be fine). You then divide the dough (mine was wetter than dough, more like thick batter) into 2 circles on the baking sheet (mine kinda spread flat)..

The original recipe said to bake for 5 minutes, then turn oven to low broil and brown for add'l 5 minutes BUT I find that almost every Medifast recipe I "bake" comes out doughy in the middle and I can't stand that texture, so I chose to bake these for 12 min, then I covered them lightly with foil (so they wouldn't dry out too much on top) and baked an add'l 5-6 minutes.

Maybe baking them longer gave them more of a bagel texture?? I then let them cool and threw them into a ziploc bag. I went to have one and noticed they got kinda moist and sticky, so I threw one into my toaster oven (on toast cycle) and spread 1 Tbsp Low Fat Cream Cheese on top and WOW I had a Sundried Tomato Bagel with Cream Cheese!! I will be baking up these and having them for breakfast!.

This recipe makes 2, and 1 would count as 1 Medifast meal EACH (and of course you need to count the low fat cream cheese).

Give it a try!.

I don't know about you, but this website and all the recipe and blog support is what keeps me on this program! So, thanks to YOU ALL for keeping me here.

God Bless You on your journey!..

Comments (27)

I'm adding this one to my recipe files. Thanks!..

Comment #1

Could you use egg whites and if so, how much?..

Comment #2

I would guess prob 2 egg whites, and reduce your water, cause you don't want to have it too wet...

Comment #3

I used the cream of broc packet that I had, and it was YUMMY!!!! It was great to have "bread" again. Keep the recipes coming!..

Comment #4

Thank you very much! I had scrambled eggs (which I don't like) and tomato soup (which I don't like) extra just sitting on my Medifast food shelf. Now I know what to do with them! Great idea thanks so much!..

Comment #5

I'm new to Medifast and am glad there is so much help on this site! The bagels sound yummy! I'll have to wait until next month since I don't have the scrambled eggs but I'm keeping the recipe handy..

Blessings.....

Comment #6

I tried using egg beaters and adjusting water...didnt work for me, too flat (still tasty) but not the texture of bagel like the first ones... just so you know. I'll stick with the dried eggs from now on. Enjoy!..

Comment #7

I'm assuming this would also make great breadsticks too! Wow it's amazing what people come up with here..

Comment #8

I have been making Medifast bagels with :.

1 packet oatmeal.

1/4 cup eggbeaters.

1/4 tsp baking powder.

Water to make batter maybe a little less than 1/4 cup.

Stir together and put in Pam sprayed individual pyrex ramekin.

Microwave on high for 2 minutes....

Remove from ramekin, cool slightly cut in half and toast. TOTALLY YUMMY!.

I also make "hamburger buns" using the same basic ingredients except SOUP instead of oatmeal and add many herbs to it. I also put it in a little larger bowl so it is bigger around...

Comment #9

I don't have the eggs & I prob won't be getting them anytime soon, but I'm totally going to try this with the egg beaters/whites! Thanks for posting this because I LOVE bagels & have been craving one for awhile now!..

Comment #10

Thanks for thuis recipe It was delish and a great alternative for a soy free breakfast.(i jave hypothyroidism and can't have soy for 3-4 hrs after my pill)..

Comment #11

If anyone does try this with eggbeaters or egg whites can you post back on success? Sounds like a great way to use up my COC soup..

I did make it with my last remaining scramble egg package yesterday. Mine cooked up kinda funky. Second one (after sitting in the plastic bag for a day) was definitely better than the first one (more chewey)...

Comment #12

I just made this recipe. I added some spicy Mrs. Dash and cooked until very crispy. One of my favorite receipes. Thanks so much for posting this...

Comment #13

Okay, I officially love you! This was wonderful with a half of a wedge of LC french onion cheese per serving, I am officially in heaven..

Comment #14

So, this morning I made myself two of these 'bagels' and ate one with a half of a wedge of LC cheese for breakfast. Then I took the other one, spread the other half of the wedge of LC cheese on it and added one ounce of shredded chicken (which I will subtract from my lean tonight).

I'm sitting at my desk, knowing that I have this 'sandwich' in my bag and I'm counting the hours until lunch! Yummo!..

Comment #15

OMG! I made these last night, only thing I did different was add a pinch of taco seasoning. Although I had eaten all my food for the day I couldn't help but keep smelling these over and over. They smell like pizza! I can't wait to try one in about 1 hour from now. My willpower has increased immensely since starting the program 4 1/2 weeks ago (again.....). I can't tell you how grateful I am that someone has a recipe using the Tomato Soup and Eggs - becausd I have both and to me personally both are very icky alone. So in a recipe I'm confident I'll be ordering more of them. Thanks so much for the recipe!!!!!..

Comment #16

My husband and I had this for lunch today and it was very good. This is the best "bread" product I've had. Thanks!..

Comment #17

Headed to the kitchen to try this now ~ finally have the COT ~ been looking forward to this one!..

Comment #18

Just tried this today, and it is SO good! I am happy I have tons of COT and Egg. Now I know what to do with them!..

Comment #19

Have this in the oven now. I miss my bagels. I used to love a bagel for breakfast. I am out of cream of tomato soup, so I substituted cream of broccoli. We'll see how it turns out in about 15 minutes...

Comment #20

This thread is almost a year old, but I just made this, and it was delicious!! What a wonderful change of pace.

I left out the onion powder because it isn't my favorite and I was trying to cut back on condiments, but if anyone wants the nutrition info for the bagels (without onion powder), it is:.

1 bagel (2 made from recipe).

122.5 calories.

2.4 grams fat.

.4 grams saturated fat.

35 g cholesterol.

306 mg sodium.

315 potassium.

13.5 carbs.

5.25 fiber.

2.5 sugars.

13.75 protein.

33% Vitamin A.

35.5% Vitamin C.

29.25% calcium.

27.25% Iron.

3.25 condiments, so slightly over the limit - I may cut back slightly on the flaxseed next time.

If someone were planning to use egg beaters, they may want to cut the flaxseed down as well - flaxseed is often used as an egg substitute in recipes.

This is fantastic! Thank you!..

Comment #21

I notice I never replied back here. Using the cream of broccoli wasn't the best flavor. I ordered some tomato soup in my most recent order so I'll have to try it with that next weekend...

Comment #22

I made these last night and the only condiments I used were the baking powder and some garlic powder. LC lite French Onion cheese was my topping of choice. YUMMO..

Comment #23

So the flax seed is not necessary for this to come out? I dont have any and am tired of buying stuff just for one recipe lol..

Comment #24

I haven't used flaxseed in anything. It worked for me...

Comment #25

Hmm, thanks, I might omit it next time to cut down on condiments and calories...

Comment #26

Made a variation of this this morning. I realized when I was getting ready to make it I was out of Medifast scrambled eggs. So here's what I did to improvise..

Combine:.

1 pack cream of tomato soup.

1 teaspoon baking powder.

Minced garlic (didn't measure, just sprinkled some in).

Dried chopped basil.

Onion powder.

Salt.

Pepper.

1 T ground flax seed.

Then, I added enough egg beaters to make a very thick batter (maybe 2 or 3 Tablespoons?).

I then spread into a thick circle on pam sprayed baking stone..

Baked at 375 degrees for about 13 minutes..

I let cool a little bit then cut in half and put in the toaster..

I spread each half with reduced fat chive and onion cream cheese and topped with some smoked salmon..

So good!..

Comment #27


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

 

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