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Okay I got my order from I thought I would be unhappy about the Walden stuff. Not true. I ordered the coleslaw, asian and sweet onion dressings. Okay, not gourmet eating, but a lot better than what I expected. I also got the pancake syrup and chocolate syrup.

The big surprise is that I ordered the raspberry and strawberry fruit spreads. OMG maybe I am just deprived, but I have to say that the Medifast muffins with a spritz of ICBINB and some Walden fruit spread...well, delish. I am overall a lot happier than I expected...

Comments (18)

I was happy with the coleslaw dressing and fruit spread, too. I also like the bacon dip...goes well with the even celery sticks, though it sounds odd. Blue cheese dressing is good (again good with celery as a dip), but the Caesar is awful...

Comment #1

I think it's just that our taste buds are so deprived that they welcome anything at all that has a hint of flavor. I enjoy a good rice cake almost as much as a cookie now, it's like mmmmmmmm rice cake. I've ordered the flavor drops and can't wait to see how they taste in the hot chocolate. I wish Medifast would come up with a boxed pancake I could really live with that. Hot chocolate and pancakes, what a diet!..

Comment #2

Orangeblood, thanks for reminding me...others have said they like the bacon dip and blue cheese. I meant to try those too. Next order...

Comment #3

OH MY GOODNESS! I just drooled all over my keyboard. Chocolate pancakes mmmmmmmmmmmmm, I got to have a cold glass of milk with that. I'm having a bunch of teenagers for the night friday and I plan on making pancakes with strawberries and whipped cream. THAT will be a challenge for me. humm, may be a half of one with some SF syrup, wonder how many carbs that would be? SLAP ME, Maybe I will get the flavor drops before than and can use some toasted almond or something. I think I will shutup now before I listen to myself...

Comment #4

Janice...Make oatmeal pancakes for yourself with the Medifast oatmeal. So you don't feel deprived. I actually made chocolate pancakes out of the MBS oatmeal, Davinci SF Chocolate Syrup and some chocolate extract. XOXOXOXOXO..

Comment #5

I ordered a bunch of oatmeal when I started and it gaged me. I gave all I had to someone that needed it and have been oatmeal paranoid to order anymore. Those chocolate ones sounds really good. I'm still trying to find a "over the counter" instant oatmeal that is low enough in sugar etc to try to use for a lot of the recipes. I have hated oatmeal since I was small, we were made to eat the stuff daily, sends a shiver up my spine!..

Comment #6

OK, is there a website to order this stuff?..

Comment #7

How do you make pancakes from the oatmeal?! I MUST know!!!.

Is sugar free syrup "legal" to eat along with them?..

Comment #8

Hey ReNeOus. Do a search on pancakes on the forum. Basically it's the same as oatmeal with a little bit of baking powder and less water. The SF syrup is legal. I believe we can have up to 2 tablespoons a day...

Comment #9

Oh happy day! It's making me hungry just thinking about it... Haha... I do believe I'll be having that for dinner..

Comment #10

I think we can actually have four TBSP a day of the Davinci SF Syrups but I will check to be sure...

Comment #11

As for making pancakes.

1 pk Medifast oatmeal.

1/2 tsp. baking powder.

1/3 cup of water.

Davinci syrups, extracts, flavoring of your choice, wet or dry. i.e. pumpkin pie spice and some Davinci Gingerbread syrup, etc..

I mix it all up in a measuring cup and then you just make pancakes like you normally would. Be prepared to have to cook them longer than usual and they won't get bubbles on the surface like the regular ones...

Comment #12

I love to make the pancakes with the Apple Cinnamon oatmeal, then do a couple of sprays of ICBINB spray. For some reason, they taste more apple cinnamon-y than they do as an oatmeal. I probably make these 3 times a week at least...

Comment #13

I have tons of oatmeal that I'm quickly getting sick of, so I have a feeling I'll be making them pretty often too..

Comment #14

Ok, I had never heard of this website so I just visited. Are things like this legal for us to have on MF?.

Product Facts.



Low Carb Cheese Straws.

4.2 oz..

Nutrition Facts.

Serving Size: 12 Pieces (1 oz/ 28g).

Servings Per Container: About 4.


Per Serving % Daily.


Total Calories 160.

Calories From Fat 100.

Total Fat 11 g 17%.

Saturated Fat 7 g 36%.

Cholesterol 30 mg 11%.

Sodium 170 mg 7%.

Total Carbohydrates 6 g 2%.

Dietary Fiber 2 g 7%.

Sugars <1 g.

Protein 9 g.

Vitamin A 8%.

Vitamin C 0%.

Calcium 15%.

Iron 4%.

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

No preservatives. All natural snack food.

Ingredients: Aged cheddar cheese (milk, cheese culture, salt, enzymes, annato color), butter (cream, salt), defatted soy flour, fine whole wheat flour, oat bran, wheat gluten, cayenne pepper, white pepper, paprika...

Comment #15

Forget pancakes. how about chocolate WAFFLES!.

1 pack oatmeal.

1/4-1/2 tsp of splenda.

Cap of vanilla.

Cap of butter flavor extract.


1/4 cup water, thick like pancake batter.

Dash of salt.

Spray the waffle iron with butter flavor crisco. Top with the Walden's Chocolate syrup! Yum...

Comment #16

I got my WF order the other day. I'm not super wild about the onion dressing. I was a little dissapointed but it could have been because I didn't marinate the chicken breast before hand and may have undercooked it. I'll definitely try again though..

The caramel dip is divine!! Love it topped on an oatmeal scone or just a tsp in a shake makes all the difference..

Their ketchup is much better than the Steele's brand, IMO..

And of course, as always, love the asian dressing/marinade. I'm having it tonight with a tofu and shiratake stir fry!.

I haven't tried the apricot spread with roast chicken yet but I'll report back once I do...

Comment #17

I have found little ways to play with the Walden dressing too. Like adding a little rice vinegar, mustard powder, prepared mustard, or added spices. Or soy sauce. I don't think they are bad at all by themselves but they get much better with just a little doctoring. IMO...

Comment #18

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


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