Medifast recipe for Apple Cinnamon Peanut Butter Cookies?

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Hi Everyone,.

This is a really easy (no syrup needed) recipe for fluffy and tasty apple cinnamon peanut butter cookies. They're the best ones I've made yet. Here's what you need:.

2 packets of apple cinnamon oatmeal.

1 tablespoon of creamy natural peanut butter.

1 tablespoon of splenda brown sugar blend it is less than 2 carbs!.

1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.

1/2 teaspoon of baking power.

Water to mix.

Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes and top with I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Spray...

Makes 2 meals and 1 snack. You will be full, trust me.....

Comments (9)

Gotta get some of that Splenda and try it... I am allowing small amounts of peanut butter back into my life... LOL... so this sounds good!..

Comment #1

Looks yummy. Tonight I plan to try the no bake brownie recipe I found on this site yesterday but tomorrow, apple cinnamon peanut butter cookies, here I come!! Thanks so much for posting this!..

Comment #2

Mmm. I think I'll make these on Sunday to stick in my pocket to bring snowboarding. I don't have the brown sugar splenda though, think a packet of stevia will work ok?..

Comment #3

I think regular splenda or stevia would be fine. I just thought the splenda brown sugar blend gave it a "real" cookie flavor...

Comment #4

I did not have apple cinnamon oatmeal or the brown sugar splenda, so decided to experiment a bit with your recipe combined one packet of maple and brown sugar oatmeal with a tablespoon peanut butter, 1/2 teaspoon baking powder, 3 tablespoons davinci sf butterscotch syrup, and water to mix. I made 6 little peanut butter butterscotch cookies counted as 1 Medifast meal and 1 snack. Yummy!..

Comment #5

Thank-you. Thank-you. After trying my first Medifast meal (Strawberry shake that did not taste like strawberry) I was really concerned about my potential to do this program. I decided to try these cookies. These taste very good and no funny aftertaste. Makes me believe I can find ways to make this program work...

Comment #6

Personally, I'd be cautious about adding splenda brown sugar blend, it contains sugar and molasses, both which are not on plan.

Bookkat, I can't stand the strawberry shakes. Some people like them blended with crystal light though. Give everything a fair chance though..

Comment #7

I just used regular splenda and they came out fine...

Comment #8

I'm so glad that you enjoyed the cookies!! Regular splenda does the trick. I don't think the 2 grams of carbs from the brown sugar blend would hurt, though... Especially if it keeps you on the program. Don't give up. Keep going...

Comment #9

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


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