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Medifast recipe for Choco-Peanut Butter Muffins?

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I just came up with these and wanted to offer you all the chance..

Recipe yields 24 mini muffins, 3 muffins per Medifast meal and a partial snack..

4 packets Berry oatmeal.

3 packets chocolate shakes.

1 packet chocolate pudding.

1 tsp baking powder.

1/4 tsp salt.

1 tbsp or so cinnamon.

1 tbsp vanilla.

4-6 tbsp chocolate sugar free syrup (I used Walden Farms, it is thicker than DaVinci).

1 1/4 cup water (might be a bit more or less I just poured until it was a decent batter).

4-8 tbsp peanut butter (low sugar/low carb/reduced fat).

Preheat oven to 350. Spray mini muffin pan with Pam. Mix dry ingredients then add the wet ingredients. Makes like a cake batter. Fill muffin tins full. Some even overflowed a bit.

Cool and then store ina plastic container..

I apologize that the recipe isn't really precise but I sort of bake that way, a little this and a little that. So most likely a little more or less of something won't hurt anything. The reason for variation in the peanut butter.....if you have more than 4 tbsp of peanut butter you will need to limit the muffins to 4 servings a day. With 8 tbsp, limit to 2 servings a day. Each 3 muffins counts as 1 Medifast meal and a partial snack again depending on how much peanut butter you use. A little common sense goes a long way!..

Comments (11)

Pam,.

OMG.. I've got to get some of these flavorings... I'd better hurry off to the gym before I eat a meal before I'm supposed to. Thanks for experimenting with the products. I have made many of the recipies offered up here and enjoy them. It also helps me to get the oatmeal down as I don't like it plain..

Ani..

Comment #1

Was just thinking about making muffins tonight. Yep, gotta try these. Now to find a peanut butter cookie recipe that TASTES like peanut butter cookies!..

Comment #2

THANK YOU for sharing your recipe...it's so generous.

Mary..

Comment #3

Just make sure you only have one serving of those muffins each day. Due to the amount of peanut butter, it counts as your snack and 1 meal for each serving.

I'd try them except I only make muffins when I need several portable meals all in one day and thus only being able to have one serving of these would mean I'd still have to make something else...

Comment #4

It would be really great if they made the oatmeal plain so that you didnt always have that artificial fruit flavors in the muffins...

Comment #5

Thanks for the great recipe, Pam! I made these tonight with a couple of modifications, including using maple and brown sugar oatmeal instead (I assume they discontinued the berry oatmeal at some point), and substituting PB2 for peanut butter.

Here goes:.

Choco-PB2 Muffins.

4 packets maple and brown sugar.

3 chocolate shake packets.

1 chocolate pudding packet.

4 tsp PB2.

Tsp salt.

1 tsp baking powder.

1 tsp cinnamon.

1 tbsp vanilla.

5 tbsp sugar-free syrup (I used Torani caramel).

1 cup water (add slowly to create a cake like batter).

Preheat oven to 350. Mix the dry ingredients, add the wet. Blend by hand until you get a decent-looking batter. Spray a 12-cup muffin tin with Pam (or use the papers) and add batter, dividing evenly. Bake for about 25 minutes, time varies of course. Allow to cool or eat warm!.

The batter filled 12 muffin cups almost perfectly, so I am considering 1 1/2 muffins to be a serving. By my calculation, here is the nutrition information for my humble version :.

Calories 112.

Total Fat 2 g.

Saturated Fat 0 g.

Trans Fat 0 g.

Cholesterol 0 mg.

Sodium 280 mg.

Total Carbohydrate 15 g.

Dietary Fiber 4.7 g.

Sugars 4.8 g.

Protein 12.5 g..

Comment #6

Thanks Pam! I was just looking for a new muffin recipe..

Comment #7

Thanks, that really sounds good. OK, it is evident that I have been on Medifast for a whole year saying that it sounds "good". You know what I mean..

I will try it tomorrow I think! Mother's Day Treat..

You ROCK GIRL!..

Comment #8

Emmern:.

So, am I reading your response correctly - you used a regular size muffin tin? Did you fill each 2/3 full like a regular muffin recipe?.

Thanks - Joanna..

Comment #9

I have a regular-size muffin tin and I filled each cup almost to the top. Enjoy!..

Comment #10

You guys are amazing that you can come up with these recipes! All I do is the food!..

Comment #11


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

 

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