I found that chocolate pudding seems to set best with 4oz of COLD water. For some reason, when I do the same thing with vanilla pudding, it's watery..
I always use about 4.5-5 ounces of water and always use a wisk instead of a spoon to mix. It's a little runnier than normal, but it sets pretty well in about 30 minutes in the fridge...
I use the shaker that came with my order and shake a long time, probably 45 seconds or so, then let it cool in the fridge for at least 4 hours. Never been clumpy or watery...
After you shake it, put it in the freezer for an hour or so. I love it frozen!..
I hate the pudding just mixed, I didn't like the clumpyness. The Magic Bullet was worth it just for smooth pudding. Does a nice job with the shakes too.
I'll toss it in the freezer for about 20-30 minutes. I don't like it completely frozen. I like it to firm up, sometimes the outer edges get frozen, or chunky, but not in a bad way..
I'm not a veggie, but my 2nd fav no meat meal is a regular egg or an egg beater omelet with sauteed mushrooms, and some reduced fat mozzarella cheese. I love cottage cheese as well.
I've bought the MSF grillers prime burgers and they are phenomenal, also like the GB Flame Grilled patties.
Here's a super filling meal that will use up one of your Medifast meals, so do it on a day where you're rushed, or will only have your green separately.
I made a bun out of the tomato soup bread, using a straight sided ramekin, so the bun is uniform. I cut it in half, just like a hamburger bun. You can have 3 of the GB patties as a lean serving, but I'll have two, and then make an overhard egg and put that on the sandwich. You get 3 eggs as a lean option, so I subbed out a GB pattie for an egg. Not sure if it's up to Nutrisystem standards, but the math works.
I'll put the patties on the bun, with some lettuce. Feels like a great burger. I have to watch myself, otherwise I'll have it all the time..
Ice cold water, I believe, is the key. I use a small metal whisk and don't get lumps. I'll also take the pudding and put it in the freezer for a bit right before eating. I try to think it's ice cream...