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Hi Everyone,.

I really need the help of all the wonderful & capable bakers out there. I have boxes of the oatmeal and just can't stand any of it. Muffins sound absolutely delicious but have not a clue to were start. (oh and I should mention that I'm not so hot on how to use this discussion board thing either). Is this something that I can learn pertty easily and not waste a bunch of product in the process? Should I buy the Medifast Recipe book (even though I have a shelf full of cookbooks that look totally brand new)? I'm at a lose and how that someone will be kind enough to help. Anyone up to the challenge of taking a hocky puck maker (what my baking usually produces) and helping them make something edible out of the oatmeal? You will have my eternal gratitude :-).

Terie Rae..

Comments (8)

Here's something you can do with the oatmeal make it into pancakes and have with sugar free maple syrup yum!! Just mix a packet with a tablespoon or 2 of egg beaters, 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon, 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder, and enough water to get to pancake consistency. spread in pan. Brown one side (it takes longer than regular pancakes), flip & brown the other. Put on plate, add syrup (my favorite is Walden Farms), and enjoy! Tastes like a cross between a pancake and french toast...

Comment #1

Just download the recipes from these two sites. They're seriously so easy, you can't screw it up as long as you follow the instructions..

<~you has to find the link in there to download the PDF & print it out.

Good Luck!..

Comment #2

There is a muffin reciepe that uses diet ginger ale that was posted on this board in the last couple of days. It turns out great and is really easy!..

Comment #3

I am a horrible baker so I was very wary of making muffins. It turns out they are really good!..

Comment #4

I use this recipe all the time and it comes out great and is super easy. I have a 6 muffin tin so I usually do 3 muffins at a time..

3 pkt oatmeal (any flavor).

3 Tbs Flax meal.

1 cup warm water.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

1/2 tsp baking soda.

1/2 tsp vanilla extract (can use other flavors).

1/2 tsp butter extract (optional).

1/4 tsp cinammon (optional).

3 pkt Splenda.

Mix all together and place in 3 greased muffin tins. Bake in preheated 375 degree oven for 35 - 40 minutes or until a knife inserted in the middle comes out almost clean. Cool slightly, remove from pan and cool the remainer of the way on a wire rack..


Comment #5

Oatmeal is my favorite meal. I add 1 tsp of Jello Sugar Free Instant Pudding Powder to the oatmeal and the consistency is smooth and the taste is delicious! It takes it from wallpaper paste to a yummy meal! Use butterscotch pudding in the Maple and Brown Sugar or Apple oatmeal. I have also used cheesecake pudding in the blueberry with awesome results. Which reminds me... it's time for my otatmeal!! YUM..

Comment #6

In my opinion the muffins are OK, and will do for travelling. The pancakes I cannot seem to make really edible. But what I love to do with the oatmeal is make waffles. If you don't have a waffle maker, just take a trip to your local Walmart or thrift store, for less than $10, you will have one..

1 pk of oatmeal.

1/2 teaspoon of baking powder.

1/2 teaspoon of cinammon.

Mix well.

Then slowly mix in about 1/2 cup of water.

Let it sit for a few minutes while you turn on the waffle iron and spray it with nonstick spray..

If it seems too thick add a little more water (It should be the consistency of a milk shake and not runny).

Then spread it onto the waffle iron. It will not really pour out. and close it up..

Most waffle irons will turn a light off on top when it is ready.

This taste just like a regular waffle, and not a pretend one..

Cover with WF syrup..

If you really are feeling the need to eat regular food, I have this with about 3 scrambled egg whites. Eggs and waffles, Yum...

Comment #7

Thank you so much for all the great recipes! I think I am going to give it a try this weekend and hope for the best I might also give the sf pudding mix a try too. Who knew that there was so much that you could do to morph the food. Thanks a bunch! (but keep the ideas coming, I still can use all the help I can get )..

Comment #8

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


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