Medifast recipe for the Chai Latte??

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PLEASE HELP! I tried to keep an open mind really, I did. But I had to force it down today - first time I tried. Do any of you use it in a recipe? Thanks Joanna..

Comments (22)

I didn't like the Chai Latte when I first started and generally I love the stuff. However the trick that I have learned is to mix it with some cold water and get it all smooth, then I add fresh brewed coffee to it and just a hint of sugar free/fat free vanilla creamer. Tastes just like Starbucks!.

You'll learn as you go along alot of the food need some enchancements, at least for me they did. This recipe section is great to try and find ideas..

Have fun!..

Comment #1

Fluffy Chai Muffins-YUM!.


3 chai pkts OR 2 Chai and 1 Hot Cocoa Pkt.

1/2 tsp baking soda.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

2 T Davinci Vanilla or Caramel syrup.

1/2 c + 2 T water.

Mix up. spray non-stick muffin tin with pam. Fill 9 cups equally with mixture. Bake in 375 oven for 12-15 min-until done to your liking. 3 muffins per meal Makes 3 Medifast meals..

Enjoy! I loved them! AND... I didn't need Oatmeal!!! YAYYYYY.....

Comment #2

I like it with a little vanilla extract and a little stevia..

Comment #3

Personally, I think DaVinci SF Caramel Syrup makes EVERYTHING taste better LOL..

Comment #4

I add more water (probably about 3/4 cup more), then it isn't as thick and taste more the chai latte you pay big bucks for minus the whipped cream. I nuke about 2 cups of water, then add about 3/4 cup, stir vigorously to get the lumps out then add the rest of the water, stir once more and enjoy. I always run out of this before anything else. Yummy!..

Comment #5

I mix 8 oz water and 8oz brewed black/green chai, or coffee. I always mix it cold, let it sit for a bit, then shake it up again, microwave it, then add my hot tea or coffee. It is one of my favorite breakfasts...

Comment #6

These are the only muffins I really like. I use this recipe from back in October 2006 by our fabulous Medi-Bunny BT2006:.

Pumpkin Spice Muffins! Yum! by BT2006.

BT's newest version:.

1-apple cinnamon oatmeal.

1-chai latte.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

2 packets Splenda.

1/2 tsp Pumpkin Pie spice.

1/2 tsp. cinnamon.

Mix dry ingredients..

Add the following:.

1/2 tsp vanilla extract.

1/2 tsp coconut extract.

1/4-1/2 cup water (start with 1/4 c and add a touch at a time for a not too runny consistency).

1 tbsp SF Davinci Caramel Syrup.

Mix well and pour into 6 muffin tins..

Bake at 350 for 20-25 min. and cool.

Makes 6 muffins (3 for a Medifast meal)BT's original version:.

1-apple cinnamon oatmeal.

1-Chai Latte.

1/2 tsp baking powder.

2 tsp Splenda.

1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice.

Mix the dry ingredients and then add.

1/2 tsp vanilla extract.

1/4 tsp almond extract.

1/4-1/2 cup water (start with 1/4 c and add a touch at a time for a not too runny consistency).

Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes and cool..

Makes 6 muffins (3 for a Medifast meal).

I bake for the whole 25 min as I like my outer crust a little crunchy...

Comment #7

Ive been drinking it every morning.. lots of ice in the magic bullet. LOVE IT COLD COLD COLD the BEST !..

Comment #8

It took almost 2 months before I actually liked the stuff. Now I love it. Go figure!..

Comment #9

I'm not use to green tea or coffe. the first cup of Chai Latte gave me the gitters and racing heart all that day.I've pretty much stayed away from it. but now I'm down to my last week of meals before I order my second batch.. and I have no choice but to drink it and the tomato soup... I will have to try to muffins and for the tomato soup... recipes for wraps formy lean and gree..when I locate the recipe again....

Comment #10

Strange, I don't think it has any caffeine in it...

Comment #11

Suesully: Those Pumpkin muffins look wonderful (yummy) - I think I will try those tomorrow - hae been away and am exhausted today - but DEFINITLEY on the agenda for tomorrow - THANK YOU! Joanna..

Comment #12

I have read everyone's different way of mixing - more water, coffee, etc. I am going to try some of your ideas and see which one is more me. THANK YOU so much!!..

Comment #13

Where did you all find the : DaVinci SF Caramel Syrup ? Thanks - Joanna..

Comment #14

Check out for the best variety (and shipping costs) for SF DaVinci syrups. They have tons of flavors, don't take long to ship and are highly worth it......IMHO...

Comment #15

I used the Chai Latte for Blondies:.

Chai Latte Blondie (2 servings):.

1 packet Medifast chai latte.

1 packet Medifast vanilla pudding.

3 tbsp Z-trim (optional) Use water or syrup instead to mix but keep as dry as possible..

2 tbsp any flavored syrup.

Combine all ingredients with a fork until all solids are blended.

Spray a small container (1 cup circular or 9.5 oz long size Ziploc container) with a small amount of Pam.

Pack mixture firmly down, rinsing fork with water to keep from sticking..

Garnish with chopped nuts (optional). Place container in back of refrigerator for at least an hour. Cut into 2 servings...

Comment #16

Ooo those blondies sound great, Pistachio!! I am going to try making them w/SF Butterscotch syrup. Thanks for the recipe...

Comment #17

Alilclassy - thanks - I will check it out!.

Pistachio The blondies sound delish! However, May I ask - What is Z-trim? Thanks...

Comment #18

I make a latte mug full to 1 inch from the top of coffee. Then I pour in the packet and use a hand mixer to mix it. I mix it really fast until the cup is full to the top with froth and then I sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on the top. This is my daily breakfast on work days...

Comment #19

Hi Fluffy ; >.

Z-trim is a fat substitute for cooking or to extend dressings.

I love it but we all know these things have hidden carbs so I don't eat the bars and track all the other carbs so I stay in the zone. This has worked for me so far.

For the brownies, it helps preserve a dense texture which works better than water and provides extra fiber (water soluble). However, it is optional and water also works fine as long as you do not add too much. Add just enough to form a very thick batter else the pudding expands...

Comment #20

THis is one of my favs. I add 8 ounces H2O, in my MB, blend. Then nuke it. But you have to watch it cause it will foam over, I give it a stir, and finish nuking it. usually a total of 1min 10 sec. I add splenda most of the time, and sometimes Vanilla extract. Good stuff..........

Comment #21

I mix it into a cup of hot tea regular tea.. it is delicious!!..

Comment #22

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


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