The Survivals of Jewels

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Medifast Meals Soft Serve Cookies January 24, 2013

Filed under: Recipes,Soft Serve Recipes — The_Survivals_of_Jewels @ 4:32 am
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imageI was making a soft serve one day, and as I was on my last blend, the darn thing broke. I was left with a bunch of soft serve packets and no way to make them. I looked online and found a recipe for these cookies. The recipe I found said it made 7 cookies. But, as you can see, it made 12 for me. She also said to use parchment paper and I thought my non-stick pan would work. Man they stuck to the pan like crazy. So definitely go with the parchment paper. And they are better cold, or frozen and very filling.

Ingredients;

1 Medifast Soft Serve (any flavor)

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

2 tablespoons of Egg Beaters

3 tablespoons of water

Directions;

Heat oven to 350. Dump all ingredients into a bowl. Mix well. Let sit for a few minutes. It will thicken as it sits. Drop onto parchment paper on a cookie sheet and bake for 12 minutes.

1 Serving, 1/2 Condiment, 1/2 oz. Lean

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5 Responses to “Medifast Meals Soft Serve Cookies”

  1. Nice post. I used to be checking constantly this blog and I’m inspired! Very useful information specially the last phase 🙂 I take care of such info a lot. I used to be looking for this certain info for a very long time}. Thank you and good luck.

  2. […] the parchment paper we used for the soft serve cookies? Well, you’re gonna need it for this one as well. Mix the mix with the water in a small bowl. […]

  3. Karleen Bushard Says:

    To the above I added 1 packet of Soft-Bake. Same baking powder, same eggbeater, same water. I only let it sit for 5 minutes (I couldn’t wait!) and it was very much like cookie dough. I used teaspoons to drop onto a PAM-sprayed cookie sheet and baked at 350 until the tops started to brown. No problem sticking at all! Next time I might try 325 because the bottoms got a little browner than I would like but still edible to me! I got 10 cookies of 2-3 bites each. Much more cookie-like and the peanut butter flavor still came through. Could add some of the powdered PB I suppose for more flavor. Nummy!


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