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Anyone have a suggestion for anothre way to use the Chicken Soup. I have tried mixing it, letting it set and the microwaving it. I have tried cooking on the stove. I just can't get past the taste and I hate the thought of wasting them. I love the eggs just the way they are so I would rather not mix the soup with eggs.

Also, I love the choc pudding but can't stomach the vanilla pudding. Any suggestions on what to do with these packets? .

Thanks for any suggestions..

Comments (56)

Mix the chocolate and vanilla together, blend with ice and water and split in half. Eat as a frosty of sorts.

Comment #1

Have you tried adding a packet or cube of chicken broth to the soup? and salt & pepper? I make mine early in the morning with boiling water, add the broth and s&p, then put it in a thermos, shake it good, and let it sit until lunch. It makes it pretty tasty! If you search in the forum, there are bread and pita recipes. Yum!.

Not very many like the vanilla pudding, me included! Did you try adding some sf flavoring to it? I've seen them use it pudding cakes, but I haven't tried it yet. Good luck!.

Comment #2

The vanilla "ice-cream" is very good.

I don't kbow the official recipe but this is what I do:.

In a Magic Bullet blender cup put in the following order:.

1 cup ice (I find I have to smash it with a hammer on my cutting board first).

1/2 cup ice cold water.

1 pkt splenda.

1/2 tsp almond extract.

1 wedge laughing cow light cheese.

1 pkt vanilla pudding.

Blend until no ice chunks are left. I really enjoy this and you could substitute sugar free syrups of any flavor instead of the splenda and the extract.

Good luck to you. I have found that I enjoy the chicken noodle soup now that my taste for salt has decreased..

Comment #3

I love the chicken soup! I have that everyday! And the pudding is great too, but I only really care for the chocolate! Vanilla kind is kinda to watery for me lol..

Comment #4

Google Medifast recipes and use the pudding to make muffins and brownies. I do it all the time..

Http://www.getskinnybehappy.com/medifast-recipes/.

Here is the link to some of my favorites..

Comment #5

I traded my soup with my coach cause I did not like it at all. Blah! be dang if I didn't get it again in my second shipment today. I'll try some of the suggestions listed above..

The vanilla is different, but I put the sugar free chocolate syrup in mine. Sometimes just plain for a different taste since I do so much chocolate as it is..

Comment #6

I like the soup...after I soak it for about 2 days in the refrigerator. I am not good at making up recipes, but I'm tempted to try and make broccoli salad with a packet. I have a great recipe (not on plan) for Asian Broccoli Salad that I used to make for cook outs that has broccoli slaw, ramen noodles and some other ingredients in it. I know there are some really creative Medifast cooks out there...any takers with this?.

Comment #7

Mix the vanilla pudding with a packet of hot cocoa and put it in the blender with ice and water. Best chocolate shake there is..

Comment #8

For any of the food I don't like, I remind myself that my new attitude is that food is for fuel only; I don't have to enjoy every thing I eat. So I just eat it faster than I normally would just to get it in me, like I would for medicine..

For what it's worth though, I like the chicken noodle soup after it's soaked over night. I also add some ground flax to it and a few dashes of the green tabasco sauce if I want an extra nutty kick..

Comment #9

I add a couple splashes of Hot Sauce to the chicken soup and it totally takes away the medicine/ grainy taste for me. Give it a shot you might like it...

Comment #10

I put the vanilla shake, cold water and a sprinkle of Crystal Light Lemonade powder into the shaker jar and shake it up. Then, I refrigerate it for a looooong time. If you like lemon, you might like this. I don't like the vanilla pudding by itself but I like it this way..

I'm going to try the above idea of mixing it with the hot cocoa for a shake. Just have to remember to divide it and use as 2 meals..

Comment #11

The puddings make really yummy shakes! Very thick and frothy! I didn't care really for any of the vanilla stuff in the beginning but really like them now. Maybe in time you will too. I'm still trying to figure out what to do with my chicken noodle soups too. I found the following recipes on the boards, but have not tried them yet..

CHICKEN NOODLE CHIPS.

You add 3 tbsp. water to make cn paste. you can substitute 1 tbsp. water with hot sauce (that's what I do). spray a plate with pam, spread paste out thin as you can and nuke for 3 min. take out, flip and nuke another minute. let cool and break it up..

-or-.

Take the chicken noodle soup and mix with 3 tbls of water. (I think Dan said he subs hot sauce for one of the tbls of water.) Mix it together. It is like a paste. Spray a microwave safe plate with Pam. Micro for 3 minutes and then flip and micro for 1-2 more minutes. Watch it closely so it doesn't burn.

They aren't too bad. I puree the soup into a powder before I do it..

CHICKEN NOODLE PIZZA CRUST.

3 Medifast chicken noodle soup.

1/2 cup mozzarella.

1/4 cup of some type of tomato sauce/pizza sauce/marinara.

Eggbeaters or baking powder (whichever you prefer).

1/2 cup water.

Put all 3 packets of the Medifast chk. noodle soup in a blender or magic bullet to grind the noodles into a powder..

Then pour your chk noodle powder into a bowl..

Then add either 2 TB of eggbeaters or 1tsp of baking powder (either will work.).

Then add a small handful of mozz. cheese..

Then add the 1/2 cup of water and mix all ingredients together. Also add any pizza seasonings of your choice at this point..

Take your pizza crust paste and spread it out thinly on an aluminum foil lined baking sheet sprayed with Pam..

Put in the oven at 450 for about 10 mins...or until the edges are browned..

Then take out the pizza crust, put on your sauce and a little cheese and place in Broiler for 2-3 mins..

Comment #12

I went ahead and made the pizza crust recipe (100 degrees here and I'm running the oven??) and it was really good! I added about 1/2 t garlic powder to the recipe and since I used baking powder instead of egg beaters, I added about 2T extra water. It wasn't coming together without it! So I just ate one of the crusts by itself for my last meal and it was really GOOD! I imagine with some pizza sauce and cheese it will be really great!.

Comment #13

I add "slap ya mama" Hot cajun seasoning to all the soups; makes even the cream of blah chicken edible....

Comment #14

Mix the chocolate and vanilla together, blend with ice and water and split in half. Eat as a frosty of sorts..

Comment #15

Have you tried adding a packet or cube of chicken broth to the soup? and salt & pepper? I make mine early in the morning with boiling water, add the broth and s&p, then put it in a thermos, shake it good, and let it sit until lunch. It makes it pretty tasty! If you search in the forum, there are bread and pita recipes. Yum!.

Not very many like the vanilla pudding, me included! Did you try adding some sf flavoring to it? I've seen them use it pudding cakes, but I haven't tried it yet. Good luck!..

Comment #16

The vanilla "ice-cream" is very good.

I don't kbow the official recipe but this is what I do:.

In a Magic Bullet blender cup put in the following order:.

1 cup ice (I find I have to smash it with a hammer on my cutting board first).

1/2 cup ice cold water.

1 pkt splenda.

1/2 tsp almond extract.

1 wedge laughing cow light cheese.

1 pkt vanilla pudding.

Blend until no ice chunks are left. I really enjoy this and you could substitute sugar free syrups of any flavor instead of the splenda and the extract.

Good luck to you. I have found that I enjoy the chicken noodle soup now that my taste for salt has decreased...

Comment #17

I love the chicken soup! I have that everyday! And the pudding is great too, but I only really care for the chocolate! Vanilla kind is kinda to watery for me lol...

Comment #18

Google Medifast recipes and use the pudding to make muffins and brownies. I do it all the time..

Http://www.getskinnybehappy.com/medifast-recipes/.

Here is the link to some of my favorites...

Comment #19

I traded my soup with my coach cause I did not like it at all. Blah! be dang if I didn't get it again in my second shipment today. I'll try some of the suggestions listed above..

The vanilla is different, but I put the sugar free chocolate syrup in mine. Sometimes just plain for a different taste since I do so much chocolate as it is...

Comment #20

I like the soup...after I soak it for about 2 days in the refrigerator. I am not good at making up recipes, but I'm tempted to try and make broccoli salad with a packet. I have a great recipe (not on plan) for Asian Broccoli Salad that I used to make for cook outs that has broccoli slaw, ramen noodles and some other ingredients in it. I know there are some really creative Medifast cooks out there...any takers with this?..

Comment #21

Mix the vanilla pudding with a packet of hot cocoa and put it in the blender with ice and water. Best chocolate shake there is...

Comment #22

For any of the food I don't like, I remind myself that my new attitude is that food is for fuel only; I don't have to enjoy every thing I eat. So I just eat it faster than I normally would just to get it in me, like I would for medicine..

For what it's worth though, I like the chicken noodle soup after it's soaked over night. I also add some ground flax to it and a few dashes of the green tabasco sauce if I want an extra nutty kick...

Comment #23

I add a couple splashes of Hot Sauce to the chicken soup and it totally takes away the medicine/ grainy taste for me. Give it a shot you might like it....

Comment #24

I put the vanilla shake, cold water and a sprinkle of Crystal Light Lemonade powder into the shaker jar and shake it up. Then, I refrigerate it for a looooong time. If you like lemon, you might like this. I don't like the vanilla pudding by itself but I like it this way..

I'm going to try the above idea of mixing it with the hot cocoa for a shake. Just have to remember to divide it and use as 2 meals...

Comment #25

The puddings make really yummy shakes! Very thick and frothy! I didn't care really for any of the vanilla stuff in the beginning but really like them now. Maybe in time you will too. I'm still trying to figure out what to do with my chicken noodle soups too. I found the following recipes on the boards, but have not tried them yet..

CHICKEN NOODLE CHIPS.

You add 3 tbsp. water to make cn paste. you can substitute 1 tbsp. water with hot sauce (that's what I do). spray a plate with pam, spread paste out thin as you can and nuke for 3 min. take out, flip and nuke another minute.



-or-.

Take the chicken noodle soup and mix with 3 tbls of water. (I think Dan said he subs hot sauce for one of the tbls of water.) Mix it together. It is like a paste. Spray a microwave safe plate with Pam. Micro for 3 minutes and then flip and micro for 1-2 more minutes. Watch it closely so it doesn't burn.

They aren't too bad. I puree the soup into a powder before I do it..

CHICKEN NOODLE PIZZA CRUST.

3 Medifast chicken noodle soup.

1/2 cup mozzarella.

1/4 cup of some type of tomato sauce/pizza sauce/marinara.

Eggbeaters or baking powder (whichever you prefer).

1/2 cup water.

Put all 3 packets of the Medifast chk. noodle soup in a blender or magic bullet to grind the noodles into a powder..

Then pour your chk noodle powder into a bowl..

Then add either 2 TB of eggbeaters or 1tsp of baking powder (either will work.).

Then add a small handful of mozz. cheese..

Then add the 1/2 cup of water and mix all ingredients together. Also add any pizza seasonings of your choice at this point..

Take your pizza crust paste and spread it out thinly on an aluminum foil lined baking sheet sprayed with Pam..

Put in the oven at 450 for about 10 mins...or until the edges are browned..

Then take out the pizza crust, put on your sauce and a little cheese and place in Broiler for 2-3 mins...

Comment #26

I went ahead and made the pizza crust recipe (100 degrees here and I'm running the oven??) and it was really good! I added about 1/2 t garlic powder to the recipe and since I used baking powder instead of egg beaters, I added about 2T extra water. It wasn't coming together without it! So I just ate one of the crusts by itself for my last meal and it was really GOOD! I imagine with some pizza sauce and cheese it will be really great!..

Comment #27

I add "slap ya mama" Hot cajun seasoning to all the soups; makes even the cream of blah chicken edible.....

Comment #28


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