How to make Medifast cappuccino drinkable?

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How can you make Capaccino drinkable? This is the only product that I've found so far that is absolutely awful............

Comments (17)

I agree. I love fu-fu coffee, but this....

I've tried microwave and pouring boiling water like you would tea, but just doesn't dissolve. Hopefully someone can help...

Comment #1

Make the cappuchino like a shake with ice and water (or cold coffee) in your blender...makes a pretty tasty frappe type drink...

Comment #2

I combine mine with the hot chocolate and let it sit for a couple hours in the fridge before I warm it up.


Comment #3

I drank it all summer blended with ice and love it. I've never even tried it hot. The cold form makes a really good substitute for Starbucks type drinks...

Comment #4

I mix the packet into my morning coffee straight out of the espresso maker...

Comment #5

Yeah it's pretty nasty hot..some weird aftertaste. I make mine with ice and cold coffee..

Comment #6

I mix mine in the shaker jar with 4oz of water, nuc it, then pour it in with my morning coffee. Yum! I have it every morning as breakfast...

Comment #7

I have it every morning as well. I mix it straight into my coffee. Add some SF syrup. Yummm...

Comment #8

Yeah, it's my breakfast too. I don't like solid food early in the morning. I get up at 5am and I'm at work by 6am. Coffee is about all I can stomach that early.

Even when I am back at my goal weight, I plan to continue with the Medifast cappuccino for breakfast just to jump-start my morning metabolism every day. Otherwise I have a pretty bad habit of not eating until lunch time.

Not so bad where I work now because my lunch period is 10:45, but at my old school my lunch was 12:35. It's not good for your metabolism to go that long with no food. I know that, intellectually, but could never get consistent about eating food any earlier. The Medifast cappuccinos will definitely solve that problem for me...

Comment #9

Double the water! Seriously, I hated it made with 8 oz water, but really like it with 12-16 oz!..

Comment #10

I make mine with coffee in the blender and then pour it in a mug and heat in the microwave. It makes a frothy, blended drink which I really like...

Comment #11

I love love the cappucino and it makes great frozen capp drops when you are in the mood to chew it...

Comment #12

I have it cold mixed with left-over coffee from the morning and add SF caramel syrup, pour it over ice and add SF/FF cool whip. Yummy!..

Comment #13

Thanks for all the responses. I'll try it iced & see if that helps - my friend (who loves flavored coffees) even poured it down the drain!!..

Comment #14

This is probably my favorite!! I always keep a pot of cold coffee in the fridge. I mix cold coffee, the Capp, SF Caramel syrup and mix it in the Magic Bullet. Have that every morning as do a lot of my Medifast friends. I drink all the hot drinks cold...

Comment #15

You are right! I thinned it down with 10-16 oz water, added ice & blended it - it is really quite good! I was going to add my left over coffee, but someone had dumped it......

Comment #16

It is great getting responses like this - I don't know anyone else personally on medifast well enough to just chat with......

Comment #17

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


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