Sandy's Kitchen: Puddings

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Showing posts with label Puddings. Show all posts
I got this recipe from fellow Medifaster, Stephen Santay, and it was delicious so I wanted to share it with you! I am really not a fan of the oatmeals, nor do I care for the muffins made from them because they usually have a rubbery texture every time I make them. I have to admit that these cakes did not taste rubbery at all. They were crispy around the edges and moist on the inside. I ate one for the day and I stored the other two in a Ziploc baggie on the counter. The second and third one, I put in the toaster and they toasted up really nicely. I am not sure if your toaster will fit these cakes, but my toaster all toasts bagels so it fit nicely. I hope you enjoy the recipe as much as I have!

Chocolate Coconut Cake
Recipe from Stephen Santay

2 maple and brown sugar oatmeals (2 Fuelings)
1 chocolate  pudding (1 Fueling)
1 tbsp oil (3 Healthy Fats)
2 tbsp egg beaters
1 tsp baking powder (2 Condiments)
1 tsp coconut extract (1 Condiment)
 3/4 to 1 cup water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a dish with Pam cooking spray (I used 3 brownie trays that I sprayed lightly with Pam). Combine all ingredients in a medium sized bowl and mix until blended. Pour into prepared pan. Bake for  22 minutes. Make sure your cake is set by using a toothpick to test the center of the cake. If it comes out clean, then it is done. Flip cake onto a baking sheet (I lined the baking sheet with parchment paper). Bake other side for 10 mins or until edges are crispy and brown. Y

I sprinkled 1 packet of splenda over the top of the cakes for a total of 1 Healthy Fat and 1.33 Condiments per serving. You can also use Walden Farms Chocolate or Caramel Syrup! Enjoy!

3 Servings with 
1 Fueling, 1 Condiment and 1 Healthy Fat per serving 
(without any toppings)

These are soooo good! I had tried a recipe similar to this one using the hot cocoa and chocolate shake but it did not have powdered peanut butter or almond milk. The other recipe also rolled the balls in the chocolate shake rather than mixing the chocolate shake and hot cocoa together. I prefer to mix it together. The other recipe was okay but this one is sooooo much better. The powdered peanut butter really made these even more tastier and the pudding works well in this recipe. It tastes like peanut butter and chocolate fudge! I will definitely be making these regularly. Yum, yum yum!

Peanut Butter Fudge Balls

1 Optavia or Medifast chocolate pudding (1 Fueling)
1 Optavia or Medifast chocolate shake/ hot cocoa (1 Fueling)
4 tbsp powdered peanut butter (2 Snacks)
2 tbsp water
1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (1/4 Condiment)

Combine all ingredients in a small bowl.  Form 8 fudge balls. 4 balls makes 1 meal!

Makes 2 Servings 
Each serving provides
1 Fueling, 1/8 Condiment and 1 Optional Snack

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