Friday, May 4, 2012

Medifast Cookie Shake!!

Oh my, oh my, oh my....I saw on the Medifast boards about making the Medifast Soft Bake Cookie into a shake.  AMAZING!!  The cream cheese makes it very rich and creamy.  You can leave out the cream cheese and it is still good, but the cream cheese adds that something extra :)

1 Medifast Soft Bake Cookie
1 TB low fat cream cheese (1 condiment)
8 oz water
1/2 cup ice

Blend in your blender, Ninja or Magic Bullet.

This counts for 1 Medifast meal and 1 condiment.


28 comments:

Sarah said...

Made this last night and it was AMAZING...have you tried using the brownie mix or mixing both together for two shakes?

Kris said...

OK, this is probably a really stupid question, but do you make the cookie first then blend it in or do you just blend the mix?

Unknown said...

I'm like you Kris...do you make the cookie first? And what is TB cream cheese?

Cody Jo said...

Nope, you do not bake the cookie just use it from the packet. TB is tablespoon.

Anonymous said...

Tried this tonight. I am SO glad I found it! I've been craving ice cream and this really did the trick kind of fooling myself with this yummy shake!

Anonymous said...

I'm lactose intolerant, what I can I substitute it with?

Unknown said...

I just made this with the brownie because I'm out of the cookie bake and it is yummmmmmmy!

Anonymous said...

Finishing this now - so good! It covers up most of the "fake" or "chemical" taste I pick up on it a lot of the sweet MF items. I can't wait to try it again, maybe with a drop of vanilla extract or the brownie mix instead!

Emily Robertson said...

You have seriously made my day!!!! This feels like I am totally cheating, but I'm not & I love it!!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!

Baby Diva said...

This is most definitely better than soft bake as is! Thanks so much for sharing! !!

Jeanie Alvarado said...

After tasting this recipe for the first time I'm sure I will never bake a cookie again! Soooooo Yummy!!!! Thank you!!!!

Anonymous said...

Whoa!! So much better way to use those dried out cookies and brownies! Love!!

Kathy said...

Thanks Cody Jo, I am so enjoying this right now. Yummmmm

Anonymous said...

This was delicious! Thanks so much!

Artisa Lee said...

This is amazing I am not a fan of the soft bake but I know what to do now!!! It was Delish

Anonymous said...

I made a brownie shake, ame idea..it was very good!

Avocado Cupcakes said...

I couldn't finish the whole shake so I poured the remaining shake into ice pop molds and stuck them in the freezer. Soo good for summer days

Anonymous said...

I just made this with coffee instead of water! It was stinking delicious!

H JS said...

This was amazing! Wow, I think this is a new favorite!

Anonymous said...

Used brownie mix (which I hated as a brownie) LOVED as a shake. It's better than a regular chocolate shake.

Anonymous said...

This is delicious! Tastes like a real milkshake. Thanks so much.

Nancy said...

OMG!! This was really good - now I have a new recipe to get me through the next 50 lbs. . . THANKS for sharing!

Candacer said...

I took this to the next level. I added 2 tsp of sugar free peanut butter Torani syrup and 2 Tbs of chocolate PB2. Sometimes I substitute unsweetened almond milk for the water - just depends on how much good fats, etc. I have left for the day. Tastes just like a Reeses peanut butter cup milkshake! I have one every night for desert. Yum-o!!!

Anonymous said...

I just tried this with the blueberry muffin soft bake and OMG... It is amazing! I think it's better than the chocolate chip!

Terry Restivo said...

I think it tastes better without the cream cheese!

Anonymous said...

I had no cream cheese so I used a Tablespoon of rice pudding the low fat kind. And it was excellent.

Anonymous said...

this is the most delicious effing thing everrrr! i love uuuuuu :D

Anonymous said...

Bless you for this recipe! I used the brownie mix and regular cream cheese (I know, I know) but the cream cheese is only 35 cals. DELISH! Totally tastes like a real melted ice cream shake.