Ye, however you might want to make sure and wait for another person here to confirm my answer as I am not very confident. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the Nutrisystem guys because they can give you an answer better...
Eating the dessert a couple of hours before dinner and saving the "afternoon snack" for a couple of hours after dinner made staying on the plan easier for me. Greek yogurt/or some turkey & an apple kept me much more satisfied at night than eating the desserts..
What an excellent idea!.
Tammy, I'm on here almost every night and I live on the west coast, so when those east coasters are going to bed, I'm still going strong. I'll be happy to check in here and lend support..
I love Joanne's suggestion. My afternoon snack everyday is vanilla Greek yogurt over berries (strawberries, blackberries, or raspberries) and it would be so satisfying as a dessert, too. The yogurt has 16g of protein, so it lasts a while!.
Purple R: Use that same afternoon snack and put a tablespoon of Sugar Free Jello Cheesecake Pudding mix in it and you will be in heaven.....
Here is an idea for your wanting something more in the evening:.
Have NONE of the free foods during the day (up to 3 items, no more than 20 calories). Save them all for the evening..
Sugar Free Popsicle (15 calories) or the fantastic Schwans Pop (15 calories).
Sugar Free Jello (up to 15 calories) with 1 Tablespoon 5 calorie topping.
1 cup air-popped or light/natural microwave popcorn (20 calories).
Have one an hour on the hour. Have the dessert an hour or so after dinner..
I just had you eating for 5 hours in the evening.....
Well, I'm an east-coaster that stays up pretty late, so I'm usually around up to 1 or 2am EST. So I'll be watching this thread!..
Lets check in at night to support each other!!!!..
This is a fantastic idea.
Even though I live in South Florida, I would love to join this night time thread. My most difficult time is at night...can't seem to fill up.
For your suggestion....as always you have been such a great help on this board.