The answer is Yes, however you might wanna make sure and wait for another person here to confirm it as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the Nutrisystem guys because they can give you an answer better...
I do have one that I was going to try.... I will try that... What if I save my afternoon protein/dairy and sprinkle alittle fat free cheese on top....
Would the mushrooms count as your vegtable for the meal?..
A 1/4 cup of FF mozzerella is only 45 cals, so just a sprinkle could easily be a free food. There really isn't much nutritional value in mushrooms (they're on the unlimited salad veggie list!), so I'd have veggies as well. I've made breaded mushrooms and they are soooo yummy coming out of the oven! Go ahead and make these and take a picture to share with us. Enjoy!..
Check my Veg file there are several stuffed mush recipes from the old recipe board there (I love mushrooms).
For big mushrooms - try any Nutrisystem entree here's something I did about stuffed peppers, use mush instead.
Clean peppers, blanch (dump in boiling water) for about 5 minutes, drain. Fill with whatever Nutrisystem entry strikes your fancy. I think that if you like stuffed peppers, you could use almost any of them. Entrees that almost cry out to be used include: Green Pepper Steak (cut the meat into cubes first), Mushroom Risotto, Cajun or Southwest Chicken and Orange Beef. "Joy of Cooking" in it's blurb about stuffed peppers even suggests Mac & Cheese. OK, once you've selected the entree to use and put it into a pepper (or two, they're small), maybe added some cooked vegetables, put the pepper(s) into a pan with a bit of water or stock.
You could also top the pepper with parmesan or grated fat free cheese, or a little bit of bread crumbs. Broil for a couple minutes to crisp the topping if used. REMEMBER THE WATER, keeps from burning bottoms and dried out pepper.
I found several recipes that I want to try. The one I tried follows... Can someone please tell me if this is okay... They were really good and I even forgot to add the salt and pepper and garlic salt!.
8 oz. fat free cream cheese.
6 oz. imitation crabmeat (or real if you please).
2 cloves garlic.
1/2 t garlic powder.
1/2 t salt and pepper.
2 T fat free parmesan cheese.
20-30 medium white mushrooms.
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Remove stems from mushrooms and wash thoroughly. Let mushrooms dry on paper towel.
3. In a food processor add cream cheese, entire package of artificial crab, two tablespoons of parmesan, and two cloves of garlic. (you may also add some chopped scallions if you like). Pulse until smooth.
5. Taste your mixture and add salt, pepper and garlic powder to taste..
6. With spoon, scoop about one tablespoon of mixture into each mushroom or until cap is full and overflowing a bit..
7. Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray of choice and place completed mushrooms evenly on the sheet..
8. Sprinkle mushrooms with more parmesan cheese to taste. Bake about 8 minutes or until mushroom tops begin to brown..
Like I said... I totally forgot step 5 and they were still great... wonder what they would be like with alittle chopped spinach added?.
Recipe makes 10 servings..
Total fat 0.7g.
Trans fat 0.0g.