I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could help you..
Both of these are really good ideas. Can't wait to try them. Thanks!..
I make chocolate oatmeal by using Quaker old-fashioned oatmeal and instead of cooking it with water or milk, I cook it with.
Chocolate soy milk. It is sweetened with Splenda so has no added sugar. Then I top the oatmeal with Walden Farms chocolate syrup and berries. Pretty good stuff! It is my Saturday breakfast treat and tastes like a dessert - yet it's healthy! I buy Soy Slender at my local health food store. In a pinch you could use unsweetened chocolate soy milk and add a packet of Splenda...
Here's an example except I added nuts and sugar-free chocolate chips to it:..
Where do you get the sugar free chocolate chips? Do you know how many calories they are? I wonder if I can add them to the plain pancake mix..
That breakfast looks delish!..
The chips in the photo are no longer available, so I get these (larger) chips now:.
Scroll down for the nutritional info. I usually put a just few chips on the plain pancakes and don't count them...
Way to go!!! I'd love to see a new pic! Congrats on your weight loss!! A great big Woooo Hooo for you!..
This chocolate oatmeal sounds delicious..
A friend of mine puts Peanut Better in her oatmeal..
I just thought that you could use your fat for the day by putting the PB into the chocolate oatmeal..
This might tast like a Reeses Peanut Butter Cup....
Just a thought..