How many Nutrisystem points is a slice of Avalanche! pizza?

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First of all How many Nutrisystem points is a slice of Avalanche! pizza? Many thanks for any answer. 2nd question I got is.. The potato salad that is made with Nutrisystem Cheesy Homesystyle Potatoes is so yummy!.

This was my first time making it and I really miss not having something with it other than a salad. To me it's more of a side dish this way..

It makes so much, that I couldn't eat all of it..

Is there anyway to have half of it at lunch and add another protein with it?.

Or even half of a protein..

Thanks for any suggestions..


Comments (16)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

I made the potato salad for lunch today and had it with a HN hot dog. I love that salad recipe. It really tastes like potato salad...

Comment #2


Here is the recipe:.

Jonies Nutrisystem Potato Salad.

Category: Lunch.

Heres a great recipe from NutriSystem member Jonie in Wilbur, Indiana. She says, With summer approaching, potato salad is a family favorite and I created this recipe so I wouldnt miss out on that delicious picnic favorite. I thinks it's yummy! Add a tossed salad and it's a meal..

Counts as 1 NutriSystem lunch entre + 1 protein serving + free foods.


1 Nutrisystem Cheesy Homestyle Potatoes with Broccoli.

1 T chopped onion.

1 T dill relish.

2 T fat-free mayonnaise.

1 T yellow mustard.

1 boiled egg.

1 T chopped celery.


1. Prepare potatoes as directed on the package and let set while preparing other ingredients.

2. Mix the rest of the ingredients in a small bowl and then add the potatoes..

Note from Jonie: I love warm potato salad, so I eat it that way, but you can prepare it ahead of time and chill it, too...

Comment #3

I see...the boiled egg is the PROTEIN for lunch. How about 1/2 boiled egg and then add another protein (like the hot dog)?..

Comment #4

I make it without the egg and have a couple ounces grilled chicken with it (with a little BBQ sauce sometimes). Or I'll make 2 servings and just use one egg and then still have a little chicken with it...

Comment #5

I only get 1 protein with lunch..

How can you have the cheesey homestyle potatoe entree and the hot dog?.

Do you get more than 1 protein at lunch?.

I really like the potato salad but it makes too much and I miss not having something (like a protein or carb) with it. That's why I was wondering if I could have just half of it and add another 1/2 protein....


Comment #6

Hey, that's a good idea...Does it still taste good without the hard boil egg?..

Comment #7

I make it with 1/4 cup egg beaters cooked in the microwave, then cooled, chopped and added to the potato mixture, and it is great! That way I can still have 1 ff hot dog or a boca burger (minus the bun!) with it!..

Comment #8

Sheila, that sound pretty good..I'll have to try that. Thanks Judy..

Comment #9

That sounds wonderful. I love potato salad. Potatoes are definitely a weakness of mine..

Comment #10

An HN hot dog is 45 calories, 1/2 protein. I don't use a whole egg and I do add celery and sliced radishes when I have them...

Comment #11

I haven't made this in a long time. Thanks for the reminder!..

Comment #12

Wow, and they are only 45 a dog? Must get!..

Comment #13

I made this today for lunch. Divided it in half and had a piece of tilapia for my protein..

Here's and old picture I took when Joni's first shared her recipe, for those that enjoy visuals...

Comment #14

The potato salad idea sounds GREAT - I think I'll give that a try minus the hard-boiled egg. Will add 1 oz. of chopped lean ham (any 1 oz serving of lean meat would work actually) instead and have my green salad as usual to accompany it...

Comment #15

Yum I just made this for my lunch today. This is a great meatless Lenten Friday lunch. It's neat how a couple of diced up vegetables and some condiments can make a small portion of something into a feast...

Comment #16

Make sure you get the 98% (or is it 97%) fat free ones...the regular Hebrew Nationals do not fit the stats...but the reduced fat ones are very good! Try not to have them too often, they are high in sodium...

Comment #17

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