How many Nutrisystem points should a 17 year old get?

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Got a question... How many Nutrisystem points should a 17 year old get? Thanks in advance for any response. Another question I got... Any suggestions on making them edible? Mine were runny on top and rubbery on the bottom.....

Comments (18)

Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

And if you don't want to do that, I always just mix mine up and cook them on the stovetop. I pretty much do all the add water type stuff on the stovetop rather than in the microwave. I think the key is making sure they are well mixed. I don't add the egg b/c I don't want the fat. But that is a good idea, Cajun...

Comment #2

I've only fixed them once but I cooked them on the stove with an added egg and they came out OK. If you don't want the added fat from the yolk, you could just add the white..

Comment #3

That's what I usually do when I use eggs...but mostly I use eggbeaters. And cooking for my husband, I'm using Christina Gray's Nutrisystem on your own recipes for him, I always add egg whites and leave the yolk out b/c of cholesterol. Last time he went for a physical, the doc asked him what his secret was to the low cholesterol and low blood pressure...this concept really works...

Comment #4

I had the scrambled eggs this morning and found one trick that works well. Add the water to the eggs and then let them soak about 5 mins in the paper cup. I also add a little FF sour cream when cooking in a pan on the stovetop. Letting the eggs soak a few mins gets rid of the gritty texture...

Comment #5

I think this is becoming my own private joke but AHA, another person to ignore me as I offer my wonderful recipe for the eggs that no one on this board has ever tried but me!.

Use your protein for the meal. Take 3 egg whites and beat until stiff. Fold the egg powder into the stiffly beaten egg whites. Place in a small deep baking dish that has been well sprayed with Pam. Bake at 350 until golden brown on top - a beautiful little souffle. I top this with a slice of ff cheese..

But go ahead and ignore me too. Everyone else does...

Comment #6

I've never seen this recipe for eggs. I just search when I need ideas. Thank you, this is the only Nutrisystem entree' that I can't seem to make work. I'll try this in the morning. Have a good weekend...

Comment #7

I love them right out of the microwave at work, but you have to cook them in stages:.

Add water, stir with a fork,.

Cook 30 seconds, stir with a fork, making sure to get all the solid bits away from sides and bottom of cup..

Cook 30 seconds more, stir with fork again, fluff a little.

Cook 30 seconds more, but stop at 15 seconds and check to see if they are done enough..

I prefer the eggs with cheddar though, but if I have the plain eggs, I add a small wedge of low fat cheese...

Comment #8

I second this suggestion. I do the exact same thing, throwing in a Laughing Cow wedge, and a bit of hot sauce. The Laughin Cow moistens up the finished product a bit...

Comment #9

I like cooking up some onion and peppers and then add the egg w/sausage.

For a yummy omelete. Add a slice of LF/FF cheese and you're good to go..

But that souffle thing sounds good, I'll have to try it...

Comment #10

I hate the egg! I tried making the souffle (even used my KitchenAid to beat the egg whites, and I didn't like that either. Thanks for the suggestion though. I am going to try adding egg substitute and veggies next...

Comment #11

Bronxgal, THANK YOU for trying the souffle. I am truly sorry you didn't like it but at least you tried it. I feel like Sam-I-Am...

Comment #12

Great ideas and I've tried them all except the souffle which sounds great. My favorite egg recipe is to take last night's left over broccoli, chopped, and make a frittata with the Nutrisystem eggs and an added whole egg. I will mix the powdered eggs in a separate bowl and let them soak with the water and the added egg as it seems to make the consistency of the mixture a little more smooth. Sometimes, I'll add a little parmesan cheese for a kick. I'm not sure how the broccoli computes, maybe as a carb, but it doesn't seem to have much effect on the day's intake; after all, it's a vegetable!..

Comment #13

I love the eggs! I have eaten them quite a bit. I usually saute a little veggies first - mushrooms, onion, spinach, etc, then add the egg. I took someone's suggestion of letting the water sit a little before cooking as it softens the eggs and the aren't gritty. Another favorite is to let the egg cook in the pan without mixing it, then flip it and add cheese, then fold it over to make an omlet. I also have added veggie sausage patties broken up. This is one of my favorite things to eat. I always cook it stove top too -never the microwave...

Comment #14

I'm a big fan of the eggs and I make them in the microwave. I learned seasoning is key! If any of you are from Florida or check out your grocery stores there is this stuff called "Everglades Seasoning" that works great and adds a little kick to the eggs or anything else that you could think of. I add it to eggs, meat, fish, veggies, anything. It's great! I also microwave it for 2:30 and get the nice puffy-ness..

Comment #15

I learned the hard way (after several microwave tries) that the stove is the way to go. As others said, saute some vegetables in a non-stick pan, add the eggs and some FF cheese and they are much more palatable than the chunks with rubber I got when using the microwave!!..

Comment #16

I cook them like an omlet on the stove, timing is important..

Comment #17

Cooking them on stove top works better for me, I have tried both in the micro they cook to hard for me. I like to make them with veggie for lunch..

Comment #18

I had trouble with the eggs too. Ruined 3 containers before I got it right. The key, as mentioned earlier, in the microwave, is to do them in stages. Add water, stir, nuke 30 seconds, stir, nuke 30 seconds more, stir and then maybe another 10-15 depending on your microwave. Take them out while they are still a tad runny, stir and let them sit until cool enough to eat (they continue to thicken a bit). I like to add a chopped up slice of deli ham...

Comment #19

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