How to make Medifast Chocolate Chip Muffins?

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So, I L O V E the choc chip pancakes. Seriously. But, I read on here I can make them into muffins ... which would be fantastic. However, I've sacrificed two treasured packets of the had too much h20 and the other I burnt and it resembled something I do not want to replicate. What am I doing wrong? There must be a magic ration of water to mix to make these muffins I have heard so much about and desperately want. Advice?..

Comments (16)

Watching with interest... mine didn't come out so well. It was like a heavy, soaked sponge. And all the chocolate chips fell to the bottom and were gross (maybe this can't be prevented!).

I'm wondering if I could mix with eggs similar to my bagel recipe and see if a soft cookie or scone type thing would result.....

Comment #1

You mean it's not suppose to taste like a wet sponge. Who knew?..

Comment #2

I just add the amount of water on the package, wisk for a few seconds, and put it in a 6 ounce ramekin for about 2 minutes in the microwave. It looks like it's going to spill over, but it won't.

I don't like adding stuff like baking powder or eggs to anything so I just stick to the basics. The chocolate chips do tend to fall to the bottom but I'm not sure there's anything you can do about that.

I find them pretty tasty, but then again, my standards are pretty low at this point...

Comment #3

Hello. I've made the CCPancakes into a muffin twice. I mix the 1/4 cup of water with the powder (I put them in a container with a lid and shake 5 or 6 times). Then I let the mixture sit on the counter for up to 30 mintues. The first time I cooked it for a minute, which was to long. The second time I cooked it for 45 seconds.

All the chocolate chips sank to the bottom, but I didn't mind. I can take the disk like pancakey thing right out of the ramekin I cook it in, and eat it like that, or cut it up into bit size pieces. The texture was ok, but I really liked the flavor. Good luck!.


Comment #4

Well I do add the water and baking powder 1/2 tsp. Put it in a ramekin and nuke 1:15 min. Just like the brownie. Then I put in the freezer for 5 min. Pull it out and cut in 1/2. Then I use a lean portion of MS sausage patty in the middle.

A lilttle breakfast sandwich.

*since the chips fall to the bottom, after I slice it in half a put the chip side up..

Comment #5

So, I'm assuming we can only make one pancake lol..

Comment #6

Hey, I thought I would add my 2 cents!.

I take 4 packets of pancake mix (usually 2 plain and 2 choc chip) with 1 cup water. I whisk in a bowl till just combined. I use a mini muffin tin (that makes 12 muffins) and pour the mixture into the pan. I spray with a bit of non-stick spray first..

Bake for 30 minutes at 350. They have always come out fine for me this way.

I got this recipe from someone on these boards - it is not my idea. I have never been good with making up my own recipes..

I do like that I can take these with me for lunch!..

Comment #7

Well when I attempted to make the pancakes for the first time, and as a muffin, the result seemed pretty small to me. I don't see how you could get 4 pancakes, if memory serves me, out of a single packet..

I dunno ... maybe i'm just not mixing it properly or maybe because I was too impatient to let the mixture sit for awhile..

Anyway, it was good nonetheless and the WF pancake syrup made it even better. I pretty much inhaled it...

Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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