Your question was: Tips on making Nutrisystem food taste better?.
Yep, it depends on the specific food. Most of the dinners are so sauce-heavy that I can't imagine anyone describing them as dry...
I agree and if you mean the muffins or something then just nuke them and they are nice and moist..
I need advice on food choices as far as gastrointestinal things go. I diverticlitis so some things don't set well with me. What Nutrisystem foods have you found yummy?..
What ingredients cause problems for you?.
I'll list my favorites (scones, beef patty, rotini and meatballs), but not sure that's really going to help if those are all foods that you can't eat...
Wouldn't this be part trois? Part deux would be two, and this is your third thread with the same subject...
It could be that the sugar alcohols aren't settling well with you. You might want to avoid these:.
NutriSystem Entres containing Sugar Alcohol.
(Updated 04-22-10 based on reformulation).
Apple Granola Bar.
Apple Strudel Scone.
Apple Strudel Bar.
Banana Nut Muffin.
Chocolate Chip Scone.
Cinnamon Bun Bar.
Cinnamon Swirl Granola Bar.
Cranberry Granola Bar.
Cranberry Orange Pastry.
Double Chocolate Muffin.
Harvest Nut Bar.
Peanut Butter Granola Bar.
Chocolate Raspberry Bar.
Fudge Graham Bar.
Trail Mix Bar.
Blueberry Lemon Dessert Bar.
Chocolate Fudge Bar.
Chocolate Nougat Bar with Peanuts and Caramel.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Dessert Bar.
Chocolatey Nougat Bar with Peanuts and Caramel.
Coconut Almond Bar.
Double Chocolate Almond Cookie.
Golden Pound Cake.
Milk Chocolaty Delight Bar.
Peppermint Cookie Patty.
Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookie.
Frozen Entrees (Updated 10-07-09).
Salisbury Steak with Macaroni and Cheese.
Caramel Swirl Sundae.
Fudge Swirl Sundae.
Ice Cream Sandwich.
Lime Crme Bar.
Orange Crme Bar..
I'm a big fan of moist, tasty food so I understand what you're saying. So far, I like the Mac & Cheese a lot, the Fettuccini Alfredo, the Double Chocolate Muffin and the lasagna is also very good. I sautee a buttload of mushrooms and put them on top of my dinners with salsa a 2 Tbl of light sour cream to turn it into a big, yummy meal that's within guidelines. Also the oatmeals are good mixed up with a bunch of blueberries. I also add spices like chili powder to add some zing and some heat. I had the sloppy joe last night, and it was surprisingly good with a slice of lowfat swiss cheese melted over it, on sourdough bread.
It makes it really creamy and adds a lot of flavor...
Someone's playing with us, is your name "Chuck"..
First there was a thread called:.
"Feel like chucking the food" which got locked by page 3.
Then there was.
"Chucking the food part 2".
"Feel like chucking the food headache".
"Food options ala dechuck".
"Adjusting food intake".
All posted by beyond_therapy in one day..
And he doesn't seem to know anything about this diet since he is asking about adding in carbs, etc. All of that is in the info that is delivered with the food...