Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I bump into an answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably could give you an answer..
Here is a good nobake one to try from AMYSMITHR:.
Chocolate Peanutbutter No-Bake Cookies.
4 tsp FF Promise butter spread.
4 tsp FF milk.
2 Tbsp + 2 tsp Splenda.
2 Tbsp dry PB2 (mixed with 1 Tbsp water).
1/2 cup old-fashioned oats.
1 Tbsp cocoa.
Less than 1/4 tsp vanilla.
Mix together the dry PB2 with the water; blend together until smooth. In a small saucepan bring the Promise spread, milk, and Splenda to a boil. Boil on low/medium heat for 3 min, stirring constantly, then remove from heat. Quickly stir in the peanut butter, oats, cocoa, and vanilla. Drop with spoon into 2 very large cookies on waxed paper, press somewhat flat, and let cool to set. Can refrigerate to speed up setting time if desired and I actually prefer eating them refrigerated.
1 large cookie (1/2 recipe)= dessert serving (124 cal, 2.9 g fat, and 5.5 g protein)..
Here is a recipe from the Nutrisystem Nourish book:.
Nutrisystem Peanut Butter Cookies.
Prep Time: 10 Min.
Cook TIme: 12 Min.
Makes 15 Cookies, Serving Size 1 Cookie.
Cals 129, Protien 5g, Carbs 9.3, Dietary Fiber 1.1, LOW GI CARB.
1 cup Chunky Peanut Butter.
7 tablespoons of fructose or Splenda equivalent.
1 tsp baking soda.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a mixer, combine all the ingredients. After about a min, the mixer will get thicker and grainy. Divide cookies evenly into 15 balls; each should be about 1 1/2 inches round. Place on a non-stick cookie sheet (do not grease). Using a fork, press the top of the cookies into a crisscross pattern to flatten to 1/2 inch thick.
Let us know how they are if you try them.....
Thanks for the recipe. You are just the person to answer my question. I haven't bought the Nutrisystem Nourish book yet. Do you find that it is worth the cost? So many cookbooks have a lot that we won't eat. Looking for a book that has 'down home cooking'!.
Have a great day,..
You will most likely get various opinions on the book... first it is not a recipe book... it is the Nutrisystem Nourish program written in 2004 with a chapter on recipes....
Here are some great sites with recipes and other info (thanks to graylady for listing these).
Amysmithr's web site @.
Christinagray2003's web site @.
The-Jazzman's web site @.
Recipe exchange @.
Using the recipes in the "Collected Recipes" files @.
I suggest the websites over the book....
That sounds fabulous!!! I have to get some PB2 and try this...
From Christina Gray website.
Whole grain peanut butter cookies.
C Egg beaters.
C Peanut butter.
C oat flour (grind up oatmeal in the food processor).
4 pieces of Light wheat bread (ground up in the food processor).
2 tsp vanilla extract.
2 tsp baking soda.
1 C Splenda.
Preheat oven to 350. Lightly spray cookie sheet with cooking spray. Blend all ingredients together in a medium bowl. Use a regular spoon to put cookie dough onto the pan. Use the back of a spoon dipped in flour to flatten them some. You can also put a dent in the middle of them and fill it with SF jam.
Makes 24 cookies @ about 51 cals and 2.8g fat per cookie..
NOTE: You could have 2 of these as a dessert. If you want to up the protein Im sure it would be fine to add in some Any Whey protein to the batter too just adjust the calorie content. These make a cake like cookie but the flavor is really yummy and would be great with a small glass of milk!!..