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Old 06-10-2009, 02:11 PM   #1
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Medi-Friendly Drink Recipes

Medi Protein Shake Recipes
from the Anniston Alabama Clinic
#1 "Orange Julius"
1 cup water
1 scoop vanilla shake powder
1 packet Crystal Light Orange/Sunrise (to go size)
1 packet of splenda (optional)
Mix in a blender. May be foamy. After foam settles, stir with a spoon. Place in the freezer in a cup and freeze to desired consistency.
#2 "Orange Sherbert"
1 scoop vanilla shake powder
12 oz can diet Sunkist
1 packet of splenda
Directions (same as #1)
#3 Strawberry
1 cup water
1 scoop vanilla shake powder
1 packet Crystal light Wild Strawberry (to go size)
1 packet splenda (optional)
Directions (same as #1)
#4 Banana Chocolate
8-10 oz of water
1 scoop chocolate shake powder
1/4 tsp of banana extract
1 packet of splenda (optional)
Directions (same as #1)

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Chocolate Cream Shake from Robyn

Chocolate Cream

Prep Time: 5 min

Serves: 1 serving

Ingredients

1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
2 tablespoons splenda
1 tablespoon boiling water
1/2 cup very cold vanilla Almond Breeze unsweetened
1 1/2 cups seltzer water (not club soda)

Directions
In a small cup, mix together the cocoa and sugar. Add the water and stir well until a paste is formed. Put the milk in a tall fountain glass. Slowly add the seltzer water. Stir gently. Drizzle the chocolate syrup in slowly, being careful to disturb the foam as little as possible. Stir gently with a tall spoon. Your drink should be two-toned, chocolate brown on the bottom with white foam on top.

Per Serving:
Calories 32 Total Fat 2g Sodium 91 mg Carbohydrate 8 g Protein 2 g


You could add Egg Whites and it would be an Egg Cream and a really tasty lunch, but the Calories would go up accordingly!
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Berry Nice! from Jo

Here is a little Cinco de Mayo treat I found on Hungry Girl this morning. I am giving you the "virgin" recipe as it is medi-compliant.

Berry Nice!

Ingredients:
1 cup Sprite Zero (or any diet lemon-lime soda)
One serving (half a packet or 1/8th of a tub) sugar-free strawberry powdered drink mix (any variety, like Crystal Light Strawberry-Kiwi or Energy Wild Strawberry)
4 frozen unsweetened strawberries
2 tbsp. lime juice
1 cup crushed ice or 5 - 8 ice cubes
Optional Garnish: lime wedge

Directions:
Place all ingredients in a blender. Blend until uniform and slushy.
Pour into a nice glass and, if you like, garnish with a wedge of lime.

Drink up!

MAKES 1 SERVING

Serving Size: 1 margarita (entire recipe)
Calories: 28
Fat: 0g
Sodium: 24mg
Carbs: 7g
Fiber: 1g
Sugars: 2g
Protein: 0g


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Medi-Shake - Chocolate by Fabulous@50

My favorite Medi-Shake is the Chocolate with 1 Tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder. Before mixing it in 12-15 oz of ice cold water, I place the cocoa powder and Medi shake mix in a small container and shake so they mingle well. I then pour all of the powder into water and use the Pampered Chef's Mini-Whipper to mix. The longer you mix, the thicker it gets. I then add a little ice. I drink one or two a day to add more calories (I have a very intense workout routine so I have to add back in the calories I burn). I don't add any sweetner. I think it's fine without.
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Strawberries and cream shake by Mommy2Girls

(for week 2 and beyond)
1 c unsweetened almond milk
1 scoop Medi Vanilla shake powder
Ice (more or less depending on how "icy" you like shakes!)
1 packet Splenda
4 small strawberries, stems removed
1 tsp Vanilla extract

Blend well to your preferred thickness and enjoy!


I made this yesterday (she suggested strawberries and almond milk, I added the other ingredients) and it was yummy! But very rich tasting and I could only finish 1/2. Next time I will definitely make 1/2 this recipe, so I would suggest that you consider this recipe to be for 2 servings unless you are replacing a meal (I was just doing it as an afternoon snack).
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This morning's breakfast was SO GOOD! For me, the berries made a HUGE difference!

Very Berry Smoothie

1 scoop of Medi Vanilla Shake Powder
1 Crystal Light White Tea Blueberry to-go packet
1/2 cup of frozen berries
1 cup of water
8-10 ice cubes

Blend it all together and ENJOY!

Nutritional Info
Calories 142
Fat 2g
Chol. 38mg
Sodium 55mg
Carbs 11
Sugar 1g
Fiber 1g
Protein 21g
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*.*Strawberry Slushy*.*

Strawberry Slushy
A recipe for the Acute phase of the Medi-Weightloss Clinics® program. Makes 1 serving.

A cool and refreshing drink perfect for summertime.

Ingredients
8 servings of strawberry kiwi Crystal Light®
6 fresh medium strawberries

Directions
Make Crystal Light® according to the package directions.
Pour Crystal Light® into ice cube tray and let freeze. Set aside remaining Crystal Light® and add to the slushy if desired.
Place 4-6 Crystal Light® ice cubes in the blender with strawberries.
Blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute. Pour into a glass and enjoy!


Note: Nutritional information may vary depending upon the brand of food and cooking methods.

Here is the link for the full nutritional data:
https://www.mediweightlossclinics.co...wberry-slushy/

Calories per serving - 60
Fat/cholesterol/sodium - 0
Carbs - 6g (1 g dietary fiber, 4g sugar) net carbs here - 5g




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Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Shake/Drink

This is a great meal replacement, or post work out recipe. It can also nail a sweet tooth late at night as well.

Ingredients:
100% ON Whey Protein - Double Rich Chocolate

PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter

Truvia Sweetener

Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla

8oz Almond Milk
1 Rounded Scoop Whey Protein
2 TBSP PB2
1 Truvia Packet

Mix in a shaker or in a blender with some ice cubes...or frozen strawberries if you like. If you blend with Ice you get even more out of it...but it is delicious either way.

Nutritional info
Calories 214
Fat 7g
Chol. 30mg
Sodium 334mg
Carbs 12g
Sugar 2g
Fiber 1g
Protein 29g

Seems a little high in Sodium but I have been making things like this throughout the program and haven't had issues with my water...some may be more sensitive to it.

These ingredients or variations of can also be used to make ice cream...in fact skip the blender, use the shaker...then pour into a bowl and stick in the freezer. Mix it up every 30 mins or so until desired consistency is achieved and then top with sugar free cool whip...


edit: just a reminder that protein shakes after working out is essential to rebuilding muscle the right way...amino acids and whatnot...Whey protein is great for this

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Medi Shake - Apple Pie

1 Scoop Medi Vanilla Whey Protein Shake
6-8 Oz Cold Water & 4-5 Ice Cubes
1/4 Cup No Sugar Added Apple Pie Filling
4 Oz Dannon Carb & Sugar Control Vanilla Yogurt
1/2 Tsp Cinnamon & Nutmeg

*Mix all the ingredients in the blender, and blend until desired thickness!*

I got this from my clinic, but I changed it a bit. I used Unsweetened Almond Milk in lieu of the water and vanilla yogurt. I also put a dollop of Cool White Lite/Free on top to make it just like apple pie! Very good!!

Protein Calories: 151
Total Calories: 175
Total Carb: 3 grams
(as listed above, not sure the calorie/carb difference how I made it with almond milk instead of the yogurt and water!)
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Medi Shake - Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin Spice Shake

1 Scoop Medi Vanilla Whey Protein Shake
6-8 oz cold water & 4-5 ice cubes (I use unsweetened Almond Milk and ice)
1 Tsp Pumpkin Pie Spice & 1 Tsp Splenda Brown Sugar
4 Oz Dannon Carb & Sugar Control Vanilla Yogurt
1/4 Cup Canned Pumpkin

*Mix all ingredients in a blender, blend to desired thickness, enjoy!*

This came from my Medi Clinic. I changed it a bit and used unsweetened Almond Milk instead of water & did not use the Yogurt, it was plenty thick! The recipe above is listed as I got it from my clinic! I also put a dollop of Cool Whip on the top of my shake, it tastes like a pumpkin pie, awesome!!

Protein Calories: 151
Total Calories: 175
Total Carb: 3 grams
(as listed above, not sure the calorie/carb difference how I made it with almond milk instead of the yogurt and water!)
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Quick and easy chocolate milk

1 c unsweetened almond breeze chocolate milk
1-2 packets Splenda (depending on your preference)
2 tbsp cool whip free

Mix splenda into almond breeze and warm 2 minutes in microwave. Top with cool whip free, stir, and enjoy!
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*.*Healthy Makeover Eggnog*.*

Caution advised here, as it still requires moderation!

Healthy Makeover Eggnog

From Good Housekeeping

When it comes to holiday-time calories, nothing adds to your bottom line as much as this rich punch. But only a scrooge would give up eggnog altogether, so check out our slimmed-down nog at one-fourth the saturated fat and half the cholesterol. We replaced whole milk with low-fat (and skipped the heavy cream), but kept the silky texture and decadent flavor by simmering the milk and sugar with cornstarch and by using more egg whites and fewer yolks.

Ingredients

3 large eggs
3 large egg whites
5 1/2 cup(s) low-fat milk
1/2 cup(s) sugar
2 tablespoon(s) cornstarch
Salt
2 tablespoon(s) vanilla
1/2 teaspoon(s) (plus additional for sprinkling) ground nutmeg
1/3 cup(s) dark Jamaican rum (optional)

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In bowl, with whisk, beat eggs and egg whites until blended; set aside. In heavy 4-quart saucepan, with heat-safe spatula, mix 4 cups milk with sugar, cornstarch, and 1/4 teaspoon salt. Cook on medium-high until mixture boils and thickens slightly, stirring constantly. Boil 1 minute. Remove saucepan from heat.

Gradually whisk 1/2 cup simmering milk mixture into eggs; pour egg mixture back into milk in saucepan, whisking constantly, to make custard.
Pour custard into large bowl; stir in vanilla, nutmeg, rum, if using, and remaining 1 1/2 cups milk. Cover and refrigerate until well chilled, at least 6 hours or up to 2 days. Sprinkle eggnog with nutmeg to serve.

Makes about 6 1/2 cups.

Nutritional Information
(per serving)

Calories 105
Total Fat 2g
Saturated Fat 1g
Cholesterol 53mg
Sodium 125mg
Total Carbohydrate 14g
Dietary Fiber --
Sugars --
Protein 6g
Calcium
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Chocolate Milk

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Quick and easy chocolate milk

1 c unsweetened almond breeze chocolate milk
1-2 packets Splenda (depending on your preference)
2 tbsp cool whip free

Mix splenda into almond breeze and warm 2 minutes in microwave. Top with cool whip free, stir, and enjoy!
Another way to make chocolate milk with 20 fewer calories...

Put Waldens 0 calorie chocolate syrup in unsweetened vanilla almond milk. It is only 40 calories 2g carbs, and 1g fiber for an 8 oz glass and tastes rich and creamy. Next time I will heat it up and make cocoa.
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OK I went to my WONDERFUL clinic today and they had some new holiday shakes to add to the mix!

Peppermint Patty Shake
1 scoop of medi chocolate protein shake

1/4 tsp of peppermint extract

4 oz dannon light n fit carb control vanilla yogurt
(i also use unsweetened almond milk and ice here since the yogurt is hard to find!)

Jolly Butterscoth Shake

1 scoop of medi vanilla protein shake

1 TBSP of Jello-O sugar free fat free butterscotch instant pudding mix

1 4oz dannon light n fit carb control vanilla yogurt

Merry Cranberry Delight Shake

1 scoop of medi vanilla or chocolate protein shake

4 oz dannon light n fit carb control vanilla yogurt

1/2 cup of frozen cranberries

Enjoy!!
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This is a recommendation - not a recipe. I was told that the protein shakes sold by Jay Robb were pretty good, and I bought some to try. THEY ARE GOOD! I bought a sample package of the Pina Colada and had it this morning. It is DELICIOUS and it really doesn't taste like a protein shake (or anything healthy for that matter)! I really liked it!

The Nutritional Info is:
Calories 110
Cholesterol 0
Sodium 150
Potassium 380
Carbs 1
Protein 25g

I think this is a great alternative for those of us who struggle with the shakes - it was better than the EAS shakes IMO but obviously, not convienently packaged!

You can check it out by googling Jay Robb (can't post the link).
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Jennifer, Were you able to purchase these from a store? Sounds like a good alternative for breakfast or late evening after my 12 hour shifts when meal time is late. Thank you.
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I ordered them online, but they may be available in some stores - I'd check the website!
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Another way to make chocolate milk with 20 fewer calories...

Put Waldens 0 calorie chocolate syrup in unsweetened vanilla almond milk. It is only 40 calories 2g carbs, and 1g fiber for an 8 oz glass and tastes rich and creamy. Next time I will heat it up and make cocoa.
This is without a doubt the best thing ever!!! Need a chocolate fix? Want to warm up on a chilly night? just 2 minutes in the microwave . Thank you Thank you Thank you for this yumminess
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My favorite Medi-Shake is the Chocolate with 1 Tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder. Before mixing it in 12-15 oz of ice cold water, I place the cocoa powder and Medi shake mix in a small container and shake so they mingle well. I then pour all of the powder into water and use the Pampered Chef's Mini-Whipper to mix. The longer you mix, the thicker it gets. I then add a little ice. I drink one or two a day to add more calories (I have a very intense workout routine so I have to add back in the calories I burn). I don't add any sweetner. I think it's fine without.

I made this today and it was great!!! I am so glad I bought unsweetened cocoa. I've also added it to cottage cheese along with a splenda and found that to be pretty good.....like having dessert!
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I made this today and it was great!!! I am so glad I bought unsweetened cocoa. I've also added it to cottage cheese along with a splenda and found that to be pretty good.....like having dessert!
Hi, I tried the unsweetened cocoa too and thought the same thing - dessert! Our stats are very similar and I just started in February also. I'm curious to see your next post to see what your last weigh in was. I'm .2 lbs from a total of 15 lost.

Congrats to you and keep posting!
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Hi, I tried the unsweetened cocoa too and thought the same thing - dessert! Our stats are very similar and I just started in February also. I'm curious to see your next post to see what your last weigh in was. I'm .2 lbs from a total of 15 lost.

Congrats to you and keep posting!

I post more on the March Medi thread but wanted you to know after the crazy week I had, I am down an additional 3 pounds for a 3 week total of 16.3 pounds!!! When is your next weigh in? I am sure you will have an awesome weigh in!!! Keep me posted!
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Please keep our recipe threads just for recipes, much easier for our members to find a particular recipe if they do not have to page through comments.

Here is the recipe question and comment thread:

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Strawberry or Orange Protein Shake with Powerade Zero

OMG - this is so yummy!

Instead of mixing H20 with your vanilla protein shake powder, use 8 ozs of Powerade ZERO (I've tried both the Orange and Strawberry) and it taste wonderful - and it is a great way to get electrolytes in and it taste like a orange cream or strawberry creme milkshake *use your imagination just a tad*
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Medi Shake Ideas

Mocha Madness
-Medi Chocolate Powder
-heaping teaspoon of instant expresso
-8 oz of water
-ice
-blend and enjoy! (for a variation you can add sugar free hazelnut coffeemate)

Peanut Butter Bliss
-Medi Chocolate Powder
-tbsp PB2 powdered peanut butter
-8 oz of watet
-ice
-blend and enjoy!
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These all sound good,but may we have the nutritional data for them, so that we are making good choices please. Many thanks!


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Medi-Friendly Coffee Recipe

I'm not sure this constitutes a recipe but it is a great way to satisfy the sweet coffee cravings I have had (darn you Starbucks for getting me hooked!)

1 serving of International Cafe Sugar Free/Decaffeinated Instant Coffee (I like the Suisse Mocha and the French Vanilla)
1 tbs. Breyers Carb Smart Vanilla Ice Cream

After you make the instant coffee add the tablespoon of ice cream. The ice cream adds a creaminess to the coffee.... yum!

1 serving is 8 oz.
Calories: 52.5
Net Carbs: 3 grams
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I'm not sure this constitutes a recipe but it is a great way to satisfy the sweet coffee cravings I have had (darn you Starbucks for getting me hooked!)

1 serving of International Cafe Sugar Free/Decaffeinated Instant Coffee (I like the Suisse Mocha and the French Vanilla)
1 tbs. Breyers Carb Smart Vanilla Ice Cream

After you make the instant coffee add the tablespoon of ice cream. The ice cream adds a creaminess to the coffee.... yum!

1 serving is 8 oz.
Calories: 52.5
Net Carbs: 3 grams
Jodi, did you eat this is the acute phase? I'm going to ask my clinic on Tuesday if it's OK for me; just wondered.
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I have enjoyed and used many of the recipes on this thread, they've been very helpful. I am going on my fourth week of the program. The only problem I've had is finding some of the ingredients such as Walden Farms, Miracle Noodle, the fit and carb yogurt and the PB2 (which I believe other members have indicated you have to buy from a website). Has anyone found these at Trader Joes or Whole Foods?
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I have enjoyed and used many of the recipes on this thread, they've been very helpful. I am going on my fourth week of the program. The only problem I've had is finding some of the ingredients such as Walden Farms, Miracle Noodle, the fit and carb yogurt and the PB2 (which I believe other members have indicated you have to buy from a website). Has anyone found these at Trader Joes or Whole Foods?
Not sure about Walden Farms stuff.......we have some WF things at Publix, and some other stores locally.....BUT Netrition (our host for this LCF site) is GREAT! Very fast shipping, and their pricing is good. I just ordered the Miracle Noodles "rice" from them along with several other items that I get from them frequently. I use the Miracle Noodles quite a bit, but have never tried the "rice".......just make sure you rince under running water (I hold my breath, so I don't get any of the "fishy" smell people say they get when they open the package....THEN I soak them in water with a little white vinegar added. I blot them on several layers of paper towel, before adding them to "whatever" sauce I'm using. They are NOT pasta, but they do the trick for me!

Personally I don't care for many of the WF products, but there are plenty of other people who LOVE them!

I buy and use a LOT of PB2 in my protein shakes, mixed with yogurt, and with whipped cream or cool whip
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Old 08-29-2011, 05:13 PM   #30
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Green Tea

My new favorite
1 scoop Vanilla
1 low carb yogurt
8 oz water (0r could use almond milk)
2 teaspoons matcha (green tea powder)

Calories 155
carbs 6

Taste really good!
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