Medifast Recipes that used Scrambled Eggs...what now?

  • 2892 days ago

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    Bennett Level 1
    Like the Muffins that used 2 pkts of Scrambled Eggs. What will you use in place of them when you run out? I only have 4 pkts left..

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  • 2887 days ago

    A little confused by this question. Order more. Use egg beaters and subtract from your lean. Find other recipes. Plenty of options..

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  • 2881 days ago

    They discontinued the Scrambled Eggs back in November..

    To Don the OP, I understand there are Medifast recipes that called for the Medifast Scrambled Eggs specifically. Maybe check eBay or Amazon to see if anybody still has some for sale. I'm sure somebody will start experimenting with recipes using the Original Style Eggs to see if they are a good substitute..

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  • 2881 days ago

    Oh Holy smokes. All of the eggs? I never ordered them because I tried a sample and didn't like it. Sorry..

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  • 2876 days ago

    Okay, just went and looked. The eggs are right there to be ordered. I guess they are only egg whites? It says Original Style Eggs with Egg Whites. I would imagine they would work in any recipe..

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  • 2876 days ago

    Only the Scrambled Eggs were discontinued. They still have the Original Style and the Southwestern..

    I actually like the Scrambled quite a bit. I make them on the stove as I would regular scrambled eggs and they are good topped with a little salsa. When I heard they were discontinuing them, I stocked up.

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    The Scrambled Eggs have egg whites and yolks, while the Original Style Eggs only have egg whites, so that will probably have an impact when people are using them in recipes..

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  • 2872 days ago

    Okay, further confused. If they only discontinued the SW eggs, then what is the problem? I must need more protein. Considering all of this food is dehydrated or instant..I don't think it will impact recipes..

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  • 2866 days ago

    Dear Confused, have you ever made a recipe that called for eggs and separated out the yolks and just used the whites? This is what I'm talking about. Egg Whites aren't the same thing as whole eggs!.

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  • 2858 days ago

    I used them without realizing it, made them a bit more spongy but they worked..

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  • 2849 days ago

    Simplify.

    MF has been selling 3 different types of eggs....

    1. Scrambled eggs.

    2. Original eggs with egg whites.

    3. Southwest eggs.

    Scrambled eggs is no longer available..

    Scrambled eggs was the only WHEY egg choice so this is very limiting to those who try to limit their soy choices..

    Also I believe the question is rather or not the recipes that called for Scrambled eggs will work with the original eggs with whites, or another product..

    Hope that helps with the confusion..

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  • 2843 days ago

    Actually I do understand that as I had a dessert business and personal chef business. Medifast food is nothing like the real thing. If there were yolks at all in the Medifast eggs, it was very negligible. It should make very little difference in a recipe if at all. If it does, 1 TBS of Egg Beaters should take care of it because of what they use to thicken them to be similar in texture to real eggs..

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  • 2835 days ago

    The packet of Scrambled Eggs is yellow, and the ingredients include: Reduced Cholesterol egg powder [egg whites, egg yolks].

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  • 2832 days ago

    Like I said, the difference will be negligible if at all. EB would take care of any difference..

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  • 2824 days ago

    Dan - Why not just try it and see?.

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  • 2816 days ago

    I've been using the original and scrambled eggs indiscriminantly for things like the COT "bagel" and I haven't seen any difference..

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  • 2811 days ago

    I dont care for the eggs period !.

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  • 2809 days ago

    I decided to use real eggs. The recipe makes enough muffins for 6 meals, so that means 1/3 of an egg for each. Much cheaper too!.

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  • 2800 days ago

    And real eggs (with the yolks) are incredibly healthy foods, so good choice..

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  • 2800 days ago

    Just make sure to count the egg as part of your lean for the day..

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  • 2800 days ago

    I loved the scrambled eggs...Its sad to know they no longer have them even though I am no longer on MF, future possibilities ya know...If I ever need to order again, they probable will not have any of my faves left on the menu...LOL.

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  • 1425 days ago

    Now no eggs are available. And why do they assume that everyone that needs to lose weight has a sweet tooth? The only breakfast alternatives now are cereal or pancakes.

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