Cheese puffs or cereal?

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SkinnyBitch1...

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Posted: 24 Aug 2012, 15:17
Has anyone tried the chili nacho cheese or Parmesan cheese puffs? Has anyone tried the cereals? My order is about to process and I want to know if they're worth getting!
Snowbear007

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Posted: 24 Aug 2012, 18:52
The cheese puffs are a little dry, but good for when you want something crunchy. They don't taste to bad either. The cereal has a real strong sweetener taste that makes it hard to eat a whole bag dry, so I add a little bit of fat free milk even though I know were not suppose to. While their not may favorite meals they are a change to the same old meals that start to get boring after awhile. Hope that helps.
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SkinnyBitch1...

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Posted: 25 Aug 2012, 00:14
Hi Snowbear. Have you tried it w/almond milk? On the Take Shape for Life website, it says you can have almond milk with the cereal. Here's a copy of what it says:
"You can enjoy Medifast Mixed Berry Cereal Crunch straight out of the bag, or have half a serving of cereal with half a French Vanilla Shake for a rich, satisfying breakfast. Or have the whole bag with a half cup of Blue Diamond Almond Breeze® or a whole cup of Silk Pure Almond® in Unsweetened Original or Unsweetened Vanilla; they count as one condiment on the Medifast 5 & 1 Plan."
Snowbear007

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Posted: 25 Aug 2012, 09:32
Thanks I'm going to try that.
SnowBear007

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