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All people combined, we’ve lost more than 9,000 pounds and counting! To celebrate our success and help keep you motivated, we’ve decided it’s time to hold a Nutrimeal™ recipe contest!

For all you creative, concoction-making, Nutrimeal-drinking, weight-losing supporters at home — we want your Nutrimeal recipes! Pick your favorite flavor of Nutrimeal and jazz it up. Raspberry cheesecake, Chocolate muffins, Mint-chocolate chip shake, oh my! So many ideas to choose from.

Kathy Kaehler Nutrimeal

Kathy Kaehler (Photo by Raji Barbir)

Here is an example recipe from our celebrity trainer Kathy Kaehler:

Berrylicious

12 ounces water
3 scoops French Vanilla Nutrimeal
½ cup ice
1 cup mixed berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries)

Check out this recipe from our guest judge, Dr. Susan Kleiner:

Recovery Rescue

1/2 cup cold pure water
1/2 cup organic unfiltered apple juice
1 Tbsp fresh peeled and chopped ginger (about 1″ piece)
2 cups washed fresh baby spinach
1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
1 serving (3 scoops) USANA Chocolate Whey Nutrimeal

Remember, your recipe doesn’t have to be a shake. It just needs to contain Nutrimeal. So invite your friends over and have a Nutrimeal Recipe Kickoff!

First prize winner gets a USANA BlenderBottle® SportMixers™, one bag of Orange Crème Nutrimeal, one bag of Cappuccino Nutrimeal, PLUS $50 cash on account!*

Second- and third-prize winners each get a USANA BlenderBottle® SportMixers™, one bag of Orange Crème Nutrimeal, one bag of Cappuccino Nutrimeal, plus $25 cash on account.*

Submit your recipes by 5 p.m. MST on March 5, 2013. Post them in the comments or email them to us at [email protected]. We’ll pick the top five recipes to test. Winners will be announced on What’s Up, USANA? on March 12! (official contest rules)

So share your tasty USANA recipes and win some cool prizes while you’re at it!

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33 replies
  1. Jennifer McGill
    Jennifer McGill says:

    My friend and Associate Robin Valente and I love this Nutrimeal treat! Is our version of a delicious slice of Lemon Meringue Pie….Here it goes…1 serving (3 scoops) of vanilla Nutrimeal, 1 scoop of Fibergy, 400ml of almond milk, 1/2 tsp lemon flavouring/extract and 1/4 tsp of almond extract. Feel free to add more lemon extract to taste…shake for 45 seconds, sit back and enjoy the memory of grandmas fresh baked Lemon Meringue Pie.

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  2. Pat Clodfelter
    Pat Clodfelter says:

    Easy way to have coffee and NutraMeal. Full blender bottle half with coffee. Add 3 scopes chocolate or vanilla NutraMeal , Ice……Shake . So good. For all who love Capuchino…… My easy recipe

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  3. Bob Mihalyov
    Bob Mihalyov says:

    Here’s a healthy alternative to egg nog:

    Healthy Holiday Nog: Put 16 ounces ice chips and cold water into a blender. Add the below ingredients and blend for 60-90 seconds.

    3 scoops Vanilla Nutrimeal
    2 tablespoons sugar-free vanilla instant pudding powder
    ½ tsp cinnamon
    ½ tsp nutmeg
    ½ tsp Brandy or Rum extract flavoring

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  4. Lee Nickel
    Lee Nickel says:

    I love the Vanilla. I put 1 cup water, 3 scoops Vanilla Nutrimeal, 1/2 banana, 5-7 chunks pinaple (I have the banana & pineapple chuncks in my freezer in small snack bags for convenience and the frozen fruit makes it more of a frozen drink). Then I add 1 scoop Fibergy, 1 Tbsp Hemp Hearts, 1 Tbsp ground flax seed and blend.

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  5. Myrna Widlend
    Myrna Widlend says:

    1 sliced frozen banana
    1 tablespoon of coconut oil
    1 tablespoon of peanut butter
    half teaspoon of organic honey
    1 tablespoon of organic carob powder
    2 scoops of Vanilla Nutrimeal
    Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth

    Optional: top with grated almonds and/or cinnamon
    Use ice cubes for thicker consistency

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  6. Myrna Widlend
    Myrna Widlend says:

    1 sliced frozen banana
    1 tablespoon of coconut oil
    1 tablespoon of peanut butter
    half teaspoon of organic honey
    1 tablespoon of organic carob powder
    2 scoops of Vanilla Nutrimeal
    Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth
    Optional: Grated almonds or/and cinnamon for topping
    Ice cubes for thicker consistency

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  7. Jenna Hoskinson
    Jenna Hoskinson says:

    Strawberry Parfaits:

    1 cup plain yogurt
    1 scoop strawberry Nutrimeal
    1/4 cup granola
    sliced strawberries

    Mix Nutrimeal and yogurt together. In a short glass or parfait cup, layer half of the yogurt mixture, half of the granola and repeat. Top with fresh strawberries. Enjoy immediately. Serves 1.

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  8. Deanna Bowman
    Deanna Bowman says:

    ~My Get Up and Go Shake~

    I have this for Breakfast. 🙂 Mmm !

    • 2 scoops USANA Nutrimeal ~French Vanilla or Strawberry
    • ½ cup frozen blueberries
    • ½ banana – whole banana
    • ¾ – 1 cup plain yogurt (0% – 3% you choose)
    • 1 tbsp organic coconut oil
    • 1-2 tsp cinnamon
    • 1 tbsp Chia seeds
    • 1 heaping tbsp. organic Hemp powder
    • 1 heaping tbsp. organic Cocao powder
    • 2 tsp organic Maca powder
    • Small handful of raw oatmeal
    • 290 – 340 ml of cold water

    I put all this in a large cup/shake container and use my hand blender. Amazing and such a superfood !! Love this shake in the morning !! 🙂

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  9. Sarah Stevens
    Sarah Stevens says:

    My favourite new shake is 3 scoops of capuccino nutrimeal, 250ml of chocolate soy milk, 100ml of ice water and shake! You now have a delicious healthy mocha shake!

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  10. Amy quarberg
    Amy quarberg says:

    Happy Green Smoothy

    1 Cup water
    1 Cup ice
    3 scoops french vanilla Nutrimeal
    2 handfuls of baby kale or spinach
    1 pear
    blend on high until smooth….
    Drink up and be happy cuz you got your protein and greens all in one EASY shake…

    Reply
  11. Katie Goulet
    Katie Goulet says:

    2 1/2 cups old fashioned oats
    3 scoops Nutrimeal Chocolate Whey powder
    2 TBSP Natural peanut butter
    3 large egg whites
    2 medium bananas, mashed
    1/4 c. almond milk
    1 tsp cinnamon

    Bake at 350 for 15 minutes. I also combine on scoop of nutrimeal with alittle almond milk and drizzle on the top for a type of “frosting”

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  12. stephanie joncheray
    stephanie joncheray says:

    Déjeuner tonique
    Dejeuner tonique
    3 mesures de nutrimeal vanille
    2 cuillerées de poudre de cacao cru
    1 mesure de fibergy
    1/4 tasse de bleuets surgelé bio(ceuillit par moi et ma fille!)
    une Poire
    360ml eau
    et Hop!

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  13. ye sanyuan
    ye sanyuan says:

    firsrt,drink a cup of water.after ,1 scoops usana french vanilla nutrimeal add 1scoops fibergy .2 an apple 3 a piece of roughage bread with an egg and lettuce 4 two piece of banana . 4 a bag of health pak . this is my delicious breakfast, I love usana nutrimeal very much,it is part of my life to support me have a good body.

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  14. Bethany Moore
    Bethany Moore says:

    Chocolate Covered Cherry Delight

    I love to drink this when I’m wanting something sweet! Smooth and delicious.

    12oz water
    1 cup of frozen cherries
    1 cup of ice
    3 scoops of USANA chocolate nutrimeal

    Blend, drink, enjoy! 🙂

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  15. Gwen Burnell
    Gwen Burnell says:

    Allergic to blueberries and whey brought me to this shake.

    Tropical Blend
    1/2 frozen bananna
    3 or 4 frozen strawberries
    1 tsp coconut flavoring
    coconut milk to your thickness desire
    3 scoops of Vanilla Nutrimeal
    Think I will go make one right now!!!!

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  16. Michael Fugatt
    Michael Fugatt says:

    PB & Whey

    Who can resist the flavor of chocolate and peanut butter
    together, and the best part…it can be healthy.

    3 or 4 ice cubes
    12 oz water
    3 scoops of Chocolate Whey Nutrimeal
    2 tbsp powdered peanut butter (I use PB2 – all natural)
    Shake until well mixed
    Enjoy.

    Reply
  17. Renee Champagne
    Renee Champagne says:

    Vanille rafraîchissant

    2 ou 3 mesures de nutrimeal vanille
    ½ tasse de mangue 
fraîche ou surgelée
    ½ tasse d’ananas 
fraîche ou surgelée
    Le jus d’une orange 

    ½ tasse de yogourt nature ou tofu pour dessert
    1c. optomega
    1 c. de fibergy
    ½ Rev3
    Cardamome moulue
    3 glaçons (facultatif)

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  18. France Labbé
    France Labbé says:

    Gruau chaud au Nutrimeal à la vanille.
    Ingrédients:
    4 onces d’eau pure,
    28 gr. de gruau nature sans sucre.
    Préparation du Nutrimeal:
    6 onces de lait d’amandes,
    4 onces d’eau pure,
    3 mesures de Nutrimeal Vanille.

    10 noix de Grenoble hachées grossièrement,
    1 c à thé de sirop d’érable.
    Préparation:
    Préparer au mélangeur votre boisson fouettée Nutrimeal avec le lait d’amandes et l’eau pure. Réserver.
    Amener presqu’à l’ébullition les 2 premiers ingrédients, y ajouter votre préparation de la boisson fouettée, faire chauffer, à feu modéré, tout en mélangeant pendant 2 minutes. Y ajouter le sirop d’érable et les noix de Grenoble . Déguster.

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  19. Steve Munch
    Steve Munch says:

    My wife and I share this drink every morning before heading to work.
    2 cups of spinach or kale
    1 cup of frozen mixed fruit (strawberry, peach, mango and pineapple)
    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup blueberries
    2 Tbsp. All Natural peanut butter
    2 tsp. flax seed
    2 scoops of Nutrimeal
    1 1/2 cups of Water
    A complete meal to start the day

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  20. Michelle Haider
    Michelle Haider says:

    Guilt free Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies
    These are Gluten, and Dairy free!

    2 scoops Vanilla Usana Nutrimeal
    1 1/2c Almond Flour or Coconut Flour
    1 ½ tsp Xantham Gum
    1 tsp baking soda
    ½ tsp fine sea salt
    1 10 oz bag of gluten, dairy and soy free chocolate chips
    1/2c sugar
    1c light brown sugar
    3c Bobs red mill steel cut thick old fashioned oats
    2 sticks of Vegan butter, softened
    2 Large eggs, slightly beaten
    1 tsp vanilla

    Preheat oven to 350’. In a large bowl, combine all dry ingredients together. Make sure to mix well. Do not add chocolate chips yet. IN a separate bowl, combine together, the butter, eggs and vanilla. Stir to combine. Combine the two mixtures of wet and dry together. Mix well until all ingredients are together. The dough will be stiff. Add chocolate chips now. Mix well
    Drop 1 TBSP cookie dough on to a baking sheet. Bake for 10 minutes, or until lightly golden brown on the edges. The middle will not look like they are done. Let cool on baking sheet for 3-4 minutes, then move to cooling rack until completely cooled.

    Makes approximately 5 dozen 1 ½” cookies.

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  21. V Hayes
    V Hayes says:

    I make my morning shake with 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 banana, 1 handful of fresh spinach, 1-2 scoops of cappuccino nutrimeal. Enjoy. This is my special pick me up for those hard days.

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  22. Laura Jones
    Laura Jones says:

    5 oz orange juice
    5 oz carrot juice
    2-3 scoops Vanilla or Strawberry Nutrimeal
    1 c frozen mixed berriers
    (fibery, probiotic, etc. are optional)
    Blend well (may add ice and/or water to get the consistency you desire)

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  23. Kevin Varey
    Kevin Varey says:

    My “Nutritious And Delicious Good Morning Shake”

    This is my Big Breakfast:

    In the blender add in order:
    *6-8 ice cubes
    *1 scoop of Fibergy
    *3 scoops of Dutch Chocolate Nutrimeal
    *1 Medium-Ripe Banana
    *1 Apple (I prefer a Gala)
    *16 oz. Water
    Blend until smooth! Oh, so Good!

    Nutritious and Delicious
    Kevin Varey
    Nanoose Bay, B.C.
    Canada

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  24. fan chun yan
    fan chun yan says:

    in the morning , first,a cup of water , a spoon of fibergy 3 a spoon vanailla nutrimeal .4 an apple or an pear 5 a piece of roughage bread , 6 a cup of soybean drink

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  25. Kathy Gorski
    Kathy Gorski says:

    Who does not like chocolate covered cherries?
    This is for all the chocolate lover out there.
    3 scoops of Dutch Chocolate Nutrimeal
    8 oz. Almond Milk
    7or8 Frozen Dark Sweet Cherries
    6 to 8 ice cubes
    Blend until smooth. mmmm chocolate
    Kathy Gorski
    Greenfield, Wi.

    Reply
  26. Susan Mindorff
    Susan Mindorff says:

    I the morning for breakfast i mix
    3 scoops of either the Chocolate or Vanilla Nutrimeal
    320 ml cold water
    1 whole banana
    1/2 cup of frozen mixed berries
    100 ml (single serving size) yogurt (any flavour)
    I first blend the Nutrimeal and water together in blender. Then add the rest and blend tell smooth.

    Reply

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