18 Fruity and Flavorful Menu Items from NutrisystemArticle posted in: Nutrisystem
Mmmm, fruit. Nature’s own sweet dessert. You can enjoy the fresh flavor of fruit in a wide variety of Nutrisystem foods. From breakfasts and lunches to dinners and snacks, we have plenty of tasty, fruity favorites that fit perfectly into your weight loss plan. Stock up your pantry and freezer with these 18 delicious menu items that are filled with fruity flavor.
Strawberries are the lure to help you get a couple of other superfoods—broccoli and spinach—at breakfast to give you a great start to the day. You also get a hefty helping of protein (12 grams) to get you through until lunch.
Real cherries and toasted almonds are a perfect pair—sweet and salty and chockfull of fiber (eight grams) for a filling and fruity breakfast. Plus, it’s only 180 calories!
Cranberries and raisins join with peanuts and almonds in this 160-calorie breakfast bar that’s reminiscent of trail mix—a classic energy booster invented for hikers. A good source of protein (seven grams), it not only makes a great breakfast but will cure a mid-afternoon slump.
Wild blueberries stud these golden breakfast muffins that taste as good as dessert. Imagine enjoying them with a cup of green tea or coffee. At only 150 calories, these diet-friendly muffins contain six grams of fiber and seven grams of protein.
Danish on a diet? Oh yes. Real diced cherries and real cream cheese in a warm, soft-baked bun is just the way to start the day. There are four grams of fiber in each 160-calorie roll—a fabulous and fruity favorite.
Tart cranberries set off the sweetness of orange in a 150-calorie muffin that is chockfull of fiber (six grams) and protein (six grams). It’s perfect for your morning coffee break or a filling breakfast on the way out the door.
This white chocolate-coated breakfast or snack bar contains real apples, not just apple flavor. Spiced with cinnamon, it clocks in at only 160 calories with three grams of fiber and seven grams of protein.
Creamy oatmeal is combined with real apples, toasted walnuts and cinnamon for a breakfast that satisfies like no other. It’s only 150 calories with five grams of fiber and five grams of protein.
The 10 grams of protein and six grams of fiber in this creamy, crunchy 170-calorie bar make it a perfect hunger-curbing lunch on the go (or enjoyed with a leisurely cup of coffee or iced tea). It has strawberry flavor throughout, including the surprising ribbon of jam inside!
Mango in a tasty salsa adds a touch of sweetness to this tangy vegetarian lunch dish layered with quinoa, lentils and Mexican-style vegetables (corn, peppers and black beans). Only 190 calories, it has a whopping nine of protein and six grams of fiber which means you’ll stay full for hours.
Apricots contribute to the sweet and tangy glaze that covers this Asian style chicken stir-fry entrée. It features a few of our favorite veggies: sugar snap peas and carrots over cauliflower rice. Its 16 grams of protein guarantee that it’s filling. There’s also four grams of fiber in this 240-calorie dinner.
Is there anything as refreshing as lemon? You get plenty of lemon flavor in this delectable little cake which contains four grams of fiber and five grams of protein. Best of all, it’s only 140 calories.
You’ll relive your childhood summer with one bite of this creamy, orange-y dessert ice cream bar. You’ll be shocked to learn that it only contains 90 calories while also being a good source of protein (five grams) AND fiber (three grams).
No prep necessary for this unwrap-and-eat lemon cookie. What a treat, at only 140 calories with four grams fiber. Pour yourself a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy this citrus cookie as a sweet snack or after-dinner dessert.
Studded with plump sweet raisins, this is a moist, soft cookie just the way you like it. Enjoy without guilt too: It’s only 140 calories with four grams of fiber.
Almonds, walnuts, peanuts and raisins come together in perfect harmony in this 180-calorie snack bar. It packs five grams of fiber and eight grams of protein into one sweet and salty treat.
There’s fruity, strawberry flavor throughout these sweet little cupcakes that supply three grams of fiber. They’re filled with whipped cream but at only 130 calories, you wouldn’t be remiss in adding a few sliced strawberries to this perfect after-dinner dessert.
If you love the combo of coconut, almond and chocolate, you’ll love this slimmed down version of one of your favorite candies. It only delivers 150 calories as well as five grams of fiber and seven grams of protein.