20 Nutrisystem Menu Choices That Taste Like FallArticle posted in: Nutrisystem
There’s something about the first chilly morning in autumn that makes you crave the flavors of fall. But don’t just limit yourself to pumpkin spice! Tasty fall foods can feature the flavors of seasonal fruit, hearty breakfasts, belly-filling soups and even desserts that take you back to sweater weather and childhood. Snickerdoodles anyone?
Fortunately, you can feed your autumn cravings and still lose weight by ordering seasonal fall foods from the Nutrisystem menu. They have everything you could possibly need to bring you the comfort that only cool-weather foods can.
Stock up on these tasty breakfast foods for fall:
The scent of baking cinnamon rolls is irresistible. If you order this sweet treat at the mall, you could be looking at as much as 800 calories per roll. However, the Nutrisystem Cinnamon Roll, swirled with cinnamon and topped with a sweet cream cheese glaze, smells and tastes just as delectable for just 180 calories. It has only 4.5 grams of fat, a whopping five grams of fiber and seven grams of protein.
For fans of tart and sweet, there’s nothing like the orange-cranberry combo. These muffins just taste like fall and contain six grams of protein and six grams of fiber. They are sure to keep you feeling full until lunchtime! Infuse your morning with the bright flavors of berries and citrus for just 150 calories.
That’s not just apple flavor you’re tasting in this delicious breakfast bar: those are real apples! Covered in a creamy white chocolate coating, these cinnamon-spiced bars provide all the fall feels. They sound decadent, but they’re only 160 calories with three grams of filling fiber and seven grams of protein.
Remember as a kid waking up on a crisp fall morning to a big, steaming bowl of oatmeal? It was a great start to your day and it still is. Nutrisystem adds real apples and walnuts to satisfy those autumn cravings. One bowl is only 150 calories and contains five grams of filling protein to keep you motoring until lunchtime.
Imagine having a pastry for breakfast and not feeling a smidge of guilt. With only 180 calories plus five grams of fiber and five grams of protein, this not-so-sinful cinnamony, sweet muffin tastes like the best coffee cake.
If you know this is waiting for you, you won’t need an alarm clock to lure you out of bed. There is nothing more satisfying than creamy oatmeal sweetened with maple and brown sugar. It’s microwaveable, only 150 calories and provides the fall flavors we know you’re craving.
No time to microwave something in the morning? With this grab-and-go breakfast bar, you can have a satisfying breakfast even if you’re eating it in the car or on the train. It’s like trail mix in bar-shape: loads of peanuts, almonds, cranberries, raisins and crispy rice. Fall harvest has never been so delicious!
Warm up with these hearty fall foods at lunchtime:
It’s officially soup season! Celebrate with a classic that’s smart, satisfying and super delicious. Flavorful and comforting chicken broth is full of thick, curly noodles, plus chunks of celery and carrots. Our Chicken Noodle Soup is only 120 calories per bowl and tastes just like mom used to make.
When the fall weather starts to get cold, turn to soup. Fans of savory and the indescribable taste of umami—the fifth flavor—will love this creamy cheesy soup (that’s real cream, butter and Parmesan) infused with hearty mushrooms. It’s only 210 calories with 18 grams of protein that will fill you up. Best of all—it’s ready to go, no refrigeration necessary. Keep one in your desk drawer at work for whenever you need an easy meal in a snap!
The first taste will tell you—it’s chicken pot pie but without the crust. You won’t miss the calorie-laden part of this homestyle favorite because the chicken is nestled into a creamy, savory broth with large egg noodles, chunks of carrots, peas and celery. Enjoy it for just 120 calories per delicious serving!
Perfect for a meatless Monday, this is a generous helping of protein-rich beans and veggies that’s stewed in a rich chili sauce. While it tastes like it has been simmering for hours, this fall classic cooks up quickly in the microwave. At only 220 calories, you’ll be surprised how well this veggie-only chili keeps you satisfied.
Tell the truth: You can almost taste it. The rich, smoky flavor of beans and ham soup is—or should be—a staple of the fall months. It can make you feel warm just thinking about it. A generous serving is only 210 calories and contains 13 grams of protein and six grams of fiber.
Ready for dinner? Check out these Nutrisystem food choices for fall:
Slow-roasted turkey and creamy mashed potatoes are smothered in a rich, savory turkey gravy—this is an ideal seasonal fall dinner. Just add a veggie and you have a practice Thanksgiving dinner for only 260 calories and 21 grams of protein.
A crispy, buttery crust tops this real chicken pot pie, featuring chunks of chicken breast, potatoes, carrots and peas in a seasoned gravy. It has 12 grams of protein and only 250 calories. Plus, it’s microwaveable so you’ll have your dose of fall comfort food in jif.
This famous Italian soup is another great way to celebrate soup season at dinnertime. That’s because it’s full of hearty beans, pasta, veggies and broth. Slurp on this satisfying soup that contains 220 calories, nine grams of fiber and 14 grams of protein.
Tender chunks of stewed beef, potatoes, carrots and peas make up a dish that can warm you up on a brisk fall night. Even though it tastes like it, you won’t have to simmer it all day. This filling meal is amazingly only 150 calories and has 13 grams of satisfying fiber.
Curl up on the couch for football with a bowl of this delicious traditional chili with beef and beans. It’s nicely seasoned and very filling. Plus, it’s a diet-friendly option that contains 250 calories, 14 grams of protein and five grams of fiber
Looking for more foods for fall? Fill up your menu with these sweet snacks and desserts:
While you can’t count it as a vegetable, you can rely on this mini carrot spice cake to satisfy your sweet tooth either as a snack or at the end of a meal. It has a sweet cream cheese glaze, five grams of protein and three grams of fiber.
It may have a weird name but this sugary cinnamon-spiced cookie is a popular fall treat. You might be worried about sticking to your weight loss diet during baking season. However, you can rest assured knowing that you have this seasonal baked good to fall back on! Our soft-baked Snickerdoodle Cookie contains 130 calories, five grams of protein and four grams of fiber.
You might want a glass of skim milk to go along with this oatmeal cookie filled with plump raisins. It makes a great afternoon snack or dessert. With four grams of fiber, five grams of protein and just 140 calories, it’s another great option to rely on during fall baking season.