10 Cookies That Taste Like Cheating

Article posted in: FreshStart

An effective weight loss program is not all about deprivation. Sure, you need to choose healthy foods for your meals and snacks, but you also deserve a treat from time to time. Your Nutrisystem plan helps you to both eat well and allows you to enjoy the kinds of goodies you love in portions that keep you on track to your goal. With a dozen tempting varieties of cookies to choose from, Nutrisystem makes it easy for you to satisfy your cravings. Better yet, each type of cookie has subtle, but meaningful improvements that bump up the nutrition over the standard grocery store brands. And you don’t have to take our word for how good these cookies taste—you can check out what other Nutrisystem customers are saying about them.

Check out 10 delicious cookies that will taste like you’re cheating:


Chocolate Chip Cookies

Our version of everybody’s favorite cookie is crunchy and loaded with chocolaty morsels. But these have just eight grams of sugar in the whole pack.

Debbie C says: “I love these! They have the perfect crunch, delicious chocolate chips, and they are very satisfying. [My] hunger disappears after eating a pack of these!”


white chocolate chunk cookies

Sweet and creamy white chocolate bits, complemented by rich hazelnuts, give these cookies an exceptionally indulgent flavor. Yet you get only 150 calories from the entire bag.

Nana D says: “I am new to Nutrisystem and these were the first cookies I have tried. I was pleasantly surprised. They had a very good vanilla flavor and I was surprised how many were in the bag. I reluctantly shared one with my husband and he liked it, too!”



Walnut Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies go to the next level when you add crunchy, rich-flavored walnuts. Made with real butter, eggs and brown sugar, these cookies taste home-baked, but they come with just 150 calories.

Sharon H says: “Tasty crunchy cookies…they kind of taste like the [top store brand variety], except they are a lot better for you!”



These moist, chewy treats loaded with plump raisins will remind you of the cookies you ate as a child. Made with real rolled oats, they fill you up with four grams of fiber and five grams of protein.

Audrey R says: “I love that I can smell the brown sugar when I eat this cookie. It is so soft and wonderfully delicious. Definitely one of my favorites.”


toffee crunch cookies

Back by popular demand, these crispy treats won over so many cookie lovers when they were a temporary offer that they’re now available all the time. That’s probably because of their rich buttery flavor, though you also have to love that there are just five grams of fat in the pack.

Sandra says: “These are crunchy and have a bit of a buttery flavor. I’m definitely ordering a couple next time and the time after that and the time after that! :b Highly recommend!”

snickerdoodle cookie

The cinnamon in these soft-baked cookies lights up your taste buds with its sweet and spicy flavor. They’re a perfect choice for diabetics, vegetarians or anyone craving a classic cookie.

Vicki N says: “Very soft and love the cinnamon. Makes a great after dinner dessert.”

Peanut Butter Cookie

Peanut butter is a happy food for so many people. If you’re one of them, you won’t believe how much peanut flavor you get in these chewy cookies. Plus, there are five grams of healthy protein in the pack, so you stay full long after eating them.

Robert B says: “Oh! My! Gosh! This was as good a peanut butter cookie as I’ve had since becoming a diabetic! It’s a good thing these aren’t packaged like regular cookies or my diet would be blown in a midday snack! The peanut flavor was excellent and the texture was great. Not too crumbly and not too chewy.”

Vanilla Shortbread Cookies

The lightly sweet taste of vanilla and butter in these crisp cookies is the perfect complement to a cup of coffee or tea. With 20 percent of your fiber RDA, they’re filling, too.

Peggy G says: “Really surprised I liked these cookies as much as I did because I’m usually a chocolate lover. They were crunchy with a nice flavor.”

oatmeal chocolate chunk

We took two cookie favorites and put them together to make one delicious treat. The oatmeal makes them soft and chewy, the chocolate morsels bring the sweetness you love.

John J says: “I love this cookie. I eat one at work every night. Soft. Chewy. Flavorful. Full of whole grain oatmeal and chocolate chunks. Yummy. I give it five stars.”

fudge brownie

Although not technically a cookie, we would be remiss if we didn’t bring this tasty treat into the mix. These extra chocolate-y treats are so rich and dense, you won’t believe they have only 150 calories and one gram of saturated fat. Even better, these brownies are ready to enjoy whenever you’re ready—no baking required.

Shaula A says: “So good my kids beg for them and try to steal them!”