New to this whole process and was wondering the nutritional values of the granola compared to the “standard “ or recommend amount of powder?
If we take the recommended amojunt to be 500kcal (125g of Huel Powder):
- Granola is 216kcal per serving (60g). So, 60*500/216= 138.8g of Granola are 500kcal or a "standard serving.
If we say that the standard serving is 400kcal (100g of Huel Powder):
- Then, 60*400/216= 111.1g of Granola are required
How do the two compare? All in grams
Check your per 400kcal Granola figures, the sugar and fibre can’t be less than your per 100g amounts
Well spotted. I had the referrence wrong in the sheet. I have changed the picture accordingly. I was surprise about the differences not being bigger. I guess I should’ve double checked.
Hello James, how many scoops is 60 gr of granola?
Great, that looks correct now.
And with the new scoop?