I’ve been experimenting myself with flavours too.
Just to give some context, as I’m trying to loose fat I do 2 scoops per meal, 4 or 5 times a day (depends on if I did sports or not). I bought the unflavoured and unsweetened option, and for breakfast is just perfect, as I find it a bit sweet (I’m more into savoury stuff).
For the rest of meals I wanted to get a different taste, so for a couple of my meals, I tried cooking with it. What I did was, for 2 scoops, adding a bit of water, 1 egg and 1 white of another egg, some soda powder, half a vegetable stock cube, mixed herbs and rosemary. All in the oven (200 degrees) until cooked and I loved it!! Reminded me of that focaccia taste I love. As you can guess, I’m a sucker for bread!
I’ll probably make it next time without the egg, as I don’t need extra protein. Anyone has experienced with savoury stuff? I’m surprised how everyone seems to be prefering adding sweet flavours to Huel.
So I’ve just gotten home and decided to flavour some Huel for the first time.
Looking in my cupboards I found some Peanut Hottie, a chocolate and peanut “hot chocolate” powder.
It’s better in Huel than as a hot drink (hence why it was sat in my cupboard), think liquid Reese’s cups.
I used about 350ml water, 2 scoops of vanilla Huel and 1 teaspoon (about 85Cal).
I’ve added a shot of espresso from my coffee machine into 500ml water, 3 x Huel vanilla scoops, 1 x banana and some ice. It’s my breakfast of choice and is yummy. I do cool the coffee first in the fridge / freezer if I’m organised. And do use a blender. Hope this helps.