I made a list with the many Huel Recipes I could found in this forum, the ones on the Huel blog (and PDF version) and added some of my own. I have tried to credit accordingly, but I may have missed someone, please let me know.
The list is name ultimate somehow ironically since it is not finished (and will never be) and there are many things that can be improved. Things such as ratings, pictures or more recipes.
Also, I would like to think about the list like an open list. Open to new inputs (recipes pictures) or feedback about the format. What does the Hueler considered important, what is not so important. I hope I can build upon this list and add some extras (like Huel Cheesecake) in the future.
Anyhow without further delay:
Comment: If something I’ve learnt doing this compilation is that there are unlimited amounts to use huel, from the most simple hack, to boosting your vegetable soup to baking with it.
Not working for me right now on Safari with ghostery and adblock on - the ‘+’ don’t expand down when clicked. It was fine on an amazon tablet earlier. So most likely a problem my end, will check and confirm back.
When I looked earlier though, it looked like a really good resource and a load of effort on your part - thanks a lot for sharing it. I’ll definitely be using some of the ideas on there.
One bit of feedback is that seemed that maybe there was some mixing up of teaspoon/tsp and tablespoon/tbsp? Could be worth a check.
I think you might be right with the tsp/tbsp issue. I will look back in the original recipes and see if that is the case.
Thank you! Glad that it will be useful for someone at least! I have already been using some of the ideas I collected, and they have definitely opened my mind. I am pretty sure I can make a Huel Cheesecake now.
Mmm. That is interesting. I used the accordions (the -/+ feature) because it was making the article very long and I wanted to make it easier to see it at a glance. I was even thinking on doing that in the recipes. I guess it is good I didn’t.
Of course I will add them.Those two recipes look great. Can I use the images, too? Interesting to see that you use Huel Black for the power balls. Any particular reason for this or is just the Huel you have? Have you tried them with normal Huel?
I will have to make some at some point, but I’m out of Huel now!
I’m new to Huel and am finding it quite hard to get down! This post has helped enormously, I’ve been to the supermarket and stocked up on items suggested on this thread to hopefully make it more palatable for me, so thank you for taking the time to put this together
Most recipes are for Huel Powder. Some of them can work with Huel Black, such as:
100g of Chocolate Huel.
1 tsp of salt.
1-2 tsp of cinnamon (to your liking).
1tsp of cayenne pepper.
100g Vanilla Huel.
1 full tablespoon of publix natural peanut butter (or your preferred peanut butter brand).
2 big tablespoons of plain applesauce.
1 tsb of cardamon pods.
1 tsb of allspice.
2 tsb of cinnamon.
½ tsb of cloves.
1tsb of ground ginger.
2 scoops of Huel
Coconut oil (1tsp or less).
400ml coconut milk.
2 scoops Huel Vanilla.
Or the standard Add 1 scp of peanut butter and 1 ripped banana (touch of cinnamon Optional). Consume with almond milk or water or (50/50). This is one of my favourite recipes for the Original and works well with HB.
A lot of the recipes them will work with both, but it will depend on:
What’s your flavour preference? E.g. Do you like adding forest fruits, peanut butter, cinnamon, spices…
What are you trying to change about Huel Black?
How much do you care about changing the macros? When you add ingredients you need to be careful with how many extra calories, fat, carbs, protein you are adding.
Easiest tricks in the book are:
Add milk or plant-based milk
Spices (cinnamon, tumeric, vanilla etc.)
PB, Honey, Cacao powder, coconut, coffee
Fruits (banana, red berries, mango, kiwi) - anything that you would put in the smoothie
If people are using cinnamon regularly can you please make sure you are using Ceylon Cinnamon. Most supermarket stuff is Cassia Cinnamon because it’s cheaper but it has been linked with some nasty side effects in regular quantities especially for those suffering diabetes or taking tablets for liver related problems.
I get a Ceylon Cinnamon powder from Amazon for not much money but it contains far less quantities of Coumarin (which is the main potentially dangerous compound of Cassia Cinnamon.)
This is just an uneducated comment but I’ve seen enough studies involving real life incidents to be cautious.