What do you mix Huel with?

Can you post recipe and review?

Now that’s no fair lol, those look delicious :yum:

OMG tell me how to make this!!

Ok, they’re just the biscuits (made larger - they spread out in the oven) from here:

They lasted about a week, they were really delicious :yum:

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I haven’t tried the vanilla Huel yet, I went with the chocolate and berry, this time coming up I’m going with the vanilla and making that :heart_eyes:

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Peanut butter flavdrops are my current favourite thing.

Beyond that cacao powder, cocoa powder and Aldi frozen fruit smoothie packs.

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I have a few favourites:

2 scoops Vanilla
300ml water
200ml Alpro unsweetened almond milk
80g frozen blueberries

Or

2 scoops Vanilla
300ml water
200ml Alpro unsweetened almond milk
80g frozen sweet pitted cherries
1tsp chocolate flavour

Or

2 scoops Vanilla
300ml water
200ml Alpro unsweetened almond milk
35g sultanas
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp nutmeg
1 tbsp almond butter

The last one tastes like mince pies :grin:

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Wow I need to up my flavouring game

I’m extremely boring. I tend to just stick to the standard premix flavours. I’ll have one for several months then when I get bored, I’ll change to another premix. In fact, in the 3 or so years that I’ve been consuming huel, the biggest and best change for me was discovering that doing 50/50 uu with premix flavours works perfectly. I’m gutted I never tried this sooner aha.

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Hats off to you for effort here. I, once a day, shove water and premix (50/50 UU with various blends of
premix flavours) into a blender, zap it, pour into my 3 non Huel branded stainless steel shakers and bung it in the fridge until required. That is repeated once a day. Sometimes that is too much effort. Especially washing the blender.

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Please note that I’m not lazy when it comes to meal prep, the dog and the horses eat so well it would make Jamie Oliver weep.

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100g UU
20g Original
2 tsps Cacao flavour boost
2 heaped tsps raw cacao powder
20 frozen sweet dark cherries (I add them whole and don’t blend)
600ml water

Where do you get your cherries from? I noticed some in Lidl the other day and I couldn’t see any mention of whether they’d been stoned or not…

@Africorn I get mine from Waitrose (Ocado online) - they are really good - dark and sweet. They are frequently on offer.

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If anyone wants £20 off a £60 shop at Ocado I can send a referal code.
They can be expensive for some things but the offers are good. As are the frozen cherries :laughing:
Oh and the Picard frozen mango slices - they are divine

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@Africorn Not stoned, pitted :wink:

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I got some from Asda. I have to be careful with cherries though, they are high fodmap (fructose).

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I get mine from Tesco. They frequently have 3 for 2 offers on bags of frozen fruit so I usually stock up the freezer with frozen sweet pitted cherries and bags of frozen blueberries.
I use an 80g serving each time so each bag is 5 or 6 servings.

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I live in Glastonbury…all the cherries are stoned; oh sorry I thought you said hippies…I was too stoned to read. Happy 420 day for last week.

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@DunsfordMage :+1::slightly_smiling_face:

And thank you everyone else for suggestions. I’d probably prefer sour to sweet cherries. It sounds like a good thing to do with cacao in any event.