Which are your "no go" and favourite flavours/products?


I want to try a new flavour, but don’t know which one, so I thought it would be interesting to start such a poll. Maybe I need to add that - possibly due to Asperger syndrome - I have ARFID, which does not make it easier.

Thanks for your opinions!

My top 3:

  1. 1 scoop BE banana + 1 scoop BE strawberry and cream
  2. Double espresso + 2 scoops of vanilla v3.0
  3. A pinch of salt + 2 scoops of salted caramel v3.0
  4. (bonus) 2 scoops original + 2 tbsp peanut butter powder

My favourite is Original.
It’d be great to have ‘Original Essential’ :wink:


Original with cacao powder :ok_hand:

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Surprised these are all powder answers - the Mac and Cheese H&S has done away with me ever wanting powder again.

My top three products/flavours:

  1. Mac and Cheese H&S
  2. Chocolate Bars (with the proviso that they’re left on top of the radiator for at least 30 minutes before eating, or microwaved for 15 seconds if I’m at work)
  3. Pasta Bolognese H&S

Favourite powder flavours are a tie between Cinnamon Swirl and Berry, closely followed by Banana (all regular version, never tried Black Edition).

My bottom three:

  1. Sweet & Sour H&S (didn’t like the texture or the taste)
  2. All the protein bars (bitter aftertaste for me)
  3. Unflavoured Huel (tastes of nothing :wink:)

(and for the old timers, the Granola and the Christmas Pudding powder were particular disappointments for me!)

Combine 1 and 3 of H&S, and you’ll get the best thing you’ve ever tried! :slight_smile:
Bolognese Mac & Cheese :cook:t3:

I actually liked the Christmas pudding flavour but granola was a bit rubbish. I rarely eat cereal though.

It seems that H&S is very popular. I have never tried it though, just as the bars, due to severe, end stage temporomadibular joint dysfunction and extremely pain sensitive teeth. But maybe as a present for someone else.
These products are offered by almost all other complete food brands, though.
What seems unique is black edition; no grain, so soy. And that an unflavoured powder is offered. There are almost no brands that have something like that, the standard is just a lot of excessively sweet flavours as it seems…
What I personally find a bad feature, are the small colored particles in Huel.Of course these are micronutrients like lycopene, but with ARFID this really can be a huge problem. But I understand that “neurotypical”, “normal” users don’t share this opinion, quite the contrary.

It’s interesting how different individual preferences are.

This is the only way I’ve been eating these since you suggested it, btw :heart_eyes:

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So annoyed I’ve only just seen this suggestion, wonder if it would be as good with the new mac&cheeze recipe :thinking: