Brent's Chocolate Milk - Diabetic Friendly, No Artificial Sweetners Tasty!

Last updated April 9, 2016 Copy
AmountVolumeIngredientUSD / daySource
69gWhey Protein (Jarrow Formulas, Unflavored)USD1.41Amazon
42gCacao Powder (Healthworks Raw Certified Organic)USD0.88Amazon
17gPsyllium Husk PowderUSD0.21All Star
10gPotassium CitrateUSD0.27Amazon
5gSaltUSD0.00Sams Club
5gCal/Mag/D3 powder (Now Foods)USD0.13All Star
6gCholine L-BitartrateUSD0.19Amazon
2gCalcium PhosphateUSD0.05Freeda (also on Amazon)
3.5gStevia Powder (Mommy Knows Best)USD0.61Amazon
1.5gXanthan GumUSD0.06Amazon
6pillMSM (NOW Foods 1000mg caps)USD0.65Amazon
1pillMK-7 Vitamin K-2 (Now Foods, Caps)USD0.21Amazon
355mlcupsHalf and half (USDA Values)USD0.00
82gOil, canolaUSD0.00
7.5mlPure Vanilla Extract (Rodelle, no Corn Syrup)USD0.32Amazon
0.6mlPeppermint Extract (Flavorganics Organic)USD0.04Amazon
2pillNature Made Fish oilUSD0.00
1.537gKirkland Signature Daily Multi (ground up with a blender)USD0.03Amazon
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Revision 2: I wanted to add as much fiber and electrolytes as it can handle without tasting gross or being hard to drink / mix.

Increased Potassium Citrate from 3 Tbsp to 1/4 cup

Increased Salt from 2 Tbsp to 1/4 cup

Increased Psyllium Husk Powder from 1 Cup to 1Cup+2Tbsp

Increased Choline-L-Bitrate from 14 Grams to 42 Grams (3 Tbsp)

Increased the Stevia Powder from 2 Tbsp to 2 Tbsp + 1 tsp

Result:

It is a little salty, but not bad, I think I'll go somewhere in the middle of the two measurements next time I make a batch. (its starting to taste like keto chow)

The Psyllium Husk powder is more than I think I need. I think the original amount made a better texture overall.

I think the larger amount of potassium is better overall.

The extra stevia is an improvement. (be careful with this one, a little dab will do you)

Original Recipe:

I dont have a fancy scale, so I use the following measurements:

I make powder for 1 weeks worth. 21 shakes, 3 shakes per day. so, 7 times the amounts in the Recipe on the recipe tab.

21 scoops - Whey Protein powder (The scoop in the bucket)

3 Cups - Cacao powder (you can use normal cocoa powder if you want)

1 Cup - Psyllium Husk Powder

1/2 Cup - Green Superfood (this is optional, I dont count it toward any vitamin reqs)

3 Tablespoons - Potassium Citrate

3 Tablespoons - Cal/Mag/D3 Powder

2 Tablespoons - Salt (non-iodonized)

2 Tablespoons - Stevia powder

1 Tablespoon - Calcium Phosphate

1 Tablespoon - Choline L-Bitarate

1 Tablespoon - MSM Sulfur powder

2 Teaspoons - Xanthan Gum

7 capsuls - MK-7, K-2 ... just poor them out into it and toss the caps.

shake that all up inside an empty whey protien powder canister. (like the keto chow guy does in his video)

To make one shake...

fill a blender bottle up high enough to cover the shaky ball with water (or unsweetened almond milk)

scoop 2 scoops (total of half cup) of the above mixture (using the whey protein powder scoop) ... into the blender bottle with the water, and shake it up for a couple of minutes.

now, add the wet ingredients:

1/3 cup of Whole Cream (or as little as 1/4 cup if you think cream is bad for you)

2 Tablespoons MCT or Canola oil (or 1 of each) (or as little as 1 Tablespoon if you fear oil)

1/2 Teaspoon of Vanilla Extract (make sure you check the label, some extract has corn syrup in it)

2-4 drops of Peppermint extract (just enough to curb the bitterness of the chocolate and aftertaste of the stevia)

some water. (just enough to not-quite fill the 24 oz blender bottle)

1 spoonful of Chia seeds if you are into that sort of thing

Shake it all up, and leave it in the fridge overnight.

Dont forget to take your multivitamin and 2 fish oil or flax oil pills to get your omega 3s. and a garlic pill if you are into that.

enjoy.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
14% Carb, 16% Protein, 70% Fat
Calories1661
% Daily Values*
126%
Total Carbohydrate63g
120%
Dietary Fiber 30g
112%
Protein73g
138%
Total Fat138g
Saturated Fat39g
Monounsaturated Fat64g
Polyunsaturated Fat26g
550%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids9g
167%
Omega-6 Fatty Acids17g
Cholesterol306mg
Calcium
171%
Vitamin A
159%
Chloride
135%
Vitamin B6
164%
Chromium
100%
Vitamin B12
299%
Copper
281%
Vitamin C
106%
Iodine
100%
Vitamin D
104%
Iron
305%
Vitamin E
227%
Magnesium
188%
Vitamin K
158%
Manganese
170%
Thiamin
138%
Molybdenum
100%
Riboflavin
179%
Phosphorus
173%
Niacin
132%
Potassium
148%
Folate
131%
Selenium
123%
Pantothenic Acid
221%
Sodium
150%
Biotin
100%
Sulfur
120%
Choline
460%
Zinc
142%
 
* Percent Daily Values are based on "brent's 1600 calorie low carb, high fat profile". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: brent's 1600 calorie low carb, high fat profileChange

2 Reviews

2 years ago
Excellent overall taste
Higher than average energy level
Below average flatulence
Reviewer tried this recipe 2-5 times
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5 reviews
2 years ago
Excellent overall taste
Higher than average energy level
Below average flatulence
Reviewer tried this recipe 2-5 times
Reviewer is currently using this recipe

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