|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|69||g||Oat Flour Honeyville Farms||$0.19||Honeyville|
|1||pill||Kirkland Signature Daily Multivitamin||$0.03||Amazon|
|100||ml||Canola Oil||$0.17||Local, 5qt (Costco)|
|0.03||g||0.01||tsp||Vanilla (equiv to 1 tbsp of liquid extract) imitation||$0.01||Amazon|
|1.8||g||⅜||tsp||Xanthan gum (see notes on amount)||$0.05||Amazon|
|88||g||Whey 80% protein concentrate||$1.29||Bulk Foods|
|0.5||pill||Calcium and vitamin D||$0.02||Amazon|
|120||ml||Cream, fluid, heavy whipping||$0.58||Local|
|12||g||1||tbsp||Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa||$0.18||Amazon|
|0.125||g||Aspartame sweetener pure||$0.01||Amazon|
|15||g||Methylcellulose dietary fiber||$0.78||Amazon|
Total Daily Cost:
|$3.56||Add Ingredients |
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After years of creating and using DIY soylent (see Bret's Soylent) I made this keto version for a friend who was using a commercial keto powder which cost $20 for 4 meals. This recipe is less than $4 for 4 meals, 500 kcal each.
Most people don't need 2000 cal per day. My friend uses it for one meal (500 kcal) a day, so the saturated fats for her is only 9g/day, which is healthy enough. If you want to use this recipe for all of your calories, then I would reduce the cream to 60 ml, and increase the canola oil to 120 ml. Canola is a very healthy oil. See my other soylent recipes for my notes on oils.
Whey protein is complete.
You can leave out either the vanilla flavor or the cocoa. With the vanilla alone it is a nice milky flavor.
I'm experimenting with this through June 2020, so check back to see changes.