|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|1||pill||Kirkland Signature Daily Multivitamin||$0.03||Amazon|
|158||ml||Canola Oil||$0.27||Local, 5qt (Costco)|
|95||g||Whey 80% protein concentrate||$2.09||Bulk Foods|
|0.5||pill||Calcium and vitamin D||$0.02||Amazon|
|0.125||g||Aspartame sweetener pure||$0.01||Amazon|
|51||g||Oat Flour Honeyville Farms||$0.14||Honeyville|
|0.03||g||0.01||tsp||Vanilla (equiv to 1 tbsp of liquid extract) imitation||$0.01||Amazon|
|24||g||Psyllium Husk Powder (see notes)||$0.49||Amazon|
Total Daily Cost:
|$3.38||Add Ingredients |
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After years of creating and using DIY soylent (see Bret's Soylent) I made keto versions for a friend who was using a commercial keto powder which cost $20 for 4 meals. This recipe is less than $4 for 5 meals, 400 kcal each, and has the same macronutrients: 66% fat, 17% protein and 17% carbs by calories.
You can leave out the cocoa or the vanilla, but I would keep one of them.
My friend actually uses the same weight brown rice flour instead of oat flour, but I put oat in this public recipe because it has more fiber and I like the oat flour version better. But if you don't like oat flavor, try the brown rice flour, also available from Honeyville Farms if you buy in bulk.
I added the psyllium husk powder to get the fiber up. I (and my friend) haven't actually tried it, so I suggest you mix and try the recipe without it first, then add a fiber source like psyllium and see if it's edible. Let me know.
Most people don't need 2000 cal per day. My friend uses it for one meal (400 kcal) a day.
Whey protein is complete.