Gimme Choco! Tasty!

Last updated July 28, 2014 Copy
AmountIngredient$ / daySource
146gOrganic Blue (Purple) Corn Masa Flour$0.78Amazon
75gWhey Protein Isolate (Unflavored)$2.04Amazon (S)
40gBob's Red Mill Chia Seeds$0.59Amazon (S)
25gBRM Toasted Carob Powder$0.24Local
13gCoconut sugar$0.13Amazon (S)
12gBob's Red Mill Soy Lecithin Granules$0.27Amazon (S)
4gOrganic Ceylon Cinnamon Powder$0.25Amazon
4gIodized Sea Salt$0.03Amazon
3gNavitas Naturals Organic Raw Cacao$0.10Amazon (S)
3gPotassium Citrate$0.15Amazon
12mlExtra Virgin Olive Oil$0.15Amazon
8mlCoconut Oil$0.27Amazon
500mlFat-Free Milk$0.95Local
500mlFiltered Tap Water$0.00your faucet
10portionice cubes$0.00your freezer
2pillNew Chapter 40+ every man II multivitamin$0.68Amazon
2pillNature Made Krill Oil$0.87Amazon
1pillFiber Choice fiber supplement$0.11Amazon
1pillDouglas Labs Molybdenum (Glycinate)$0.07Amazon
1pillNow Foods Vitamin D-3 & K-2$0.04Amazon (S)
55mlOrange juice$0.11Local
20gRaisins$0.16Local
12gRaw Sunflower Seeds$0.07Amazon (S)
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(1762 calories, 50/25/25, for men)

This is the only soylent with its own theme song!

Note however that this recipe uses mostly carob powder, along with just a little bit of cocoa powder, because too much cocoa may be bad for you.

Preparation:

(The orange juice, raisins, sunflower seeds, and various pills are to be consumed separately, not mixed into the soylent.)

Combine the dry ingredients (items 1-10) into a 2-quart Takeya pitcher.

Add the olive oil, coconut oil, milk, and water.

Add four ice cubes.

Seal the pitcher, and shake until thoroughly mixed.

Let the mixture sit for 15 minutes, to give the Chia seeds time to absorb some water. (This releases their fiber content into the mix, and makes it thicker.)

Optional but recommended step: run it through a blender, this makes it really smooth.

Then, add the rest of the ice cubes.

Shake...

And enjoy!

(And don't forget to drink your OJ, eat your raisins and sunflower seeds, and take your pills. You should probably space these out through the day, instead of consuming them all at once.)

Notes:

1) The multivitamin is made specifically for men over 40. You can replace it with a different one if you prefer, but watch out for how it affects the recipe's overall dosages, especially the Niacin. Also, you may be able to eliminate the extra Molybdenum pill depending on which multivitamin you select. You could also split the Molybdenum pill in half, but I find it's not worth the trouble.

2) The carob powder is also available at Amazon, but I found it for a few dollars less at my local grocery store.

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
50% Carb, 25% Protein, 25% Fat
Calories1762
% Daily Values*
100%
Total Carbohydrate220g
104%
Dietary Fiber 35g
101%
Protein110g
103%
Total Fat50g
Saturated Fat13g
Monounsaturated Fat13g
Polyunsaturated Fat19g
221%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids8g
100%
Omega-6 Fatty Acids11g
Cholesterol34mg
Calcium
178%
Vitamin A
146%
Chloride
106%
Vitamin B6
649%
Chromium
190%
Vitamin B12
1602%
Copper
300%
Vitamin C
102%
Iodine
160%
Vitamin D
317%
Iron
106%
Vitamin E
145%
Magnesium
125%
Vitamin K
127%
Manganese
172%
Thiamin
568%
Molybdenum
630%
Riboflavin
402%
Phosphorus
233%
Niacin
183%
Potassium
101%
Folate
100%
Selenium
283%
Pantothenic Acid
462%
Sodium
139%
Biotin
667%
Sulfur
248%
Choline
115%
Zinc
213%
 
* Percent Daily Values are based on "mountainstream's male 19-50, 1748 calories, 50/25/25". You may use the Nutrient Calculator to personalise your own profile, then select it from the list on the Recipe Editor tab.
Nutrient Profile: mountainstream's male 19-50, 1748 calories, 50/25/25Change

1 Review

49 reviews
2 years ago
Excellent overall taste
Higher than average energy level
Below average flatulence
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Wow his recipe uses mostly carob powder, along with just a little bit of cocoa powder is really fantastic,and various pills are to be consumed separately, not mixed into the soylent.I am working for typhoid shot and thank you for this post as it was educational for me and I am sure from other people as well,keep up the good work.