|Amount||Volume||Ingredient||$ / day||Source|
|91||g||Whey Protein Isolate (Nutrabio flavored whey)||$3.17||NutraBio|
|14||g||GNC Mega Men® Sport||$0.60||GNC|
|9||g||Psyllium Husk Powder||$0.11||Amazon (S)|
|4.7||g||Sea Salt||$0.03||Amazon (S)|
|236.6||ml||1||cup||Heavy Cream (1 cup)||$0.97||Walmart|
|5||ml||Cod Liver Oil (Garden of Life - Lemon Mint)||$0.29||Amazon|
|2||portion||Thorne Vitamin D/K2||$0.04||Amazon|
|150||g||3||piece||Egg, whole, raw, fresh||$0.50||Walmart|
Total Daily Cost:
|$7.07||Add Ingredients |
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The powders are premixed from my Keto 9.3 recipe.
Beat the eggs and combine all wet ingredients, no water needed. Slowly add in a full days worth of Keto 9.3 powder, it will make a thick batter consistency. The recipe is pretty tasty at this point, so you may just want to stop and enjoy some pudding. :)
I've been baking in a single 4 part silicon pan, but my initial experiment used a couple large coffee mugs, you'd likely need 4-8 mugs, depending on their size. The recipe expands quite a bit while cooking, so be sure to leave lots of headroom in your dish, it shrinks back after cooking. I don't recommend using a single large dish, past experiments with different recipes have shown that it's very difficult to cook throughout when using a large dish, smaller vessels work much better for my soylent baking.
I'm still experimenting, but have been cooking in the microwave on high for about 4 minutes total, I've stoped the cook briefly at about the two minute mark, and a couple times after, it seems to cook better. The bread is done when a toothpick comes out dry, a few crumbs are OK, just no wet batter. Cooking on medium may be better, with a bit more time, but no stopping, I'll be trying that soon.