Kosher Low-carb Baked soylent for Weight Loss Weight LossKosherTasty!

Last updated August 23, 2015 Copy
AmountIngredient$ / daySource
80gGolden Flax Seed$0.40Sam's Club
80gWhey protein isolate$1.99NutraBio
20gxylitol$0.22Amazon
5gMorton Salt Substitute (Potassium Chloride)$0.13Amazon
5gNOW Foods Calcium/magnesium 1000/500 mg$0.22Amazon
1.3gCholine bitartrate$0.06Amazon
2.5gBaking powder, aluminum-free$0.04Amazon
0gSpice Blend (Garlic and pepper, curry, etc)$0.00home
50mlCanola Oil$0.11Walmart
0.3gVanilla extract, imitation, alcohol$0.00
0.3gLemon juice, raw$0.00
1pillCentrum Multivitamin - Adults Under 50$0.06Amazon
100gOat Flour/Powder$0.52Amazon
0gBetterbody Foods Coconut Flour$0.00Sam's Club
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CHANGE LOG: v1.1 Time to reorder my oat flour. I was fiddling around with using soy in stead of oat flour to add protein content or to mix them 50/50 and reduce the whey protein by a bit to save money. Going all soy pushes this much closer to keto territory, and I have no clue what that will do to texture. Looking at Masa as well for carbs, but since I'm not interested in carb-loading this is probably a no-go. Ultimately decided to stick with oats for now - they seem to work well and are decently cheap.

CHANGE LOG: v1.0 Added Baking Powder. Added Lemon Juice (helps fix bitterness and Vitamin C content) Added Vanilla (helps fix bitterness) Removed MSM (to be in line with current trends, may have helped to fix bitterness too.)

With the simple addition of a little bit of baking powder, the chewy texture totally transformed into wonderful cakeyness! I seriously was about to eat my whole daily batch at 5 in the morning!

As a bit of a foodie, the idea of a soylent shake is a little off-putting. I need variety! But there's no reason this simple base can't be transmuted into culinary gold...

Use this as a base for other flavors - savory soylent, soylent bread (it DOES contain flour), soylent soup, etc. Cooking will help reduce the phytic acid content of the oat flour a little bit, but I'm not getting my hopes up.

Adding garlic and pepper and baking it ended up REALLY tasty! Since this is a low-carb recipe, it's a good idea to steer clear of sugary flavors and go for other spice mixes.

This can be made vegan (and still kosher) by replacing the Whey protein with an equal amount of Rice Protein. This adds an additional $0.50 a day in costs, but increases vitamin content and reduces/removes cholesterol.

Removal of the Flax will further cut carbs and costs (I already have it on hand). Used a slightly more expensive source of oat flour (in the future, will switch to cheaper per-meal 50 lb. bag).

Current spice mods (all mixed with water and baked @ 375 F, oil is optional if you're looking to cut more calories): Things to keep in mind: Soylent can also be baked in the microwave in a pyrex dish. Typically it takes three minutes. This leaves the interior moister and possibly slightly undercooked. The bigger the baking pan, the thinner the soylent. Baking a thin layer of soylent may result in a chewier, drier product. If you're looking for something with a souffle consistency, go for a smaller container (and a decent amount of liquid).

fettuccine alfredo = Garlic + pepper (be careful on how much garlic you add...)

mocha brownie = 2 parts mix + 1 part sugar/splenda + instant coffee + cacao + cinnamon (this is REALLY tasty)

Indian blend = basil + curry powder + sesame

pesto blend = italian seasoning + oregano + chia seeds + red pepper

Soylent Cheesecake = 2:1 ratio soylent/sweetener + vanilla + cinnamon + milk

Amaretto + soylent (careful, this is still alcoholic!)

Soylent pizza = Italian seasoning + garlic + diced tomatoes + parmesan (this was also fantastic!)

Salsa Soylent = (Exactly like it sounds.)

Barbeque Soylent (the sauce will add sugars, but it's balanced by a low carb recipe to begin with)

Teriyaki Soylent = soy sauce (adds sodium, which is lacking from the recipe) + ginger + sesame + white pepper + sweetener

French Onion Soylent = onion soup mix reconstituted + bits of feta cheese on top

Cheese Louise = Louisiana spice blend (pepper, dill, garlic, parsley, onion, bay leaf, oregano, hot peppers) + milk

Cranberry Bake = soaked craisins + cinnamon + sweetener + milk

Upcoming recipes:

Hoppy and hearty = cloves + nutmeg + stout beer

Soylent Mole = cocoa powder + garlic + chili powder + cinnamon + allspice

Soylent Chesapeake = Old Bay (+ malt vinegar?)

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Day
27% Carb, 24% Protein, 49% Fat
Calories1637
% Daily Values*
111%
Total Carbohydrate113g
135%
Dietary Fiber 28g
99%
Protein100g
103%
Total Fat93g
Saturated Fat6g
Monounsaturated Fat32g
Polyunsaturated Fat18g
1331%
Omega-3 Fatty Acids21g
114%
Omega-6 Fatty Acids19g
Cholesterol28mg
Calcium
131%
Vitamin A
117%
Chloride
114%
Vitamin B6
162%
Chromium
100%
Vitamin B12
250%
Copper
100%
Vitamin C
67%
Iodine
100%
Vitamin D
104%
Iron
332%
Vitamin E
210%
Magnesium
165%
Vitamin K
44%
Manganese
274%
Thiamin
290%
Molybdenum
544%
Riboflavin
151%
Phosphorus
207%
Niacin
150%
Potassium
116%
Folate
125%
Selenium
199%
Pantothenic Acid
220%
Sodium
Biotin
100%
Sulfur
12%
Choline
114%
Zinc
129%
 
* Percent Daily Values are based on "High Fat/Low Carb Weightloss 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: High Fat/Low Carb Weightloss profileChange

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