Spicing Up Soylent
Recipies to improve the experience of drinking the one and only Ensure for SWEs™.

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Soylent, in it's base form, does not taste all that. Really that's it's main problem, it doesn't taste. It's not bad, but it's not good either. So I have decided to write down some ideas that I have tried out for spicing up Soylent. These ideas (in contrast to my other recipes) will not involve exact weight measurements but rather be more ideas on what you can do with it.

Calorie Neutral Recipes


The most basic Soylent addition possible is coffee. Just throw in a few shots of expresso per scoop of unflavored soylent and you should be good to go. The taste should be more mild than regular coffee, but at the same time add taste to the soylent. This is really good as a breakfast or lunch item. (or dinner if you have ADHD)

Cocoa Powder

If you don't like coffee or crave the taste of chocolate soylent but couldn't get it because it is still out of stock, cocoa powder makes for a serviceable substitute. Just add a spoonful or two and you should be good to go.

Calorie Added Recipes

These add an appreciable number of calories to the Soylent while also adding flavor.

Coffee, Honey, Hot Peppers, and Chocolate

Add around four shots of espresso to two scoops of soylent, add a spoonful of honey, half a spoonful of hot peppers, and half a spoonful of cocoa powder.

Awake Chocolate and Coffee

Adding a bit of Awake chocolate (basically caffeinated chocolate) to the coffee is a good idea if you need the extra caffeine. Just break up a single small bar into it and add the coffee, melting the chocolate. Then add the soylent and water to cool / dilute it.

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