I made cookies recently based on @leecauble1’s recipe and they were amazing, and I found it much easier to eat than liquid Soylent. The problem is that all the extra ingredients added over 2000 calories to the daily Soylent batch, so in order to eat them you’d have to split your Soylent intake in half, which would also split the nutrients in half. You could remove 1000 calories by just not adding chocolate chips (easy, they were delicious either way) but that’s still 3000 calories which is way too much for weight loss, which I am trying to achieve.
As someone with absolutely no experience or knowledge in baking, what could I try to turn my Soylent into a solid or semi-solid product? I’m considering making a “sludge” type of mixture by just using a very small amount of water. The idea would be to get an oatmeal-like consistency that you could eat with a spoon. I’ll try this tonight, if it doesn’t work I can always add more water to make it liquid again.
Any other suggestions?