##Behold, my newest creation:
#Key Lime Soylent!
No actual people were harmed in the making of this soylent
It’s a bit hard to see with the white chocolate on top, but it’s a nice emerald green.
Recipe as follows:
3 cups dry soylent mix (I’m using this as a base)
1 tsp cinnamon
20 g baking powder (only if your soylent has none already)
1 1/2 cups sugar, xylitol, splenda, etc. (only if your soylent is unsweetened like mine)
white chocolate chips
1/3 cup canola oil
green food coloring
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F/ 175 degrees C
- Zest the two limes into a bowl. Juice the limes and the oranges into the zest.
- Add a couple drops of both the vanilla extract and the green food coloring and, if needed, add your sweetener of choice. Stir to dissolve the sweetener (it may not dissolve completely).
- In another bowl, stir the dry soylent mix, cinnamon, and baking powder together with a large spoon, making sure to break up any clumps in the soylent and the baking powder.
- Mix the green juice into the dry batter and stir. It will probably have a cookie dough like consistency.
- Add the canola oil to the mixture and stir. Add in more water while stirring to achieve a cake batter consistency.
- Grease a pyrex dish with non-stick spray. Pour the green batter into the dish and place in the oven @ 350F/175C.
- Bake for 40 minutes, checking every so often toward the end to make sure it doesn’t burn.
- Remove from oven.
- Microwave ~1/2 cup of white chocolate chips in a bowl for 1 minute, stirring occasionally until melted evenly. Add a couple drops of canola oil to give it the consistency of frosting.
- Spread white chocolate on top of cake with a spatula (it’s best if the cake is still hot while doing this)
- Enjoy feeding your friends Soylent Green! warning: You may not want to share…