I love the idea of soylent, but just drinking a bland milk-like substance does NOT do it for me. So I've done some research on the threads, and found the best recipe I could to make a solid soylent version that doesn't include things like syrup, chocolate, sugar etc.
1 bag dry Soylent 1.5
1/2 tsp ground nutmeg (cancels the weird sunflower seed oil flavor)
1 tsp vanilla extract (helps the flavor)
1 cup water
A handful of raisins (flavor/texture)
1 cup plain dry oats (texture)
Mix ingredients and bake.
325 F for 30 minutes, let cool 5 minutes after removing from oven.
Makes 36 mini muffins or cookies. Be sure to use muffin paper cups or parchment paper, or they'll stick. And be careful about overfilling, as they puff up quite a bit!
Make sure to bake until they really start to brown, otherwise the centers will be gooey. They will also be gooey if you make them too big, since the outside cooks quite a bit faster. I recommend making the batch for the day at least a day in advance, that way the middles harden. The end result is a slightly dense, chewy muffin/cookie with a bit of crunch on the exterior. A bit like a specialized protein bar!
This recipe is adapted from JeffD's mini muffins here.
Here's a link to some info about what happens to soylent when you bake it. It looks like the solution is to just take a multivitamin, as most everything else stays intact. These are preliminary results, of course though!
I'd love to see any other simple recipes I may have missed!