Vanilla Soylent Ice Cream?


#1

Has anyone figured out a way to make something resembling ice cream with the new vanilla Soylent? I just put a bottle in the freezer for almost an hour, shaking it vigorously every 5 to 10 minutes. It came out slightly frozen, but more like a slushie than ice cream. I’m wondering what it would take to turn this into a real ice cream-like treat, ideally without having to do a whole lot to it.

The flavor is good, it’s the texture that is the biggest disappointment at this point. Any ideas?


#2

Well, to make ice cream you stir it as you chill it, not just every 5 or 10 minutes but constantly. Why not pour the soylent into an ice cream maker and let it run?


#3

Cuz I don’t have an ice cream maker. LOL

Yeah that’d probably do the trick… was just hoping to be a little lazier about it. :wink:


#4

OK, ice cream maker appears to be the answer.

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#5

Wow. That looks really good.


#6

Looks amazing! How’s the taste/texture?


#7

Does look great I don’t mind having soylent cream in summers!


#8

Ice cream makers can be fairly cheap, and that’s the only way to get actual “ice-cream-like” texture out of frozen soylent. The trick is to minimize the size of the ice crystals.