I’ve been making Soylent “biscuits” by mixing bags with just a bit of water and I can confirm it was tasty enough to eat like a very thick oatmeal/porridge before baking it. I did not try mixing chocolate chips in but that sounds pretty good too. I still have to work on the baking part, they ended up either gooey in the middle or very hard throughout.
Also, I made brownies last night and so far I am in heaven. The extra ingredients only added 510 calories (approx) to the 2010 total calories in Soylent. Since I’m aiming for 1200 per day, this is perfect for me to make a batch and eat it over the course of two days as my only food source. I am going to be giving this a try and seeing how I feel. Might need to add a multi-vitamin to make up for the lost nutrients by only eating half a bag.
@TegidTathal just commented on another thread about the cocoa powder…
Please be aware that Cacao powder actually has nutrients in it. I’m guessing that 8 level tbsp of cacao powder is about 50g
That has 6.9 grams of Iron, 762mg of Potassium and 238mg of Magnesium in it. (Along with some other things, but those are the largest). I’m not saying you shouldn’t make brownies, but most people here seem to ignore the micronutrient breakdown of Cacao powder and it shouldn’t be ignored