Strawberry flavoring (US)


#1

My strawberry flavor packet arrived yesterday and I used it for my morning Huel today. I use vanilla Huel, which by itself I still enjoy after so much use. In short, the strawberry flavoring is very nice. I was worried the powder might change the color of my Huel - but it is white powder and it doesn’t change the color at all. I used about 1tbsp for my 3 scoop morning shake and it’s perfect. Not too sweet, but I can tell that it’s there. I wouldn’t hesitate using strawberry if you’re on the fence. I’ll probably get a few different flavors now too.


#2

I just want to confirm that is one tablespoon, correct? That is the abbreviation you used, but in one of the other threads there was dissatisfaction with a fraction of a teaspoon not being enough so wanted to draw attention to the quantity used.

(1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons)


#3

Oops. That’s teaspoon.


#4

If I use 127g of Huel, I add 3g of flavor for a 130g powder + 500ml water shake and it seems to work. That’s a 508-calorie. meal. The scoops are really inaccurate because the stuff packs and tends to vary in density depending on how the bag is handled, from my experience. I keep a scale near my Huel and measure into the shaker cup. If I’m going to be out, I pre measure the powder into the shaker, throw it into my bag and add water when I’m ready to have my Huel.


#5

I have to give props to the mint chocolate flavoring- just got it today and had for lunch- tastes like a Girl Scout thin mint cookie… I have the cappuccino flavoring also and am about to try in the morning - I tend to avoid fruit flavorings - but with what I am hearing I may try the strawberry soon.


#6

Are the flavor shots sweetened at all? I know you said it wasn’t too sweet, but I have issues with sucralose, which is the sweetener in the vanilla huel and don’t want to try the flavor shots and have problems. Thanks!


#7

I’m pretty sure they are not sweetened. Here are the ingredients taken from the Huel website:

None of those look like sweeteners to me.


#8

Depending on why you might be concerned about sugar, you might consider inulin a type of sugar :


#9

I didn’t know THAT would happen, discobot never told me about link expansion “Onebox” :slight_smile:


#10

There are no sweeteners in the flavor boosts. :+1:


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