What are your favorite things to add to your HUEL shakes?

I like to add the frozen Dragon Fruit pureed and frozen from Whole Foods.
In addition, frozen blueberries, mangoes, blackberries, raspberries, and sardines. Not all together but one at a time.


I LOVE adding fruits to my Huel! My personal favorite is adding blackberries :call_me_hand::two_hearts:


Orange/mango juice, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, spinach, egg, pb powder or spread, yogurt, almond/banana milk, cherry tomatoes, cranberries, nuts, dried cherries, protein powder, creatine, shredded carrots


Maca, goji berries, chia seeds, oat milk, peanut butter, spirulina, cocoa powder!

Is it ok, if I’ll put Huel in to milk, instead of water :crazy_face::crazy_face::crazy_face:

Yea totally. I choose to use plant based milks. But any will be good and add creaminess and flavor!

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Just need to figure in the added sugars/fats if you are using Huel for health or dietary reasons

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I usually add a banana and espresso to my breakfast shake, and if I brewed to much coffee the day before I’ll replace some of the water with the leftover coffee.

Yes, you can and it will taste better but that is a lot of dairy. If you must use milk use skim.
If you are working about a lot and burn calories fine use milk but I only use water and rarely almond milk to keep the calories down.

Try all of the milk substitutes available. Almond or Oat milk etc. Unsweetened is best.

spinach usually for anything other than salted caramel.

The amino acid l-glycine, for instance, tastes sweet. Adding up to five grams of l-glycine as a supplement contributes to heart health, by mimicking the total amount of l-glycine in a high-protein diet. Glycine is an interesting one to experiment with according to the Examine.com research article on l-glycine that I cannot link.

I am currently the biggest fan of

  1. BulkSupplements pomegranate extract, because at $50/kilogram, it is only $0.25 per tablespoon. On some interesting level, you can feel the pressure points in your mitochondria unwind.
  2. I am also the biggest fan of Inulin (FOS). A tablespoon of this prebiotic fiber every morning will transform your gut health pursuant to the research at Bimuno.com.
  3. Beet. The whole, organic beet root when pulverized is high in natural fiber, tri-methyl-glycine, and nitrates for heart health. There are few foods better than beets for a tablespoon of vigor.

So, there you have my Huel + BulkSupplements plan: 1) pomegranate, 2) beet, 3) the prebiotic fiber inulin.