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Create your showstopper! British Bakery Range

exante Bakery meal replacement shakes recipes
Last Updated: 03/08/21

Craving a sweet treat? Our amazing range of Meal Replacement Shakes are not only delicious but also extremely versatile, and we love seeing the creative ways you use them. We recently relaunched our British Bakery Range, and want to encourage you to dust off your aprons and create your own showstoppers using these delicious, indulgent shakes. Here, we’ve collated some of our favourite recipes that you can create using the British Bakery Range!

Salted Caramel Ice Cream Sandwiches

by @sophie_alexndra18235


  • 2 exante Meal Replacement Caramel Biscuit Shake (why not experiment with different flavour combinations?!) 
  • 1 tsp Bicarbonate of Soda 
  • 1 tsp Baking Powder  
  • 20ml Almond Milk 
  • Vanilla Ice Cream  
  • Drizzle of Salted Caramel Flavour Syrup 


  1. Preheat your oven to 200°C 
  2. Combine the ice cream with the Salted Caramel syrup. Spread out on a tray and re-freeze  
  3. Mix the Caramel Biscuit Shake, Bicarbonate of Soda and Baking Powder together in a bowl 
  4. Add the Almond Milk and mix well  
  5. Pipe or spoon the mixture into disc shapes to the size of your choosing (make sure they are all even so you can make a sandwich out of two pieces!)
  6. Bake in the oven until golden (or darker if you want them to be chewy!) 
  7. Once the ice cream has set and the discs are cool, spoon the ice cream on to half of the discs, then take a plain disc and gently squeeze together 
  8. Store in the freezer until ready to eat then tuck in! 

exante Caramel Biscuit Ice Cream Sandwiches

 “Oh wow! These look amazing!!” – @tallie_takes_on_life

Caramel Biscuit Cupcakes

by @jaz_does_exante



  1. Preheat your oven to 160°C 
  2. Mix thexante Caramel Biscuit Meal Replacement Shake with the baking powder 
  3. Make the egg replacer following the packet instructions. Add to the shake and baking powder 
  4. Slowly add water until it reaches a batter consistency 
  5. Place cupcake cases in a muffin tray. Pour the mixture into the cases 
  6. Top each cupcake with a small piece of the Salted Caramel Bar 
  7. Bake in the oven for around 15 minutes until they look golden brown and the bar on top is melted 
  8. Once baked, cool and enjoy! 

Cupcakes made using the exante Caramel Biscuit Shake

“Yum!” – @exantekaren

Banoffee Pots

by @kates.losing.it



  1. Mix the exante Banoffee Pie Meal Replacement Shake with the Vegi Gel, Unsweetened Almond Milk and Water in a blender
  2. Pour into a pan and heath through, stirring regular to ensure all the Shake Mix and Vegi Gel has dissolved
  3. Blitz up the Banana Bread bar in a blender until it resembles a fine breadcrumb texture
  4. Spoon the Banana Bread crumbs into two small glasses and pour the Banoffee Shake mix on top
  5. Chill in the fridge until ready to consume
  6. Top each glass with 1tsp of Greek Yoghurt
  7. Dig in!

exante Banoffee Pie Meal Replacement Shake Pots

“I tried this shake for first time today… Definitely going to have to try this. The shakes were deeeelish!” – @from.fatt.to.catt

Eton Mess Cheesecake

by @exantekaren’s


  • exante Eton Mess Meal Replacement Shakes 
  • tbsps of low fat soft cheese 
  • tbsps of low fat Greek yoghurt 
  • tbsps granulated sweetener 
  • tbsps low-sugar jam 
  • 100 ml of water 
  • Handful of mixed berries 
  • Sprinkle of desiccated coconut 


  1. Preheat your oven to 200°C 
  2. Mix the exante Eaton Mess Shakes with 100ml of water until you get a cake batter texture 
  3. Pour into two round cake tins and make for 20 minutes 
  4. For the topping, mix the low fat soft cheese and Greek yoghurt together with the granulated sweetener. Whisk until thick and creamy 
  5. Once the cakes are cooled, spread a layer of the jam between and sandwich together  
  6. Spread the soft cheese and yoghurt mix on top of the cake  
  7. Decorate with the berries and desiccated coconut and add a few small drops of jam on the top 
  8. Share with friends and family! 

exante Eaton Mess meal replacement Cheesecake

“Looks delish. Must try it!” – @newexante_journey

Which one will you try? Or will you give them all a go?! Make sure you tag us in your pictures @exantediet. Order your British Bakery Shakes today and then get your shake on!

Megan Edwards

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Megan is a Marketing student at the University of Liverpool. She enjoys travelling, skiing and long walks with her two golden retrievers, Henry and Chester. As a former lifeguard and swimming teacher, Megan loves being in and on the water and has recently started learning to sail and wakeboard. When on dry land, she keeps fit by working out at the gym and is a regular at salsa and yoga classes.