There are a great range of meal replacement shakes you can choose from when following the Exante low calorie diet plan, from Chocolate to Strawberry and many more. We want to show you that as well as choosing from a variety of delicious flavours, there are a number of ways you can also shake up your shakes. If you follow @alnicsw, you will see how creative he is with the Exante meal replacement shakes, and we wanted to share some of his inventive ideas with you. Here are 9 ways you can shake up your shakes.
Make Them Into Custard Tarts
Mixing an Unflavoured Meal Replacement Shake with vanilla essence and setting it in silicone cake moulds using Vege-Gel, @alnicsw made his own Exante style custard tarts. It’s especially delicious with a sprinkle of nutmeg on top! It is a treat that you can simply make and quickly enjoy.
Combining a Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake with konjac rice and water, you can make a completely delicious Exante style rice pudding. This could be a brilliant idea during food week or the Exante 800 plan? Thanks for sharing @alnicsw. With this recipe you don’t need to feel like you are missing out on eating a classic British dessert.
Make a Vanilla Ice Cream
Forget the high-calorie ice cream options down the supermarket freezer aisles. Why not make your own Exante style vanilla ice cream? @alnicsw made an Exante style vanilla gelato to cool down on a lovely sunny day.
He combined a Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake mix, and whisked it using an electric whisk. Then, he placed the mixture in the freezer and whisked every hour for at least 3 hours to disturb the ice crystals. Finally, leave to freeze…and enjoy!
Add Low Calorie Syrup
You can even shake up your shake like @alnicsw does by adding a low calorie caramel syrup. This can be the perfect solution if you especially feel like you desperately need a sweet treat that day.
A Crème Caramel is a popular dessert loved by many people, and @alnicsw has created his own Exante style crème caramel with a Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake (set with gelatin) and then he added low calorie syrup on top. If you are missing a custard style dessert and you fancy a sweet treat, @alnicsw says this is perfect straight from the fridge.
Learning how to shake up your shakes can keep things interesting. A very low calorie diet may at times feel restrictive but if you allow your creative flair to shine through it can be fun and very rewarding, like @alnicsw proves with all these delicious creations.
If you too have been inventive with your shakes, please share them on Instagram and tag us at @exantediet or #exantediet, or even join our Facebook Closed Group to share how you shake up your shakes.
Aimee graduated from the University of Bristol in 2019. It was during her time at University that her love of fitness and nutrition truly began. She’s always loved an active lifestyle from a small child. Aimee frequently enjoys going to the gym, regular hot yoga classes and going for long country walks.
She loves trying new activities and in the last 12 months has tried jet skiing, horse riding, and her first 10K race.