Make Them Into Mini Cheesecakes
Using the Limited Edition Mocha Frappe Shake from the Coffee Shop Range, @alnicsw made Mini Mocha Cheesecakes. Using the Mocha Frappe Shake he created a mouse that he then set on top an an exante Gooey Chocolate Pudding base. How delicious!
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.
Make Your Own Cupcakes
Another recipe created by @alnicsw is exante style low calorie cupcakes. Here are his instructions below:
- Mix 1 Vanilla Shake and 1 Unflavoured Shake (flavours can be altered, or you can use one shake if you prefer) whilst preheating oven to 200°C
- Use enough water to make the shakes into a paste.
- Add one egg and 1 teaspoon of baking soda and mix into a cake batter.
- Bake for 15-20 minutes or until cooked.
- Sugar-free ‘icing sugar’ – mix powdered sweetener with 1-2 teaspoons of cornstarch to prevent clumping – this can then be used to create buttercream following a standard recipe!
Mix 2 Flavours Together
Another amazing idea from @alnicsw was to mix up the flavours of shakes. Alex created his own cherry ‘shakewell’ for lunch, inspired by the popular British classic, a cherry bakewell tart. Alex mixed Cherries & Berries Meal Replacement Shake with almond extract, topped with an Almond Vanilla Meal Replacement Shake to create this.
Cook A Rice Pudding
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!