Sated has some great base flavors that are easily customizable. What do you do to make your shakes your own?
Chocolate Sated, Mix with Coffee instead of water = Sated Morning Mocha.
Vanilla sated, orange vanilla mio, heavy cream instead of oil. Tastes just like an orange creamsicle.
My favorite Sated hack is to add a serving of matcha to my vanilla Sated shake - Green Tea Latte perfection
Mio drops are amazing. The Fruit Punch, Lemonade, and Sweet Tea Mio drops are all great.
There’s so many. I’m naturally a chocolate person but the vanilla shakes are so versatile!! PB powder, pumpkin spice, golden milk…I could go on forever!
Along with flavor hacks, you can also bake or heat Sated!
We’ve figured out a few DELICIOUS holiday mug cake recipes that we’re sharing on our blog today and through out the holiday season.
Also, i always make frosting out of it by just adding the powder and oil together without the water. GAME CHANGER!
PECAN PIE MUG CAKE: mix 1 large egg, 1T melted butter, 2T Vanilla Sated, 2T granular erythritol , 1/2t baking powder. Gently pour into a greased ramekin lined with pecan halves and microwave roughly 60 seconds or until set. Flip onto a plate pecan side up and drizzle with [@choczero] maple syrup.
Instant coffee is great for this. The crystalized coffees (Folgers, Maxwell House, etc) blend perfectly in cold water.
Coffee with the vanilla flavor gives me life!!
The Torani Sugar Free Syrups are worth a mention. Most of these are nice with vanilla protein powder, and I’d assume they’re great with Sated Vanilla as well. I avoid the fruit ones since they’re sweet enough that I start getting carb cravings. Your mileage may vary. But the various nut and spice flavors are perfect for me.
You can find them on Amazon as well, including with Subscribe and Save. They also sell pumps that replace the screw on cap so you can measure out a consistent amount each time.
So, it’s not so much a flavor hack as it is a fat and texture hack… out of curiosity I doubled up the oil, using a second scoop of pure MCT (likely any combo would be fine.) After letting it set up overnight and a quick shake, the texture is crazy thick and almost pudding like. I added some peanut butter power to a vanilla base, and boy oh boy is it not only satisfying but hunger is squashed for a very long time.
As mentioned earlier, sugar free Torani syrups!! I make 2 servings at a time to last through my work day… my personal favorite:
3 cups water
2 lg scoops vanilla Sated
2 sm scoops oil
1 sm scoop sugar free S’mores Torani syrup
2 tsp instant coffee
Try it, you’ll thank me! I find it easiest to dissolve the coffee when I blend all ingredients minus 1 cup of water, pour into the blender bottle, cap it, then fill to the very top with the last cup of water. 2 servings made in the blender doesn’t fit well into the blender bottle otherwise.
I mentioned this in another comment, but wanted to add here also. I have my great grandmothers old chilled peach soup recipe that I adapted into a smoothie several years ago. I decided to mimic that recipe by adding 2 ingredients to the Peaches & Cream sated. It’s amazing. Make the shake as usual, but add 1/2 to 1 small scoop lime juice and a few dashes of cinnamon. This is my favorite yet.
This sounds incredible! Definitely trying this out!
Please let me know what you think. It’s an unusual flavor combination, but it works!
I’m trying chia seeds and a splash of banana extract in my peaches & cream tonight for tomorrow’s morning shake. It smells amazing!
I love the Jordan skinny syrups too!!!
Am I the only one that eats Sated in “frosting form”? I’ve been putting half the oil, half peanut butter and only a little water. SO good!!