Favorite Flavor hacks


#1

Sated has some great base flavors that are easily customizable. What do you do to make your shakes your own?


#3

Chocolate Sated, Mix with Coffee instead of water = Sated Morning Mocha.


#4

Vanilla sated, orange vanilla mio, heavy cream instead of oil. Tastes just like an orange creamsicle.


#5

My favorite Sated hack is to add a serving of matcha to my vanilla Sated shake - Green Tea Latte perfection :heart:


#6

Mio drops are amazing. The Fruit Punch, Lemonade, and Sweet Tea Mio drops are all great.


#7

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!


#8

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!


#9

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.


#10

Instant coffee is great for this. The crystalized coffees (Folgers, Maxwell House, etc) blend perfectly in cold water.


#11

Coffee with the vanilla flavor gives me life!!


#12

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.

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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.


#13

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.


#14

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.

Enjoy!


#15

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.


#16

This sounds incredible! Definitely trying this out!


#17

Please let me know what you think. It’s an unusual flavor combination, but it works!


#18

I’m trying chia seeds and a splash of banana extract in my peaches & cream tonight for tomorrow’s morning shake. It smells amazing!


#19

I love the Jordan skinny syrups too!!!


#20

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!!


#21

@kim.corkum that sounds sooo good!!! I can’t believe I haven’t tried that yet