So many good suggestions already. One other option -- perhaps decrease the ratio of powder to liquid (e.g., 1/4 scoop for the same amount of water) or increase the ratio of liquid to powder (double it -- through liquids, crushed ice, diet soda if you like them or seltzer). I'll be curious to know what brand you're using, too. Let us know when you find out what works best -- so curious.
Maybe you could add chunks of frozen peaches? Sort of a peach cobbler taste, maybe? Or maybe adding apple somehow to taste like taffy apple? I am thinking unsweetened applesauce would be diet approved?? Not sure. Applesauce could be frozen before adding.
Tip for freezing fruit: Take canned fruit, put it in ice cube trays, then freeze it. (This has worked so far with pineapple tidbits and mandarin oranges.) The frozen fruit cubes pop right out of the tray and then I store them in the freezer in a plastic bag. It makes the fruit in a size that will get pulverized in my Magic Bullet.
I need a bit of help with some powder I bought. I got it at the store I work. It looked absolutely delicious. It's Vanilla Caramel.
I tried it and it is good, but the caramel flavor is just too much. I need suggestions on how to cut that caramel flavor so I can still use the powder cuz I really hate to waste that much money. Please keep in mind that I'm allergic to chocolate and strawberries. Anything else is pretty much a go. I just don't know what to do to cut that flavor down to make it edible enough to swallow a full serving.
Thanks for your help!
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