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Things to do with your CD/LL/LT food packs!!!!

I got these from another forum, I made the ice cream yesterday…..hope these recipes help

I thought I had already posted it but I don’t see it, maybe I didn’t after all……….

Any sweet tasting shake!

1. Put some hot water in a ramekin, or whatever you have – thick cup or similar (about 2 dessert spoons to start – you can add more later if needed)

2. Add the pack (whatever flavor you desire) and mix it into a thick batter, so thick you think it’s too thick!

3. Microwave on high for just over a minute – if it looks a little soggy in the middle, put it back for about 10 seconds or so.


Variation: You can also add some of your nut crunch bar (LL) to make a brownie!
You can add a teaspoon of coffee.

Put 11 ice cubes in a smoothie maker and crush the ice. Add a packet of food and a small amount of water (about 2 tablespoons) and blend for 5 minutes. You end up with a big bowl of “ice cream”.

Place 10-16 ice cubes (depending on your preference), a liter of water and your food pack in a smoothie maker and blend for approx. 3 mins. Makes about 2 pints of delicious cold froth in whatever flavor you like.

If you use a cappuccino sachet, it kind of hits – yum (that’s my contribution – DJ)

Try adding one of the water flavors for a different taste!

Chocolate bar!
You can make chocolate from a packet of chocolate (or mint chocolate). Mix the pack with a little water until you get a thick paste, then spread on aluminum foil and put in the freezer for an hour or more. It really tastes like chocolate!

Variation: Use half chocolate and half vanilla for a Mars bar!

Black Forest Cake
Put 10 ice cubes, one packet of chocolate, 8 oz of water and 1.5 teaspoons of Summer Berry Flavor (CD) or Forest Fruit Flavor (LL) into a smoothie maker and blend – C IS FANTASTIC!!

Cheesecake Smoothie – It tastes just like cheesecake!
Put the vanilla pack, 10 ice cubes, 8 oz water, one teaspoon of St. Clements (LL) or Citrus (CD) flavoring into the smoothie maker and blend.

Chocolate biscuit
Put sparkling water in a bag of chocolate then add a pinch of salt. Put it on a sheet of parchment paper, round it in the shape of a biscuit and cook it in the microwave for about 2.30 minutes. The result is a crisp chocolate cookie with a “dunking” texture.

Black Forest Biscuit
Add 1 packet of chocolate to sparkling water (3 tbsp) add half a teaspoon of summer berry flavor and microwave for a minute (let sit) and you have the cookie the fluffiest ever.

Chocolate fondant
1 packet of chocolate
1/4 cup hot water
2 or more sweeteners
1 teaspoon of coffee (if you like)

Mix well – it should look like thick chocolate soup. Put it in the microwave for 2 minutes. It comes in the form of a thick gooey mess, which tastes like fudge!

Mix whatever sweet flavor pack you like with 200-300ml of sparkling water and pour into popsicle molds and freeze overnight.

Keep in mind that to eat the entire food packet, you’ll need to eat all of the lollipops!

Coffee latte
Mix a hot vanilla shake with a teaspoon of coffee and some sweetener if needed.

“Chocolate pudding and chocolate sauce”
Microwave most of the chocolate pack like a cookie, but save some aside and mix into a thick batter while the muffin bakes. Take out the muffin and coat it with thick chocolate batter and eat, it tastes really good and cools the muffin. This can also be done with vanilla “icing”.

Chocolate cream
Dissolve a sweetener in about 70 ml of hot water. Add a packet of chocolate. Microwave for about 40 seconds. It makes a lovely hot chocolate pastry cream. A whole packet of this can be a little sickly, so try half the amounts, put it on a chocolate muffin.

Hot chocolate
Prepare strong peppermint tea. Mix a packet of chocolate with hot water and some sweeteners (according to your taste) add the tea. Microwave for approx. 20secs and stir (better if you whip with an aero latte) – Divine!

Chocolate covered caramel candies
Mix a packet of caramel and nuts (or any sweet flavor of your choice) with a little water to make a thick paste. Divide into 24 small pieces and put on foil and freeze until solid. Make a half packet of chocolate in a coating the consistency of melted chocolate. Coat the caramel pieces in the chocolate and return to the freezer until solid. Store in the freezer.

Chicken stuffing
Mix as you would a chocolate muffin, but use a packet of chicken soup instead. Microwave for 1.40 seconds or more or less depending on how dry you like.

A variation of the soup
Mix the soup with a sachet of salty drink (LL) and add a little Tabasco and a sweetener. It sounds weird to put sweetener in the soup, but it tastes really good.

Blend a packet of soup into a smooth paste, spread on a plate or parchment paper and microwave for 1 1/2 – 2 min. when it starts to bubble open it and let it sit for a second. keep opening it and letting it sit until (the poppadom) starts to turn golden (don’t take your eyes off it) – when it’s golden, take it out and let it cool, then peel it off and taste

Be careful about overcooking, as this will give them a slightly bitter taste.

Recipe as for the poppadoms above but make them in small pieces. If you wish, you can salt them before they are cooked.

Mix half a teaspoon of Mix-A-Mousse into half a packet of soup and shake well. Mix with hot water (not boiling) and put in the freezer to set, it takes a few hours. With the other half, make some poppadoms. Yum – Pate & Chips.

Briks Tetra

Mix the contents of the ready-to-use Chocolate Velvet or Banana Bliss with a scoop of Mix-A-Mousse and whip with a mixer. Put it in the freezer for a while – you now have the most delicious mousse you’ve ever tried.
or just freeze a whole tetra, and it eats like ice cream…

Water flavors

Dial up the flavor of the water (any flavor) – a little stronger than you normally would – again, it’s all to your taste – put in popsicle molds and freeze. .

lemon sorbet
Put some ice cubes in the smoothie maker with a little water and stir to make it slushy, add some water flavoring to your tasting – and presto you have a sherbet/smooth pup!!


Cut a bar into 8-10 pieces. Arrange them on a microwave plate, I usually only put 3 at a time to give them the space they need to grow.

Microwave for about 1.30 minutes – or until you can see they have stopped bubbling. Be careful as they can start to burn from the inside. Use a knife under the cookies to loosen them from the sheet and flip them on their backs (on the bar wrapper) and leave until they have cooled and hardened.

CAUTION: Cambridge Manufacturing recommends that you “cook” only one food wrap per day, as the cooking process, even for a short time, breaks down the essential vitamins and nutrients contained in the wraps.

Note: All of these recipes take a bit of practice to be perfect, so don’t worry if they don’t turn out as expected the first time.

enjoy xxx

WL f

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