• Upgrades have been completed! Including conversations, 😁😎🏀⚾⚽ Emojis and more.. Read more

using LL food packs ideas/recipes

S: 19st0lb C: 18st2lb G: 11st0lb Loss: 0st12lb(4.51%)
I found this site that has ideas using the LL foodpacks. Really interesting! Has anyone tried any of these variations?
Lighterlife food pack Ideas

Chocolate Muffin

  1. Put a little BOILING WATER into a ramekin dish or microwaveable mug – about 2 desert spoons to begin with – you can add more later if needed.
  2. Add the chocolate pack & mix to a THICK PASTE, but not too thick!
  3. Put into the microwave on high for just over a minute – if it looks a little bit soggy in the middle, put it back in for about 10 seconds or so. Then enjoy.


Make up the vanilla pack as a hot shake; add a teaspoon of coffee & some tablet sweeteners to taste.


A slightly different version of the muffin can be made by saving some of your nut Flapjack, add it to the mix & it tastes like a brownie with nuts.

Sweeter Muffin

When making Chocolate muffins add a couple of teaspoons of the raspberry powder.

Ice cream

Put 11 ice cubes in a powerful liquidiser & crush the ice, add a sweet food pack – add a small amount of water, about 2 tbsp & liquidise for about 5 minutes. You may need to stir in between; you’ll end up with a nice bowl of ice cream.

Chicken stuffing

Mix as you would do for a chocolate muffin, but use a packet of chicken soup instead. Cook in microwave for about 1.4 mins, depending on how dry you like it.

Chocolate bar

Mix chocolate pack with a bit of water until you have a thick paste, then spread onto some tin foil and freeze for an hour or more.

Mars bar

As for chocolate bar, but with half of vanilla and half of the chocolate.

Milky bar

As for chocolate bar, but make just with vanilla – gorgeous.


As for chocolate bar, but make just with the caramel.

Black Forest Gateau mix.

10 ice cubes, chocolate pack, 8oz water & 1.5tsp of fruits of the forest flavouring. Blitz in a smoothie maker or try your blender.

Cheesecake smoothie

Vanilla pack, 10 ice cubes, 8oz water, 1tsp St. Clements flavouring & blitz in a smoothie maker or try your blender.

Chocolate Biscuit

Take sparkling water & mix with a chocolate pack& then add a pinch of salt, about 2 tbsp water, increase if needed to make thick paste. Put onto a small plate, rounded into a biscuit shape. Bake in the microwave for about 2.5 minutes.

Ice lollies

Make up the fruit of the forest or St.Clements – bit stronger than you’ normally make, as your taste dictates – put into lolly moulds and freeze.

Chicken crisps / Thai chilli

This recipe is even better if you use a Teflon mat, it’s a bit like a sheet of greaseproof paper but you can wipe it clean. Mix a packet of soup with about 2 tbs of water until you get a thick paste, spread the mixture on the mat or greaseproof paper in a circle, microwave for about 2 mins. It will go crispy, then you can break up into smaller crisp size pieces.

After eight chocolate treat

Add strong cold peppermint tea to chocolate mix, I prefer this as a thick paste like a mousse, but you could have it as a hot chocolate mint drink or cold. Yummy

Chocolate Fudge
1 packet of chocolate
1/4 cup of hot water
2 or more sweeteners ( canderel )
1tsp of coffee (if you like)
Mix well – it should look like a thick chocolate soup. Microwave it for 2 mins. It comes out as a thick gooey mess, which tastes like fudge!
Chocolate Pudding and Chocolate Sauce
Microwave most of the choc pack like a muffin but keep some aside and mix into a thick paste whilst the muffin is cooking. Take muffin out and smear with thick choc goo and eat. It really does taste nice and cools the muffin down. This could be done with vanilla icing too
Chocolate Custard
Dissolve a sweetener in approx 70mls of hot water. Add a chocolate pack, microwave for approx 40 secs. Makes a lovely hot choc custard. A whole pack of this was a bit sickly for me though, so next time I used half the quantities and had it on top of a muffin.
Mix a soup pack with a very small amount of water (about 5 dessert spoons), into a smooth paste, spread on a plate or greaseproof paper and microwave for about 3 mins. Let it settle, when golden take out let it cool then peel off and enjoy. Be careful to not overcook as this makes them taste slightly bitter.
Lemon Biscuits
Cut up a lemon bar into 8-10 pieces. Arrange on a plate 3 or 4 at a time to give them space to expand. Microwave for 1 min 15 – or until they stop bubbling. Be careful as they may start burning from the inside out. Use a knife under the biscuits to prise off the plate.
Variations: if you slightly burn the lemon bar it tastes like ginger crunch biscuits
Toffee biscuits
As lemon but use a toffee bar
Fruit Biscuits
As lemon but use a Fruit bar
Black Forest Cookie
Add 1 choc pack to sparkling water (3 tbs give or take) add fruits of the forest flavour (half teaspoon) put in the microwave for one minute (let it settle) and you have the fluffiest cookie ever
Get Rid of this ad and join in on the conversation for free today! Tap here!
Last edited by a moderator:
S: 19st0lb C: 18st2lb G: 11st0lb Loss: 0st12lb(4.51%)
LL Ferrero Rochers

crumble a nut bar into a bowl and mix up 3 choc foodpacks into a mousse.
mix the them up together and using a teaspoon spoon small dollops onto a baking tray/tin foil greeceproof paper and freeze. Number you get will depend on size of dollop and the consistency of your mousse.
S: 19st0lb C: 18st2lb G: 11st0lb Loss: 0st12lb(4.51%)
Mixed two thirds of a chocolate pack to make a muffin.

Add some Fruits of the Forest flavour to the remaining mix and make "icing".

Let the muffin cool slightly and spread icing on top.
S: 19st0lb C: 18st2lb G: 11st0lb Loss: 0st12lb(4.51%)
chicken 'crisps'

make a smooth paste (the consistency of toothpaste), and spread it onto greaseproof paper with the back of a spoon to make little discs. Nuke for 1 minute, then 20 seconds at a time, opening the door in between each time to let them cool down a bit. Takes 2-3 mins total, but it's different for every microwave. Just carry on until they're crisp right through and peel easily off the paper. They do crisp up a bit more as they cool down too. You can then keep them in an airtight container until you need them - great for taking out with you on your travels.

Similar threads