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So I'm here to get some corroborating opinions on this from within this site and maybe start a conversation, feel free to add your own dream shake ideas and critiques in the thread, and with that said here's my idea of a dream shake

32oz of boost vhc (2120cal overall) this is my replacement for whole milk

6oz of benecalorie (1320cal overall)

1 pint of heavy cream (1600 cal)

448g of cytocarb (1620cal overall)

.625 cups of nutella (2000cal overall)

1 cup of peanut butter (2660cal overall)

32oz of Cold stone creamery's chocalate peanut butter ice cream (3960cal)

12oz of extra virgin olive oil (2880cal overall)

1 cup of whipped shea butter, with half a cup of coconut oil, and half a cup of olive oil (3944cal)

7 oz of sweetened condensed milk (910cal)

Half a box of yellow cake batter with pistachio pudding and vanilla extract added in(3401cal)

2tbsp of liquid soy lecithin (240 cal) this is the emulsifier for the oil, but also for to make everything here mix, i would add more, but apparently the side effects of going over 30mg are gastrointestinal upset (uh) and dizziness, the 2 I theorize coming from leftover hexane residue from the extraction process of the lecithin, so be weary if you would add more.

Overall total of 25845 calories
Anything else I could add? add more of something or subtract from another? lemme know. Just imagine the densest gainer shake possible because I know what I proposed isn't it but any ideas?
 

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One hundred U.S. fluid ounces would be just over 3 U.S. quarts, which is a bit LESS than the capacity of a typical adult human stomach. If one consumed it (additional to a regular "maintenance" diet) in one day, and it were fully digested, the result would be a weight gain for the day greater than 7 pounds.
 

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This is an updated shake

32oz of boost vhc (2120cal overall) this is my replacement for whole milk

6oz of benecalorie (1320cal overall)

UPDATE: 1 pint of heavy cream with 4tbsp of strawberry syrup (1800cal)

448g of cytocarb (1620cal overall)

.625 cups of nutella (2000cal overall)

1 cup of peanut butter (2660cal overall)

32oz of Cold stone creamery's chocalate peanut butter ice cream (3960cal)

12oz of extra virgin olive oil (2880cal overall)

1 cup of shea butter, half a cup of coconut oil, and half a cup of olive oil (3944cal)

7 oz of sweetened condensed milk (910cal)

UPDATE: This is gonna be the whole cake recipe

Half a box of yellow cake mix (1300cal)

4 eggs (288 cal)

1 cup of ghee (4320 cal)

1.25 cups of whole milk with huel (700cal)

1.5 cups of buttercream frosting (1680cal)

half a box of jello pistachio pudding (200cal)

1tbsp of vanila extract (38cal)

8 packets of Milkflow Fenugreek + Blessed Thistle Powder Drink Mix (320cal)

12 scoops of lactase enzyme powder

2tbsp of liquid soy lecithin (240 cal)

This come to 32300 calories
 

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32oz of boost very high calorie (2120cal overall), this is my replacement for whole milk
6oz of benecalorie (1320cal overall)
1 pint of heavy cream with 4tbsp of strawberry syrup (1800cal)
224g of maltodextrin (810cal)
224g of dextrose (810cal)
.625 cups of Nutella (2000cal overall)
1 cup of peanut butter (2660cal overall)
32oz of Cold stone creamery's chocolate peanut butter ice cream (3960cal)
12oz of extra virgin olive oil (2880cal overall)
1 cup of shea butter, half a cup of coconut oil, and half a cup of olive oil (3944cal)
7 oz of sweetened condensed milk (910cal)
Half a box of yellow cake mix (900cal)
2 eggs (144 cal)
1/2 cup of ghee (2160 cal)
.75 cups of evaporated milk (240cal)
1.5 cups of buttercream frosting (1680cal)
half a box of jello pistachio pudding (200cal)
1tbsp of vanilla extract (38cal)
3 scoops Milkflow Fenugreek + Blessed Thistle Chai flavored Powder Drink Mix (180cal)
12 scoops of lactase enzyme powder
3 1/3tbsp of liquid soy lecithin (400 cal)
2 three musketeers bars (480 cal)
2 boxes of green tea pocky (400 cal)
8 tbsp of chia seed (552 cal)
4 avocados (1156 cal)
12 tbsp of honey (768 cal)
2 tbsp of cream cheese (100 cal)
2 tsp of ground cinnamon (12cal)
4 tbsp of tahini (360 cal)
4 large bananas (484 cal)
3 dates (60 cal)
1 tbsp of lime juice (10 cal)
This comes to 33038 calories
 

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If you eliminated the dates and the lime juice (minus 70 cal), this would be the "light" version.
As in to consume? also, I miscalculated this comes to 30456 calories actually but if you add a cup of raisins and 16 Great American Cookie snickerdoodle cookies, this comes to 34996 calories
 

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Question: Why the oil? Seems like an odd ingredient for a shake...
 

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I don't know that this shake recipe would work for me . I doubt I would like the way it tastes and therefore wouldn't drink it. If I did drink it, I would probably end up throwing up so that wouldn't work either. You lost me at the peanut butter.
 

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Question: Why the oil? Seems like an odd ingredient for a shake...
It's just calorically dense and you can mix it with another liquid like water or the like by adding some teaspoons of soy lecithin
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I don't know that this shake recipe would work for me . I doubt I would like the way it tastes and therefore wouldn't drink it. If I did drink it, I would probably end up throwing up so that wouldn't work either. You lost me at the peanut butter.
Yeah I should have taken consideration for digestion, so I added digestive enzymes and this recipe's outdated anyway here's the new one

2 cups of any cooking oil (3840cal)
1 cup of coconut oil (2060cal)
1 cup of unsalted European style butter (1760cal)
2 cups of avocado powder (1072cal)
8 heaping scoops of serious mass (5400cal)
220g of maltodextrin (798cal)
220g of sucralose (880cal)
2 cups of any torani signature syrup (3200cal)
2 cups of light corn syrup (1920cal)
8 benecalories (2640cal)
16 tsp of liquid soy lecithin (640cal)
2 cups of chia seed (2208cal)
4 cups of banana chips (5440cal)
16 eggs (1152cal)
32 nestle tollhouse ultimate choclate chip lovers cookies (5760cal)
6 tbsp of peanut butter (570cal)
4 tbsp of nutella (400cal)
10.5oz of raisins (720cal)
10.5oz of dried apricots (800cal)
1 cup of heavy cream (800cal)
1/2 cup of haagen daz chocalate peanut butter ice cream (360cal)
9 tsp of absorbaid digestive enzyme (90cal)
Here it is at 42530 calories here in 72oz of liquid with a single cup coming out to 4725 calories per cup.
 

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Still doesn't work for me. I like a simple ice cream malt: ice cream, half & half, 1 portion Benacal, malt syrup, vanilla and 9 milligrams melatonin right before bed. (Add your favorite flavoring so you don't get bored with it.) About 32 ounces every night should work. That will taste good and will have enough calories to get the job done. The above recipes seem to want to pack in high calorie ingredients with little regard for how it will taste. If it doesn't taste good, I'm not going to drink it.
 

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I like egg nog, with ice cream, I can chug a whole lotta of that stuff!
It's pretty fattening too.
Repeatedly filling up my mixer throughout the day and chugging sort of helps make a body grow too, lol.
 

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my dream shake is simple, betty crockers butter and herb mashed potatoes, but extra liquidy and still thick, that tastes real good.
 

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my dream shake is simple, betty crockers butter and herb mashed potatoes, but extra liquidy and still thick, that tastes real good.
Sounds horrible. It might work for you, but not for me. I'm not into processed foods. I might like to taste something like that made from scratch but I would want it as food, not drink. I still wouldn't want it as a weight gain shake.
 

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Sounds horrible. It might work for you, but not for me. I'm not into processed foods. I might like to taste something like that made from scratch but I would want it as food, not drink. I still wouldn't want it as a weight gain shake.
yeah, the processed stuff is good, my best friend eats like crazy and she is heavy, so it seems to work lol
 

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"The processed stuff is good"? Fact is there is a trade-off for everything in life. You would probably get fatter faster eating junk food, but you'll probably die younger too. If you're not concerned about that, I recommend Oreo's. The stuff in the middle is primarily Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil (HVO). It will make you fat and raise your LDL Cholesterol through the roof. (What's the point of getting fat if you're no longer alive for you or anyone else to enjoy it?) I'm not saying it's bad, but it's not what I want.

Getting back to the topic, drinking soupy mash potatoes still doesn't work for me. If it were just about getting fat, I would think simple syrup and insulin shots would probably work very well (and probably bring on diabetes too). I want to get fatter by consuming things that tastes good. Soupy mash potatoes sounds disgusting to me, but if that's what you like, go for it. But it is not the same as a WG shake.
 

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The topic of this thread seems to be weight gain shakes. The eggnog shake was a good suggestion, but most of these recipes seem to be combining ingredients for calorie content instead of taste. Avocado powder? (Really???) I'd prefer my avocado fresh in guacamole, thank you. And if I'm going to consume nut butter, make mine natural cashew butter mixed with banana and honey on bread, thank you. (I'm not just a feedee but also a foodie.) For me, it's not just about getting fatter. I also want to enjoy the tastes in the foods making me fatter.

There is a popular misconception (promoted by the sugar companies) that fat makes you fat. Fat doesn't make you fat; it makes you feel full and when you feel full, you don't feel like eating anymore. Calories make you fat and sugar has lots of empty, (as in non-filling), calories. The idea of using a low density vitamin like Epulor or Benecalorie is not just to add calories, but should also act as an appetite stimulant. (One dose should be enough.)

Any decent tasting shake is going to include ice cream and milk. That should be enough dietary fat. If you want to add calories then add sweeteners (like malt syrup, for example). You might also like to try different flavors (vanilla, chocolate, almond, butterscotch, pineapple, etc.) so it doesn't get boring. By keeping the recipe simple, you leave space for flavorings to be added.

The best time to drink a WG shake is right before going to bed so the calories convert straight into body fat. (This is why I add melatonin to my recipe.)
 

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huh, drinking before bed, never thought of that. i would gain, i just fear losing my precious "member", at such a big size
 

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