This is incredibly tasty considering what it’s made of, and blows the lid off of any of those protein drinks out there. And…you can throw this in a travel mug to go on the way to the office, which beats skipping breakfast. This protein shake is high in fiber, B vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and protein. Some people don’t like the idea of raw eggs, but raw protein will be loved by your body and you WILL feel a difference sometimes after just one shake. We’ve been using raw eggs in shakes and eggnog for years and haven’t gotten sick once. You will have more energy from raw protein, less fat because eggs are very lean with almost no fat, and all the B12 and other B vitamins that are destroyed by heat will remain in tack which will reduce nerve problems and inflammation of any kind.
1 cup ground and soaked buckwheat grains. (Grind raw buckwheat groats (kernels) in a coffee grinder, pour room temp water over them and let soak overnight or a minimum of an hour.)
1-2 raw eggs, (be sure to wash the eggshells with soap and water before cracking open the egg. – Read our eggnog recipe for a safe way to use raw eggs. Salmonella is on the eggshells, not the egg inside.)
1 cup almond or soy milk
1/2 cup frozen blueberries, raspberries or strawberries
1 tsp maple syrup (optional, this is only for taste)
The next morning, put all the above ingredients in a blender. Blend for about 30 seconds, pour in a glass or travel mug and out the door you go. Make sure to keep shaking it up though, because the grains will settle to the bottom.Add to Favorites