How to Make a NOYOKE Shake
So you’re probably not facing legitimate starvation.
Likely, your struggles are one or more of the following:
- You want to lose some weight.
- You want to build some muscle.
- Right now, few things sound more delicious than a milkshake.
And, I feel ya.
But I have one question. Have you tried a NOYOKE Shake?
Why NOYOKE Shakes are so Great
These milkshakes are so many things. They’re:
- The dessert you crave.
- The meal replacement you need.
- The thing you can make for yourself in seconds, perfectly every time.
And yes, they’re delicious.
They’re loaded with protein, calcium, dietary fiber, and healthy fats.
You know, the stuff that gets you:
- Long-lasting energy.
- Strong bones.
- Help with digestion.
But what’s most important is that they’re so, so good.
The only problem is they don’t make themselves. You gotta make ’em.
And I hope you do soon.
The Benefit Behind the Benefit
Wanna know the REAL reason why I want you to start making NOYOKE Shakes?
Sure, they delicious and nutritious. Sure, they’ll probably help you lose some weight or build some muscle.
And yes, they might even help you get rid of the symptoms of Western diseases.
But that’s not why I want these drinks in your life.
Here’s the real reason:
As you start to notice changes in the way you look and feel, something else is gonna change: your tastes.
Slowly, you’ll want less processed, sugary, middle-of-the-aisle snacks.
Instead, you’re gonna CRAVE food made with whole food ingredients.
Real food that will change you (and eventually change the world).
So yes, NOYOKE shakes will get you what you want today. But it will get ME what I want, tomorrow.
How did these come to be?
See my egg white smoothie story.
Can you buy these in the store?
Nope. You gotta make ’em fresh.
Can I sell these in my store?
Any smoothie or juice bar is invited to serve NOYOKE shakes as long as they attribute the drink to Life is NOYOKE. For questions, please contact.
What do liquid pasteurized egg whites taste like?
Liquid pasteurized egg whites have no taste. Now, I don’t recommend drinking them plain. But in a shake like this, you cannot taste them at all.
Are these shakes or smoothies?
Whatever you want to call them. I’ve found the best variations to be more like milkshakes. Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana, Banna Oatmeal, Peanut Butter Jelly, etc. But green smoothies are also good with some egg whites.
What blender was used in the video?
The most delicious, healthiest "milkshake" you can possibly make.
- BASIC TEMPLATE
- almond milk - 1/2 cup
- liquid pasteurized egg whites - 1/2 cup
- frozen banana - 1/2 whole
- ice - 1/2 cup
- stevia - a little bit
- OPTIONAL ADD-INS
- flaxseed - 1 T
- peanut butter - 2 T
- unsweetened cocoa powder - 1 T
- raw oats - 1/2 cup
- Add ingredients, liquid first.
- Blend for a minute.
- Be happy.
NOTE 1: This is the basic template. For your first, I recommend using ALL the optional add-ins. You’ll get a delicious, hearty, chocolate peanut butter shake. If you’re looking to branch out, try to create your own. Or, follow the recipe for one of my favorites: Banna Oatmeal, Peanut Butter Jelly, or Apple Pie.
NOTE 2: You can make these virgin style (without any egg whites). Just substitute almond milk where it calls for egg whites.
Useful tips for NOYOKE Shakes
Start with the basic blueprint and branch out from there.
Also, be sure to add SOME type of sweetener. It can be stevia, agave nectar, dates, honey, whatever you like. It helps bring out all the flavors.
Kelly Bailey -
I usually use Oat Milk and lactose free Greek yogurt for protein in my shakes (along with a vanilla protein powder). What consistency do egg whites add once blended?
Susan Bulcken -
Can I use coconut milk? Almond milk and I don’t play well together.
Lenny Gale -
We haven’t tested it, but it should work. Give it a try and report back! 🙂
Catherine Soliz-Rey -
Hi! What brand do you use for the egg whites
Lenny Gale -
Hi, we get ours from Trader Joe’s. But the ones at Costco are fine, too. 🙂