but somehow delicious tasting shake made it my way. I was lucky enough to snag some samples from NutriKeto and I finally decided to try my luck at enjoying a breakfast ketone shake (I’ll get into my whole Ketogenic lifestyle later … that’s a whole sub-blog that I need to spend days on), but I’ll be damned, it was delicious. Accidentally though, I used way too much water. I figured I’d drink some of the bottled water, mix it in and shake. HAH. I was left with clumps. Lesson Learned: use the shaker. So, by the time I poured it into the only available vessel fit to shake with a top, the contents began to meld into what can only be described as CAKE BATTER. Yes…friends, CAKE BATTER for breakfast. Lo and behold, I was enjoying this for breakfast, and it is certainly keto friendly. 216 calories, 20g fat 3g carbs, 2 g sugars (includes 0g added sugars).
Ingredients: Sweet Cream, MCT Oil, Freeze Dried Whole Egg, Whey Protein, KetoSalt, Natural Flavorings, Cinnamon, Stevia* (yes, I know, I strive for Erythritol, but Stevia is #2). All in all, I’ll take it.
Tomorrow, I’m going to mix it right and hopefully not drink cake batter flavored water (which, surprisingly? NOT BAD), but when I got to the thickness of the cake batter?? 5 stars. I’ll be ordering, and if you are keto, you should consider it too!!
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