Berry Egg-White Shake by Afroze Ali, cancer survivor

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Preparation Time 5 minutes Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 Cost Per Serving $2.35
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1/2 cupFrozen Blueberries or Cherries
1 cupPasteurized Egg Whites
2 tbspHoney
2 tbspWater
Energy Boosters
18% Cream (optional)
Honey (in addition to the honey in the recipe)
Protein Boosters
Hemp Hearts
Greek Yogurt
Protein Powder


  1. Put all the ingredients into a blender. Blend until smooth and serve.


  • How do you cook for people with different nutrition needs? For example, some people may be trying to lose weight and need to prepare meals and snacks that are on the lighter side, while other family members may be losing weight without trying and need higher calorie options. Instead of preparing multiple meals, start with a healthy recipe and then add calorie and protein boosters to the portion being served to the person who needs more calories. This is a great way to save time and effort in the kitchen!
  • Raw eggs contain bacteria that can make you sick. A side effect of many cancer treatments is they weaken your immune system, making it harder for your body to fight off infections. For this reason, you need to be especially careful about food safety. Make sure you cook eggs to 74 degrees Celsius (165 degrees Fahrenheit) to kill off any harmful bacteria. In recipes that call for raw or undercooked eggs, use pasteurized eggs or egg whites. Pasteurization means that the food has been heated to destroy any bacteria that could make you sick.