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Will blending strawberries and milk constitute a strawberry milkshake? watch

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    What the title says. I want strawberry milkshake but I'm sure that this option will be cheaper and a bit healthier than me going out to buy one.
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    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html

    Do you have sugar and ice cream?
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    Sugar yes, ice cream no
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    It should but I doubt it will taste as nice, there's a lot of sugar and other ingrediants blended into milkshakes you buy from outside which makes them taste :thumbsup:
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html

    Do you have sugar and ice cream?
    Or they could mush ice cubes as a less fattening alternative to ice cream
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    Yep - add a bit of ice cream as well to make it thicker
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    (Original post by noodles!)
    Sugar yes, ice cream no
    All you need are strawberries and cold milk.
    Blend it and away you go.
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    Strawberries + Milk + thickener (natural yogurt, ice cream or bananas depending on how healthy you want to be) + caster sugar
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    (Original post by noodles!)
    Sugar yes, ice cream no
    Use ice cubes instead.
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    ice cream, or yoghurt to thicken it. However just get tesco version of nesquick and make it that way? because strawberries are quite pricey
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    Nope

    Strawberries, Vanilla Icecream, Milk and Sugar make a Strawberry milkshake.
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    You have to shake it, not blend it







    I'll go now...
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    I think usually strawberry milkshake has icecream in it.

    I think that sounds like more of a smoothie.

    I made myself a blackberry, strawberry and raspberry smoothie today - was awesome.
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    Oreos + Milk + Ice Cream :coma:
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    Thanks, I might just have a go, if all else fails I'll add some bananas and pretend it was a smoothie!
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    Use frozen strawberries..
    For smoothies I use fresh Bananas, apples, kiwis etc ..
    but frozen ".....berries" and pineapple etc.
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    Gotta use some ice-cream or something...

    Hate to be the bringer of bad news, but I've tried just strawberries and milk and it was bleeeurgh. :no:
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/e...ipe/index.html

    Do you have sugar and ice cream?
    Heart attack in a glass!!
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    (Original post by H.C. Chinaski)
    Heart attack in a glass!!
    Well it's not exactly a lettuce leaf!

    If you want to diet, watch this video - it's awesome.
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