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Shake Things Up With Fun Milkshakes

   By: Donna Monday


Milkshakes have been around since the old days of drugstore soda fountains. Now days we tend to drink milkshakes mainly when we go out for a bite to eat at a fast food restaurant.

Milkshakes are healthy (they contain calcium) and delicious. The most common milkshake flavors are: strawberry, vanilla and chocolate.

But you don’t have to wait for your next fast food trip to enjoy a frothy, cold milkshake. Why not whip out your blender and make your own?

Milkshakes are extremely easy to make and only take a minute or two. Kids especially love milkshakes. What a great way to get them to drink more milk.

If you’re bored with the regular strawberry, vanilla and chocolate milkshakes, try these mouth-watering variations:

Blueberry Breakfast Milkshake – with fresh blueberries and apple juice

Peanut Butter Cup Milkshake – with peanut butter cups and chocolate syrup

Jello Milkshake – with any flavor jello and vanilla ice cream

Chocolate Cherry Milkshake – with cherries and chocolate syrup

Chunky Monkey Milkshake – with bananas and chocolate chips

Vanilla Vision Milkshake – with vanilla pudding

Pumpkin Pie Milkshake – with canned pumpkin and cinnamon

Coffee Fudge Swirl Milkshake – with instant coffee and fudge ripple ice cream

Strawberry Orange Milkshake – with fresh strawberries and orange juice

Irish Milkshake – with Irish cream liquor

Chocolate Tofu Milkshake – with bananas, cocoa powder and maple syrup

You can find these refreshing cold drink milkshake recipes online with the click of your mouse. So start shaking things up with a fun milkshake today!

Copyright 2004

Donna Monday is a contributing author at: http://www.1st-milkshake-n-smoothie-recipes.com.


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