"The best strawberry shake in the world comes from my grandma's kitchen in Florida!" — Tawny
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I doubled this recipe for two servings. I used frozen strawberries because I wanted to omit the ice as well as lactose-free whole milk. My kids both liked this, though my oldest thought it needs more strawberries. This turns out a very thin strawberry "smoothie" so keep that in mind when you make this.
I added a scoop of strawberry ice cream, a little cranberry juice and pinch of sugar to it. It didn't have too much taste but it was okay.
What a great milkshake! And all i did was add all the ingredients into a Thermomix for 30 seconds and you have a brilliant milkshake!. I've tried some good shakes in my time but this has to be the best! Thanks
Nice review, but when I made it, I had to add some sugar
Nowhere near thick enough for me.
This was a little bland. It needs to be sweeter.
A good healthy alternative to milkshakes; this is really more of a smoothie. It wasn't quite as sweet as I like it to be, so I added a splash of orange juice. I loved the vanilla-honey aftertaste; it made it seem much more like a milkshake. Yummy and healthy; I would make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Grandma's Strawberry Milkshake
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 46
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