Recipe by POLGARA
"A thick and creamy milkshake that is so good it will make your taste buds go crazy! For a thinner milkshake, add more milk. For a thicker milkshake, use less milk."
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vanilla ice cream
1 1/2 cups
Delicious and took less time then waiting in line for one at McDonalds (by the way did you all know fast food shakes dont contain dairy? they're a whipped oil product..ick!). This recipe was cool and refreshing, and I made mine with fat free frozen yoghurt and skim milk so I can just imagine how creamy and sweet it would taste using the regular ingridients!
The ingredients were correct however the amounts led to a very runny milkshake. We added two additional scoops of icecream (all of our scoops were made with an icecream scoop and the scoops were large)and an additional ice cube. Then it needed a little more flavor so we added more vanilla.
I loved this milkshake! I gave it to all my friends and they loved it. I've tried many different milkshakes but this one is the best I've tried.
Made for the kids. Used vanilla custard and added a cherry to the top. Thanks
very good. very easy and I loved how this recipe actually uses ingredients that I have on hand. Nice and creamy and good vanilla flavor. Will definatly make again.
While making this recipe, I used the amount of ice cream than called for, and after blending it was still absolutely soupy. I tried another scoop, but it wasn't much better, and had too much vanilla. The milkshake was good, but not what I was expecting.
This milkshake was very bad. I just made it and i can still taste the bad taste. I added extra icecream because I tried makeing a milkshake earlier that made barely 1 cup and that might have been where I went wrong. I gave this milkshake a second star because the ingredients is very easy to fingd and put together. Overall I reccomend trying a different milkshake!
This was pretty good, but it barely made 1 serving, and 1 1/2 cups of milk would have been way too much. I used only 1 cup and it was too thin. I made a second batch omitted the milk entirely and poured the first batch in. The two batches together made almost 2 servings.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Vanilla Milkshake V
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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