Who doesn’t love milkshakes? Milkshakes are the universal during hot summer days and also make excellent snacks for those who prefer drinking rather that eating snacks.
The recipes are different, but let’s start with the fundamentals. Buy yourself a good blender, it shouldn’t be that expensive and you can get it from some other superstore. A simple milkshake is dependent upon your tastes, do you like apples? Do like oranges? Whatever you preference is, you can simply throw in the ingredients with two cups of skimmed milk – tastes better – and you will have a milkshake in no time. Another means to do it, if it’s really hot, is to get low-fat ice-cream and add it into the mixture. If you’re a fan of nuts, you can chop them up and add them to the milkshake.
For those bodybuilding, you can always add protein powder and a couple of egg whites for maximum success. However; for such a milkshake, ensure you keep it in the refrigerator and don’t drink it after two days – you don’t want to risk the eggs going bad.
You could always try different variations with ice cubes instead of ice-cream; it gives it a crunchier feeling. A classic trick some chefs employed was to add a small amount of ginger, since ginger makes almost anything taste great. Some people prefer vegetable shakes to milkshakes; you could always put your veggies in the blender based on your preference. Such shakes are perfect for those with ulcers and gastric ailments.
If you’re the kind of person who can’t stand anything unsweetened, you can try adding a teaspoon of honey; it adds fewer calories than putting actual sugar. Other developments such adding a teaspoon of coffee or another stimulant should be done with care, and always remember to keep your shakes and milkshakes inside the boundaries of you diet for ultimate success.