Mar 11, 2016

Apple Berry Milkshake

It feels wonderful to be back after a long break. How have all of you been?
Before we knew it, winter turned to summer in Bangalore. With exams on, and summer heat in full force, we are constantly searching for chilling, refreshing drinks. Surely, staying cool and hydrated has to include delicious and inviting options, correct?
This apple berry milkshake has been the answer to such heated discussions about the best drink in summer. The sudden jump in season from winter to summer made plenty of winter produce like apples and strawberries still available in the market. So, we are making the best use of it.
Made with only 3-4 ingredients, this milkshake can be blended in no time, but tastes best when chilled. So make sure you stock up on chilled milk in your fridge! We are exploring many more liquid deliciousness at our home. Stay tuned for more such chilling posts!Winking smile
Healthy delicious Apple Berry Shake
ALLERGY INFORMATION
  • Contains lactose. People with lactose intolerance can substitute coconut milk or almond milk in place of dairy milk.
  • Does NOT contain gluten, yeast, soya, nuts, corn, eggs.
Preparation time – 10 minutes, Cooking time – nil. Chilling time – 2 hours, Serves - 2
YOU NEED
COOKWARE – Blender, peeler, knife, glasses to serve
INGREDIENTS -
  1. 1 Red Delicious or Fuji apple
  2. 4-5 strawberries
  3. 400 ml chilled skim milk
  4. 1 drop vanilla extract
  5. 1-2 teaspoons sugar (optional)
METHOD
  1. Rinse the fruits thoroughly. Peel and core the apple. Hull the strawberries. Chop the fruits up roughly.
  2. Add the chopped fruits to a blender, pour in half the chilled milk, vanilla extract and blend to super smooth and frothy milk shake. Top up with rest of milk and blend in too.
  3. Taste and add sugar only if needed. Blend for another minute if you are using sugar.
  4. Serve in tall glasses. Top with ice cubes if you wish to.
Cool shakes to beat the heat
Apple Berry Milkshake

1 comment:

Abhilash Sen said...

Such a delicious recipe, thank you for sharing! And yes I did take your advice and stocked up on my favourite pride of cows milk beforehand. You were right! It does taste so much better when chilled.