Beverages/Smoothies

Thirsty Thursday | Strawberry Apple Milkshake | No Sugar Milkshake | Fruit Milkshake

Milkshakes are nutritious and easy to make. Versatile, you can use your favorite fruits. Many people have a milkshake each morning for breakfast and they also make a quick healthy snack. They are a great way to get kids to drink a cool drink packed with fruit, vegetables, vitamins, and calcium all depending on what you mix in them.

Strawberry Apple Milkshake

The great thing about milkshake is, you can be creative and can add your favorite fruit. One of my son’s favorite fruit is Strawberry. Strawberries have one of the lowest sugar contents of any fruit and are full of vitamin C and vitamin K. They also contain significant amounts of phytonutrients and flavonoids both of which are responsible for that beautiful bright red color.

No Sugar Milkshake

I used frozen strawberries in this recipe because they add an ice cream element to the shake. As well as the milk, to add calcium, red apple for sweetness. When it comes to milkshakes, the fruit is typically what makes them sweet and delicious. However, when you combine several types of fruits into a single drink, the natural sugar content can start to add up quickly.

Healthy Milkshake

Strawberry Apple Milkshake | No Sugar Milkshake | Fruit Milkshake

This milkshake is sugar-free and quick and easy to make. Just toss the ingredients in a blender and it’s done.

My Son – Reyansh (Creative Director)

Ingredients :

For Milkshake:

Frozen sliced strawberries – 2 cups

Red apple – 1 small

Milk – 1 & 1/2 cups

For Garnishing:

Sliced Strawberry – 2

No Sugar Milkshake

Method :

  1. Mix all the above milkshake ingredients with 1/2 cup of milk and blend until smooth.
  2. Now add the remaining 1 cup of milk and blend everything.
  3. Garnish with sliced strawberry.
Healthy Fruit Milkshake

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