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How to Make a Strawberry Milkshake in 4 Simple Steps

By Alice T Breeze. Updated: January 20, 2017
How to Make a Strawberry Milkshake in 4 Simple Steps

Milkshakes are a great way of having fruit, especially for the children in your house. They're also ideal for summer, as they must be served cold or even iced.

You can make a milkshake out of anything: Cranberry, Oreo... But OneHowTo.com would like to show you how to prepare one of the most common; discover how to make a strawberry milkshake in 4 simple steps!

You'll need:
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Steps to follow:
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The first step to make a strawberry milkshake is to wash the strawberries thoroughly under the tap, get rid of the leaves and cut them into small pieces that are more or less equal in size.

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Next, put the strawberries in a bowl and add the sugar to sweeten them. Let them rest for a while in their juice (15-30 minutes).

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After this time has passed, put the strawberries in the milk and blend them with a blender or a juicer until all the ingredients have turned into a creamy milkshake.

You can also substitute the milk for cooking cream in you want a creamier texture for your milkshake.

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Last but not least, leave the strawberry milkshake in the fridge for 1 or 2 hours until it's cold. When serving it, you can decorate the glass with a strawberry or adding sugar to the border of the glass.

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Tips
  • Once it's blended add as much sugar as you like.

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