The indisputable benefits of milk — it contains so much useful for the body, especially children, of various substances. But not always just have the desire to drink milk or eat milk porridge, in this case, the milkshake will be a delicious and beautiful alternative. And for those who like milk with all my heart, milkshake, and so is one of the best treats. Here you will find many original recipes smoothies that will help you to diversify your menu to impress your friends, to please the kids.
Milkshake with ice cream
— milk — 200 g
— ice cream — 50-100 g
— berry or fruit syrup — 30 ml
Pour into the blender the milk, put the ice cream. Beat on medium speed for 15-30 seconds. The longer you whisk — the more magnificent will be a cocktail. But there’s a flip side — if very long whip, cocktail may become watery, so the best Continue reading
There are some secrets of milkshakes that will help to make delicious milkshakes.
1. Main component, of course, is milk. Perfect for cocktails will be pasteurized. If cook children’s cocktail – choose all natural products, but not milk drinks from powder.
2. When lactose intolerance in children cow’s milk substitute soy, low-lactose or dairy natural yogurt without filler.
3. The main rule of milkshake is the basis for the cocktail must be cold.
Warm milk whipped worse, not get air. Therefore, before preparing the milk keep in refrigerator and add ice cream is one of the important components of a milkshake.
To 1 Cup of milk and I take 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream, 5 strawberries or 0.5 banana and 1-2 teaspoons Continue reading
Buckwheat porridge with milk is one of those dishes to which we are accustomed from childhood, namely kindergartens and schools. Despite the usefulness of this dish, lately cook it less and less, and the children of today, in the majority, refused this cereal. To rectify the situation and to instill a love of buckwheat will help our unusual recipes below.
Buckwheat with milk – recipe with cocoa
How to cook buckwheat with milk, which the child then wants to eat? This question torments thousands of caring mothers desperately trying to instill in her children a love of useful cereals. This recipe is sort of a cheat code, to fake, can make children of all ages to not only look in the direction of buckwheat porridge, but even to ask her supplements.
buckwheat – 1 tbsp.;
milk – 2 tbsp.;
water Continue reading