The best way to start the morning is with a glass of milkshake. Whatever you may choose to have for breakfast, eggs, toast, cereal, porridge or fresh fruit, strawberry milkshake perfectly complements all breakfast dishes. It’s filling and can keep you going without a food refill for a long time.
Strawberry milkshake can be made from fresh strawberries, strawberry syrup or frozen strawberry pulp. The recipe is simple enough: blend together strawberries, milk and sugar (to taste), and voila, a glass of frothy strawberry milkshake is ready! For extra richness you can also add a scoop of ice cream — vanilla or strawberry, the choice is yours. On a hot summer day, nothing refreshes like a chilled glass of strawberry milkshake. If by mid-day you feel exhausted and in need of something to fuel your energy, a glass of strawberry milkshake will revive you like nothing else!
Strawberry milkshake pairs particularly well with fast food like burgers, pizzas, French fries, sandwiches, etc. It also helps to wash down the greasy, sticky feeling that remains in the mouth after eating too much cheese. While strawberry milkshake loaded with ice tastes divine in the summer, it tastes just as good in the winters when served at room temperature or moderately cold. Some folks like their drink coarsely blended, with bite-sized pieces of strawberry to chew on, while others prefer to have their strawberry milkshake blended to an extremely fine texture. Either way, the milkshake is a winner!
Strawberry milkshake can be made with full fat, low fat or skimmed milk, depending on individual preference. Some like to top it with nuts, others with chopped fresh strawberries.
What’s more, milkshake is great with Indian dishes too; finish off a meal of roti, rice and vegetables with a glass of strawberry milkshake, and there’s no need whatsoever for dessert!