Two ingredient strawberry milkshake + recipeoftheweek

Two ingredient strawberry milkshake

Oooh, store-bee! – Miss J,1

We’ve been enjoying the sunshine this weekend, which has been thirsty work and called for milkshakes! This recipe makes enough for two large sundae-style glasses of milkshake, and with 200g of strawberries per glass, I’m pretty sure it’ll count as one of your five a day.

Here’s what to do…


  • 400g fresh strawberries
  • 225g vanilla ice cream


  1. Wash and top the strawberries (save 2 for later)
  2. Chuck them in the blender (we used our Vitamix) and whiz until smooth
  3. Add the ice cream and whiz again until it has an even pink colour
  4. Pour carefully into the glasses and add a straw to each
  5. Grab the two strawberries you saved earlier and make a slit from the tip to 3/4 of the way up
  6. Attach the strawberries to the side of the glass

Simple, refreshing, delicious. If you wanted, you could add sugar or syrup, but I don’t think it needs it as the strawberries are so sweet this time of year.

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