Cooler Sodas, Berry Mashes , Milkshakes(On the Road Recipe)

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Total Time
5mins
Prep
5 mins
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0 mins

We traveled with a cooler plugged into the lighter oulet in the semi. Juices,fruit,milk berries held. Recipes originated in Door County when I picked up the sweetest, biggest rasberries this side of heaven. Enjoy!Recipe is for one big serving,We hauled part of a log home from Montana to the shore of Lake Michigan. The ridge pole was so long it stuck out over the truck hood and to the end of a 52' trailer. Not fun when you have rough roads the huge pole is bouncing on top, Enjoy! P.S. The bozo who owned the property opened our truck cab and jumped in and took a picture of the cab and sleeper without permission! How rude! I had unmentionables hanging to dry in the back! He said, I just wanted to see how truckers lived and to record this day. He wouldn't let us wash our hands, just for family use, we had to walk down to the lake!

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Directions

  1. Take tall styrofoam or plastic cups with lids or your steel large coffe cups with lids and add berries. Mash with plastic fork.Add half & half or milk, plus sugar or splenda.
  2. For Soda: Add pop, favor of your choice.
  3. Mix with fork.
  4. For Smash: Add torn bread pieces, and mix with fork.
  5. For Milkshake: Stop at a truckstop and get one scoop of ice cream and plop it in and shake.
  6. Note: For shakes, you can use a large zip lock bag and shake, shake, shake and pour it in your cup if desired.
  7. This staved off the hunger pangs and helped the food budget while on the road many times. and -- you were able to sample locally produced fruit, Yummm!