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Great diet treat! I added Splenda as well! Great sub for ice cream. Does not come close to that high fat and sugar treat but a good way to get a cold treat without ruining your diet!

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) September 28, 2010

This was very nice on a hot summer night. I added a half tsp of Splenda, which made it a little sweet, but followed the recipe otherwise. I only blended for 4 min, I used my Magic Bullet and had to stop when the volume of the milk had increased so much it wouldn't fit anymore! Will make again with a bigger blender, never knew you could eat skim milk with a spoon! Trying with cocoa next!

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GIBride01 July 09, 2010

My Oster blender struggled with this, Maybe in a Vita-mix you would get complete foam? Liked it with pumpkin pie spice and stevia.

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LakeMom534 December 24, 2009

This was very easy to throw together. I decided to make it because I'm gestational diabetic and miss having fun indulgences like shakes ;-). It gave me that same texture without the carbs! I think in the future I'm going to try adding a little splenda to the mix for some sweetness. The vanilla and cinnamon flavor was really good. I like Been There, Baked That's idea about experimenting with other flavors too. Thanks so much for posting...this is one I'm going to be enjoying often!

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Outnumbered By Peanuts November 26, 2008

this is awesome, healthy, and delicious! My family didn't know it was skim milk!

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Mrs. Wright November 23, 2008

Last night was really cold so I decided to try this warm. I skipped the ice cubes and replaced the cinnamon with a little grated nutmeg. It was fantastic and I slept like a baby... Thank you for posting. Forgot to add, I used 1 cup of skim milk to make up for the ice and an immersion blender to whip it up. I think next time I might add a tsp of cocoa powder...

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Karen's Krazy Kitchen November 21, 2008

It's almost too easy! This is a great basic recipe & I love that it is fat free! I added a dash of nutmeg after pouring into the glass. I plan on experimenting with additional flavors and additions..like, pumpkin pie spice, or coffee...

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Been There, Baked That October 11, 2008
Whipped Skim Milk (W/Vanilla and Cinnamon)