By alligirl on June 13, 2010
Photo by AlainaF
Photo by AlainaF
"While the adults are drinking their Pimms' Cup, keep with the Wimbledon theme and fix the kiddies these scrumptious milkshakes. The adults may want one too! Taken from wimbledonstrawberries.com; modified and posted for ZWT."
Serving Size: 1 (506 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Absolutely loved it! Unfortunately didn't have strawberries on hand and had to use evaporated milk instead of light cream but it was still sooooo good! The whole family loved it!"
"Such a wonderful milkshake! I kept to the recipe, and enjoyed every sip of it. It was very creamy and very smooth, just the way I like it. It's also very easy to double."
"I am a strawberry fanatic and this shake was awesome! I used frozen strawberries and omitted the ice, and I also used heavy cream in place of the lite cream and used skim milk as well. I did have to add a bit more honey to make it a tad sweeter, but either way the shake tastes great and is perfect for any strawberry dessert lover. Thanks for posting! Made for ZWT8."
"I made half the recipe, used 1/2 c 2% milk, frozen strawberries, and skipped the ice. This was very tasty. I love it! Thanks for posting Alli. Made for your Football Pool 2010 - SUPERBOWL win."
"Oh yummy!!! I made this using frozen strawberries and vanilla ice cream, so I added more strawberries then called for and left out the honey (sweet enough for my tastes) and ice (since I used the frozen strawberries). This was perfect for a sunny afternoon!! Thanks for sharing the recipe and congrats again on your win in the football pool!!!"
"Great tasting shake, even if I did adjust a couple of things! I left out the ice cubes, then used frozen strawberries to compensate, & this is certainly something I'm happy to make again & again! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Everyday Is a Holiday tag]"
"This is a wonderful smoothie recipe. I have added it to my list of favorite smoothies. Thanks for sharing your recipe :)"