Whipped Skim Milk (W/Vanilla and Cinnamon)

"This is a frothy wonderful treat to have in the evening when you don't want to go to bed with anything heavy in your stomach. I always feel so decadent drinking it and have to remind myself that it is actually healthy and has no fat or added sugar in it!"
 
Whipped Skim Milk (W/Vanilla and Cinnamon) created by Emily Elizabeth
Ready In:
8mins
Ingredients:
4
Serves:
1
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ingredients

  • 12 cup skim milk
  • 4 -5 ice cubes (4 for regular cubes, 5 for smaller sizes)
  • 12 teaspoon vanilla
  • 18 teaspoon cinnamon
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directions

  • Combine all ingredients in a blender.
  • Use the ice crush option to pulse until the ice is mostly blended.
  • Blend in a blender on the very highest speed for 5 minutes.

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  1. William H.
    I don't know if there's a vortex at my house or what but when I tried the recipe in my brand new vitamix blender, it was a disaster. I'm not sure what the ice cubes are for but they seemed to just water everything down and wouldn't allow it to foam. After just 3 minutes, the blades started to heat the milk and after 4 minutes it was already warm to the touch. I will play around with it a bit next time. Kill
     
  2. abby_arf_1235
    Light and frothy, a good drink but not very sweet. I added 1/3 cup of sugar and that made it a lot better. The next time I make this I might take out the cinommon, I also froze it to make more of an ice cream, worked nicely. Definitely recommend
     
  3. Mamas Kitchen Hope
    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!
     
  4. GIBride01
    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!
     
  5. LakeMom534
    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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