- 250 ml Milk
- 1 scoop vanilla Icecream
- Handful of fruit (this depends what flavour your children like) When I was little Mum used to make banana milkshakes with the bananas that were too black for anyone else to eat! Any berries-strawberrries, raspberries or blueberries would work great. You could try mango, peach, or anything else that takes your fancy!
- 1/2 tsp vanilla essence or extract
- To sweeten you can use milkshake powder, honey or even a little coconut milk or cream.
Pour all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour into a glass, add a straw and an umbrella!
This is such a simple yet tasty recipe with hundreds of variations-next I'm going to try milk, banana, chocolate icecream and peanut butter! (not the healthiest option but sure sounds yummy to me!)
Other variations could include dessicated coconut, frozen orange juice, chocolate and hazelnut spread, yoghurt, cinnamon - the options are endless!
In the colder months, especially after a lovely family walk a hot chocolate warms the soul!
Halloween is the perfect time of year to get creative in the kitchen and making food scarily fun! Whether you want to jazz up a slice of cheese on toast or go full out for a party with spooky drinks and disgusting nibbles we have some great Halloween recipes for you right here. The kids will love getting involved - or have a surprise goulish meal!!
Be safe this Bonfire Night
Be safe this Bonfire Night by making sure that you, pets and your family know and follow the very important Fireworks Code. Have fun if you are going to an event or having friends and family round at home. It includes safety rules for sparklers too! You will also be able to download our Fireworks Code poster to display if you are hosting an event.