Strawberry Milkshake | Slimming World Recipe

Learn how to make the creamiest homemade Slimming World friendly strawberry milkshake with fresh strawberries.

Since Slimming World introduced the second Healthy Extra A allowance I have really struggled to consume it each day.  I am not a tea or coffee drinker and once I have consumed my cereal I don’t really have any desire to drink milk. I found I was just adding cheese to everything.. does anyone else do this? 

However last night I had a massive craving for a McDonalds milkshake.. of course I managed to resist. But Mrfatgirlskinny reminded me of the Halo top icecream I had hidden in the depths of the freezer and mentioned it may make a rather nice milkshake… did it? Errr it sure did!!




WHY IS THIS THE BEST STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE?

  • Creamy, thick, filling and nourishing
  • Tastes delicious
  • Very quick and easy to make
  • Low Syn
  • Healthy
  • Perfect for all of the family

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED TO MAKE THIS RECIPE

  •  You will require a food processor/blender to create this recipe.

IS THIS MILKSHAKE SLIMMING WORLD FRIENDLY?

Of course…

  • Use one of your healthy extra A allowance’s for the milk.
  • 100g Pureed Strawberries are counted as 1.5 Syns, or half of your healthy extra B allowance for the day. I will leave this up to you. 
  • 26g Halo top Strawberry ice cream is worth 2 Syns. 

MY TIPS FOR THE PERFECT MILKSHAKE

  • Frozen strawberries are okay but allow them to thaw first before blending.
  • Freeze your glass to keep the milkshake really cold and stop it from melting too quickly.
  • Allow the ice cream to sit at room temperature for 5 minutes before using.




THAT MILKSHAKE MOMENT!

Strawberry Milkshake

Slimming World Syns: 3.5 (Using Milk as your Healthy Extra A)
Weight Watchers Points: Coming Soon
Calories: 175
Course Drinks
Prep Time 10 minutes
Servings 1

Equipment

  • Food Processor/Blender

Ingredients

  • 150ml Whole Milk
  • 100g Strawberries (Hulled)
  • 26g Halo Top Strawberry Ice Cream

Instructions

  • Tip the hulled strawberries into a food processor, add the milk and ice cream. Blend until smooth and creamy.
  • Serve in frozen glasses and garnish with an extra strawberry.

IF YOU TRIED THIS RECIPE WHY NOT TAG ME ON INSTAGRAM @fatgirlskinny__ AND HASHTAG IT #FATGIRLSKINNY

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