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Fruit Milkshakes, The Most Delicious And Nutritious Health Drinks

Updated on January 25, 2010

Fruit milkshakes are the blend of iced milk, sugar, fresh fruits and necessary flavors like strawberry, vanilla and chocolate. They are naturally enriched with proteins, vitamins, minerals and amino acids and can be assumed as a perfect healthy drink recipes. From the years of 19th century people from different parts of the world began to have fruit milkshake in their regular food habit. In summer days most of our people prefer fruit milkshake recipes to keep their good health and get relief from hot sun. Since it can be instantly and easily prepared many people used to take these fruit milkshakes as their breakfast.

Generally it is prepared blending, with the help of blender, required amount of sugar, milk (boiled and then cooled), flavor, crushed ice or icecream and one or more variety of fresh fruit slices. Variety of fruits such as banana, grapes, orange, sapota, pineapple, mango and etc., can be used for the process. We can prefer any kind of fruits and suitable flavor that interest us.

Fruit Milkshakes

Variety of Fruit Milkshakes that can be easily prepared in our regular Life!

Grapes and Orange Milkshake

Ingredients

Milk 2 cups
Orange slices 2 cups
Grapes 2 cups
Vanilla essence Reqd.
Sugar 2 tbs
Ice cubes 1 cup

Blend well all above things in a blender to get smoothy form of orange grapes milkshake. You can add crushed ice cubes when it is ready for serving.

Banana and Strawberry Milkshake

Ingredients

Milk 2 cups
Banana slices 2 cups
Strawberry slices 2 cups
Strawberry essence Reqd.
Sugar (if necessary) 2 tbs
Ice cubes 1 cup

Put everything in a blender or mixi except ice cubes and beat them gently until you get
smooth and frothy form of milkshake. Then add enough crushed ice cubes and serve it.

Jack Fruit Milkshake

Ingredients

Milk 2 cups
Jack Fruit slices 2 cups
Honey or Sugar 1 tbs
Ice cubes 1 cup


Jack is one of the sweetest fruits growing in tropical countries. We can add either sugar or honey to increase the taste. Bend gently everything in the blender and then add crushed ice cubes to serve.

Sapota Fruit Milkshake

Ingredients

Milk 2 cups
Sapota slices 2 cups
Sugar 2 tbs
Ice cubes 1 cup

Sapotta is also one of the sweetest and cheapest fruit easily available in tropical countries. Blend everything in a mixe and then add enough crushed ice cubes. Now the delicious Sapotta fruit milkshake is ready to serve.

Mixed Fruit Milkshake

Milk 2 cups
Orange slices 1/2 cup
Pineapple slices 1/2 cup
Grapes 1/2 cup
Banana slices 1/2 cup
Vanilla essence Reqd.
Sugar 2 tbs
Ice Cubes 1 cup

Take everything in a blender and beat gently till you can get frothy and most delicious mixture of mixed fruit milkshake. Later you can add enough crushed ice cubes to make it chill.

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    billips 

    6 years ago from Central Texas

    These recipes all look delicious - In all my years of making fruit shakes I have never included grapes, on of my favorite fruits - will definitely try that one - great hub - B.

  • ratnaveera profile imageAUTHOR

    ratnaveera 

    8 years ago from Cumbum

    Dear Anamika, Thanks for reading this Hub and your nice comments.

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    Anamika S Jain 

    8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    I love all of them! Thanks for sharing!

  • ratnaveera profile imageAUTHOR

    ratnaveera 

    8 years ago from Cumbum

    Dear jim10, Thanks for reading this and leaving your nice comments.

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    jim10 

    8 years ago from ma

    These sound delicious. My grandmother used to work at a cafeteria a long time ago. She got a similar recipe she made there a lot for a strawberry milkshake. It was great. Sometimes I still make it. I can't wait to try these.

  • ratnaveera profile imageAUTHOR

    ratnaveera 

    8 years ago from Cumbum

    Dear BkCreative, A lot of thanks for reading this Hub and your nice comments. I love jack fruit and sapota as they are sweetest ones! Thanks again.

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    BkCreative 

    8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

    So good! Good to look at and taste. Some of the ingredients are not commonly found in traditional supermarkets - but Ah! - I live in NYC where I can find sapota - and jackfruit is everywhere in the City.

    Sometimes, I just want a soothing shake - and as I sit and write I find I prefer to sip rather than chew. These will be great. Thanks!

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