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Blueberry Milkshake

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Blueberry Milkshake
A sweet delight – Blueberry milkshake topped with fresh blueberries and marshmallows

The US blueberries are now in season and that’s good news for us too in Singapore because we get to enjoy cheaper than usual blueberry prices as well. NTUC just had a sale whereby they were selling two punnets for only S$4.70! So naturally I grabbed a few punnets. This is one of the first things I whipped up with the fresh blueberries – an easy milkshake. Blueberries are usually slightly sour (at least those that I’ve bought so far), so blending it with sweet ice cream removes the sourness to create a sweet and refreshing taste. This is quite filling and I even had it as a meal on its own.

(Makes one tall glass, or 2 1/2 short glasses for dessert)

– 200g vanilla ice cream
– 1.5 tbsp milk
– 150g fresh blueberries

Blend everything till smooth, do not overblend or it will become watery. Garnish with some marshmallows and blueberries if you like.

Blueberry Milkshake
Blueberry Milkshake … Yumm!

61 comments on “Blueberry Milkshake”

  1. Yummy! and beautiful pictures!

  2. That looks really good! Unfortunately blueberries here are not too cheap. There is one place in my area which sells them at a good price, but then the blueberries are not fresh at all.

    I never thought about putting marshmallows in a milkshake! It looks really good with it.

    • I thought you’re based in the States? Yeah, I notice that off-season berries are not only expensive, they aren’t that fresh. Thank you for your kind words :)

  3. I make things like that for my girlfriend sometimes, she loves them. They look fantastic, great pictures.

  4. blueberries and marshmallows :-) i’m in heaven right now!!yumm :XO:

  5. Looks wonderful! Even better with the marshmallows. Blueberries are on sale here too, half price!! I eat them with yogurt.

  6. Oh my… the milkshake looks so wonderful! A glass for me pleaseeee….

  7. noobcook this looks so yummy! our english blueberries tend not to be sour and when u get them really fresh, they’re sweet! cold blueberries on a hot summer’s day with an ice lolly is my favourite thing to do!! :)

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  9. My milk shakes always end up in a mess. Yours is clean and refreshing! And nice picture again. I can’t even take my avocado milk shake properly so I decided to give up putting it on my blog.

  10. nicely done! I can’t wait to go NTUC, chiong ar!!

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