And McDonald's strawberry milkshakes.
And Ruby's strawberry milkshakes.
And how could I forget Burger King strawberry milkshakes?!
Ok... maybe I was just a sucker for strawberry milkshakes in general?
I thought that once I embarked on my vegan journey I had to say goodbye to treats like milkshakes forever... luckily I was totally wrong!
I created this "healthified" and "veganized" version of a strawberry milkshake and oh my goodness... it is creamy, sweet, thick, and absolutely delicious.
Made with Silk Light Soymilk, it's a good source of plant-based protein, an excellent source of Vitamin D and Calcium, and low in saturated fat.
It will fill you up and keep you satisfied. It is filling enough to enjoy for breakfast, but also makes a wonderful snack or dessert.
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Cost per serving: $1.22
Calories per serving: 185
Equipment you'll need: blender
1 cup Silk Light Soymilk
1/2 banana (frozen for extra creaminess)
1.5 cups strawberries (frozen for extra creaminess)
6 drops liquid stevia extract (or more, to taste)
1. Combine all ingredients in blender, and blend until smooth.