Warning to my readers: I am not writing a travel post for today.
After talking for some months about getting our own blender, the hubby and I finally got one. You see, we would talk about it often and yet, somehow end up forgetting to buy it. We finally did and we have been enjoying cool fruit shakes right in our own humble home.
It is the hubby who loves buying fruits and then making the shake while I greatly enjoy the finished product 🙂 Take note, however, that I do the cleaning and washing after. Yup, life is supposed to be fair, guys and ladies 🙂
We have enjoyed fresh avocado, mango and carrot shakes. The hubby also made a shake one time combining avocado and banana. Super delicious!
By the way, should you wonder what is the difference between a shake and a smoothie, a shake will have milk or ice cream with it or both. It is a dairy affair while the smoothie will just be plain fruits. For our fruit shake, we include a bit of honey with the milk. It’s a great treat, something that you should really try if you haven’t done so.
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7 thoughts on “Shakin' in December”
Refreshinggggggggggggggggggg fruit shakes Sis Deli 🙂 Those are perfect and healthy drink especially when you both are thirsty 🙂 Thank you for sharing this to BPC
I don’t mind having a glass of that shake hehe. dito sa amin mga bata naka popsicle at ice cream kahit super lamig hehe
yummy! I make smoothie most of the time than fruit shake..I like shake though because the ice cream/milk doubles the taste.
Just had smoothie yesterday. I love plain avocado and mango & banana combined.
hmmm, I could use a glass of that! perfect for our humid and hot weather! here for bpc, lors!
hmm yummy fruit shake! my favorite is strawberry and banana. yum! i wanted to get a blender too but still searching for the right one to have.
That looks so yummy, sis! I love shake/smoothie. Actually, a smoothie here is still with milk. Even those that are sold sa stores, it has milk na rin. So pretty much, a shake and a smoothie is just the same to me. 🙂