A wonderful milkshake that can easily be adapted for low-sugar diets. My mother got me started on this 20 years ago. I rarely add sugar, but I realise that some people enjoy a bit more sweetness. You can substitute orange juice for milk if you like.
This is fairly simple to change to a low carb, low sugar drink. I substituted non-fat half and half for the milk, and splenda for the table sugar. I used 1 packet of splenda, since I find it to be very sweet. I also used baking cocoa, rather thank chocolate drink mix, and it was yummy. You do have to blend this very well with these changes, but if you're on a low carb, low sugar diet, this is fabulous. - 19 Apr 2004 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
I was looking for a milkshake that didn't have ice cream in it as we were out of it =) Very tasty, very airy and light milkshake. Good taste. I didn't use straight strawberries, but blueberries and cranberries as well - I had a mixed packet =) Came out gorgeous! I also added more banana and chocolate. The way it is right now, is (as author said) a bit less sweet than most milkshakes =) - 08 Dec 2002 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)
My family really enjoyed this milkshake. It is filling enough to satisfy the kids after a day at the pool, or as an afterschool snack. I use ovaltine mix as it was what I usually have on hand. - 22 Sep 2003 (Review from Allrecipes USA and Canada)