Strawberry Milkshake

Strawberry Milkshake

2 cups milk
1 cup frozen strawberries
2 eggs (I recommend free range organic eggs if you eat them raw like this)
1 T. real maple syrup
¼ t. vanilla

Pour milk into a blender. Add frozen strawberries, maple syrup, eggs and vanilla. Put lid on the blender. Turn on blender and mix shake for about 20 seconds. Pour milkshakes into glasses and serve with a straw!

Comments

  1. amy says

    Could I do this without the eggs? Aren’t raw eggs bad for you?

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    Laura Reply:

    Yes, you can make this without the eggs. It’ll still taste great!

    Raw eggs aren’t bad for you as long as they are free ranged farm fresh eggs. :)

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  2. Theresa C says

    YUM!I’ve gotta try this. I love to use raw eggs, great protein! I wash mine w/some veggie wash, ’cause they come straight from the farm :)

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  3. Dawn says

    I made these today for dessert and they were a hit! Tasted just like (melted) ice cream. We topped ours with whipped cream.

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  4. Kelsey says

    When do you add the eggs??

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    Laura Reply:

    Sorry, I just edited the post to tell you just to add it when you add everything else! Glad you pointed out that I didn’t have that in there!

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  5. Sami says

    What if you didn’t have the free range eggs but did have pasteurized egg beaters? Are the eggs just for protein or do they add thickness?

    We just got a vitamix and this looks like just the thing for it!

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    Laura Reply:

    If I didn’t have free range eggs, I would just leave them out. The eggs are just for added protein and nutrition, but not necessary for the recipe.

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  6. Logan says

    Yuuum! I am going to have to make this!

    What can you use insted of maple syrup?:D

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    Laura Reply:

    The maple syrup is the sweetener – you could use honey or stevia or sucanat or even regular sugar if you feel okay about that! We just like using maple syrup!

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  7. Elizabeth says

    I raise chickens and wouldn’t put a raw egg in shake of any kind. I don’t think you realize how unclean that is. I love my birds but I watch them walk, scratch, peck in and dust bathe (they have mites) in their own feces. Because they live outdoors, they come into contact with wild birds that carry I-don’t-know-what kind of diseases or pathogens.

    I buy pasteurized in the shell eggs at the store whenever I use raw or lightly cooked eggs.

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  8. Alisha says

    Just made this for the family!! Such a refreshing snack! Thank you for all your work in the kitchen that has made my life easier and tastier!! :)

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  9. Jasmine Beard says

    How many servings does this recipe make?

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    Laura Reply:

    In my household, it would serve about two people.

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