Strawberry Buttermilk Shake

Strawberry Buttermilk Shake

This is a very delicious and refeshing shake that is extremely smooth and creamy. It makes an excellent beverage for those hot summer days. It makes a great drink for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and anytime in between. They are excellent for starting your day.  It is a very cooling beverage. Excellent for serving at parties. Strawberry Buttermilk Shakes have a beautiful pink color. They are very easy to make. This recipe is very inexpensive to make. They make an excellent drink for kids and they are very healthy too. Kids really love shakes in all flavors. They contain a high content of vitamin C and calcium. After a long day at work, these shakes are very relaxing and pleasant to enjoy. They really take the stress out of preparing something cool and delicious to drink because they are so easy to make.

The recipe may vary because you could use fruit that suits your taste such as banana, pineapple of chocolate. Mixed fruit will even be better such as strawberries and bananas for extra added fruity flavor. You may even give the drink a nutty flavor by adding walnuts or almonds. You can make this shake more creamier by adding whipped topping. You may add a decorative touch be adding mint leaves for garnishment. To make them extra creamy just use ice cream in place of the ice. There are many ways that you can be creative in making these delicious shakes. I hope that you will enjoy making them as well as serving them. Your guests will truly be delighted to have one. They are best when served freshly made. It is not recommended for storing the leftover shakes in the fridge because they may become watery when the ice completely melts.

Ingredients:

2 cups of frozen or fresh strawberries, sliced

1 cup of buttermilk

2 cups of crushed Ice

1 cup of sugar

1 cup of almonds, chopped

1 cup of whipped topping

Directions:

1. Mix all of the ingredients in a blender except for the almonds and the whipped topping. Blend the ingredients until smooth.

2. Pour into two chilled or frozen shake glasses.

3. Sprinkle each shake with some chopped almonds.

4. Top each shake with a scoop of whipped topping. Serve and enjoy!

Substitutions: If you do not have buttermilk, plain vanills yogurt will be great for using in place of the buttermilk.