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Best Recipes: Classic Vanilla Milkshake

by: Donna Monday
Sometimes plain vanilla is best.

A lot of people will skip over the plain vanilla ice cream or the plain vanilla milkshake in favor of the fancier versions because vanilla just seems so, well . . . plain.

But plain is just fine if youíre in the mood for a simple dessert milkshake that hits the right spot. Just think, with plain vanilla you donít have to think about adding anything else except the basic ingredients that everyone has in the cupboard.

Vanilla tastes and smells so good that you can find itís sweet scent used in many perfumes and candles. Thereís also something comforting about vanilla. Vanilla is like an old friend Ė you always know itíll be around.

So take a break from those fancier recipes and delight in the simple pleasures of an ice cold, old fashioned vanilla milkshake. Itís pure, sweet satisfaction.

Classic Vanilla Milkshake

3 scoops vanilla ice cream
1-1/2 cups milk
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 teaspoons sugar

Directions

In a blender combine ice cream, milk, vanilla and sugar.
Blend until smooth.


About the author:
Copyright 2004
Donna Monday
Easy to make Ė fun to drink
http://www.1st-milkshake-n-smoothie-recipes.com



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