A Roasted Strawberry Milkshake with Buttermilk sounds like a great idea for summer fun. Here’s a strawberry milkshake recipe with buttermilk that I really love. It is very simple and delicious. And it uses a little more cream than your typical milkshake.
For this recipe, you’ll need: two cups of skim milk, four large spoons of low-fat plain yogurt, two teaspoons of vanilla extract, two tablespoons of lemon juice, and three tablespoons of sugar. First, melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Once melted, mix in the yogurt and vanilla. Leave it over the stove for about five minutes so the chocolate gets completely melting. In a separate bowl, mix together the sugar and the buttermilk until smooth.
Now it’s time to make your strawberry ice cream. Whisk together all the ingredients except the buttermilk. Once all the ingredients are mixed, pour the hot mixture into your glasses. Stir thoroughly and let cool before serving. Since it uses sugar, it may be a bit too sweet for some people. That’s okay though because once you taste it you’ll enjoy the sweetness.
Roasted strawberries are an excellent summer treat, especially one that doesn’t require a great deal of preparation. They are so easy to prepare because they only need to be heated after you’ve chilled them. Since they’re relatively low in fat, they are good for those watching their cholesterol. As for the idea of eating it cold, well who says you can’t serve it to your visitors cold? If you have strawberry ice cream on hand, you can always serve it to them right after it has been made.
Since buttermilk is naturally sweet, this dish doesn’t need a lot of sweetener to balance it out. You could use a natural sweetener instead, but why not use a real fruit juice if you can? It tastes just as good and you get to eat a healthier meal without using any sugar, butter or unhealthy milk. You can also substitute Splenda or honey if you prefer.
Roasted strawberries are also great when mixed with lemon and vanilla extract. Since the acidity level in lemon is much lower than in buttermilk, the resulting milkshake is a milder version of the original. The lemon gives it a bit of tartness, which is perfect for summer. If you serve it chilled, you can add a cherry to give it a delicious flavor.
There are many uses for buttermilk other than these two. I personally love to use it in smoothies and yogurt. You can also use it in many cooking methods, from making fruit salad to barbecue to ice cream. And, of course, there’s no stopping you from serving your friends Roasted Stunky Strawberry Milkshake with Buttermilk – it’s an absolutely delicious way to serve your favorite dessert.
Although this drink is very popular at birthday parties and other special occasions, it’s versatile enough that you can use it in so many other ways. You can make your own strawberry milk to pour over your coffee if you’re trying to lose weight or reduce stress. You can also substitute buttermilk for milk in your cereal if you prefer not to use yogurt.
To add a sweet twist to your strawberry milkshake, try substituting the milk and strawberry juice for some quality yoghurt. You’ll be adding lots of health benefits to the equation as well! If you prefer to keep things pure, you can always add fresh strawberries or blueberries to the mix. Or, just buy a nice pack of strawberries and blend together in the blender.
You can also jazz up this classic summer milkshake by spicing it up with some fresh berries. Try using blueberries or raspberries for a strawberry flavoring. For a nice, cold treat, try drizzling some low-fat or fat-free whipped cream on top. And, don’t forget to serve your strawberry milkshake with buttermilk – the luscious combination of these two healthy ingredients couldn’t get better than this.