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Strawberry Milkshake

kept byJacquelineTiong
recipe byThe Kitchn

2 large jugs


1/2 pound fresh strawberries (plus more to garnish)
1 tbsp - sugar
1 teaspoon - vanilla extract
1 cup - whole milk
1 tbsp - malted powdered milk

Optional Toppings :
- whipped cream
- strawberry syrup

  1. Hull the strawberries and slice them.
  2.  Sprinkle the sugar over them and stir in the vanilla. 
  3.  Put the strawberries in the freezer for about an hour. 
  4.  Put two pint glasses (or four smaller glasses) in the freezer to chill. 
  5.  When the strawberries have frozen solid, pull them out and put them in the blender with 3/4 cup milk. (Make sure you scrape in all the syrupy juice that has accumulated at the bottom of the bowl.)
  6.  Blend until the strawberries are pulverized. There should be no big chunks left at all. 
  7.  Add the malted milk powder and blend. (Note: The malted milk powder gives just a bit of extra depth and a hint of malty flavor without turning the shake into a true malt. If you opt to use regular powdered milk this also will just add a bit of richness and creaminess. But the powders are not necessary.) 
  8.  Take the blender jar off the motor, and add the entire pint of ice cream.
  9.  Stir it into the milk and strawberries by hand. Put the jar back on the motor and blend thoroughly. If it won't blend very well or gets stuck, carefully add as much as 1/4 cup more milk. Stir or shake if necessary. 
  10.  Pour the milkshake out into the chilled glasses and garnish with strawberries.
  11. Or top with whipped cream & syrup



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