October 22, 2012

Watermelon-Melon Milkshake | Easy Milkshake Recipes

Easy milkshake recipe with watermelon and melon - I am home now and amma is churning out (sometimes, quite literally!) different things to eat and drink every meal time. Yesterday around noon, we were feeling a bit peckish so she made this quick milkshake which was delicious and so much nicer than eating the fruits plain, although arguably it's healthier and better to eat fruits as is. What I love about watermelon milkshake is the gorgeous colour, especially because of adding melon which is a faint orange. 

My sister was a most obliging model for this pic, few seconds before we all downed the milkshake. You can make this milkshake in under 10 mins - all you need is some melon, chilled milk and a mixer or blender. The fruits we used were chilled overnight too so everything came together really nicely.

When making milkshake, choose ripe fruits. These tasted fabulous just as they are too - sweet and juicy. Another important component is milk. It has to be chilled and preferably whole fat, not the skim or low fat kind, although you can use what you want and have in hand. Amma gets milk from a home that raises their own cows and extracts the cream out of it so all the milk we use at home is naturally lower in fat, yet creamy.

You can make this milkshake ahead of time and store in a closed jug in the refrigerator. Just make sure not to let it sit for more than a couple hours - milkshakes are always best served fresh. Enjoy with your family or serve to guests as a welcome drink before a party.

For more milkshake recipes, check out banana milkshake with dates, mango and banana milkshake, avocado milkshake, and the popular apple almond milkshake.

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Watermelon Melon Milkshake Recipe
An easy and healthy milkshake with 2 types of melon - watermelon and musk melon
  • 2 cups watermelon, cubed
  • 2 cups musk melon, cubed
  • 2 cups chilled milk
  • 2 tbsp sugar (adjust to taste)
1. Blend the cubed fruits together until smooth. No need to add water since the water content in both the melons is quite high. 2. Add in the chilled milk and sugar. Mix together well. 3. Pour into glasses and serve immediately.
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 6 glasses

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