How to Make a 30 Second Milkshake!

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Introduction: How to Make a 30 Second Milkshake!

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Ever have those delicious milkshakes in the juice box thing that really isn't a milkshake because it has no ice cream in it? Ever see the $1.50 price tag on it for the drink that lasts 1 minute? Well I'm going to show you a better tasting version that's cheaper, easier, and probably healthier to! And it takes 30 seconds to 1 minute to do!

Step 1: Step 1

Gather milk, suger, and vanilla. Put the milk in a medium sized glass.

Step 2: Step 2

Put 1 or 2 spoons of suger in the glass of milk and stir until disolved.

Step 3: Step 3

Put 1/2 a spoon of vanilla in the glass of milk. YOUR DONE! ENJOY!

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    try cinnamon in it or nutmeg it worked really good if you like cinnamon

    i could always rememer having these drinks when i was about 5 (13 now) but was never able to find them again =( until i found this 'ible! now i can make them whenever i want! thanks so much =)

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    this is not bad...7

    So I found this just after a friend of mine brought over some delicious banana\chocolate cake stuff and thought hey, that might be a nice accompaniment.......didn't have any vanilla though but cinnamon works great :D tl;dr : Sugar + Cinnamon is also a great combo thanks for introducing me to a genuinely new and innovative idea

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    Your welcome and thanks for the comment!

    would you just add cholate syrup to make it cholate?

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    You could, but you should still use the vanilla though. Cocoa powder or chocolate flavor extract would work to. Although, that's pretty much chocolate milk. This isn't really a milkshake, it's just how the people who make "vanilla milk" put it.

    This is surprisingly a good recipe! Thanks.