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Discussion in 'Chatty Pad' started by IntenseMagic, Sep 12, 2021.
I love Pepsi floats ... Pepsi with Breyer's chocolate ice cream. Yum!!!
Me too. I take little chewables that help digest milk products better but it's still hit or miss if I get the horrible gut aches etc or not. I try to get things made with coconut milk.
I do enjoy milkshakes and since we live in dairy country now, it seems they are EVERYWHERE. It's funny, though- we all still prefer the milkshakes at Chick-fil-A.
Years ago there was an ice cream emporium in Indianapolis. We always went there for the kids' birthdays. I can't remember the name, but they had "gut busters" and one of them was a HUGE milkshake with all the trimmings. Whenever you ordered one of their "gut busters" they rang bells and made a huge fuss and all of the servers came out carrying them on a big tray. It was pretty embarrassing, but the kids loved to go there.
I have not have a milkshake in a long long time. I used to like vanilla flavoured ones.
If I buy a cold milk drink it would have to be an Iced Coffee.
they are a freak-shake and a half! we only used to really buy them when travelling and swore off them after having to clean second-hand milkshake out of the back seat on a few consecutive car trips.
we make peanut butter, banana cheesecake milkshakes as a dessert fairly regularly in summer (using too ripe bananas, a scoop of PB and some cheesecake powder from the cake mix box, plus or minus a scoop of icecream if we have it and i just make a less dairy (soy milk) version for me and a normal dairy one for the kids - adding cinnamon or something on top if they want it more fancy!)
Wow - those are enormous shakes! In and Out chocolate shake for me please. No whipped cream, so I don't usually get the cherry. Now you have got me wanting In and Out....
See post above. And I do believe it is National Cheeseburger Day!
Loooove milkshakes, especially the Cappucino one my lokal English book and board game store makes. And a few weeks ago I had the best one ever at a local berry picking farm. It was blue berry and it was sooooooo good!!
OMG that looks amazing but not something I would buy as too sickly for me. I prefer my milkshake as just milk without the fancy toppings.
My favourite is salted caramel milkshake.