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Milk Drinks
Iced Coffee
For ‘top shelf’ iced coffee use fresh espresso coffee as the base instead of syrup or instant coffee. Pour 50mls of cool espresso (or a heaped teaspoon of instant coffee) into a tall glass. Add ice cubes and fill with cold milk. Add a scoop of ice cream and/or swirl of cream on the top and sprinkle with chocolate powder or cinnamon.
To keep leftover espresso coffee for making iced coffee, pour into a jug and sweeten slightly with sugar to taste and chill, ready for the next order.
Iced Mocha
Just add a couple of teaspoons of chocolate syrup, powder or paste to a standard iced coffee.
Iced Chocolate
For an indulgent iced chocolate, generously squeeze ‘chocolate paste’ around the inside of a tall glass. Add ice. Top with milk and a scoop of ice cream. For a great looking marbled effect, don’t stir! To make chocolate paste just whip up 3 parts chocolate powder to 1 part water and store in a squeeze bottle.
Have chocolate paste on hand to use as the base for all chocolate milk drinks either hot or cold.
Skim Iced Coffee
Use low fat milk and reduced fat ice cream.
Shake it Up
For the best ever milkshakes just fill a milkshake container with 300mls of chilled milk. Add 60mls (3tbsp) flavouring of your choice and 2 scoops of ice cream. For a smooth, frothy shake, blend for 1–2 minutes.
Thickshakes
Just increase the ice cream quantity, reduce the milk and add your favourite syrup until you have a thick, frosty drink.
Milkshake flavour combos:
Mocha (chocolate and coffee)
Pine-Lime
Banana-Berry
Choc-Caramel
Choc-Berry
Thinshakes
It’s all in the name! Make with reduced fat milk and reduced fat ice cream.
Twisters
These milkshakes are something else! Twisters combine your favourite flavoured milkshake with (and here’s the secret) scoops of contrasting flavoured ice cream placed in a tall thin glass.
It creates a gorgeous swirled effect in the glass. Garnish with a twist of ‘Ice Magic’.
Try these twisted combinations:
Choc Berry: Two scoops of chocolate ice cream smothered with a strawberry milkshake, topped with chocolate powder.
Banana Berry: Two scoops of strawberry ice cream smothered with a banana milkshake, garnished with a strawberry.
Choc Peppermint: Two scoops of chocolate ice cream smothered with a peppermint milkshake, sprinkled with crushed peppermint crisp.
Smoothies
Delicious milk-based drinks with blended fruit and yogurt or ice cream added. Very popular in summer when an abundance of fresh fruits creates a velvety thick satisfying experience. Any ripe soft fruits can be used – banana, strawberries, mango, peaches and apricots to name a few. Simply place fruit in the blender, add a 200g tub of yogurt and a splash of cold milk and blend until the fruit is smooth. Slowly add extra milk to adjust consistency to taste.
Fabulous smoothie combinations include:
Peach, banana and passionfruit
Strawberry, banana and almond
Mango, passionfruit and coconut
Banana, orange and ginger
When fresh fruit is scarce use well-drained canned fruit or stockpile fruit when in season - puree fresh fruit and freeze in ice cube trays.
Images - Milkshake making, Milkshakes with Icecream, Fruit Smoothie (see Recipe section).
 
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