[How to make peach milkshake]_ making method _ practice Daquan
When summer is here, most people prefer milkshakes. Because the weather is hot, the milkshake tastes particularly cool and has a strong milk taste, so many people will go for teaStores buy milkshakes to drink, but the milkshakes in milk tea shops usually add food additives, so the milkshakes we make at home are healthier, so how to make a peach milkshake better?
Crispy peach shake?
Ingredients-250g fresh peach milk 250g crisp peach smoothie?
Method Step 1 Wash the fresh peaches and peel them. (Personal preference, it doesn’t matter if you peel or not.) If you choose not to peel, remember to thoroughly clean the peach hair to avoid affecting the taste.
Step 2 Kernel and cut hard peach: Cut a circle around the center line of the peach with a fruit knife, hold the peach in both hands, rotate it in the opposite direction, and open the kernel.
Soft peach: Because the peach is soft, I’m afraid it will rot if it is carried away, so?
Soft peaches are cut into pieces with a knife, then the core is dug and cut.
Step 3 Pour the cut fresh peaches into the blender and add the milk.
Crispy peach shake?
Tips When milk and peach are eaten together, can it nourish the skin?
Chinese medicine believes that the peach is mild, can promote blood circulation, intestine, Shengjin, nourish the liver, pass through the meridians, and incorporate fiber and pectin to help promote gastrointestinal peristalsis and clear implant waste.
Actual ingredients: 2 bananas, 1 kiwi, 250 grams of milk, 1 tablespoon of condensed milk, 30 grams of lemon juice. Step 1: Peel the banana and cut into small pieces.
Step 2: Use a spoon to dig out the kiwi pulp and put it with banana pieces. Add lemon juice to prevent the milkshake from oxidizing and turning black.
Step 3: Put the banana and kiwi into the blender and pour into the milk and condensed milk respectively.
Step 4: Stir a little and the milkshake is finished.
The milkshake created by the cooking tips should be recovered as soon as possible to prevent nutrition loss after oxidation.