Blending Shakes

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  1. jammyjaney

    jammyjaney Member

    I was just wondering how everyone blends their shakes up! I don't feel that shaking them gets rid of the powder! I have a hand held blender but that's a little messy!
     
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  3. tashah23

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    I have a hand held shaker but agree that it's not best. I use a jug and hand held blender most of time and it does a good job. I think trick is to get hang of it so it doesn't cover the whole kitchen :)
     
  4. Hothmog

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    Have you bought a CWP beaker with the little whisky gadget in it? I use that and it's fab x
     
  5. NickyandDean

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    I use that aswel... and I think it was only £4.50 x it is really good!!

    Oh and no mess :)
     
  6. LizzRob

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    i have a balloon hand whisk and a large jug....or one of those cheapo shakers that the gym folk use for their protein shakes. It cost about £3 and works a treat
     
  7. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Silver Member

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    I use the shakers (I have one each if the Cambridge one with the whisk ball and a maxi muscle one with the plastic mesh thing in it). I think the trick is to shake for like a minute. Think about getting rid of those bingo wings as you do it! Also make sure the water goes in before the powder.

    I think ink some of the shakes always taste powdery (choc orange) but get those arms moving and it should be good.
     
  8. LizzRob

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    Loving working out for the shake lol

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  9. Tiggemma

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    Shaking for a whole minute is tiring (I timed it once to see how long it actually is!) got to work for your dinner!
     
  10. Trijian

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    So far only used the shaker, but yeah I do find they still come out a bit lumpy. Was shaking my lunch one for a good couple of mins and still had a few lumps in it. It's all I can use at work though, so will just make do :)
     
  11. LizzRob

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    i dont mind the lumps weirdly! i also use loads of water rather than the amount on the packet! i prefer them thinner
     
  12. Tiggemma

    Tiggemma Silver Member

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    I use lots of water too. Always good to get the extra water in!
     
  13. LizzRob

    LizzRob Gold Member

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    When I have my shakes now, I have a pint glass and another glass as I use about 800ml of water! Lol

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  14. Ian1975

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    I use a magic bullet!

    With 4 kids, it's a handy blender :)
     
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