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Ice Cream from shakes?

Discussion in 'Cambridge Weight Plan' started by Fizzy, 3 August 2008 Social URL.

  1. Fizzy

    Fizzy Silver Member

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    I fancy some ice cream tonight but I don't have any Tetras so can I make up a shake from powder and then freeze that?
     
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  3. Eclipse

    Eclipse Gold Member

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    I used to do it all the time, shouldn't be a problem hun x
     
  4. Fizzy

    Fizzy Silver Member

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    Do you know how much water I should put in it?
     
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    Oooh i wonder if i could do this with the vanilla shake, will go have a try now, i have a plastic container with lid, will report back when i do, have some batteries on charge, i might be able to get a photo of it!
     
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    I have a choc mint shake in the freezer already. I have put it in the fast freeze bit so hope it will be ready at a decent time, my Tetra took ages to freeze (that was in the work freezer though).
     
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    I mixed my strawberry shake with loads of crushed ice and that made a nice soft ice cream, like a really think mcdonalds milkshake that I had to eat with a spoon. It was lovely!!
     
  8. jabbathehut

    jabbathehut This is the last time!!

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    I thought the powder shakes had to be consumed within 15 minutes of opening? My CDC advised against cooking/freezing anything as it affects the nutritional content (or something)
     
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