mmmm banana ice cream

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  1. Tiana

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    I tried a frozen banana shake today for the first time and it was so delicious

    If you haven't tried one yet you def need to!
     
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    Ooooo!! I hate the banana but in ice cream form I'm sure it wouldn't taste half as bad! How long do you leave it to freeze for?! x
     
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    well I have a fast freeze shelf and it was done in about 3 hrs, but I left in overnight then just got it out for about 10 mins before I wanted to eat it.

    I have a strawberry one waiting for tomorrow :)
     
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    oh I also made it up with only 200ml as frozen things don't taste as strong
     
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    Fab will give it a go! Thanks x
     
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    can you freeze them? i thought you had to consume them with 15mins of making them so the nutrients and vitamins dont deteriorate.
     
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    Ohhhhh :( xx
     
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    Well when veggies are frozen it keeps their nutrients I don't see why shakes would be different
     
  10. pizzle84

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    the shakes are man made not "fresh"
     
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    When I did LL we were advised to only freeze or microwave up to 1 pack per day, as yes, some of the nutrients will deteriorate, from what I understand. I still microwave the odd one, so I think freezing the odd one would be OK too, but up to you.
     
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    I nuke my soups as I cannot blend hot things in my blender. That is only 1 pack a day though

    If I was to have the banana ice cream, I would not be able to have a soup that day. Sounds yummy though
     
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    I do that with my banana shake too and it is soooo yummy. I use those ice cream moulds so they're easier to eat coz trying to scoop it out of a cup made mine go all crumbly!

    The other thing I do with my shakes is to heat them up (only sometimes) in a saucepan using only a little water and this makes them go thick and they taste like flavoured custard :D Yummy.
     
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    OMG didn't even think about that, gonna have a go tonight =)
     
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    i do it in a different way..

    I get about 9-10 icecubes and i blitz them till they're like snow.. i put them in 1 at a time.. and then i add my shake and a teeeeenie bit of water and then put in the freezer for like 5-10 mins
    xx
     
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    I emailed Exante and they said it's ok to freeze them horray!

    More ice cream for me. :)

    I like the snow and custard ideas too
     
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    Yay! Have just put a little bit of my last shake in the freezer to try tomorrow :D x
     
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