Multi - Quick??

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  1. lalalala

    lalalala Member

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    Hey

    I was just wondering if a multi quick is needed to mix the shakes or do they dissovle quite easy with water?

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  3. pizzle84

    pizzle84 I will do this!!!

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    Iv got a shaker bottle which is amazing. It was £4 from asda and id highly recomment it. There's loads really cheap on ebay :) I used a multi quick but i found it made the shakes too thick.
     
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    Doirin Positivity is the key

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    Hi excuse the ignorance - what is a multi - quick?? Is it a hand blender? If so, I use that as I tend to drink the chocolate one hot, therefore I can't use the shaker.
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    I have got a shaker bottle which does work very well, but I tend to hand blend mine as I have a big fear of "lumps", they cause a gag & shudder reaction, then I can't face the shake at all.
     
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    I have that reaction too so i have to down my shakes using a straw!!!!
     
  7. MiniB

    MiniB Here we go again!

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    At work I use my shaker, so I don't annoy the other staff too much! At home I use my stick blender, which I got from tesco for about a fiver! I prefer using the blender cos it makes the shakes taste more creamier and smoother, more like a proper milkshake!
     
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    I put mine in smoothie maker with ice and water just like ordinary milkshake
     
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    I use a shaker. I find it amazing that it actually gets rid of all the lumps!!
     
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    I keep a hand-blender at work as there is a canteen/kitchen I can use. I also used one at home too. Tesco sell them at £4.18p.....well worth it for thick, frothy shakes made with lots of ice....YUM! I shall actually MISS them after tomorrow, as I will have copleted 2 weeks re-feeding........
     
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