I like to make this chilly chocolate-flavored coffee drink when friends stop by for a visit. I always double the recipe, however, because I know they'll come back for seconds. For a richer and creamier version, replace the milk with half-and-half cream. —Lauren Nance, San Diego, California
A few sips of this flavorful shake will curb the hungriest sweet tooth. For a lighter version, substitute a tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder for the chocolate chips.—Athena M. Russell, Florence, South Carolina.
Ride a wave of approval when you serve this freshing berry-flavored beverage. Kids will love its pastel blue color and sea-foamy consistency...and with just three simple ingredients, it's a breeze to whip up in the blender.
Dale Hartman of Coventry, Rhode Island likes to serve this yummy alternative to the traditional holiday favorite. Although made with fat-free ingredients, the easy-to-fix recipe retains the thick creamy consistency of the classic Christmas beverage.
This very thick, not-too-sweet shake from 12-year-old Grant Dixon of Roseburg, Oregon packs a big strawberry and banana taste. "It's easy to mix together in the blender. I especially like it topped with whipped cream," he says.
“My daughter likes to make these delicious shakes in our blender. I turn them into Popsicles by freezing them, or use orange or rainbow sherbet and orange juice concentrate to switch up their flavor." Crystal Sheckles-Gibson - Beespring, Kentucky