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Friday, July 15, 2016

Healthy Sapodilla/Chikoo Milkshake

Well, today I just checked my fruit basket and I found these cute little fruits lying besides a bunch of mangoes. I brought them from a fruit market few days back and I forgot to use them while making fruit custard. Maybe that is why these little chikoo's got overly ripe and soft! But as they are too sweet and soft, I'm stopping myself from throwing them away. So today I am out with this chikoo shake recipe. Before making this shake do make sure that the chikoo's that you're using are sweet in taste and they have not turned sour or bad otherwise your hard work can be a total waste of time.

My husband hates simple chikoo milkshake so he adds chopped mixed fruits with lots of milk cream! I love the marriage of a scoop of chocolate ice-cream with this particular shake and this yummy idea, is a treat for my husband. I always understand his mood and I try to make him happy with different types of milkshakes. And this one was truly a win-win situation to change his not-so good mood! 

This shake tasted so good when served chilled in breakfast and therefore voracious appetites would most certainly mean that the chikoo milkshake was guzzled down within minutes. I also love to sit out on the veranda, preferring a good music playing around the background with a glass of chilled chikoo milkshake and a bowl chocolate chip cookies! Simply Perfect!

Let's start blending!

Healthy Sapodilla/ Chikoo Milkshake

Sapodilla milkshake, Chikoo Milkshake

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2 persons

Ingredients for Chikoo Milkshake
4-5 unseeded and chopped Chikoo
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup ice cubes
Sugar or honey as needed


  • With the help of a knife, roughly chop the chikoo into pieces and remove its seeds. If chikoo's are not overly ripe than simply peel the skin of chikoo with the help of a peeler.
  • In a blender, add 5 unseeded, peeled and chopped ripe chikoo and blend it with 1/2 cup milk and 1 teaspoon of sugar.
  • Blend well into a smooth paste. Note that chikoo's are already sweet when turned ripe, so initially always add the least amount of sugar. Later you can adjust the sweetness and thickness of chikoo milkshake.
  • If you're doing it for your kids then try adding chocolate syrup or chopped mixed fruits or ice-cream as a fun element for them.
I hope you too enjoy drinking this healthy and not so difficult drink at home! Enjoy hoggerz! 

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