Strawberry Shake…sugarless

Here is a recipe for a strawberry shake with no processed sugar and no artificial sweetners.  It was so good!  Even Randy requests these as an after dinner sweet snack.

Strawberry Shake…sugarless

This was actually really, really good and such a fun treat after three weeks without sugar.  No condiments, no crackers (except homemade which I will post the recipe for later), or anything else with sugar in it.

All I did was put:

1 cup of raw milk (preferably grass-fed)

4-5 frozen strawberries with their green tops

1-2 t raw honey

In a blender and let ‘r rip.

It was the consistency of a strawberry shake without all the added junk.  It was delicious.


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