Chocolate Milkshake

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bonefish

Chocolate Milkshake

Just bought a blender can I make Chocolate Milkshakes using real milk chocolate if so how?

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Tompeters

Chocolate Milkshake

"Real milk chocolate"? I guess you mean the choc bar? That's processed to make good eating - melts just a fraction under blood temp or you get a gooey mess in your mouth (well, you don't, not any more as Cadbury's have found a way round that but I digress). 'Real' chocolate is cocoa powder and cocoa butter. Next you need to tell us what you see as a 'real' milkshake? An American one with ice-cream, or just milk.....

I've played around a lot with these things and will try to help if you tell me what exactly you are looking for!

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bonefish

Chocolate Milkshake

Yes sorry it wasn't very clear was it.
I should have said that I have just bought a food processor and I wish to make the grandchildren chocolate Milkshakes like they get in a well known fastfood outlet.

Using bars of milk chocolate and vanilla ice cream.

I hope this has made it a bit clearer.

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Tompeters

Chocolate Milkshake

Bonefish, ah! Trying to produce a synthetic product from 'real' ingredients such as you can buy in the supermarket is usually very difficult. Have a look at the ingredients for choc milkshake from one of the well known fast food outlets:-

http://www.mcdonalds.co.uk/ukhome/product_nutrition.drinksshakes.83.chocolate-milkshake-medium.html

 
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