Dates Milkshake

November 05, 2016

How to make Dates Milkshake


Indeed a lot of nutrients are present in dates that will not suffice to mention here. Dates are fully packed with an impressive list of nutrients, minerals and vitamins that are required for the normal growth, development and well-being.

When eaten, fresh dates revitalise our body and replenish energy instantly. For this reason, they are being served to break the fast during Ramadan month since ancient times. Dates are an excellent source of iron, potassium and minerals like copper, manganese, phosphorous, calcium and magnesium.



Dates lower blood pressure and cholesterol, helps in weight gain, promotes digestion, improves skin and bone health.

how to make Dates Milkshake

The sugar content of ripe dates is about 80%; the remainder consists of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals. For this reason, dates have always been a substitute for sugar in my tot's recipes. Recently, he got introduced to white sugar. Seriously, why you would opt for white poison if you have a natural sugar substitute with so many health benefits.

This Dates Milkshake is an easy two ingredients recipe which will boost your energy perfect for a start of a day. 


  How to make quick and easy Dates milkshake recipe :

1. Boil milk. Wash dates if in case it has any dirt or you can use right away.
2. Soak dates in enough boiled milk. Let it remain undisturbed till it cools down.
3. Blend dates well along with the milk in which it was soaked till you get a paste consistency.
4. Pour the remaining milk and blend.
5. Serve warm or chilled.

how to make Dates Milkshake



Dates Milkshake
 CuisineIndian
 Prep Time5 minutes
 Servings
people
INGREDIENTS
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Boil milk. Wash dates if in case it has any dirt or you can use right away.
  2. Soak dates in enough boiled milk. Let it remain undisturbed till it cools down.
  3. Blend dates well along with the milk in which it was soaked till you get a paste consistency.
  4. Pour the remaining milk and blend.
  5. Serve warm or chilled.

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