Apple Milkshake Recipe | How to make sugar free Apple Milkshake

March 07, 2017

Apple Milkshake Recipe | How to make sugar free Apple Milkshake

'An apple a day keeps the doctor away' is a truly said statement. There was a time when I used to feed an apple to my little one every day in whatever form. He was a happy foodie and was almost away from all types of small and uninvited sickness. Those days have passed and my happy days are gone.


Now, he is a picky eater and eats only when he is really hungry, which is good. No more he likes whole apple and whole milk. So, what option do I have left, do a milkshake??!! Yay!! and it works. Happy days are back.




This Apple Milkshake is a quick, healthy and guilt-free milkshake, which you can have at any time of a day.

Apple Milkshake Recipe | How to make sugar free Apple Milkshake


If you have been to my earlier posts, you know that mostly I prefer a substitute for sugar. We can't completely exclude it, keeping the taste in mind, but a little we can.  For this milkshake, I substituted sugar with dates. It can be anything sweet like dates, honey or even jaggery, which is much better than sugar.

How to make sugar free Apple Milkshake:

1. Take a mixie blender. Add chopped apple and dates. Add half the quantity of milk.
2. Blend till it forms a smooth paste. Add remaining milk and blend again.
3. Serve immediately along with breakfast or as an evening drink.




Apple Milkshake Recipe | How to make sugar free Apple Milkshake
 Prep Time5 minutes
 Servings
people
INGREDIENTS
  • 2 cups Whole milk boiled and cooled or chilled
  • 1 nos Apple peeled and cubed
  • 4 nos Dates pitted and chopped
  • 1 pinch of salt
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Take a mixie blender. Add chopped apple and dates. Add half the quantity of milk.
  2. Blend till it forms a smooth paste. Add remaining milk and blend again.
  3. Serve immediately along with breakfast or as an evening drink.
RECIPE NOTES
Almonds can also be added, but don't forget to soak it overnight or for an immediate result, you can soak it in hot milk. If dates are hard to grind, even it can be soaked in hot milk or overnight.

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