Last week I received a lovely package of Milkshakes from Shaken Udder, a UK based milkshake company founded in 2004. From being sold at festivals, to stocked in major retailers across the UK, the company is going from strength to strength and you can see why from what they have to offer.
In my box I received a number of their 330ml bottles and their small kids cartons, which have some very interesting flavours!
They’re available in quite a few places like Tesco, Morrisons, M&S, Booths and Sainsburys. Oh, and they’re gluten free.
The milkshakes are a good source of Vitamin B12, something I struggle with from time to time. So it was nice to find a fun way of getting it into my diet. Especially with that Strawberries and Clotted Cream flavour. They really are indulgent, and what I liked about flavours such as Chocolush, is that they don’t have that artificial flavour, and that’s because they use fresh ingredients.
Shaken Udder are also passionate about sustainability, use milk sourced locally to their factory, to help cut down their miles, and their bottles are fully recyclable, with their cartons being made from FSC Cardboard.
Of course, I couldn’t try them without giving a little recipe a go, and their website has a section dedicated to them.
I found their Fudge recipe, which calls for just butter, sugar and their Vanillalicious milkshake. I changed the recipe slightly, and used their Salted Caramel bottle instead of the Vanillalicious. Click here to see the recipe.
It was a little bit time consuming but it definitely was worth it, as I had a fabulous homemade fudge to share at the end of it! I would never have thought of using milkshake to make fudge before, so I really like that they’re inventive and innovative with things like this.
So what do you think? I really liked them, and think they’re a lot nicer than the mainstream brands of milkshake.
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