THE HANGOVER BUSTING MILKSHAKE
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THE HANGOVER BUSTING MILKSHAKE

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Serves 1 - 2 Glasses

Tasty and packed full of nutrients to kick start and replenish the body and fight that hangover.

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Ingredients

  • 30 grams of Salted Peanuts
  • 30 grams of Salted Cashew Nuts
  • 2 large Bananas
  • 1 carton (330ml) of Coconut Water
  • 50g Creamed Coconut
  • 1 tablespoon of Oat Bran
  • 2 heaped tablespoons of Ground Oats (i.e: ready brek)
  • 200ml full fat Milk (goat, cow preferably but also soya, oat etc...)
  • 300ml of Vanilla Ice Cream.
  • N.B: Not necessary - but for those who like added sweetness add a tablespoon of agave syrup or honey

Method

    1. Blend nuts, bananas, coconut water, creamed coconut, Oat bran, Ready Brek, and milk in a blender until liquidized
    2. add ice cream and blend a little more
    3. If the shake is too thick add a splash more milk, if too thin add a scoop more icecream blend until the consistency is right.

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glenny2165
22nd Sep, 2012
Tried this after a night out,took me a few looks at this like as my head was'nt with it but worked a treat,don't know weather it was all in my head that it worked but i'm not bothered it got rid of my busting head lol and definately try it again.
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