Having kids studying from home literally feels like they have one eye in the fridge and the other on the screen. Anything that passes by near the fridge gets a good peek to decide when to eat it in the next 10 minutes.
Come Friday, I don’t know if they are exhausted I sure am And then, the energy-filled buddies of mine fill up the social media pages with the decadent cakes, bakes and cheesecakes. I often wonder where they get their energy from.
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By God, I feel I am done by Friday and my daughter come running saying, mum look at these cheesecakes. Turned to her and said how about I teach you a 5-minute cheesecake hack. Oh, she fell for that!!!
So no whipping, no whisking, no chilling, no ultimate cake falls. It is cheesecake shake time. This is the creamiest, slurpiest Friday treat. Not the healthiest, but hey one snack a week can be worked out isn’t?After all, it is a cheesecake shake.
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Try it. I am sure your kids will love it too.
Plus no hard work. Blender, cream cheese and a couple of more things make this ultimate cheesecake shake.
Overall keep that fridge full and hopefully, they will keep themselves to the lessons too. We are planning to work out all this cream going bushwalking tomorrow. What are you planning? Share us your stories of how your kids are keeping up with school from home in the comments. After all, we all in this and need to survive collectively. Don’t miss to tag us when your children love this chocolate cheesecake shake.
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Chocolate cheesecake shake
- 2 cups full cream milk ( keep it chilled)
- 1/4 cup double cream ( use chilled)
- 4 ounce cream cheese
- 2 heaped tbsp chocolate powder
- 2 tbsp honey
- 1 tbsp cream cheese
- few mint leaves
- few berries
- Add the milk, the cream, the cream cheese, the chocolate and honey into the blender and blend till smooth.
- Pour into tall glasses and garnish with whipped creamcheese, berried and mint leaves.
- Serve immediately.
- If you want to keep it for later it stays good in the fridge for a day. Enjoy