Lifestyle - Food | 0-18 yrs

Milkshake Recipes To Boost Your Child's Energy

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A milkshake is a meal in itself. It fills up the tummy of your little one, delivers a plethora of nutrients to the body and is helpful for those days when your baby is not in a mood for a regular meal. Milkshakes are easy to make and there is no limit to the flavours you can try -- seasonal fruits, nuts and dried fruits, marshmallows, chocolate, vanilla and so much more. 

When the weather is balmy and the kiddos and adults in the family are complaining of those mid-morning hunger pangs, a milkshake is the best solution. Our ClipBook gives you some offbeat and drool-worthy recipes.            


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