The Fruity Milkshake

10:34:00 AM

Hey guys! 
So I decided I had to learn to cook. If you know me personally, you'd know that's a risk for humanity. If you don't know me, all you need to know is that I'm the worst of the worst when it comes to cooking.

But, I noticed, cooking (or at least the basic cooking skills) is a must. Specially since I'm embracing the healthy lifestyle: I can't always wait for my mom or order food or go out for food. So, the best idea ever, stroke me: LEARN TO COOK.So, this kind of posts is going into the Food Section (obviously). It won't be really usual posting, because mostly my friends, my mom and my Youtubers/Bloggers will be teaching me how to make eggs, pasta... The basic of basics.

BUT! Every once in a while I'll try posting about something I've done on my own and well let's start with this. I made a milkshake. I'm so proud.

The Ingredients: (for 2 servings)

- 1 cup of strawberries (7 to 8 strawberries) 

- 1 orange (you can also use orange juice)
- 1 banana
- 1/2 cup of milk
- 1/2 cup of water 

A great tip is to mix the water and the milk together because it's easier for STEP 2. 

- 1 tbsp of sugar
- 1 tbsp of vanilla

The Steps: 

1- Slice all fruits into small cubes.

2- Mix the fruits together while slowly adding the milk and the water. 
(something my stupid self didn't do: I put everything together and mixed them all: same taste but different texture)
3- Add the sugar and the vanilla while mixing.
4- You can strain the whole mix.
(something I also didn't think of doing, so I had to chew some things) 

5- Add a tasty Donut to the side of the milkshake. ;)

Well, step by step...

 I fainted halfway through the preparation: no idea why, maybe the stress of cooking got to me.
Also, I wrote this whole post calling it a smoothie until my stupid cooking head noticed I put milk in it: so it's a milkshake (the statement I made after ten minutes of research for the difference between smoothie and milkshake)

I'd like to thank my mother for giving me the chance to cook in her kitchen
 (even after I broke the mixer last time)

And shoutout to CK (no, not Calvin Klein) but my close friend for teaching me how to cook real soon.
 I ask you all to pray for her and what she will have to witness. 

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