The bottles come in three yummy flavours Vanilla, chocolate and banana.
Here is a run down on what I found out about the milkshakes;
- They contain less than 5% sugar
- They are gluten free
- The bottles are recyclable
- Suitable for vegetarians
- No preservatives, artificial flavours or colours are used
- These milkshakes contain natural flavours
- A great source of calcium with British semi-skimmed milk
Here is what my daughters thought of the three flavours;
Top Banana : Both girls thought this deserved second place “Best banana milkshake I have tasted” “creamy and yum”
Chocolush : “Taste’s like actual chocolate” “So yummy”
Vanillalicious : Both girls thought this was their favourite, “so yummy and with vanilla dots inside” “Tastes like Custard!”
As well as the bottles of milkshakes they also come in these lunch box friendly sized 200 ml cartons.
Each one has on average 140 calories and fit into lunch boxes a treat. The all use the same natural ingredients with a creamy delicious taste.
Cost wise they are £1 each at the moment for the bottles (in Tesco and Waitrose) – £1.29 usually, and for the cartons they are £1.89 for three.
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I will most certainly be buying more of these milkshakes I found the cartons a huge hit as they can be popped into lunch boxes for school or for after school clubs and my kids just love the taste, so they will be begging me for some more in the next grocery shop.