50 Decadent Milkshake Recipes

Brenda Van Niekerk
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Try making these easy, decadent milkshake recipes.

Some of the recipes within the book:

Caramel Milkshake, Cherry And Mandarin Milkshake, Cherry Vanilla Milkshake, Chocolate Banana Milkshake, Chocolate Cheesecake Milkshake, Chocolate Coconut Milkshake, Chocolate Ginger Milkshake, Chocolate Malted Milkshake, Chocolate Mint Milkshake, Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake, Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake, Daiquiri Milkshake, Eggnog Milkshake, Fig, Pecan And Maple Milkshake, Honey, Lemon And Malt Milkshake, Irish Cream Coffee Milkshake, Lemon Almond Milkshake, Lemongrass Milkshake, Lemongrass, Kaffir Lime And Coconut Milkshake and much, much more......

This recipe book contains delicious, easy to follow recipes.
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About the author

Brenda loves cooking, baking and experimenting with new ideas for recipes. Writing recipe books just flows naturally from that.  She also writes about subjects that interest  her.... 

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Brenda Van Niekerk
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Published on
Oct 20, 2013
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Pages
25
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Beverages / General
Cooking / Beverages / Non-Alcoholic
Cooking / General
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