Make Ahead Milk Shakes: Powdered Milk Food Storage Recipes

If you’ve every tried to serve milk shakes as a fun treat with dinner then you know the problem with them. You have a SERIOUS timing issue because they need to be served RIGHT AWAY or they get soupie and then the whole experience is ruined! So why not make the shakes ahead of time? Sounds good to you? Well it sounded good to me. This recipe was delicious and LOW-CALORIE! Since it is made out of pudding and not ice cream! This milk shake is actually kind of healthy! It just takes pudding (which can be the of the sugar-free variety), milk (powdered milk to make it a food storage recipes), and fruit. EXCELLENT!

Make Ahead Milk Shake

3-1/2 cups milk (1/2 C. + 2- 1/2 T. Dry Powdered Milk + 3-1/2 C. Water)

1 pkg. (4-serving size) Vanilla Instant Pudding (can be sugar-free)

1 medium ripe banana, cut into chunks

1/2 cup strawberries

Place all ingredients in blender and blend for 1 minute. Refridgerate until ready to serve.

(If you’re wondering why mine is orange, it’s because I drained a can of peaches and made ours a peach shake. That way it all comes from food storage….AWESOME!!!)

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  • gaby

    thank you what a great idea!!! it sound really good I;ll give it a try!!!!

    and 100:foodstorage, because I think you can use fruits form a can!!!!! thanks!!!!

  • gaby

    thank you what a great idea!!! it sound really good I;ll give it a try!!!!

    and 100:foodstorage, because I think you can use fruits form a can!!!!! thanks!!!!

  • Suzie

    This is a great idea for summer treats.Can you give us the
    pudding measurement in cups?I have the #10 cans of
    pudding and am not sure what equals a 4oz box.Love your
    website and all the great & tasty ideas!Thanks!

  • Suzie

    This is a great idea for summer treats.Can you give us the
    pudding measurement in cups?I have the #10 cans of
    pudding and am not sure what equals a 4oz box.Love your
    website and all the great & tasty ideas!Thanks!

  • gaby

    4 oz of pudding will be 1/2 c.

  • gaby

    4 oz of pudding will be 1/2 c.

  • http://thesurvivalmom.com/ Lisa

    Did you know that dairy plants sell dried milk? At the United Dairymen’s plant in Arizona I was able to buy a 50 lb. bag for about $45. The quality is great, and all I needed to do for long-term storage was put it in PETE containers.

    Lisa
    thesurvivalmom.com

  • http://thesurvivalmom.com Lisa

    Did you know that dairy plants sell dried milk? At the United Dairymen’s plant in Arizona I was able to buy a 50 lb. bag for about $45. The quality is great, and all I needed to do for long-term storage was put it in PETE containers.

    Lisa
    thesurvivalmom.com

  • http://damselindisdress.wordpress.com/ Damsel In Dis Dress

    I love having the measurements for both the dry milk and the pudding. Excellent.

  • http://damselindisdress.wordpress.com Damsel In Dis Dress

    I love having the measurements for both the dry milk and the pudding. Excellent.

  • Melissaggriffiths

    Crystal, I tried this and my milkshakes never set-up. I ended up added about 2-3 cups of ice and turning it into a fruit smoothie. Any ideas of what I might have done wrong.

  • eatfoodstorage

    What type of powdered milk did you use?

  • Melissaggriffiths

    I used non instant milk from the LDS cannery

  • eatfoodstorage

    what type of pudding did you use?