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« on: March 28, 2005 07:40:30 PM »

hello all of you crafty preparers of food! i need your help becase i am decidedly un-crafty when it comes to the kitchen. i'm getting ready to have my wisdom teeth out and want some stuff that's really easy to make. i've already got some soups, mashed potatoes, and pudding. i wanted to be able to make milkshakes too. i keep thinking that there are pre-made mixes (like powders) that you can mix with milk and freeze. i'm thinking this will be easier than having to scoop out the ice cream and run the blender and everything. especially if i'm going to be drugged.  Wink does anybody know what i'm talking about and where i can get them? my husband was suggesting things like ovaltine or nesquick, but i suspect those would just freeze into a solid ice cube rather than have the consistency of a shake. i was thinking these mixes would have gelatin or something in it to thicken them up. anybody have any ideas?
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« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2005 05:47:32 AM »

Are you thinking about something like "Carnation Instant Breakfast"?
BTW, After you have teeth pulled, You can't use a straw.
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« Reply #2 on: March 29, 2005 07:18:56 AM »

i looked at that in the store, actually, but it didn't say anything about freezing it. can you freeze it and end up with a milkshake, or will it be more like a milk/ice cube?

yeah, i know about not using straws. i've got some plastic spoons to use. thanks for the reminder though!
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« Reply #3 on: March 29, 2005 09:08:19 AM »

I've never tried freezing it, give it a try.
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