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Confirmed sighting: Milky Way Shake It
Posted: 12:25 Wed 19-03-2003. Price: £1.29 for 2 sachets + shaker. Location: Sainsbury. Sub-flavours: Chocolate, Strawberry. Nutritional unusualness: None noted.
Snackspot reports: almost in answer to Snackspot's February plea for shakes that get thicker when you shake them, comes the astonishing dual-use technology of Milky Way Shake It Thick Milkshake - or Mousse Dessert. Depending whether you add 250ml or 150ml of milk, 30 seconds of shaking produces either a very sweet, mildly gelatinous milkshake which tastes of Angel Delight, or (after an additional hour's refrigeration) 2 portions of Angel Delight-style dessert that doesn't taste very much like a Milky Way. Raising the question: can you use normal Angel Delight mix to make milkshakes too? With the "Shaker Pack", the key - as ever - is in the small print. More specifically, step 3: "Replace the lid and ensure that it is fixed tight". It doesn't screw on or anything, so you can't quite tell how tight it is. Rest assured, there'll be a lot of kids redecorating kitchens with Milky Way Mousse Drinks tonight!

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Posted: 21:58 Tue 01-04-2003 by "flarpdotnet"
Comment: You should be able to make milkshakes from Angel Delight - I recall making it up thinner and then freezing in ice-lolly moulds to make milk-type lollies, should work non-frozen too.
Posted: 01:18 Tue 22-04-2003 by "Zappomatic"
Comment: Yep you can make Angel Delight into milkshake - I encountered a stall last year giving out free samples of Angel Delight, as milkshake, traditionally and frozen.
Posted: 11:22 Tue 22-04-2003 by "Perkin Warbeck"
Comment: Use half the packet of Angel Delight with the full amount of milk. Best to drink straight away (I've never tried leaving it in the fridge afterwards - it might set eventually, but I doubt it). I normally add in a couple of spoonfuls of the appropriate flavour of ice cream as well and then whisk it in.
Posted: 16:49 Thu 10-07-2003 by "bob" # permalink comment
Comment: can't find this stuff any where!!!!!
Posted: 16:19 Fri 11-07-2003 by "Diarmuid Mallon" # permalink comment
Comment: Waitrose in Woodly (Reading) yet again come through with these new treats. Using the 'shaker' resulted in a lump milkly drink (most of the powder failed to disolve). Using an electric handwhisk was more successful - giving a thick and chocolatey drink; but still a fair amount of lumps at the bottom. Angel delight works much better, with zero lumps. I go for 500ml milk to 1 pack plus some vanilla ice cream, yum yum
Posted: 21:40 Wed 30-07-2003 by "MiKe" # permalink comment
Comment: brought This From Sainsbury Local In Central London, I Took 1 And A dozen Of Things Home In The States, Its like a Cheep Verson Of jell-o (jell-o Is An Instant Chocolate Pudding Not Like Your Verson ''jelly'') And I Also Brought 100 Cadbury Bars - I Love The Stuff, England Is A Bit Behind Us In The States You Dont Have Pepsi Blue Or Mountain Dew - I Fell Very Sorry For You On Tha & And You Dont Sell Lucky Charms, Marshmallow Fluff Or Root Beer
Posted: 07:58 Thu 31-07-2003 by "Alex" # permalink comment
Comment: We Used To Sell Mountain Dew And Lucky Charms But They Were Discontinued We Do Get Root Beer Here In Sainsburys But I Hate It It Taste Like Watered Down Cough Medicine
Posted: 16:22 Sun 03-08-2003 by "MiKe" # permalink comment
Comment: i Love Root Beer It Is One Of Our Best Sodas, The Best One Is A&W I Belive You Can Buy It From Yankee Doodles And It Is Only 1.20 ($1.90) Click Link Below To Buy http://www.yankeedoodleiow.com/shopcandy.html
Posted: 13:18 Thu 11-03-2004 by "Stuart Campbell" # permalink comment
Comment: Developments in milkshake technology continue with this cunningly dual-purpose Milky Way-branded beverage which doubles as a pudding. Fill the cocktail-shaker cup with 150ml of milk, add the contents of the powder sachet, do your best Tom-Cruise-in-Cocktail impression then refrigerate for an hour and you’ve got two servings of mousse. Put an extra 100ml of milk in, however, then shake it like a Polaroid picture and you’ve got a ready-to-drink frothy milkshake.

The packaging says 30 seconds of agitation will do the trick, but it actually took well over a minute of vigorous shake, rattle and rolling to get even most of the powder dissolved, and even then there were still lots of gritty little bits left in it. Taste-wise it’s halfway between a real milkshake and a McDonald’s chemical atrocity, and on the whole it’s just not worth all the effort.


Posted: 17:33 Fri 12-03-2004 by "JT" # permalink comment
Comment: buy the looks of it Yankee Doodles have closed down or summot takr a look! i ordered many good products from them at cheeper prices than cybercandyhttp://www.yankeedoodleuk.com 39401 1 42
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