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  • Milkshake sachets

    I did search but couldn't find anything. Do you remember sachets of milkshake powder from the 80's I think. they came in packets of 2 sachets.

    I think mum bought them from Sainsburys as a treat and you had to add milk and whisk furiously. The best method was to put the whisk between both hands and do a motion like you're warming you hands up.

    Once made I remember them being a really thick milkshake and the chocolate one was incredible, so delicious! I've been craving them for about 40 years, tell me I'm not the only one who remembers them?
    Last edited by Jabbso; 16-07-2021, 14:10.

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    Kellogg's Two Shakes.

    Earlier thread here:

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    • #3
      Yes, that’s them. Thanks so much for linking the other thread. Great memories!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by I. R. Fincham View Post
        Kellogg's Two Shakes.

        Earlier thread here:
        The days when Kellogg's made a lot more in their factories rather than just breakfast cereals.
        I've everything I need to keep me satisfied
        There's nothing you can do to make me change my mind
        I'm having so much fun
        My lucky number's one
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        • #5
          I went to primary school with a boy who ate an entire sachet out of the packet with a spoon EVERY DAY.

          When I was younger, we used to spend every other weekend at my grandparents' house. Before bed, they always gave us a kellogs milkshake from a sachet. This post brought back pleasant memories.

          I use a whipped cream dispenser as a milkshake maker for my kids. I loathe canned, ready-made, and modern sachet milkshakes. Making our own is so much better and easier with a taste and texture similar to the good old days before low fat and low sugar!
          Last edited by DamianHubbard; 1 week ago.

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