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Freedom to Eat (Recipe: Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake)

We left our three oldest kids with Grandma & Grandpa yesterday. For the first time, they will be spending a week away from home. We’ve left them in the past to go on vacations, so they have been without mom and dad before, but never away from home.

After day one, I miss them a lot. I have discovered that much of my social life and reason for getting out of the house has evolved into being because of them.My good friends are the moms of their friends. My excuse to go outside is to take them out to play. I chat on the phone with their friends moms when their friends call for playdates. We go to the pool because they want to go and I hang out with friends from the neighborhood there. My life has really turned into revolving around them, which I am totally fine with. It just makes it seem a lot more lonely around here, in more ways than one, when they are gone.

One thng I don’t miss yet is feeding the little rascals. As much as I love to cook and to eat, I sometimes miss the cereal and canned biscut days of college! So, without the pressure of having to set a good example to my kids, I’ve quickly reverted back to not caring about three square meals a day, the whole eating breakfast thing, and nutrition. In fact, for breakfast/lunch at 1pm today I had a Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake. This is something I would never have been able to get away with when my kids were at home, so I’m taking advantage of not having to be the role model and eating tasty desserts for lunch instead.

The Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake is one of those guilty pleasures of mine, because you know…strawberry cheesecake & milkshakes alone aren’t indulgent enough. Enjoy!

Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake from Recipezaar



  1. Combine milk, ice cream, strawberries and cheesecake mix in a blender and mix on high speed until smooth.
  2. Pour into two 12-ounce glasses.
  3. Garnish the top with a teaspoon of graham cracker crumbs from the cheesecake kit.
  4. Serve.

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  1. vat a great idea!!! never tries any shake with cheesecake.. have a nice day

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  2. Hurray for breaks from being a ‘role model’! And what a great way to celebrate, with an awesome milkshake. I can almost taste it. I’m so jealous right now.

  3. A little cheating on the nutrition doesn’t hurt anyone. Especially not when the cheesecake milkshake looks that good! How I wish we got the cheesecake kit here. Just for times like these when I’m feeling lazy!

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  4. Oh what a great idea for a milkshake. This must be the best breakfast/lunch ever :D

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  5. This would satisfy a lot of cravings. It’s breakfast or a snack…dessert or dinner. If you’re really lazy like us. :)

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  6. YUM! I love strawberries, cheesecake, and milkshakes. All in one must be heaven!

    Katie @ goodLife {eats}s last blog post..Happy 4th of July: Cherry Limeade Cupcakes

  7. Cereal and canned biscuits? My college diet more closely resembled the “pizza and beer” diets. Or, if we were feeling really indulgent, calzones and boxed wine!

  8. Good for you! I understand completely.
    What’s on the menu for tomorrow? Red wine and popcorn? :)

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  9. Bingo being hungry now ;-)

    Sounds really nice – have to try!

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  10. … uhm, I would like one please. What a great idea!

    Bobs last blog post..Something To Do With Leftover: French Fries

  11. I love a cheesecake that I can drink! Sounds delish!

    Melodys last blog post..Chocolate Chip Corn Flake Cookies

  12. A wonderful idea! This milkshake sounds really delightful!



  13. You go girl do it while you can! It sounds very decadent and wonderful!

    Bunnys last blog post..Cilantro Lime Chicken – Jalapeno Potato Salad – Fresh Cherry Crostata – Wiggly Watermelon

  14. Enjoy your time alone. What a nice milkshake.

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  15. I spent a whole semester eating cereal alone!

    Holy Cow! Anything with the word cheesecake in it has my attention! Yummy!

    Melissas last blog post..Oven Roasted BBQ Ribs

  16. I guess we won’t be able to get away with eating cereal for dinner once Abbi gets older. I better take advantage now and have one of these for lunch tomorrow!

    Deborahs last blog post..Chocolate-Hazelnut Meringue Kisses

  17. Never in my life have I encountered a cheesecake milkshake, but once I saw yours..I thought “That’s the ultimate milkshake..why HAVEN’T I seen nor tasted one before?” That looks INCREDIBLE, and now I’m thinking of taking the ‘fat’ route and trying to come up with one using full fat cream cheese! LOL That’s one beautiful milkshake..and I’d love to guzzle that glass, brain freeze or not!

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  18. I can’t wait to try this! I love cheesecake, but I didn’t know it can have a milkshake version!

  19. My daughters have gone to stay with their father in Canada for the entire summer. So I know where you’re coming from! I think I cried for a whole afternoon. Then I made cookies and things got better :D I’ll have to try this milkshake, soon. My fav Ben and Jerry’s flavor is strawberry cheesecake, so I’m thinkin’ this will be right up my alley (and my thighs).

    Karen Moores last blog post..Oven Roasted Asparagus

  20. Oh yum, this looks so delicious! I love the honey mustard story too.


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