Shaken Udder Kids Milkshakes

C is at the age where he loves to copy mummy and daddy. Daddy always wears a cap so C always has to wear a hat and mummy wears glasses so C is always putting his sunglasses on. Daddy has an obsession with chocolate milkshake so every time he has some, C is sniffing around and wanting share.

When we were given the chance to try Shaken Udder's range of kids milkshakes, I joyfully accepted as I knew C would be delighted with them. We received the three different flavours; banana, strawberry and chocolate.







The Shaken Udder Kids Milkshakes are 100% natural, low fat and they contain less than 5% sugar. The cartons are 200ml which are the perfect size for children and they've been school approved for lunchboxes too.


They are made with 93% semi-skimmed milk so they are great way to get some calcium into your child along with vitamin B12. Calorie-wise, the banana and strawberry flavours are 68cal with the chocolate one being 70cal so I had no worries about letting C drink them. The milkshakes all contain real strawberries, bananas and chocolate too.



These milkshakes contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, they are suitable for vegetarians and are gluten free.

C absolutely adored every flavour and he would have drank them all in the space of a few days if I'd let him. The cartons are brightly coloured so they're great to target at kids and the thick straw meant it was easy to get the milkshake out. We enjoyed ours in the house and out and about as they are easy to carry about!




The Shaken Udder Kids Milkshakes are available at all major supermarkets in 3 packs for around £1.89. You can find out more about Shaken Udder at their website or you can follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: We received these milkshakes for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own).



No comments

Post a Comment

© Mum of a Premature Baby

This site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services - Click here for information.

Professional Blog Designs by pipdig