Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Making Milkshakes with a Walker

I am sharing the way I make milkshakes daily since I walk with my walker now.   It is tough to carry things with a walker but we try to find a way.    I walk back to get my chair so I can sit while I drink it.  I do not want to spill liquid. 
Whey Protein, chocolate ice cream, and milk is all of the ingredients it takes to make this shake, yums.   I know others want my favorite recipe so I am offering mine.  ~grins~
Voila!  It is ready to drink!  My family cannot believe that I drink this much, Ok I have a drinking problem :)   Just sharing my life is all....

23 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh yum! I have a coupon for a free shake from Chick Fil A this month :-)

I had knee surgery in 2004 and remember how hard it was on crutches to get a plate of food back to the couch. I usually just ate at the counter! I can imagine you must come up with many creative solutions daily!

Elizabeth Grimes said...

Yum! Remarkable how you don't allow yourself to miss out on things you like to do. :)

Karen said...

You are so funny, Kim!

Chatty Crone said...

Looks like a 'good' drinking problem! Chocolate is always good.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Don't worry, there's probably a Milkshakes Anonymous chapter near you.

Flying high in the sky.... said...

WoW!!! too good!!! looking at it i can say it must have been yummy!!

Alicia The Snowflake said...

Ooh...that looks yummy! At least you admit you have a problem. They say that's the first step to recovery ;)

Blessings to you my friend!

Muffie said...

Sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing the ~ahem~ recipe! And I do understand how much 'fun' it is trying to prepare food with a walker!
Peace,
Muff

Ginny said...

Do you put the shake on your walker and then push it to your chair? I would spill it every time! Are your counters low enough or are they standard height? Whey protein, I've never tasted it, but it sounds really healthy.

Sandra said...

looks yummy to me and a great way to use your walker. i could drink it all no problem.

Karen said...

The first step is always admitting you have a problem! LOL Looks yummy Kim, and very resourceful way to transport items.
Cheers

Becky Jane said...

Necessity IS the Mother of invention...lol
looks yummy!

kmilyun said...

It seems I keep getting hungry when I surf the blogs!

Whey protein sounds healthy but the chocolate ice cream makes up for it.

Jan

hip-chick said...

that looks delish! I don't think I could have it as I am lactose intolerant. But, I am envious.

Joanne said...

Hi my name is JOanne and I am a Shake-a-holic! Love Milkshakes! Blessings, Joanne

Karen Mortensen said...

I love milkshakes so how ever they get made is just fine with me.

Wanda said...

Looks like a tasty treat, Kim.

S. Etole said...

Now I wish I had one!!!

Nicole said...

this is so cool. I've just started blending every thing I can get my hands on. why the whey protein? also I imagine you can use any flavor ice cream you choose, right?

Webster said...

Whey protein, huh? That sounds like a way to make shakes healthy! And guilt-free! I thought those seated walkers were made for that purpose - to carry things from bags hanging on the handles, to transport small kitchen appliances, and sometimes to sit upon. I have used mine to transport a Smoothie across the patio, but alas I hit a bump and down went the smoothie. The dog licked it up happily. I wasn't too happy about it, though. So the walker doesn't always make great transport. I learned that lesson the hard way.

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

I could use my walker to carry the shake but it is too easy to spill. I just walk back and get my chair to drink with, also to drink anything such as water. I do have a drinking problem, first step to recovery :) Whey is to make it healthy.

sarah said...

looks yummy and what hits me from your post is that you're pushing yourself to live your best life. ☺☺

Thomas C B Chua said...

Brave on. Bravo. You are an over comer!

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