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What’s the difference between a smoothie and a shake?

A smoothie has a shake-like consistency. It is a thick blended beverage made from pureed fruits, vegetables and liquids. The base of a smoothie usually starts with yoghurt, milk or juice, but some can be made of all fruits. The base of a milkshake is dairy, usually ice cream or milk. Flavor is added from syrups, raw fruits, but some milkshakes get their flavor solely from flavored ice cream.

For anyone who appreciates the benefits of juicing fresh fruits and vegetables, blending their own yoghurt drinks, or making fresh and healthy cocktails.

Please check our Kenwood Blender and Smoothie makers product range.

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