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Old 04-10-2016, 02:58 AM #1 (permalink)
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Default This sounds like a great smoothie recipe

I just found this and thought it sounds rather divine, though I'm not a whiskey girl I thought it could be substituted with baileys or similar.

For those PALS getting sick of the same old smoothie, or looking for one to share with their CALS

Soak some ginger nut biscuits in whiskey ( this will determine the thickness of your drink the more biscuits the thicker it will be ) until they are very soft ..

Pour into your blender ..

Add one teaspoon of honey ..

Peel a small eating apple and slice, then add to blender ..

Put some ginger ale into a cup and add a small drop of sugar ( this will remove the gas/ fizz in the ale just in case it fizzes in your blender ) pour into blender ..

Blend until smooth ..

Pour into a glass and add some fresh cream ..
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