Hawaii Mom Blog: f'real milkshakes




October 28, 2013

f'real milkshakes

There has been a lot of talk about f'real milkshakes.  For a while, I didn't bother to investigate what all the hype was about.  But the other day I was craving something sweet, and since we were on the road, I figured we'd give it a try.

f'real is made out of real ice cream and milk, therefore it's very high in calories and fat.  It was delicious, but it'll bust your waistline and wallet.  It is available at select 7-Eleven locations for $3.99 plus tax.

f'real comes in many flavors.  The hardest part of the process is deciding on which one to try, because they all sound good.  

As a big fan of Reese's, I could not pass up the peanut butter cup milkshake since it's made with Reese's.

After you select your shake, tear off the foil on top and then place in the machine and follow the directions on the touch screen.  Then watch as your cup is lifted into the machine for mixing.

Here's the finished product.

For best results, do not read the nutrition facts on the back.  It will only depress you.  It's full of calories, fat (saturated), and sugar.   

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