Alpro Soya Banana Shake Reviews
Product Type: Alpro Soft Drink
Description:Manufacturer: Alpro / Type: Milkshake
Newest Review: ... on a random trip to Holland and Barrett I found these carton's of Alpro shakes sold for 50p a pop (given this was a few years ... more
Customer Alpro Soya Banana Shake Reviews (3)
by - written on 08/10/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Being dairy-free has it's downsides (not many, but a few) and so when I had to give up my much loved milkshakes no matter how much I worked at making my own milkshakes, they didn't have the same flavour or consistency of my much loved dairy milkshakes. Then on a random trip to Holland and Barrett I found these carton's of Alpro shakes sold for 50p a pop (given this was a few years ago and they've probably since gone up in price - blame the credit crunch!). I thought I'd give them a go and I was pleasantly surprised. Having not long given up dairy for a dairy free lifestyle I didn't notice the difference in taste, texture or flavour. At first the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/06/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have been lactose intolerant for seven years and many places do not supply readymade milkshakes that have no dairy within them. This is very frustrating for someone who used to love a nice large milkshake as a child from a takeaway, or as refreshment whilst on a shopping trip in town. At home wanting a milkshake is not so much of an issue. All it requires is some instant milkshake powder along with some soya or rice milk, either that or some fresh fruit with the latter in a blender. While this is all well and good, this does not solve the craving for a milkshake when outside. This is why I am thankful for the Alpro Soya Banana Shake. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/08 (Very useful, 126 readings)
I'm lactose intolerant, so getting calcium into my diet can be difficult. I don't like plain Soya milk, so rice milk goes on my cereals. However, for a quick snack/drink I do enjoy these Alpro Soya milkshakes, inparticular the Banana flavoured ones. You might think that a soya milkshake wouldn't taste like a normal milkshake (think of a "thin" milkshake, rather than a "thick" shake such as those at McDonalds), but in my opinion, these don't taste any different. They taste nice and include calcium and vitamins. They are very handy if you have a kid (or "big kid" like me!) who is lactose intolerant and needs a bit of ... Read the complete review
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