Nestle Nesquik Strawberry Flavour Powder Reviews
Product Type: Nestlé Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... as there are no added vegetable fats. To make the drink just mix a couple of heaped teaspoonfuls of the powder with a small ... more
Customer Nestle Nesquik Strawberry Flavour Powder Reviews (20)
by - written on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 202 readings)
I remember when I was younger and I used to love having a milkshake made using Nesquik powder made by my mum. My son also seems to have inherited my love of the drink and so at home I often have a tub of the milkshake powder so I can make us a drink when we fancy one! You can buy this in strawberry, banana and chocolate varieties but we usually opt for strawberry. The milkshake powder comes in a bright yellow tub which contains 300g of the powder. On the pack there is a picture of a rabbit drinking milkshake from a straw and this couple with the bright yellow colour of the tub ensures that it will be noticed by children. We are told that the strawberry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
Nesquik had always been a firm favourite in my childhood home. But once alcohol and going out became a big past time it was soon forgotten. That was until a recent trip to the supermarket with my two boys and the other half I came across the once loved product. Well I couldn't resist, not for the boys for me of course! I insisted on getting the chocolate flavour like a little spoilt girl but he insisted the strawberry was much better. So we came to a conclusion we would get both! Nesquik is a powdery substance you add to milk to give your milk that particular flavour. Nesquik began in 1948 in America by Nestle and made its way across Europe two years later. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Nesquik strawberry milkshake powder is a popular favourite amongst many people, more so among younger children. It has continued to outsell many other types of milkshake brands sold in shops. It was first developed in the US back in1948, and introduced as Nestle Quik. It wasn't until the 1950's that it was launched in Europe as Nesquik. The milkshake comes in strawberry, banana and chocolate flavours and perhaps vanilla, all of which can be bought from many retail shops and a 300g size retails for around £1.68. It may seem a bit dear, but I can assure you that because it is of a powder form it can last for quite some time unlike some other non ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/10 (Very useful, 200 readings)
My children love milkshake and I usually buy those bottles of bottles of Frijj, which are gorgeous but quite expensive. My sister suggested this Nesquick powder that you add to milk to make a milkshake, it sounded a good idea and on my next shopping trip I popped one in my basket. Here is what I thought of it ...... The box - It was easy to spot the milkshake powder in the shop, with its bright yellow box and cute bunny rabbit on the front it almost jumped off the shelf into my basket. The powder comes in a solid box with a lid that can come completely off. It is easy to remove and replace so small independent children could do it with little or no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Nesquik is amilk shake powder that was first created just after the second world war in the US. Like many other things, it did not take too long before it moved over to the UK. So by the 1950's most people were familiar with it. During the 1950's and 1960's it was extremely popular as there was not the range of drinks available, as there is today. A lot of teenagers also drank this because, unlike today, they did not think it was clever going to Off Licences and buying alcohol, and it was not unusual to go and ask for a 'shake' at the bar. Over the years Milkshakes have gone in and out of fashion, but they are still available to buy on most supermarket ... Read the complete review
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