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Review: Raspberry Crusha Milkshake

The boys love milkshakes. If we go out for burgers or chicken nuggets from a certain well known burger joint you can be pretty sure that at least 2 of the 3 lads will order a milkshake with their meal. Milkshakes are offered as treats, rewards, and yes, even bribes - sometimes the promise of a milkshake before bed is the only thing that will shift Georgie out of the bath tub in the evenings!

My boys know, like, and generally stick to the same things. Jack always goes for strawberry, Tom will ask for vanilla, and Georgie always ALWAYS has chocolate.

When the BzzAgents review for Raspberry Crusha came up I just had to apply for it. We tend to buy Crusha anyway. Both the older boys like the sugar free strawberry version - which we find good for a bedtime drink for the kids because they don't get the sugar rush in the evenings - and the chocolate flavour which is easily Georgie's favourite drink in the whole world. But we had never tried Raspberry!

There was some competition through the week to see who would be the best behaved boy, and the winner would get first taste of the Raspbery Crusha, first use of the smashing Crusha milkshake cup that came as part of the kit, and STAR in our mini promo video. Tom won!



He LOVED it! That milkshake only took seconds to make, and moments to drink! And he was thrilled to use that Crusha cup too. I'm thinking that since Crusha don't currently have a vanilla flavour available Tom is going to have a new favourite flavour!

Find out more about Crusha at their website www.crusha.co.uk which features some cute games and shows their full range of flavours.


Disclaimer: I was sent a free bottle of Raspberry Crusha to sample and review, and a number of vouchers to give out to other people to sample for them selves. I was not paid to do this review. All opinions are my own and those of my son.



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