Batido de Trigo

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Batido de trigo is the first in my classic Cuban milkshake series. Batido de trigo is a true Cuban breakfast enigma made of puffed wheat cereal, whole milk, and sugar- lots of sugar. Traditional Cuban milkshakes are sweet afternoon treats meant to be paired with Cuban sandwiches or enjoyed with croquetas and pastelitos as a sinful snack or late lunch. Cubans love the sweet and savory combination (hello- we eat fried sweet bananas with every meal!) and a batido with a steak sandwich is the epitome of perfection.

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Cuban batidos are made with tropical flavors like mamey, platano, trigo, mango, guanabana, vanilla, and papaya. They are easy to make, sweetly delicious, and a summer savior. Even though I know batidos are just milkshakes with different flavors, the tropical fruit (or puffed wheat) and addition of leche condensada seems to make all the difference.

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Batido de Trigo

  • 1 cup puffed wheat
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup ice
  • 2 tbsp sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • a few drops vanilla extract (optional)
  • Dash salt

Blend all ingredients together. Add more sugar if desired. Drink immediately. Makes two batido de trigo.

You can also add a scoop of ice cream to make your batido de trigo extra creamy, rich, and delicious.

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2 comments

  1. Yo ADORO Los batidos de trigo pero como tengo diabetes le agrego 3 Splendas, y de vez en cuando le po go una cacha radiate de Malta.
    Ayer hice batido de mango y Ahora estoy haciendo helado de mango, que me queda suave y creemoso. 1 Lata leche condensada y la misma cantidad de heavy whipping cream, 1 egg and fill to the top the blender with mango cut in small pieces. Blend and put in container with lid and to the freezer it goes. Heavenly.

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