Kit Kat Milkshake And #Runstreak Day 7

Yesterday I mention I was going to make a sweet smoothie with a Kit Kat inside.

We still have a few which we brought over Christmas and I’ve had my eye on one all week before they disappear. 

I made this tasty milkshake, it was just what I needed after a long 12 miles run in the morning…


  • 1 four fingered Kit Kat
  • 50g ( 1 big scoop ) chocolate ice cream
  • 50g ( 1 big scoop ) vanilla ice cream
  • 100ml Semi skimmed milk
  • 1 large banana
  • Handful of ice cubes


  1. Break the kit Kat up into small pieces and place in the smoothie maker with the chocolate and vanilla ice cream, milk, chopped banana and ice cubes into a smoothies maker.
  2. Mix for 30 seconds.
  3. Smoothie for 30 seconds.
  4. Serve straight away.

Today running- 

I ran just over 5 and  half miles, felt ok and surprisingly not tired with my 41 miles ran last week….

Days ran this year 7/7 #runstreak

Miles ran this month 46

Workouts 7

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  1. Judy Haughton-James
    9 January 2013 / 01:09

    A 12 mile run! You are going great Clairejustine! I would not make even 1/2 a mile! LOL You deserved that delicious smoothie after such an achievement. Congratulations! Keep running!

    • Claire Justine
      9 January 2013 / 22:04

      Thanks Judy 🙂

  2. Claire Justine
    8 January 2013 / 14:21

    Yummy 🙂 Sarah its great being a runner when it's time for recovery hehe ….

  3. SarahMummy
    8 January 2013 / 08:29

    You are an awesome runner! You absolutely needed that! I'm addicted to Green & Blacks Maya Gold all the time, but running recovery essentials for me are Snickers and Tropicana smooth orange juice 🙂

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