10 Vegan Shake Recipes

10 Vegan Shake Recipes

These ten vegan shake recipes will come in handy for those days when spring fever finally hits and all you crave is a sunbeam, your sunglasses and a frosty sweet treat to cool you off and make you smile. Spring. Is. Coming. Do you feel it? That warm feeling on the back of your neck. The squint in your eye and the urge to take off your fuzzy sweater and heavy winter shoes - and frolic around in a tank . . .

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