Used by professionals for years, the Waring Professional Drink Mixer is now available to the public. Part of the brand's PDM series, this product creates milkshakes and healthy drinks such as yogurt shakes with wheat germ and fresh fruit. The Professional Drink Mixer comes with a two-speed motor with a chrome-plated motor cover. It features a single-spindle mixer with a 24-ounce, stainless steel mixing cup, which makes one serving at a time. It also comes in Quite White, Chili Red, Retro Green (pictured here) and Ebony colors. In its manual for the Professional Drink Mixer, Waring includes recipes for "health cocktails," breakfast drinks, banana shakes and frosties. A user can even make solid-food favorites such as pancakes, plain omelettes and eskimo pies. Also on the list of recipes are dessert toppings such as whipped cream and whipped fruit cream. For those in a partying mood, other recipes include grasshoppers, mixed alexander cocktails and a sunny sunshine, a mixture of orange juice, vodka and Curacao or Grand Marnier.


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