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27 Milkshakes To Make At Home

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It’s doesn’t have to be summer to have a classic milkshake. Whip out that blender and make one of these delicious 27 Milkshakes To Make At Home!

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If often get confused as to whether to call a milkshake a drink or a dessert. I guess you can call it a “drissert”. and whipping up some frosty concoctions. I like my milkshakes thick! The thicker the better for me. While I love a good shake any time during the year, summer is the quintessential time to enjoy a cold frosty ice cream drink.

There are so many milkshake variations. I have rounded up some of the best from across the web. So if you are a fan of a thick milkshake, a freak shake or just a classic milkshake, check out these 

How To Make A Milkshake

There are a few kitchen essentials you will need to make a milkshake at home, no matter what your flavor preference. 

  1. A blender, milkshake maker or hand-held blender
  2. Frozen ice cream, yogurt, or non-dairy ice cream
  3. Milk or a non-dairy milk
  4. If you want a fruit milkshake, then don’t forget fresh fruit. Hit up the local farmers market!
  5. Milkshake flavor (ie vanilla extract or drink syrups)
  6. Milkshake toppings (jimmies, I am looking right at you)

Here is another easy recipe to try!

How To Make A Milkshake Without A Blender

Ok, so you don’t have a blender on hand. Can you make a milkshake without a blender? Of course you can. Here are  some suggestions on how to make a milkshake without a blender.

  • Option 1: Grab a quart size mason jar with a lid or a microwave-safe food storage container with a lid. Scoop the ice cream into the jar. Place in microwave and cook for 5 seconds until ice cream starts to melt. Remove and add milk and any flavorings. Place lid on the mason jar and shake vigorously. It’s a great way to get in your daily workout, but it works! If you don’t have a mason jar, use the food storage container instead.
  • Option 2: Let your ice cream sit out at room temperature for 15-20 minutes. Grab a glass bowl (or batter bowl) and a whisk. Scoop softened ice cream into the bowl and add the milk and flavoring. Slowly start to whisk together until incorporated. Enjoy!

Milkshakes To Make At Home – From The Farm Girl Gabs

So if you need a frosty treat to round out your day, here are a few of milkshakes from The Farm Girl Gabs:

This Dole Whip Smoothie recipe is inspired by my favorite Walt Disney World Treat. This easy smoothie recipe is full of pineapple flavor and is perfect for breakfast, lunch or a snack. This Dole Whip recipe is the next best thing to visiting Disney World. #dolewhiprecipe #disneyfood #disneysnack #disneyrecipe #breakfastsmoothie #dolewhip

Frozen Dole Whip Smoothie

 

Ready for a cool and refreshing drink to celebrate summer? Try this delicious Peanut Butter Mocha Caramel Frappe! Milkshake

Peanut Butter Mocha Caramel Frappe

Chocolate Oreo Cookie Malt is a modern spin on the classic soda fountain malted milkshake. Both kids and adults will approve of this tasty ice cream drink.

Chocolate Oreo Cookie Malt

Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake

Copycat Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake From Disney’s Prime Time Cafe

Red Velvet Milkshake

 Red Velvet Milkshake

27 Frosty Drinks To Make At Home!

  1. Strawberries & Cream Shake – Cincy Shopper
  2. Peanut Butter Cookie Milkshake – Recipes From A Pantry
  3. Freakshakes: Extreme Milkshakes – Amanda’s Cookin’
  4. S’mores Milkshake – The Love Nerds
  5. Peachy Peach Milkshake – Savvy Saving Couple
  6. Shamrock Shake – Baking Beauty
  7. Cookies & Cream Banana Birthday Shake – Frugal Foodie Mama
  8. Strawberry Donut Milkshake – Cutefetti
  9. Peanut Butter and Brownie Milkshakes – The Little Kitchen
  10. Whoppers Malted Milkshake – 5 Minutes for Mom
  11. Pumpkin Milkshake – Dining with Alice
  12. Fruity Pebbles Ice Cream Milkshake – See Vanessa Craft
  13. Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake – Almost Supermom
  14. Easy Maple Apple Milkshake – Snappy Gourmet
  15. Banana Pudding Milkshake – Mom Endeavors
  16. Apple Pie Milkshake – A Turtle’s Life for Me
  17. Homemade French Vanilla Milkshake – The Rebel Chick
  18. Red Velvet Cake Milkshake – My Organized Chaos
  19. Classic Vanilla Milkshake – Unicorns in the Kitchen
  20. Extreme PB ‘N Cones Milkshake – {Not Quite} Susie Homemaker
  21. Oreo Milkshake – Midget Momma
  22. Cookie Dough Milkshake – Princess Pinky Girl
  23. Vanilla Berry Milkshake with Cake and Berry Skewers – Mama Loves Food
  24. Brownie Batter Milkshake – Delightful E Made
  25. Thin Mint Milkshake – A Night Owl Blog
  26. Fried Ice Cream Milk Shake – Crafting Chicks
  27. Unicorn Food Cake Shake – Frugal Mom Eh

Which one of these milkshakes will you try?


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