Mouthwatering Milkshake Recipes
The addition of almond extract and granola garnish makes this fruity shake extra dreamy.
- Recipe: Peachy Dream (right)
Peanut Butter-Chocolate Shake
This shake (pictured in the middle) is your favorite candy in a cup. Play with the amount of chocolate sauce and peanut butter depending on your preference.
- Recipe: Peanut Butter-Chocolate Shake
Mint-Chocolate Chip Shake
For a thicker texture best eaten with a spoon, reduce the amount of milk in recipes by half. For a thin shake you can drink with a straw, add liquid in small increments until it's sippable.
- Recipe: Mint-Chocolate Chip Shake
Premium vanilla ice cream makes the best base for a creamy, tasty shake. Just scoop, blend, and enjoy.
- Recipe: Pom-Berry Shake
Butterscotch-Sea Salt Shake
Avoid "light" and inexpensive ice cream. It's often whipped with air, which means you'll need more scoops of ice cream—and your shakes will melt faster. The ice cream carton should feel heavy for its size.
- Recipe: Butterscotch-Sea Salt Shake (left)
Broiling the marshmallows first gives this shake its authentic straight-from-the-campfire taste.
- Recipe: S'more Shake (left)
Triple Chocolate Slush
Although there's a bit of ice cream in this recipe, the ice makes it lighter and less rich than a typical milkshake. To keep the syrup visible on the sides of the glass, put the glass in the freezer up to 30 minutes before adding the syrup.
- Recipe: Triple Chocolate Slush