Suggestive of ledge administration and carhop days, there isn’t anything better than an ideal milkshake. Fortunately, making one at home is incredibly simple. This simple milkshake recipe provides you with the ideal proportion of milk to frozen yogurt and is totally adjustable!
Can I make it ahead of time?
Shockingly, yes! Mix up your milkshake and empty it into your glass, then stick it back in the cooler. Just let it sit out for 5 minutes or so before it’s drinkable once more! It’s a phenomenal party hack.
What are good mix-ins?
Oooh, our #1 inquiry! The mix-ins are unending. You can add Oreos, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, brownies, treat mixture, chocolate syrup, or natural product. Anything you like! Add peanut butter, bananas, and chocolate chips for a Chunky Monkey energy, or caramel, coconut, and chocolate chips for a Samoas-like milkshake. Or on the other hand go all out with wine for a Boozy Red Wine Milkshake.
In the event that you don’t need your blend ins totally mixed, similar to brownies or treat mixture, mix them in subsequent to mixing the frozen yogurt and milk.
Do I need a blender to make a milkshake?
Yes! And it’s simpler than you might imagine! Pour your milk and ice cream into a large bowl and whisk with a rubber spatula until the milk is completely incorporated. Simple!
How do I make it a malt?
Don’t belittle me, but I adore malts and believe they are considerably superior to milkshakes. By blending together milk, ice cream, and 2 tablespoons of malt powder, you can transform your milkshake into a malt!
IF YOU WANT THE BEST VANILLA MILKSHAKE
4 large scoops (about 1 1/2 c.) vanilla ice cream
1/4 c. milk
Whipped topping, for garnish
Sprinkles, for garnish
Maraschino cherry, for garnish
- Ice cream and milk should be blended together in a blender.
- Pour into a glass, top with whipped cream, add sprinkles, and add a cherry for decoration.