Dying for Chocolate: QUIRKY CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKES: National


Today is National Chocolate Milkshake Day. Here are several quirky chocolate milkshake recipes.

The easiest way to celebrate Chocolate Milkshake Day is to mix a little Milk with Chocolate Ice Cream and Chocolate Syrup and put it in the blender. Or you can mix Milk with Vanilla Ice cream and Chocolate syrup and blend.

Measurements are up to you, but I have a few quasi-measurements below for Special Chocolate Milkshakes. 

If you’re absolutely Dying for Chocolate, use 1 cup chocolate ice cream, 1/4 cup chocolate syrup, and 1/2 cup chocolate milk. Mix in Blender.

A Chocolate Malted Milkshake is a variation on your traditional chocolate milkshake. Add a Tbsp of malted milk powder to milk, chocolate syrup, and chocolate ice cream, and blend.

Like bananas? Make a Chocolate Banana Milk Shake:
1 cup milk, 1 scoop banana ice-cream, 1 scoop chocolate ice cream, 1/2 ripened banana, and some chocolate syrup, and blend.

It’s still summer, kind of, where I live, so try this S’mores Chocolate Milkshake:. marshmallows, dark chocolate ice cream, milk, marshmallow flour, milk chocolate squares, chocolate chip cookies. Blend. 

If you really want to be daring, celebrate with a Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake.

Blend 1 cup creamy peanut butter, 1/2 cup chocolate syrup, 1/4 cup milk, 12 cubes ice. Blend until smooth. (Ice cubes instead of ice-cream).

And, something for the adults: 

Boozy Chocolate Milkshake: 2 vanilla beans, 1 cup bourbon, 3 cups vanilla ice cream, 1 Tbsp cocoa, 3 Tbsp Malted milk powder, 1 ounce Kahlua. Blend.

Bailey’s Milkshake: Chocolate ice Cream, Bailey’s Irish cream, chocolate liqueur. Add a cup of ice. Add 3-4 cups chocolate ice cream, along with cup of ice, chocolate liqueur, and Bailey’s Irish cream. Blend on high. Top with whipped cream..(but only if you want to)
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