DIY Chocolate Milkshake - Quick&Easy!

Introduction: DIY Chocolate Milkshake - Quick&Easy!

Here is an 'ible on how to make chocolate bar milkshakes! I absolutely love the way the taste came out! The recipe here makes 1 big glass or 2 small glasses.

Please comment and give as much feedback as you want! Enjoy!

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Step 1: Ingredients + Supplies

2 breakaways or any other chocolate bars

Chocolate chips

milk

ice cream (chocolate, vanilla, or cream flavour)

1 cup measure

1/6 cup measure (I had to use 1/3)

Blender

A small sealable plastic bag

A hammer thingy (usually used for meat)

1 big glass/2 small glasses

Step 2: Putting Ingredients In

Unwrap the breakaways and put them into a plastic bag and seal it. Then use the hammer thingy to crush the chocolate bars till they are just crumbs. Open up the bag and pour the crumbs into the mixer bowl.

Put half a 1/6 cup of chocolate chips into the bowl ( works better if the chocolate is melted).

Now pour 1 1/2 cups of milk in.

Now put a small scoop of ice cream into the bowl.

Step 3: Finishing!

Blend all the ingredients together, then pour the mixture into 1 big glass or 2 small glasses.

Unfortunately I didn't have any squirty cream when I took the photos, but it is really good with squirty cream aswel!

Enjoy! Please leave a comment and say what you think! If you made this, then please show me a pic!

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    2 Discussions

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    Phil B
    Phil B

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I checked and I see Breakaways contain a malt flavor in the chocolate. I have not seen them in the USA, but they appear to be common in the UK.

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    kash_black
    kash_black

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, but adding the chocolate chips make it taste normal. As an alternative maybe you could use Kit Kats (if you have them in the USA). I might try using Kit Kats too, as sometimes if you don't crumble up the breakaway enough you can end up with soggy biscuit chunks (ewww)!