***Warning these first four recipes call for using raw eggs. Eggs uncooked can increase your risk for salmonella. The eggs we recommend are pasteurized.
We made five old fashioned Milkshakes! Hope you Enjoy!
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Step 1: Basic Vanilla Milkshake!
Basic Vanilla Milkshake
4 scoops vanilla ice cream (cold, but not frozen so easy to scoop.)
1 1/2 cups cold milk
2 pasteurized eggs
2 tablespoons malted milk powder Mix
Add all ingredients into a blender until well combined.
Pour/Scoop into a cup.
Decorate with whip cream, sprinkles, cookies, chocolate syrup or hazelnut spread - or whatever you choose!
Step 2: Chocolate Milkshake
Same recipe as the basic vanilla (this is a great one to split into half and make two different kinds!)
2 tablespoons Chocolate syrup
Blend until combined, pour into a cup and decorate how you like. Enjoy!
Step 3: The Elvis Milkshake!
The Elvis Milkshake
Start with the Chocolate milkshake
Add 1 banana peeled cut into smaller pieces
½ cup peanut butter
½ cut hazel nut spread
Blend in until combined. pour into cup, decorate and enjoy!
Step 4: Oreo Milkshake!
Start off with the Vanilla milkshake as your base. This works best if it's already been blended in the blender.
Put a couple cookies into a zip top bag. CRUSH THEM!! You can use your hands or any kitchen tools nearby, like a ladle.
combine in the blender, but don't over mix it. You want some cookie chunks for yummy goodness.
Pour into a glass and decorate!
Step 5: Orange Dreamcicle
*** This recipe DOES NOT contain raw eggs
1 Orange juice concentrate in frozen can form
2 cups crushed ice
4 scoops vanilla ice cream
½ cup of milk
Blend until combined. Pour into a glass and decorate. This milkshake is a little more tart than the others, but it's just as yummy!