A milkshake is a delicious creamy drink that is sweet, refreshing and awesome in any season and for any occasion, even without any! Both kids and adults love them and you can easily make some at home using your favorite ingredients and making them as healthy as you want and as low-fat as you need. Ready for some recipes?
It’s a dairy-free spin on a classic orange Julius sure to satisfy that sweet tooth and launch it into orange creamsicle milkshake heaven. The night or 4 hours before you want to make this milkshake, fill an entire ice cube tray with orange juice and place it into the freezer. Set the can of coconut milk into the fridge to chill, too.
Mint chocolate milkshakes! Who can resist mint and chocolate together? Let alone in a glorious creamy and refreshing milkshake! How beautiful and irresistible is that mint green ice-cream dripping from the glass? This milkshake recipe serves around 2-3 people depending on how much you’re serving and what size glasses you’re pour them into. You’re welcome to increase the amount of milk, chocolate sauce and scoops of ice-cream into your milkshakes to serve more or less people, simple!
Traditionalists, this is for you, this is a classic strawberry milkshake! And this one might come in handy if you forget to buy that extra bag of frozen diced okra at the grocery store. The cream in this recipe makes it more like a traditional milkshake, and since that’s the only significant source of fats, the shake is still decently light, especially if this is your meal.
I am a sucker for a milk shake. Really any flavor that is not minty does the trick for me, however my absolute favorite is an Oreo Milkshake. Now the trick is to use the mini oreos, not the full sized ones. The full sized ones had more cream then cookie and doesn’t give the perfectness that using the mini oreos does. Read how to make them here!
A carnival classic transformed into a sugary sweet and creamy milkshake! Just because cotton candy isn’t available all year round doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy that heavenly sugary sweetness any time of the year. Enjoy this tasty milkshake!
Make a smoothie or milkshake that is memorable! This raspberry milkshake topped with rose petals will delight both kids and adults, besides it’s healthy and very cute-looking.
Creamy vanilla ice cream blended with fresh lime juice, orange liqueur and of course tequila, for a surprisingly delicious grown up treat. The lime juice really shines through and the zest is a terrific compliment to the cold and creamy ice cream. It’s an easy, delicious dessert for the grownups in your life.
How do you achieve sweetness without adding sugar? This healthy blueberry smoothie is naturally sweet, with plenty of antioxidants from the blueberries, and high in fiber from the banana. Perfect for a quick nutritious snack when you’re on the go. Literally, just throw the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth!
Cool off with a salted caramel pretzel milkshake that’s the perfect balance of sweet and salty with little bits of crunchy pretzel in every sip. These salted caramel pretzel milkshakes come together in no time and can be made for one or in batches to feed a ton. Just ice cream, salted caramel topping, milk and honey pretzel twists are all it takes.
Have you heard of nice cream? It’s essentially frozen and pureed bananas that taste just like ice cream. Well, today we’re taking this deliciously healthy trend a step further and making three mouth-watering nice cream milkshakes in the classic flavors: strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate. Read the recipe and eat and drink healthily!