In our house, making delicious homemade milkshakes together on a Friday night and watching movies while we sip them is a family tradition. It doesn’t matter what time of year it is or what the weather is like outside; every two weeks or so, we stay in for milkshakes and movies! That’s why we’ve always got our eyes peeled for fantastic new milkshake recipes we haven’t made at home with our kids yet before.
Homemade French vanilla milkshake
Everyone’s tried a vanilla milkshake before, but what if we told you that you could get an even closer taste to that super creamy French vanilla ice cream flavour we all love so much? That’s precisely what The Rebel Chick‘s tutorial is here to show us how to do. Never let anyone tell you the good old classics can’t be exciting choices now and then!
Oreo crumble milkshake
This mouthwatering recipe takes the traditionally delicious concept of cookies and cream flavours to a whole new level. Besides having real blended cookies involved, rather than just using flavoured ice cream, this recipe from Simply J & K also suggests mixing in some chocolate sauce for extra fantastic flavour!
Mint chocolate chip milkshake
Once again, mint chocolate chip ice cream is actually one of our very favourite ice cream flavours in the whole parlour, but there’s an even more delicious way to make a milkshake flavoured like it than just by using the ice cream as the base. Check out how Meatloaf & Melodrama actually added their own blended chocolate chips to make sure their milkshakes have the perfect amount of chocolate they were looking for!
Homemade chocolate peanut butter milkshake
Whether it’s ice cream, chocolate bars, or baked good flavours, chocolate and peanut butter is a taste combination that can hardly be beat, if you ask us! It only makes sense, then, that the two things blended together as a milkshake tastes just as good, if not even better! Get the full details for making this decadent version in your own kitchen from Almost Supermom.
Have you actually been scrolling through our list thinking about how, even the rest of these ideas are totally delicious, you’re intent on making something very fancy indeed, almost like you might get at a gourmet restaurant? In that case, we think you’ll really get a kick out of the way A Side of Sweet created this positively decadent S’mores milkshake topped with actual Hershey’s milk chocolate and real toasted marshmallows!
Red velvet shake
Are you feeling really intrigued indeed by the idea of making milkshakes that taste just like other kinds of sweet treats you love and have made with your kids before? In that case, we think you’ll get a totally huge kick out of the way Lil’ Luna made these fantastic milkshakes that taste just like red velvet cake, or perhaps red velvet cupcakes, depending on how much whipped cream you choose to put on!
Honey Nut Cheerios milkshake
This next tutorial, provided step by neat, clear step thanks to Honey and Birch, is one we’ve actually never tried before, but the flavour concept sounds so incredibly delicious that we couldn’t resists including it anyways! Check out how they made this fantastic Honey Nut Cheerio flavoured milkshake that is blended and topped with actual Cheerios and drizzled with actual honey too.