I’m sharing the most amazing, most awesome, most wonderful recipe with you today.

Chocolate Cookie Milkshake

AKA. The best thing you’ll ever taste. Probably.

Home made Chocolate Cookie Milkshake from lukeosaurusandme.co.uk

I am a bit of a smoothie fan and I use my Breville Blend-Active loads! After a discussion the other day with a few bloggy buddies, I decided I needed to start making some more milkshakes again. You can’t be healthy all the time, right? So just the other day, I posted a video on my Instagram (which you should definitely follow me on) of the making of a super tasty banana milkshake. Luke loved it and so did my other half – he’s a bit of a milkshake fiend.

But now it’s time for something a little less tasty but oh my gosh, it’s magical (and SO unhealthy! You have been warned!)

You Will Need:

1 x Milk Chocolate Chip Cookies

1 x White Chocolate Chip Cookies

A big scoop of vanilla ice cream

A glass of milk

How To:

  1. In a jug/tall container put about a quarter of a packet of both milk and white chocolate cookies. In total you will have used about half a pack of cookies. (I did warn you it was unhealthy!)
  2. Get a big old scoop of ice cream and add it to the cookies. We used Morrison’s basic because it’s going to be all mixed together, but you may use some more upmarket brands if you wish.
  3. Pour your glass of milk in. I used whole milk because I really wanted something luxurious and creamy, but feel free to use whatever you like. Use less milk if you want it thicker.
  4. Now it’s all together, use your blender of choice on the ingredients until you have the most heavenly drink in the whole world right in front of you.

How to make home made chocolate cookie milkshake from lukeosaurusandme.co.uk

I have found that some of the chocolate chips that don’t get whizzed up do sink to the bottom of the mixture. This is great if you’re my OH, but I wasn’t such a big fan. So if you’re using something like a personal blender to mix it all together, make sure you pour the milkshake into a glass rather than drinking from the bottle.

For best results, pour it into a beautiful mason jar or mini milk bottle, add a jazzy hipster straw and ENJOY.

If you decide to give milkshake recipe a go, please let me know how it goes! I’d love to hear your opinion, or if you’re a bit of a home made milkshake connoisseur, let me know your favourite home made milkshake recipe! I am keen to try out loads of new recipes, especially with summer creeping in.


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