Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Cookie Butter Milkshake Recipe

I love milkshakes. And I love cookie butter. So why not put it together? The other day, I was craving a milkshake, but the only thing that I had on me was vanilla ice cream. I didn't have any fancy toppings or anything that I could put in my shake to make it a bit more fun. No oreos, no brownies, no caramel, no sprinkles, none of that. And I'm not a fan of plain vanilla shakes, I like to shake things up a bit with different flavors! (pun intended.) So that's when I thought of it, a cookie butter milkshake. 


3-4 scoops of vanilla ice cream (depending on the desired thickness)
1/4 cup milk
A pinch of cinnamon (+ more, for garnish)
4 Biscoff cookies or Speculoos (2 for the shake, 2 crushed for garnish)
2 tablespoons of cookie butter
Whipped cream (optional, for garnish)

This recipe makes one serving. 


1. Add the ice cream, milk, and cinnamon into the blender. Blend until smooth.
2. Crush 2 Biscoff cookies, you can just break them a bit, and put them into the blender with the ice cream, milk, and cinnamon. Blend a little bit. If you prefer little cookie bits, blend only a little, but if you want it to be smooth, then blend longer.
3. Spread one tablespoon of cookie butter around the rim of a cup. 
4. Crush the other 2 Biscoff cookies, you can either do fine pieces or crushed into larger bits, either works. 
5. Dip the rim of the cup into the crushed cookies. Stick the larger bits onto the rim if necessary.
6. Melt the rest of the cookie butter (1 tablespoon) in the microwave and then drizzle inside of cup.
7. Pour the milkshake into the cup.
8. Add whipped cream if you would like. I don't like whipped cream, so I didn't add any. You can also garnish the shake with a bit more cinnamon and with any leftover melted cookie butter drizzled on top.

And enjoy!

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