This creamy, vanilla milkshake takes an unexpected twist with Candy Corn. The combination of Candy Corn, peanuts and ice cream makes a salty sweet beverage perfect for any Halloween party. Your guests will be surprised at your Halloween spirit.
If you drink coffee every day, milk and sugar can get pretty boring. A different take on your usual caffeine fix blends coffee with bananas, vanilla, milk, and cinnamon to create your own healthy Frappuccino.
While we've already named off America's best milkshakes, there's one decidedly delicious category not to be forgotten: boozy milkshakes. We started with the mezcal, lime, and caramel milkshake from Seattle's Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery, and now we continue with more boozy deliciousness, this time from Austin's Péché. The absinthe bar doesn't just specialize in pre-Prohibition drinks, but also in boozy milkshakes. The namesame milkshake is one guaranteed to be a hit among friends (and to get you into a bit of trouble).
There’s nothing better than ending your Thanksgiving meal with a slice of warm pumpkin pie and a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream. But as Fall comes around and Starbucks comes out with their pumpkin spiced latte, it got us thinking, what about pumpkin pie as a drink? This recipe is a fun way to reuse your leftovers in a delicious, easy way without making an extra trip to the grocery store.
Have you ever added gin or basil to your ice cream treat? With basil, puréed strawberry, and vanilla ice cream, this is like the strawberry milkshake of your dreams.This recipe was created by Adam Willinger of The Blind Rabbit.
"To really bring out the nutty quality, it’s important to give the black sesame seeds a gentle toast before you pulverize them into black sand. This step is equally important if you don’t want to serve your milkshakes with a side of dental floss. (I may have failed on the hygiene front in the past, but a toothy black studded smile is a lose lose.) In addition to the frozen banana, this milkshake gets extra creamy from a good dose of coconut milk. Make sure you get the full-fat version—it’s worth it for the thick layer of coconut cream on the top of the can.Finally, if you want to add a little extra something something on the sesame front, I highly recommend a tablespoon of tahini. This paste is made with white sesame seeds, but it brings out that sesame flavor in a way that hand ground sesame seeds never could. It also happens to be a little bitter, so you may want to add an extra dash of maple syrup if using. You’re in charge of your own sweet tooth."- Phoebe Lapine Phoebe is a food writer, chef, competitive French fry eater, and owner of one too many frilly aprons.Feedmephoebe.com is where she shares her recipes for healthy hedonism, gluten-free finds, and tips on living a more balanced life beyond food.See her other recipes at feedmephoebe.com, or follow her @PhoebeLapine
Leave it to GO Burger to use the last of the Hostess Twinkies for their milkshake menu. The minty fresh Grasshopper milkshake is updated with everyone's favorite Hostess treat, and there are other Twinkie spiked milkshakes on the menu: For the Love of Twinkies, and Amore d'Twinkie. (And you can pair Twinkies with cocktails!)