Desserts in a Glass
November 11, 2014
These sweet shakes bring new possibilities to the dessert course
Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshake
It’s totally okay to booze up your milkshake. This bourbon pumpkin pie shake is perfect for the fall season, with lots of warm, spicy flavors and a nice kick from the bourbon.
Chocolate Cheesecake Milkshake
Who says you can’t shove cake into a blender with some ice cream? No one. Get to it with this chocolate cheesecake shake.
I’m sure Santa would approve if he found this eggnog milkshake waiting under the tree for him instead of the classic glass of milk.
Filipino Avocado Milkshake
Sometimes, you need to feel a little healthy while sipping your shake. This Filipino milkshake is made with avocados, which add creaminess and nutrition.
Fresh Strawberry Milkshake
You could pour a bunch of strawberry syrup into a vanilla milkshake and call it a day, but we’re talking quality here. Try this fresh strawberry milkshake—made with real fruit—instead.
A mudslide is amazing on itsr own. But when you throw ice cream into the mix, it turns into an incredibly rich, decadent milkshake with a fun adult spin. Skip the liqueur if you want something kid-friendly.
Neapolitan Malted Milkshake
Adding malted milk powder to a shake gives it instant richness. And this one, made with buttermilk, has a nice tang that cuts through the sweetness.
Passionfruit Creamsicle Shake
Passionfruit is an interesting flavor. Perfectly tart and just right for mixing, it makes for a delicious shake when combined with some sweet vanilla ice cream.
Red Apple Milkshake
We had to include a least one guilt-free shake. The red apple shake doesn’t contain ice cream, just good quality apples, a bit of sugar, and some milk to give it a little heft.
Okay, even though they are tasty and get a high-class upgrade, these days, milkshakes are still a milkshakes. This version, made with Twinkies, takes us all right back to childhood.