WATCH: Treat Yourself to Milkshakes This Weekend

Shake, shake, shake it off with these 3 indulgent milkshake recipes!

 

Shake the week’s worries away and have a milkshake party this weekend! Here are three easy recipes for you to try:

 

Leche Flan Milkshake

In a blender, combine ½ tin leche flan. 2 to 3 (depends on how thick you want them) heaping scoops vanilla ice cream, ½ cup milk, and ½ teaspoon vanilla extract until smooth.

 

Drizzle caramel on the sides of the glass and let it stream down. Pour milkshake into a glass. Top with whipped cream and leche flan slices.

 


S'mores Milkshake

Toast 2 large marshmallows until charred. Freeze marshmallows.

 

Combine ½ cup milk and frozen toasted marshmallows in a blender. Add 2 to 3 (depends on how thick you want them) heaping scoops chocolate ice cream and blend until smooth.

 

Transfer to a graham-lined glass and top with more toasted marshmallows; drizzle with chocolate syrup.

 

 

Strawberry Milkshake

Combine 100 grams frozen strawberries and ½ cup milk in a blender; blend until no big chunks remain.

 

Add 2 to 3 (depends on how thick you want them) heaping scoops of strawberry ice cream and ½ teaspoon vanilla extract. Blend until combined.

 

Pour into glasses drizzled with strawberry syrup; top with whipped cream and garnish with a strawberry.

 

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