Chocolate Chip Cookie Milkshake
A chocolate chip cookie milkshake is two of your favorite treats rolled into one — a cookie and a creamy milkshake. Perfect indulgence on a summer day.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Milkshake. Chocolate Chip Cookie + Milkshake. Cookies, and a milkshake.
Do I have your attention yet?
Cookies. Ice cream. Chocolate. With me now?
I was inspired by International Delight’s new Cold Stone Creamery™ line to create this flavorful and indulgent milkshake. I used the Hot For Cookie™ flavor, naturally.
While I typically take my coffee black, I love using these creamers to create fun treats outside of coffee. They are so fun and versatile and really get the creativity going. Try these decadent Heath Bar waffles.
This time, the challenge was to create a recipe using 5 or less ingredients. I’m all about simple preparations and food that is easy to get on the table, so this challenge was a breeze for me. This is what I do on a daily basis!
Well, I don’t drink this particular milkshake on a daily basis, but you get my drift.
You can make a chocolate chip cookie milkshake with only three easy ingredients: your favorite chocolate chip cookies, cookie dough ice cream, and “Hot for Cookie” coffee cream. That’s it, so easy! If you can’t find the right coffee cream flavor, don’t worry, substitute another flavor or use a little milk instead.
So super thick and creamy — you might need to get out a spoon to really enjoy this milkshake!
In the milkshake mood?
I’m always in the milkshake mood! Here’s some recipes you may like to try:
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- 2 cups cookie dough ice cream
- 2 small chocolate chip cookies
- 1/4 cup International Delight (I used Hot For Cookie)
- additional cookie to garnish, optional
- Add ice cream, 2 cookies and International Delight to a blender and blend until combined. Will be thick; thin with additional milk, if desired. Garnish with additional cookie if desired.
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Husband’s take: Umm…I didn’t share.
Changes I would make: None!
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