Oreo Ice Cream Milkshake

Wednesday, July 26, 2017 Hiba Moeen 2 Comments



One fine day I felt like experimenting with everything OREO so I decided to make Oreo milkshake and enjoy life the cookie way. And what good would this picture be had I not shared the recipe with you all lovely people? 

Here is what you need:
For the milkshake itself:
1. 250 to 300 ml chilled milk
2. Igloo Cookies and Creme ice cream (2 scoops will be needed)
3. 3 Oreo cookies
4. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla powder
5. 1 tablespoon Cadbury cocoa powder
6. Ice cubes

AND ... a Mason Jar!


For decorating the top
1. White chocolate chips
2. Chocolate sprinkles
3. Chocolate syrup
4. Whipped cream spray
5. Mini Oreos
6. Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate
7. Biscotto Cappuccino wafer sticks 

Instructions:

1. Pour milk in a blender and pray to God that there is no power break down. Add 3 Oreo cookies and a scoop of Igloo Cookies n Cream since that too is Oreo based and adds to a lovely consistency of milkshake. Blend!




Quick Fact: The Oreo biscuit was first developed by the National Biscuit Company in the United States (now Nabisco) in 1912. Some people liken it with the Greek word, Oreo itself which means beautiful or well done. Initially these were sold in novelty cans in glass tops.

2. After blending these ingredients for a few seconds, pour the now blended milkshake in a mason jar.

3.  Add a scoop of Igloo Cookies n Cream on top. I wanted to try adding their Fudge Brownie ice cream too because I love the flavour of rich chocolate, however, due to its specification in terms of being rich in chocolate flavour and consistency, it melts quickly and I didn't have a helping hand at the time when I was preparing the recipe and shooting the video all at once. It would have melted too soon.



4. Spray Puck's whipped cream, pour chocolate sauce and sprinkle chocolate chips and chocolate sprinkles. Don't forget to insert two Biscotto Cappuccino wafer sticks, and Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate pieces at the side.

And VOILA, the Oreo ice cream milk shake is ready! 



Here's a video for a better understanding.


CAUTION: It's SO very wholesome that it would require two adults to consume the entire milkshake ... trust me! :)

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2 comments:

  1. Well well,i must say that looks yummilicious;),
    You create a magic in a mason jar,hehehe
    i alwayslike igloo icecreams (childhoodfantacy):) and now i will try ur oreo icecream shake recipe.thumbsup!!

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  2. Yummy
    I am gonna try this recipe
    Thank you for the share

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