Ice Cream Drinks

This recipe group is listed in Beverages
and Deserts: Frozen


Milk Shake


Serving for four (small servings)

Truly simple and flexible. Best when blended.

Things You Need

  • Bender or shaker
Vanilla Shake

Ingredients

  • About 10 fl oz milk
  • About 2 c vanilla ice cream (or any flavor)

Directions

  1. Pour the milk into a blender and add the ice cream
  2. Blend
  3. Add more milk or ice cream to achieve desired consistency and blend more
  4. Adjust quantities to suit the number of servings required. Be careful not to overfill the blender.

Optional

You may use any kind of milk or ice cream. Often a flavored ice cream will be enough to flavor the shake. For example, using chocolate ice cream makes a chocolate shake without having to add more chocolate flavoring.

If you have no blender, a single serving can be made in a shaker.

Add malt powder to make this an ice cream malt.


Our favorite flavor add-ins include: semi-sweet chocolate chips, Butterfinger bars, fruit, and caramel.


Root Beer Freeze


Serving for three

Delicious and Refreshing. This is a Root Beer float that's been extremely stirred

Things You Need

  • Bender or shaker
Root Beer Freeze

Ingredients

  • 1 12 fl oz can of A&W Root Beer
  • About 1 1/2 c vanilla ice cream

Directions

  1. Gently pour the root beer into a blender and add the ice cream
  2. Blend
  3. Adjust quantities to suit the number of servings required. Be careful not to overfill the blender.

Optional

This is best with fresh root beer and can be any brand. We prefer the A&W Root Beer.

The root beer can be changed out for any drink such as Orange Crush.


Using a larger container of root beer allows adjusting quantities. Two cups of root beer and three cups of vanilla ice cream should serve 6 people.


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