Top 9 Allergen Free!
Creamy and thick with a perfect balance of sweetness make this milkshake recipe a fantastic treat. It is right between a vanilla and chocolate milkshake which I refer to as my black and white milkshake. You can also whip this recipe for when you need a soothing treat for sore throats!
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Yields: 2 Glasses of Milkshake Level: Apprentice Time: 15 Minutes
2 Cups Vanilla Ice Cream Allergy Friendly (So Deliciousâ or Cadoâ)
1 Cup Dairy Free Milk
¼ Cup Allergy Friendly Chocolate Sauce (AH!LASKAâ)
1 Ice Cream Scoop or Large Spoon
2 Large Glasses For Serving
- Place ½ cup of your dairy free milk in the bottom of the blender. Next place the 2 cups of allergy friendly ice cream on top. Place the last ½ cup of dairy free milk on top of the ice cream. Pour the ¼ chocolate sauce on top of everything in your blender.
- Place the top on your blender. Pulse your blender a few times and then blend on high until the mixture is smooth. If you want a thinner milkshake just add more dairy free milk until you have the desired consistency. If you would like it thicker add more ice cream.
- Pour the milkshake mixture evenly into your two glasses. Use the spatula to get all of the milkshake mixture into the glasses.
- Serve with a spoon and or straw. Enjoy!
Tips: You can omit the chocolate sauce and add 1tsp vanilla for a classic vanilla shake. You may also add more chocolate sauce to give it deeper chocolate flavor. A truly versatile recipe!
Tricks: You can squirt chocolate sauce in your empty glasses on the sides and then fill with chocolate sauce. It is a great chocolate visual effect and tastes great J