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Milkshakes are pretty much one of the best desserts in my opinion. Let’s face it y’all, you can get or make a homemade milkshake in almost every single dessert flavor combo that’s out there. I love buying milkshakes that are packed with fun flavor combos but I also love making a good homemade milkshake too!
If I would allow myself to do it, I would/could drink a milkshake every single day of the year and not get tired of them. That’s how much I love them. However I do have restraint and willpower, I actually have a lot of it because I only have milkshakes a few times a year.
Why do I only have “one of the best desserts” a few times a year? Well, mainly because when I do go out and have a milkshake, I go for the biggest, tastiest, flavor packed (also calorie packed) milkshake that I can get my hands on. haha.
No plain, low fat vanilla milkshakes for me. I want chocolate and bananas, and banana pudding and candy and whipped cream and cherries. I want it all, therefor I only have them a few times a year haha. I told y’all, I’ve got willpower, of course my willpower is tested big time in the summer but I still try to do my best.
Thomas loves milkshakes as much as I do, however, he shows no restraint. If he wants a milkshake, he has a milkshake. If it’s 9 pm on a Tuesday and he wants a milkshake, he’s going to make a homemade milkshake. He even bought us a milkshake maker for the house, that’s how deep his milkshake love runs. haha
His latest milkshake obsession? Cookies and Cream. Oh and no any cookie and cream milkshake, he’s been using my Cookies and Cream Ice Cream for the base of his milkshakes. He says that the no churn Cookies and Cream Ice Cream that I make is the best ice cream ever for milkshakes.
I have tasted one of the Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Milkshakes that he’s made and they are pretty good.
So in the spirit of making and finding the best milkshakes out there, I’ve gathered up 20 of the 20 most Delicious Homemade Milkshake Recipes that I could find on the internet and piled them all into one post for you!
Let me know, which one would you make (or drink) first?
Tispy Carmel S’mores Milkshake from With Salt and Wit
Red Velvet Milkshake from Cooking on the Front Burners
Orange Creamsicle Mini Shakes from Cooking on the Front Burners
Samoas Cookies and Cream Coconut Milkshake from Country Cleaver
Salted Caramel Milkshake from Spabettie
Pretzel and Peanut Butter Milkshake from Growing Up Gabel
Cheesecake Milkshakes from Chocolate Moosey
Smore Milkshake from Celebrating Sweets
Spicy Vanilla Chai Milkshake from Kitchen Treaty
Strawberry Creme Fraiche Milkshake from Nutmeg Nanny
Boozy Cinnamon Toast Crunch Milkshake from Culinary Concoctions by Peabody
Thin Mint Milkshake from Life is But a Dish
Banana Caramel Ice Coffee Shake from The Blond Cook
Peppermint Chocolate Chip Milkshake with Whipped Cream from Courtney’s Sweets
Chocolate Chip Cookie Milkshake from The Girl Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
Kahlua Mocha Milkshakes from Neighborfood blog
20 Delicious Homemade Milkshake Recipes