Toasted Marshmallow milkshake

Toasted Marshmallow & Vanilla Milkshake

A milkshake. Indulgent. Naughty. Bad for you.

But every so often everyone deserves a treat right? American style thick shakes are becoming more common in the UK, particularly at burger joints like Byron and Diners like Eds Easy Diner. For me they’re more like a pudding than a drink to accompany a meal but boy are they good. You might need to avoid all sugar related items for a month after but occasionally its worth it!

Toasted Marshmallow & Vanilla Milkshake

A while ago we tried some fab shakes at Le Keux Salon in Birmingham, who offered some fab flavours, and this inspired me to have a go at home. Toasting marshmallows is always fun and their sticky gooey sweetness is fab!

Milkshakes like this are so easy to make too – just pop everything in a blender! Try these at home for an indulgent treat this weekend!

Whats your favourite milkshake flavour?

Toasted Marshmallow milkshake

 

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Makes 1 large shake

Ingredients:

  • 4 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 100-200ml semi skimmed milk (depending on how thick you like it!)
  • 4 toasted marshmallows (pop under a hot grill for a couple of minutes – don’t leave them -they will burn!)
  • toppings – marshmallows, chopped nuts or what ever you like!

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Method:

  1. Mix the ice cream, milk and marshmallows in a blender. Serve and top with some yummy toppings!

Happy drinking 🙂

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If you like the look of these try out some of these other indulgent milkshake recipes:

Double Chocolate and Irish cream milkshake by Munchies and Munchkins

Indulgent Chocolate Milk by Tin & Thyme

4 thoughts on “Toasted Marshmallow & Vanilla Milkshake

  1. Laura (Full to the Brum) says:

    Those things look delicious! I’m not supposed to have dairy but I think I could suffer it for those yummy looking milkshakes. Marshmallow is definitely a winning flavour in my eyes, or I like to keep things simple with vanilla.

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