Thanksgiving is nearly here and that means the holiday season is the air. Nothing says holiday quite like the festive, minty flavor of candy canes. Our candy cane milkshakes are an easy, cool dessert treat, perfect to help you ring in the most wonderful time of the year.
With limited prep and just a handful of ingredients, you can be enjoying a candy cane milkshake that is so deliciously minty and creamy that it could be served in your favorite ice cream shop.
Ice cream is great, but it’s always better when it’s turned into a creamy milkshake, and infused with your favorite candy pieces. Our Butterfinger Candy Milkshake is just the ticket for easy dessert enjoyment.
Do you love chocolate? Did you love chocolate shakes as a kid, especially in the Summer? Get back in touch with that sweet side with a slice of this Chocolate Malted Milkshake Cake.
This post and recipe was created for #SummerDessertWeek! I was sent samples by some of the sponsor companies but as always opinions are 100% mine.
Creamy, dreamy, and moderately healthy– this Strawberry Cheesecake Protein Milkshake is everything the name implies. Whether it’s breakfast, snack time or even a light lunch this shake is satisfyingly filling and refreshing.
A thick and creamy milkshake that tastes exactly like the beloved Girl Scout Cookie. This Samoa Cookie Milkshake is a winning flavor combination.
Nothing reminds me more of Spring & Summer than a yummy peach milk shake. I remember my Grandma making up some reason for taking us to Hardees for them as a special treat anytime the weather was warm. I used to take my own boys for peach shakes from Chik-Fil-A for their own special warm weather memories. Lucky for me, a cold, creamy milk shake is a treat to your taste buds anytime of the day or year, and a good peach shake is no exception. All that tastiness comes as a cost however. The most delicious ones are almost always a calorie bomb. The solution? We make our own ‘skinny’ version at home. Now anytime I get a craving, I can whip a batch of these babies up and enjoy a guilt free dessert. Now that’s my kind of treat! Although I call these ‘milkshakes’, there’s no actual milk involved. Their delicious deception only adds to my enjoyment.
Healthy Peach ‘Milkshakes’
recipe adapted from Mia’s Domain
2 cups fresh orange juice
1 cup peach-flavored Greek Yogurt
2 cups frozen sliced peaches
2 tbsp sugar, or more to taste
1 tsp nutmeg
1. Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
2. Serve shakes cold. For added presentation, add fresh peach slices to each glass.