16 Jan 2016

Mint Chocolate Milkshake

Now a days I'm feeling quite lazy to write up long posts but unfortunately my draft is filled with biryani and pulao recipes, which takes forever to write and edit the step wise pictures. So I'm procrastinating and writing all the small ones!

Milkshakes are my favorite! If you are a regular visitor to my blog then you must know that I'm quite in love with milkshakes! I have a large collection of milkshake recipes! I'm always looking for new ways to spice up my milkshakes. 


Mint Chocolate Milkshake

This time I tried the mint and chocolate combination and this is the first time I have ever made a mint and chocolate combination and I was quite taken by surprise by how well they paired together! The subtle flavor of mint enhanced and complimented the chocolate so much!

We don't get peppermint extract where I live so I used some peppermint candies! Worked well! I plan on using the same trick to make some other mint chocolate desserts later!


Mint Chocolate Milkshake


MINT CHOCOLATE MILKSHAKE
Preparation time 8 mins | Serves 2

Ingredients
  • Chilled milk - 1 cup
  • Polo - 4 (or 1/8 tsp peppermint extract)
  • Cocoa powder - 1 tbsp
  • Sugar - 2 tbsp
  • Ice cream - 2 scoops (optional)
Mint Chocolate Milkshake

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Mint Chocolate Milkshake

Method
1. In a large jar of your blender, add all the ingredients and blend till smooth.



2. Pour into glasses and serve.


Mint Chocolate Milkshake

Notes
1. You need to make sure the polo mint candies are pulsed very well. I added a little milk first, pulsed everything well and then added more milk and blended it together.
2. Instead of cocoa powder, you can use chocolate syrup or even chocolate chips. If using chocolate chips, then blend the chocolate chips and the polo candies first and then add the rest of the ingredients.
3. Using ice creams in milkshake is optional. Ice creams make a milkshake thick and creamy like the store bought ones. You can choose to skip the ice cream and use the rest of the ingredients. The more ice cream you add, the more creamy it gets. Or you can use frozen milk for a creamy milkshake.


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