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banned5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
As above. Looking for a couple of great recipes for a party.
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1 Like #1
CRUSHA
#2
what kinda party is this?
#3
a BIITCHIIN party!
banned#4
Alfonse
what kinda party is this?

A non-alcoholic one...
1 Like #5
Not tried it myself just seen it through google but sounds yummy!

1 banana, mashed
caramel ice cream sauce
2 cups milk
3 scoops vanilla ice cream
2 Cadbury chocolate Flake bars

Blend banana, caramel sauce, milk, and ice cream in a blender. Remove from blender and pour or spoon into a tall glass. Crush/sprinkle one Cadbury Flake on top and then stick one whole Flake in the middle of the shake.
#6
master_chief
Alfonse
what kinda party is this?


A non-alcoholic one...

fair enough, why milkshakes

if its a kids party food dyes are fun

Edited By: Alfonse on Mar 11, 2011 13:43
banned#7
Alfonse
master_chief
Alfonse
what kinda party is this?
A non-alcoholic one...
fair enough, why milkshakes

Just fancied getting the blender out, kids seem to love all that whizzing things up.
1 Like #8
1 Banana
2 desert spoons of Nutella
2 scoops Ice cream
top up with Milk

Blend altogether!

No idea if quantities are correct, but looks ok!
#9
lots of ice cream, half a pint of milk and 3 cadbury creme eggs ( not to be substitued by any other egg )
banned#10
arcangel111
lots of ice cream, half a pint of milk and 3 cadbury creme eggs ( not to be substitued by any other egg )

Does solid chocolate mix in well with milshake or are you best breaking down first?
banned#11
half a bottle of frijj and then fill the rest of the glass with vanilla ice cream
1 Like #12
master_chief
arcangel111
lots of ice cream, half a pint of milk and 3 cadbury creme eggs ( not to be substitued by any other egg )
Does solid chocolate mix in well with milshake or are you best breaking down first?

i've done it with two bars of terry's chocolate orange too and as long as you put the bars in with the milk only first it works quite well.. just don't get scared by the noise it makes !! i did the first time !!!! once thats done then put the ice cream into the blender
#13
crunchie milkshake is the don

and oero hmmmmmm
#14
Glass of warm milk,
Tot of dark rum.
Mix,
Scoff.
#15
ilovepink
crunchie milkshake is the don

and oero hmmmmmm


does it bring all the boys to the yard?
#16
mango

milk

vanilla ice cream

yummy!!
1 Like #17
Glass + breast milk

/thread :p

I've had a really nice kit kat milkshake from shakeaway before yummm

Home made it's gotta be oreo milkshake, with majority vanilla ice cream, oreos and milk. Not really sure of quantaties just whack it all in a blender and see what happens!
#18
Tin of pears
Milk
Sugar
Pear Essence
Single cream
Nutmeg

nom nom
#19
what's shakeaway?
1 Like #20
ham82
what's shakeaway?


Chain of shops that makes pretty much any milkshake u can think of
#21
numptyj
ham82
what's shakeaway?
Chain of shops that makes pretty much any milkshake u can think of

where i got my first creme egg milkshake ( before realised it was WAY WAY cheaper to make my own )
banned#22
numptyj
Glass + breast milk

/thread :p


I can't honestly say that I won't be trying this.
#23
numptyj
ham82
what's shakeaway?


Chain of shops that makes pretty much any milkshake u can think of


london?
1 Like #24
ham82


london?


Is Google down?
#25
ham82
numptyj
ham82
what's shakeaway?


Chain of shops that makes pretty much any milkshake u can think of


london?


http://www.shakeaway.com/england/index.php
banned#26
Thanks for all the suggestions. I found that all milkshakes made using solid chocolate (Cad buttons, creme eggs etc) had the fine grit of chocolate left in it which I didn't find overly pleasant. Will stick to syrups in future.
#27
How do you make them like shakeaway what sort of ice cream and how much?
1 Like #28
Couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream, a bit of milk and any branded chocolate bar of your choice.

Peppermint Aero is a personal favourite.

Edited By: Ungreat on Mar 14, 2011 11:22
#29
fmgod
How do you make them like shakeaway what sort of ice cream and how much?


just experiment, whack stuff in a blender and then change it up next time you try.

I like to use more ice cream because it makes it thicker but a splash of milk just helps to make it more drinkable.
#30
master_chief
Thanks for all the suggestions. I found that all milkshakes made using solid chocolate (Cad buttons, creme eggs etc) had the fine grit of chocolate left in it which I didn't find overly pleasant. Will stick to syrups in future.


or melt it first with a bain-marie
banned#31
casparwhite
master_chief
Thanks for all the suggestions. I found that all milkshakes made using solid chocolate (Cad buttons, creme eggs etc) had the fine grit of chocolate left in it which I didn't find overly pleasant. Will stick to syrups in future.
or melt it first with a bain-marie

Did contemplate that but was concerned with mixing warm chocolate with ice cream and milk. Probably nothing to worry about mind. Also it's a fair bit of messing.
#32
master_chief
casparwhite
master_chief
Thanks for all the suggestions. I found that all milkshakes made using solid chocolate (Cad buttons, creme eggs etc) had the fine grit of chocolate left in it which I didn't find overly pleasant. Will stick to syrups in future.
or melt it first with a bain-marie




Did contemplate that but was concerned with mixing warm chocolate with ice cream and milk. Probably nothing to worry about mind. Also it's a fair bit of messing.


its the best way to keep it from splitting

didnt think mess would be the issue if choosing to make milkshakes in the first place

Edited By: casparwhite on Mar 14, 2011 14:29
#33
Nutella and smooth peanut butter could be reese's peanut butter cup milkshake?

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