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Searching for a Halloween treat that’s both spooky and sweet?!

This Spooky Oreo Milk Shake Recipe by Emily Ferland of Country Hill Cottage will not only bewitch you, but have your taste buds howling for more!

Spooky Oreo Milk Shake

“Sweeten your Halloween festivities with spooky Oreo milkshakes! These milkshakes are made with fresh milk, fluffy vanilla ice cream and lots and lots of Oreo cookies. We decorated the rims with melted chocolate and sprinkles and used our printable Bad Bat wrappers to style the jars. You can download the wrappers and the printable recipe at the end of this post. This drink is part of our Bad Bats Halloween series, you can find the other tutorials on our blog, Country Hill Cottage.”

Materials & Ingredients:

  • 115 g (4 oz) milk or dark chocolate, chopped
  • silver sprinkles
  • 350 ml (1 1/2 cups) cold milk (you can use either full fat or skimmed milk according to your preference)
  • 6 generous scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 8 finely ground Oreos
  • 2 crushed Oreos
  • 2 Oreos to decorate
  • 100 ml (1/2 cup) whipping cream
  • 2 jars or glasses
  • paper straws
  • printable wrapper
  • printable straw flags
  • self-adhesive paper
  • Tools
  • microwave-safe bowl
  • rubber spatula
  • food processor
  • blender
  • hand-held or stand mixer with the whisk attachment
  • mixing bowl
  • spoon
  • disposable piping (pastry) bag
  • large, open star piping tip

Serves 2

Instructions:

1) Print the printables

Print the wrappers and straw flags on self-adhesive paper and cut out the printables along the grey lines. We recommend adjusting the printer’s setting to print at the highest quality for best results. Instead of self-adhesive paper you can also print on regular paper and use glue to attach the printables.

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2) Prep the jars and paper straws

Place the chocolate in a microwave-safe bowl and heat in the microwave set on medium-high for 20 seconds. Take out the bowl and stir with a rubber spatula. Repeat this process until the chocolate has completely melted. Dip the rim of the jar or glass in the chocolate and turn the jar until the rim is completely covered in chocolate. While the chocolate is still warm, spread silver sprinkles on the rim attach the wrapper and place in the fridge for 30 minutes so the chocolate can set.

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3) Prep the Oreos

Place 8 Oreo cookies in a food processor blender and blitz until the cookies become fine crumbs. Break two another Oreos into small bits.

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4) Mix the ingredients

Whip the cream until soft peaks form and place in the refrigerator for later. Add the vanilla ice cream, milk, Oreo crumbs and vanilla extract to a blender and pulse until well-combined. Pour the milkshake into the prepared jars or glasses and top the milkshake with a swirl of whipped cream using a disposable piping bag and a large, open star piping tip. Place a paper straw and one Oreo into each drink and sprinkle with the crushed Oreos. Enjoy immediately.

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Variation:

To make scrumptious chocolate Oreo milkshake, replace the vanilla ice cream with the same amount of chocolate ice cream and additionally add 4 tbsp chocolate syrup before blending.

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  1. picaram says:

    The milkshake sounds so good and easy to try. Thank you for sharing the recipe!