Mint milkshake child friendly and delicious
This cool and refreshing mint milkshake is a simple, quick and very delicious holiday treat that everyone will love.
Try mint brownies, mint fluff, mint chocolate delight, and of course this mint milkshake, suitable for all mints!
Mint for a few days
Mint snacks are one of my favorite holiday flavors. It’s no secret that we like milkshakes, so of course I have to make a mint version!
This mint milkshake uses vanilla ice cream and candy canes, but if you are lucky enough, you can buy a tin of mint ice cream that is equally effective! You can add extra mints and chew with candy canes or omit them.
This is really a simple treat, one that children like to eat, one that they like to make by themselves! You can easily add a little chocolate punch and a little chocolate syrup, or add chocolate chips. You can even start with chocolate ice cream. Either way, this is definitely the favorite!
Just mix + enjoy!
mix. Add ice cream, milk, crushed sugar cane and mint extract to the blender. Mix until fully mixed.
Serve. Pour into a glass, put whipped cream and sugar cane slices on top.
Tips + storage information
No dairy products: Many grocery stores offer dairy-free vanilla ice cream made with soy or nut milk. You can combine your favorite non-dairy ice cream with its corresponding liquid milk. I don’t know the exact milk-free ratio, so I recommend adding milk slowly until it reaches the consistency you want.
- milk: Whole milk can make a creamier milkshake, but any kind of milk is also effective.
- ice cream: Before scooping, let the ice cream soften slightly.
- thickness: Adjust the thickness according to the amount of milk added. If you accidentally make it too thin, add a little ice cream.
- Don’t use ice. The ice will melt, causing the milkshake to become thinner.
- Keep it thick: If you need to keep the consistency of the milkshake longer, please put it in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes before eating.
- This recipe is very minty. If you prefer a milder version, just use half of the extract.
Don’t store The milkshakes left in the refrigerator are long, otherwise they will melt too much.Leftovers should be freezing. Let them soften a bit and eat with a spoon like ice cream, or you can put them in a blender to make them creamy again.
Another very interesting way to preserve leftovers is Make popsicles. Pour the milkshake into popsicle molds and freeze.
For more milkshakes, try:
Course desserts, drinks
Preparation time 5 minutes
Total time 5 minutes
Calories 425 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- 1/2 cup milk
- 1/4 cup crushed sugar cane
- 1 teaspoon peppermint extract
- Whipped cream
Add ice cream, milk, crushed sugar cane and mint extract to the blender.
Mix until fully mixed.
Pour into a glass, put whipped cream and sugar cane slices on top.
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