Red Velvet Milkshake Valentine’s Day Approved
This creamy, dreamy red velvet milkshake approved by Cupid is a simple dessert for your Valentine’s Day. It only takes 5 minutes to be ready!
The chocolate dipped rim makes the red velvet milkshake look beautiful and is sure to put a smile on someone’s face. You may need some cookies to match milkshakes like Linzer Tarts and Monster Sweetheart Cookies.
Valentine’s Day Milkshake
Deb from Cooking on the Front Burner has prepared a special and delicious treat for your lover. If you like red velvet cakes and milkshakes, then this red velvet milkshake is your name!
Love is in the air, and it will soon be Valentine’s Day. This is the perfect dessert to share with someone special. Whether you want to surprise the kids after school or enjoy it after a meal, this will be a wonderful blow. great! Cupid’s arrow hit!
The serving size can depend on what you like. I went with these 8 ounces. For cans, place the edges in melted hot fudge, then dip them into a plate and sprinkle. I think that if children want to help, this might also be a fun way to get children involved in the kitchen.
Decorate. Sprinkle on the plate, then dip the edge of the glass into warm fudge, and then dip the sprinkle.
mix. Add ice cream, cake mix, milk and extracts to the blender. Stir until smooth.
Please enjoy! Pour into a glass, sprinkle whipped cream on top, and if necessary, sprinkle more.
Top ideas + changes
Here are some ideas you can add to the top:
- Red Velvet Cake Pieces/Crush Cake Pieces
- Chocolate Chips
- Chocolate syrup drizzle
- Mini marshmallows
- Add mini chocolate chips
- Use chocolate ice cream
- Dip the edges in the white chocolate
The choices are endless!
Shop Put the remaining milkshake in a freezer-safe cup, preferably with a lid, and store it in refrigerator About a week. It will definitely thicken, so don’t freeze it with a straw!
Let it thaw Before trying to put the straw in and drink it.If you plan to keep it in the refrigerator for a period of time, you need to put a lid on it to prevent freezing burns
Preparation time 7 minutes
Total time 7 minutes
Calories 227 kcal
Author Little Luna
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- 4 tablespoons red velvet cake flour
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons hot fudge sauce to heat
- Whipped cream
- Light rain
Sprinkle on the plate, then dip the edge of the glass into warm fudge, and then dip the sprinkle.
Add ice cream, cake mix, milk and extracts to the blender.
Stir until smooth
Pour into a glass and sprinkle with whipped cream, if necessary, sprinkle more
I will definitely try this recipe. Thank you for sharing Deb with us!
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