Chocolate Milkshake Recipe

Satisfy your chocolate cravings with our decadent Chocolate Milkshake, a creamy concoction that promises to delight your taste buds with every sip. Made with just five ingredients - rich cocoa powder, milk, warm water, ice cubes, and the delicious Nestlé MILKMAID - this indulgent treat is perfect for any time you need a sweet and cold pick-me-up.

About Our Recipe

Treat yourself to the ultimate Chocolate Milkshake! Our Chocolate Milkshake recipe elevates this classic with the luxurious touch of Nestlé MILKMAID. Its sweet creaminess adds a hint of caramelised sweetness and creates a velvety smooth texture, turning your milkshake into a decadent masterpiece.

Imagine a tall glass filled with thick, chocolatey indulgence. Each sip is a symphony of flavours - deep, decadent cocoa blends with the smooth creaminess of MILKMAID, creating a wave of pure happiness.

And the best part? Our Chocolate Milkshake recipe whips up in just a few minutes. Just blend all the ingredients with a generous drizzle of Nestlé MILKMAID until smooth and creamy. Pour into a glass, add your favourite toppings (think whipped cream, chocolate shavings, or a maraschino cherry), and voila! You have a decadent Chocolate Milkshake that will surely satisfy even the most intense chocolate cravings.

So, whether you're indulging in a sweet treat after dinner or simply craving a midday snack, our Chocolate Milkshake made with Nestlé MILKMAID is the perfect choice. So why wait? Treat yourself to a chilled glass of chocolate heaven today!

Want more delicious chocolate treats? Check out our other recipes like Chocolate Fudge and Caramel Squares. They'll definitely satisfy your cravings!

  • Servings - 1
  • Preparation - 10 Min

Ingredients for Chocolate Milkshake

  • 3 Tbsp Nestlé MILKMAID Mini
  • ¾ Cup, chilled Nestle A+ Milk
  • 1 ½ Tbsp (8g) Cocoa Powder
  • 2 Tbsp Warm Water
  • 2-3 Crushed Ice Cubes

How to make Chocolate Milkshake

  • Step 1: Mix Cocoa Powder with warm water till no lumps.
  • Step 2: Add the cocoa mixture and rest of the ingredients in a mixer jar and blend till smooth.
  • Step 3: Transfer in a tall glass.
  • Step 4: Serve chilled.

TIPS

  • Use high-quality cocoa powder for an intense chocolate experience.
  • Add a spoonful of instant coffee or espresso powder for a mocha variation.
  • Add a scoop of frozen yogurt for a thicker milkshake. You can even blend frozen fruits like bananas or avocados for extra thickness.
  • Avoid overblending, as it might result in a thin and frothy milkshake.
  • Chill the glass beforehand for the best milkshake experience. Optionally, drizzle chocolate syrup on the glass walls before pouring for a decadent touch.
  • Top with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, a maraschino cherry, or even sea salt for a gourmet presentation.

FAQs

1. Why is my Chocolate Milkshake not creamy?

Your Chocolate Milkshake might not be creamy because you didn't add enough milk. For a thicker shake, stick to the above Chocolate Milkshake recipe and consider using full-fat milk. You can also add a frozen banana or avocado for thickening the shake.

2. Why add ice cubes to a Chocolate Milkshake?

Ice cubes help thicken the Chocolate shake and provide a refreshing chill as you enjoy it.

3. Should I boil the milk for my Chocolate Milkshake recipe?

No, boiling the milk isn't necessary for a Chocolate Milkshake recipe. Most recipes use cold milk for a refreshing drink. Boiling it can make the milkshake taste cooked and less enjoyable. Just use cold milk and blend it with your other ingredients for a delicious and chilled milkshake.

4. Can I customise the above Chocolate Milkshake recipe with additional flavours?

Absolutely! You can add ingredients like peanut butter, bananas, strawberries, or even an espresso shot to the classic Chocolate Milkshake for a delightful twist.

5. Can I make Chocolate Milkshake ahead of time?

Yes, you can make Chocolate Milkshake ahead of time and store it in the fridge until you're ready to enjoy it. Just give it a good stir before serving as it may separate a bit.

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