Peanut Butter Nutella Milkshake
Salted Caramel Milkshake
Salted caramel adds the perfect rich layer of flavor to a traditional vanilla milkshake. Thankfully store-bought salted caramel sauce is easy to come by, but if you can't find it at your favorite grocery store or would prefer to make your own, simply add ½ teaspoon salt to a more traditional jar.
Recipe via My Baking Addiction
Chocolate Chip Cookie Baileys Milkshake
Bittersweet Chocolate Malted Milkshakes
When you're ready to take your milkshake game to the next level, this recipe is just the thing. Adapted from the cookbook "Date Night In" by Ashley Rodriquez, we especially love the homemade chocolate ganache and often make a double batch to have on ice cream sundaes later in the week.
Recipe via Shutterbean
Boozy Banana Cream Pie Milkshakes
Strawberry Peach Pie Milkshakes
What to do when you have a few slices of leftover pie? While this is rarely a question we ever ask ourselves, we're always happy to have new options—and blending them up in a milkshake is an idea we're easily sold on. This recipe uses leftover strawberry peach pie, but you could certainly use any flavor you have at home.
Recipe via What's Gaby Cooking
Toasted Marshmallow Peanut Butter Milkshake
Toasted Coconut Milkshakes
Real die-hard coconut fans will appreciate the full can of coconut milk in this recipe and the generous handful of sweet, toasted coconut. Refreshing and delicious: Summer at its best.
Recipe via BevCooks