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Chocolate Cookie Milkshake Pops!

Have you ever had a cookie milkshake? It’s as delicious as it sounds. And easy too. Simply place some ice cream, milk and your cookies of choice into a blender and whip it up. Add some whole or chopped cookies and whipped cream for garnish and you have a cookie milkshake!

I’m a big fan because you can actually taste the flavors of your chosen cookie in the milkshake, making for a nice change from the usual. And, of course, the possibilities are endless.

I love to riff on this idea by making cookie milkshake popsicles. They are just as easy, and I love having batches of these treats in my freezer for indulging any time. (Maybe I shouldn’t love this so much?)

This recipe highlights one of my very favorite cookies: chocolate wafers. As a child, I could eat these by the handful and I love the way their flavor shines through in these rich and refreshing pops.

A milkshake on a stick? Not the worst thing to happen to your week!

Chocolate Cookie Milkshake Pops

  • Makes


    10 popsicles
  • Meal
    snack, dessert
  • Prep

    10 minutes
  • Cook

  • Total

    10 minutes


  • 1 ½ cups whole milk
  • ½ cup heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
  • one 9-ounce package chocolate wafer cookies, divided


  • 1. Cut 20 cookies in half; set aside.

  • 2. Place the milk, heavy cream, sugar, cocoa and the remaining cookies into a blender. Blend for 30 seconds. Scrape down the sides and blend for 10 more seconds.

  • 3. Place two cookie halves in the bottoms of 10 popsicle molds. Pour the milkshake mixture in to cover. Repeat with remaining cookie halves and milkshake, pushing down the cookies to submerge. Freeze for an hour, add your popsicle sticks and freeze overnight.

  • 4. To release the pops, hold the molds briefly under hot water.

All images via Sheri Silver

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