I had every intention of going all out on these milkshakes, starting with my own homemade vanilla ice cream. But time ran short, so I had to make do with Haagen-Dazs. I know, it’s a travesty.
We loved the milkshakes! Vanilla ice cream, vanilla bean, milk and malt powder – and topped with crushed Whoppers. The malt flavor is very subtle. And it’s a milkshake – what’s not to love?
We scooped with a spoon instead of drinking it, because it’s thick, and it’s perfect like that. It made me wonder… why don’t I make more milkshakes at home? They’re a fun, refreshing treat, and a good way to justify eating more ice cream.
For the recipe and to see how the other Baked Sunday Mornings bakers fared, head over to Baked Sunday Mornings.
- Malted Vanilla Milk Shakes (Baked Elements, p. 117)
I thought the same thing about why I don’t make milkshakes that often! I loved this shake and I’m glad you loved it too!
Shake looks great in that glass. This was the first time I’d ever made a shake. I never think to make them. But they sure where good.
Hee hee — I usually make my own ice cream too, but I took a shortcut with Breyer’s. :) Very pretty with your cute crushed malt balls!
I agree – the thicker, the better!! Great post!
Gorgeous Sheri – I love the color. It looks like salty caramel – is that a fancy filter you used on the picture? Either way, yum. :)