Though the weather outside is frigid and cold, that doesn’t mean I want to just be stuck with hot beverage options. No sir! I still want to drink my iced coffee and milkshake drinks. As a self-professed foodie, I love to nosh and gulp haute-cuisine. Meaning, Sonics chocolate shakes don’t even cut it for me anymore. I rather have the good stuff.
I’ve been around the DMV area and couldn’t find gourmet milkshakes anywhere. What’s a girl got to do? Well, if I can’t find a top-notch place to get a scrumptious milkshake then I might as well make my own. After tinkering in the kitchen, I created a singular treat that most bon vivants would crave.
I heart this recipe so much that I want you all to try it out too! Here ya’ go!
Belgian Chocolate Shake Recipe
– Prep time is 10 minutes
– 3 Scoops of Graeters Chocolate Ice Cream
– 3-4 Tablespoons of Grashoff’s Gentleman’s Dark Chocolate
– 2 Tablespoons of Leyla’s Authentic Food’s Coffee Sauce
-1/2 cup of milk
-3 Tablespoons of processed Toffee bits
– Whip Cream
– Christmas sprinkles
Use a food processor to grind up Toffee pieces into a fine dust. Later, combine all ingredients ( minust the whip cream and sprinkles) in a blender and blend on smooth. Pour into a glass and add whip cream plus sprinkles on top. If you want to dress it up further, dip a candy cane into Grashoff’s Belgian chocolate and add the stick into your milk shake.
Try it out! The holiday season is coming up so you can have family and friends make it with you.
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