A thick oreo milkshake you’ll need an extra wide straw to drink! So grab some mason jars, glasses, troughs, whatever you have on hand and have at it. This is simple, easy and quick. Plus it tastes like oreo heaven.
Milk: You can use any type of milk to make a milkshake, but high-fat milk gives milkshakes a more creamy texture. The amount of milk added to the milkshake should not be so much. If the amount of milk added is more than ice cream, the milkshake will be runny. If you want to feel the taste of chocolate more, you can use chocolate milk.
Ice Cream: The best ice cream flavor to make this milkshake is the classic vanilla ice cream.
Whipped Cream: Whipped Cream is not one of the main ingredients for making a milkshake and it depends entirely on your taste. For a healthier and lower-calorie version, it is better to remove the whipped cream.
Oreo Biscuit: I used chocolate-flavored sandwich Oreo biscuits with a vanilla flavor filling.
Cocoa powder: If you want the taste of chocolate in the milkshake, add a teaspoon of cocoa powder.
- 4 super large scoops of ice cream
- 3/4 cup heavy cream whipping cream
- 12 oreos crushed
- Pop everything in a blender and pulse until well blended.
To line your glasses like I did you just need to either buy oreo crumbs or crush some oreos on your own. Then take corn syrup and line the edge of the glass with it. Then dunk the the top of the glass in a bowl with the crumbs. Easy peasy!
Using heavy cream makes it thicker. You can use regular milk if desired.