My delicious cookie milkshakes are an over-the-top twist on regular ol’ cookies and milk! I make all sorts of over-the-top milkshakes with donuts, pies, breakfast treats, etc. on my blog, but these cookie milkshakes are some of my favorite! Circus Animal Cookie Milkshakes: First up? My colorful, whimsical Circus Animal Cookie Milkshakes! They are vanilla milkshakes with bits of cookie, plus pink frosting, and then topped with whipped cream, more pink frosting, more cookies, and, of course, SPRINKLES! Speculoos Cookie Butter Milkshakes: I was late to the Cookie Butter party. I didn’t even know what it was and had to look up cookie butter for a bit of definition and history and here’s what I learned: Cookie Butter was invented by the Belgians! It’s basically spreadable Speculoos cookies which are classic Belgian cookies that Trader Joe’s describes as as having a “great crunch, and a slightly caramelized, almost-but-not-quite-gingerbread flavor.” So yeah, that means we’re making a milkshake that tastes slightly caramelized with an almost-but-not-quite-gingerbread flavor, that also contains cookie butter on top, and crushed Speculoos on the rim. Oh, and of course, whipped cream and more Speculoos cookies on top! Oreo Cookie Milkshakes: This milkshake is decorated with homemade Oreo Cookie filling! Yeah, the good stuff in the middle! The milkshake is then topped with MORE homemade cream filling, more Oreo cookie bits, whipped cream, and more Oreo cookies! It’s pretty much all of your daily calories in one milkshake. I’m sorry. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Milkshakes: Yes! Edible cookie dough, and chocolate chip cookies, all in a milkshake! Enough said. Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies Milkshakes: It’s almost Girl Scout Cookie time and that means making them into fun recipes like these Girl Scout Cookie Thin Mint Milkshakes! That’s mint chip ice cream blended with some Thin Mint cookies in a glass coated with chocolate frosting and Andes crème de menthe shavings, topped with whipped cream, additional Thin Mint cookies, Junior Mints, and more Andes shavings! What’s your favorite Girl Scout Cookie? You could make a similar milkshake using Samoas, Do-Si-Dos, Trefoils, Lemonades, or the new S’mores cookies! Nutter Butter and Jelly Milkshakes: I thought about making these with homemade peanut butter cookies, but really, Nutter Butters are ready made and so good! So instead, I whipped up a homemade peanut butter frosting for the rim of the glass. It looks like regular peanut butter, but I swear it’s sweet frosting. The grape jelly milkshake is then topped with whipped cream, Nutter Butters, and some more grape jelly! Which one is your favorite? Is there a certain type of cookie milkshake you’d like to see me create? Let me know in a comment below!