It’s Friyay! And you know what means! Another over-the-top Cookie Milkshake! Today’s cookie of choice is the classic Oreo! That means this is a vanilla base milkshake made with bits of Oreo Cookie and homemade Oreo cream filling!!! Yeah, the good stuff in the middle! Then it’s topped with MORE homemade cream filling, some more Oreo cookie bits, whipped cream, and more Oreo cookies! It’s pretty much all of your daily calories in one milkshake. Again, I’m sorry. How do you eat an Oreo cookie? Are you a dunk-it-in-milk eater? Break it in half and lick off the cream filling? Break it in half, eat the side without the cream filling before eating the good side? Or do you just bite it? Or perhaps one bite? Ready to make your own milkshakes? Here’s the recipe for the milkshake which also includes the recipe for making homemade Oreo cream filling:
- 1.25 cups of milk
- 4 cups vanilla ice cream
- 1 cup Oreo bits
- homemade cream filling (see below)
- whipped cream (see below)
- chocolate sauce
- Oreo cookies for garnish
- Whipped Cream:
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 Tablespoon powdered sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla
- Cream Filling:
- ½ cup unsalted butter
- ¼ cup vegetable shortening
- 1½ cups powdered sugar, sifted
- ½ tsp vanilla extract
- 2 Tbsp hot water
- First, make your whipped cream by combining the heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla and using your whisk attachment in stand mixture with a bowl that's been in the freezer for 10 minutes, whisk on medium-high for several minutes until the peaks stand upright. Add it to a pastry bag outfitted with a fancy tip if you'd like.
- Next, make your homemade cream filling by adding all the cream filling ingredients together in your mixer and mix with the paddle attachment until incorporated. Then garnish your glasses with the cream filling mix and pieces of broken Oreos. Put aside any leftover cream filling to add to the milkshake.
- Then mix together the milk, vanilla ice cream, Oreo cookie bits, and remaining cream filling in your blender.
- Add some chocolate sauce to each glass, then fill the glasses with milkshake.
- Top with whipped cream, add one straw and two cookies.
- This could also make 6 half glasses. Perfect as a little party dessert.
And it’s Friday, so that means I’ve got 5 awesome DIYs or recipes for you in case you’re looking for something to make over the weekend.
My Friday Five:
These DIY Eyeball Placemats and Hand Napkins Rings. Wow!
DIY Hat Pendants. Could you see these in a closet or dressing room?
Get ready for Valentine’s Day with Conversation Heart Cookies!
This adorable DIY Valentine’s Day card.
My Raspberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast over on Overstock.com
And per usual, I’ll be back with another Cookie Milkshake next Friday. It’s my favorite one, a real classic, so you won’t want to miss it! But if you missed the first two, I’ve got the Circus Cookie Milkshake here, and the Cookie Butter Milkshake here.