Did you see my Melted Snowman Milkshakes? I just think they are so cute! But I have a few more holiday milkshakes for you including Gingerbread Man Milkshakes, White Chocolate Candy Cane Milkshakes, and Salted Caramel Apple Pie Milkshakes! If you have leftover gingerbread cookies (I know, I know, WHAT leftover cookies …) or even if you don’t … you can make some Gingerbread Man Milkshakes! This milkshake tastes just like a gingerbread man cookie. It’s made with vanilla ice cream and a mix of spices, then topped with homemade whipped cream and a gingerbread man. Grab the full recipe right here. And if you’re a fan of candy canes and mixing mint with chocolate, then these White Chocolate Candy Cane Milkshakes are for you! This treat is actually two milkshakes in one. One part is a white chocolate shake, the other is pink peppermint. Pour them one at a time into your glasses, freezing in between each pour. Garnish with whipped cream, white chocolate chips, and candy canes for a holiday treat! Grab the full recipe right here. I know that apple pie is traditionally a 4th of July holiday thing, but I always make apple pies for Thanksgiving AND Christmas, so I had to make a Salted Caramel Apple Pie Milkshake! It’s topped with a miniature apple pie to take it over-the-top! Get the full recipe right here. And if you’re looking for more milkshakes, be sure to check out all of my over-the-top, delicious milkshakes right here which includes my Boozy Bourbon Gingerbread House Milkshakes, Edible Cookie Dough Milkshakes, and Melted Snowman Milkshakes.
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