Restaurant-Style Milkshakes

 

-Oreo milkshake, Horlicks milkshake, Parle-G milkshake

Milkshakes are
easy but fancy, some simple ingredients can make a great delight to drink.
Let’s make some delicious milkshakes restaurant style at home and enjoy it with
everyone.

Ingredients:

       
Oreo
Biscuits

       
Horlicks

       
Parle-G

       
Milk powder

       
Condensed
Milk

       
Chilled
Milk

       
Vanilla
ice-cream

       
Hershey’s
Chocolate syrup

       
Whipped
cream

       
Rainbow
sprinkles

       
Chocolate
sprinkles

Method:

Oreo milkshake:

       
Take a
blender and add 5-6 Oreo biscuits, 2 tbsp milk powder, 2 tbsp condensed milk, 1
cup chilled milk, 4-5 ice cubes, 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, and chocolate
syrup and blend it well until its smooth.

*You can use powder
sugar instead of condensed milk as well.

 

       
Take a tall
glass and drizzle it with chocolate syrup, pour the milkshake and top it with
some whipped cream and garnish it with some Oreo biscuits.

*You chill the
glass after drizzling it with the chocolate syrup to set if you have time.

 

Horlicks milkshake:

       
Take a
blender and add Horlicks powder, 2 tbsp milk powder, 2 tbsp condensed milk, 1
cup chilled milk, 4-5 ice cubes, and 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, and blend
it well until its smooth.

*You can use
another flavoured Horlicks as well. You can use powder sugar instead of
condensed milk as well.

       
Take a tall
glass, pour the milkshake and top it up with some whipped cream and garnish it
with some Horlicks and rainbow sprinkles.

 

Parle-G
milkshake:

       
Take a
blender and add 6-7 Parle-G biscuits, 2 tbsp milk powder, 2 tbsp condensed
milk, 1 cup chilled milk, 4-5 ice cubes, 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, and
chocolate syrup, and blend it well until its smooth.

       
Take a tall
glass and drizzle it with chocolate syrup, spread the syrup on the rim of the
glass, and drizzle it with chocolate sprinkles on it (so they stick to the
syrup). Then, pour the milkshake and top it with some whipped cream and garnish
it with some Parle-G biscuits.

 

Restaurant-style
milkshakes are ready looking expensive and tasty to be enjoyed!


Check out the full recipe here:-




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