For some strange reason, I have been trying out loads and loads of drink recipes, which is something a but different from the typical cake baking I do. I have been making loads of milkshakes, including oreo cookie and these gorgeous peanut butter one. They are so rich, so sweet and so delicious. I also love them as they seem like quite transitional drinks, as they aren’t icy cold, therefore can be made and consumed all year round.
Peanut Butter Milkshakes
Ingredients (2 milkshakes):
2tbsp crunchy peanut butter // 2 heaped scoops vanilla ice-cream // full-fat milk, filled in the glasses you will use // 110g wispa share bag // Reese’s miniatures share bag (140g) // whipped cream
In a saucepan boil a small amount of water on a low heat. In a jug over the water, melt half the the wispa bites and miniature reese’s, with about 50ml milk. Keep 2 miniature reese’s cups for decoration. Whisk continuously until the mixture is melted together.
In the blender, add all the ingredients (ice-cream, melted chocolate, peanut butter, the other half of the wispa bites and milk). Blend until combined.
Pour the milkshake into your glasses. Top with cream. Start in the middles and swirl, making sure the outside is covered so it doesn’t over spill. Top with a peanut butter cup!
– have a great week –