This 4 ingredient Biscoff milkshake is the perfect easy dessert when you're in need. Caramel and cinnamon flavors of Biscoff cookies and butter, blend together with creamy vanilla ice cream for this delicious treat. Try this Mint Milkshake too.
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How will this milkshake recipe make your life easier?
Ever get a dessert craving..... but have no desserts on hand? Spare yourself the distress and cravings by keeping a few ingredients on hand for when the need hits you. Keeping delicious dessert-y foods out of your house doesn't help anyone.
I like to have an ice cream stash on hand as well as chocolate chips, cookie ingredients, a brownie mix, and now Biscoff cookies so I can throw together a quick Biscoff milkshake when I need one. This milkshake comes together too quickly!
Here are a couple easy dessert recipes other than this easy Biscoff milkshake: Single Chocolate Chip Cookie, Double Chocolate Small Batch Cookies, Small Batch Peanut Butter Cookies, and Skillet Peach Crumble for One.
What makes this cookie butter milkshake so good?
How do I make this milkshake?
Start making your Biscoff milkshake by adding ice cream, cookies, milk, and optional cookie butter to a high powered blender. Blend until smooth.
Pour your milkshake into a tall glass and add a straw of your choice.
For a fancy Biscoff milkshake, dip your glass rim into Biscoff cookie butter, and then into crushed Biscoff cookies. Top milkshake with fresh whipped cream and crushed cookies. No need to do this, I never did except for photos.
- To make your shake look extra fancy, you can dip the glass rim in Biscoff spread/cookie butter and then dip in crushed Biscoff biscuits, like you'd rim a cocktail glass. Then add a dollop of whipped cream and more crushed cookies.
- The cookie butter is optional. Use it if you already have some or like it, but don't go buy it for this milkshake. A few extra cookies tastes just as deliciously. The biggest benefit of using cookie butter is a creamier Biscoff milkshake.
- This recipe calls for using Biscoff biscuits and optional Biscoff cookie butter, but you can use any other brand, including Trader Joe's Speculoos cookies and Speculoos cookie butter.
- You can substitute the ice cream for a vegan version, and the whole milk for any percent fat, soy milk, almond milk, or another milk substitution. Note that the higher fat content in your milk (or cream) leads to a creamier milkshake.
- Other great Biscoff milkshake add-ins: chocolate chips, fresh or frozen strawberries, chocolate syrup, caramel sauce.
Check out this recipe for in depth instructions, but essentially, you just blend Biscoff cookies, vanilla ice cream, and milk in a blender. You can add Biscoff spread to this Biscoff milkshake for extra creaminess, but you don't have to.
I'd recommend against it, as it'll just, excuse the pun, water down your milkshake flavor. Using frozen foods (like ice cream and frozen fruit) will give you the creamy cold consistency while adding delicious flavors to your milkshake.
What can I make with leftover ingredients?
- Biscoff Cookies: Eat the cookies plain or sprinkle them over ice cream, dip into coffee or hot chocolate, add crumbled cookies to rice krispie treats, or make them into truffles.
- Cookie Butter: Spread on toast, soften and drizzle over ice cream, add to coffee/hot cocoa, etc.
- Vanilla Ice Cream: Add it to this Skillet Peach Crumble for One, Peach Cobbler Dump Cake, Oatmeal Cherry Bars, serve this Strawberry Sauce over it, or use it in this Mint Milkshake.
Did you make this Biscoff milkshake? Leave me a comment & rating to share how it turned out!
- High powered blender
- Measuring cups, spoons
- Large Spoon
- 1 ½ cup vanilla ice cream
- 5 Biscoff cookies or 10, if not using cookie butter
- ¼ cup milk
- 1 Tablespoon cookie butter optional
- Add 1 ½ cup vanilla ice cream, 5 Biscoff cookies, ¼ cup milk, and optional: 1 Tablespoon cookie butter. If not adding cookie butter, add 10 cookies instead.
- Blend until smooth. Pour into a glass, and enjoy.
- Optional: top with whipped cream and crushed Biscoff cookies
- Optional: dip glass in cookie butter and then dip into crushed Biscoff cookies, just as you'd dip a cocktail glass in lime juice/salt, etc for garnish.
- Cookie butter is an optional ingredient because it adds just a bit of extra creaminess. Just use it if you really like it/already have it. Double the cookies if not using cookie butter for the same flavor.
- Substitute Biscoff cookies and cookie butter for another brand, including Trader Joe's Speculoos cookies and cookie butter.
- Additional add-in's: chocolate chips, fresh or frozen strawberries, chocolate syrup, caramel sauce.
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