Vanilla Biscoff Milkshake With Chocolate Drizzle

2 milkshakes
10 min

Vanilla Biscoff Milkshake with a Chocolate Ganache Drizzle. 🥰I’m always down for a contest and this milkshake contest hosted by Zeal Grass Milk was a perfect way to use up the rest of my homemade “Biscoff” cookies! It’s embarrassingly easy to make and even easier to knock back. I like to make smaller portions because, well, if I make bigger portions, I will drink bigger portions! The chocolate ganache is great to have on hand for other ice cream treats. It’s also fun to serve these in a jar. I love the Bonne Maman jars. Feel free to try this with chocolate ice cream too!

Vanilla Biscoff Milkshake With Chocolate Drizzle

Recipe details

  • 2  milkshakes
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 0 Minutes Total time: 10 min
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Ingredients


  • ½ cup heavy cream
  • ½ cup bittersweet chocolate chips, plus a few more for garnish
  • 8-10 spice cookies (see my recipe) or use Biscoff brand
  • 6 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • Up to ½ cup whole milk
  • Whipped Cream (homemade or store-bought)

Instructions


Refrigerate two 10 ounce glasses or jars. This will help the chocolate drizzle stay put on the jar. It will also keep your milkshake colder for longer!
In a small sauce pan, bring heavy cream to a simmer. Turn off the heat and add the chocolate chips. Let sit for 3-5 minutes. Whisk to combine. Set aside. Once cooled slightly, transfer to a squeeze bottle.
In the bowl of a small food processor, process cookies until they form crumbs. You can also put them in a plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin. Reserve 1 tablespoon for the topping.
Add vanilla ice cream, ¼ cup milk and Biscoff crumbs to a blender. Blend until evenly combined. If you want them milkshakes a little thinner, add milk one tablespoon at a time.
To assemble, drizzle chocolate sauce around the edge of the jar. Sprinkle with reserved Biscoff crumbs. Add the milkshake, top with whipped cream, Biscoff crumbs and bits of chocolate. Serve with a straw or a spoon. Enjoy!

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