Recipe by Denise Bradbury
"It tastes just like chocolate cheesecake!"
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1/2 (8 ounce) package
chocolate ice cream
Delicious!! The better brands of ice cream make it a better shake. It does taste like cheesecake.
I had some creamcheese I needed to use up and was really excited to try this and had high hopes. However, after making it a few different times I was very unimpressed. It tasted just like a chocolate milkshake. I couldn't taste the cream cheese at all, even when I doubled up on the cream cheese the 2nd time making it. I feel it just added all the calories and fat to my shake without changing the flavor. I used a Premium Chocolate Icecream...maybe that was the problem? Maybe a cheaper chocolate would be better, but I'm not sure. I don't think I'll be making it again to test it.
Bad. Bad, bad morning. I made this to feel better. I did cut it down to two servings and I added a tbsp. of instant coffee. This was nice. Thank you.
I disagree that it tastes "just like" chocolate cheesecake, but it was still good. The cream cheese taste was subtle, which was a good thing to me because I don't think I'd like a milkshake that tasted like cheesecake. I used chocolate frozen yogurt for the fat reduction and it was good this way. Something different to present the guests with for a summer get-together. Plus it was a good way to use up some leftover cream cheese.
This was so super uper good! I LUV IT!! YUMMY IN MY TUMMY!!
This is delicious! I liked it better thicker when I used only 1 cup of milk. (And it still wasn't very thick; you can easily sip it through a straw.) I think I'll definitely try this with non-fat cream cheese and with different types of ice cream sometime! Awesome!
2nd time: low fat cappuccino chip ice cream with 1/3 less fat cream cheese and skim milk tastes great!!
3rd time: Adding choc chips is useless, they sink to the bottom of the blender and glass.
My wife and I think that this is indeed an easy to make and delicious recipe. However, there is no WOW factor or kick, so we're going to go with MILD.
Not as much like cheesecake as I was hopeing, but a good thick milkshake never the less.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Cheesecake Milkshake
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 141
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