"If you like chocolate and you have a sweet tooth then this is your drink. It tastes like hot chocolate but it's cold!" — LADYSU
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i died when i tasted it! i also added vanilla ice cream ( 1 cup each ) and nesquik (or milo but nesquik is better, as it dissolves into the milk!)
It's got a little more cinnamon than I care for, and it's a bit thin. I added more ice cream, and I think next time I'd cut down the cinnamon. Overall a good drink though :)
I liked this Spicy milkshake. But I think that it needed a little less Cinnamon. A little less milk too. It was runney and very sweet. I would also add the cinnamon near the bottom or middle, but not the top of the blender. I put the cinnamon in last and it all didn't get mixed in. (There is nothing like have cinnamon in the back of your throat! cough, cough)
But all in all, I think I will make this again and not add so much cinnamon and milk.
I'm rating it 5 with my changes - 3 cups chocolate icecream, 1 cup vanilla icecream, 1 cup milk, 1 tablespoon Nesquick, 1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract. Delish!!!
Way too much sugar and cinnamon make this recipe sickening after the first few sips.
the cinnamon added such a nice touch, and i don't even really like cinnamon! a neat twist on a chocolate milkshake. thanks!
This milkshake was so sweet it nauseated me! O_o Use less or no sugar maybe? the cinnamon was nice...at first..
The description is right, but the name is wrong. This is not thick enough to be considered a milkshake in my book; but a tasty, albeit sweet, drink.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Mug Milkshake
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 153
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