Recipe by Angie
"A very frosty treat that is perfect for that ice cream craving you sometimes get!"
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chocolate ice cream
Oh so simple and oh so good! I used a little less milk because I like things a bit thicker. I put these in nice tall glasses and topped them with whipped cream and more chocolate syrup. All that was left to do was enjoy them right down to the last drop!
wow well i am 12 years old and i made this milk shake 4 my parents after a long nite and they luved it thanx to you i have happy parents
The taste was really good, but the shakes weren't very thick. We also used different flavor's of ice cream and in place of the chocolate syrup we used Nescafe's Ice Java chocolate mocha syrup. I will make this again but with less milk to try to thicken it up.
This is as simple as it can get! For the others who say its not thick...It says in instructions to use less milk if you prefer thick. This is something that can be played with. I will try mint choc chip next time.
This recipe didn't sound amazing at first, but after making it I learned that it is GREAT! I didn't measure the cups of ice cream - just took giant scoops out of the carton and dumped them into the blender. As for the milk, I changed two things: I used 1/2 a cup instead of a whole, and I used 4% milk instead of regular. The chocolate syrup all floated down to the bottom and sat underneath the blades, but that was okay - I just drizzled it on top of the shake when it came out last. If it had mixed in, it probably would have been too chocolatey. I LOVED this shake - not too thick, not too thin, not too chocolatey. The best!
This tasted just like an IN-N-OUT shake! I used 1/2 cup of 2% milk and two huge scoops of vanilla ice cream (all I had) then a tablespoon of chcolate syrup. Yum!
This is a great, easy shake.
This was the simplest and best recipe! In order to have a thicker shake, add less milk. I've tried both ways, and I prefer thicker, but they both taste absolutely delicious!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Freeze-Easy Chocolate Shake
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 307
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