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Friday, November 28, 2014

Cookies n Cream Milkshake

Whether you are spending the day shopping or staying at home and relaxing this cookies n cream milkshake will be a great holiday treat. With just a few simple ingredients and a  blender  you will have a great tasting milkshake. You can even make it for Santa and leave it next to some fresh baked  

The base of this milkshake is french vanilla ice cream. I wanted the flavor of the vanilla specks to shine through in this recipe. This milkshake is simple and straight to the point. No fancy tricks on this one.

Cookies n Cream Milkshake

Yield - 2 8 oz glasses


1/2 cup milk (I used 2%)
2 cups french vanilla ice cream
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
4 Oreo cookies
whipped topping


1. Place milk, french vanilla ice cream, and pure vanilla extract in blender. Set aside.
2. Scrape the filling out of 3 Oreo cookies and place only the cookies in the blender.
3. Start blender on low speed and progress to high speed until all ingredients are combined.
4. Pour milkshake into cup and cover with whipped topping.
5. Scrape filling out of remaining Oreo cookie. Crumble cookie over whipped topping.

I hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving spent with family and friends. How are you spending the post Thanksgiving weekend?

If you try this recipe, please let me know! Leave a comment below, or take a photo and tag it on Instagram or Twitter with #savorthebaking!

Savor The Baking,


  1. I am SO craving a cookies and cream milkshake right now after seeing your delicious images. Pinned!

    1. lol...That's great Thalia. Enjoy this milkshake and I'm glad that you pinned it. :-)

  2. I agree this is a great treat!! Love how creamy it is!!

  3. Everything about this is amazing. :-)

  4. This milkshake looks perfect!! I have definitely made something very similar. SO good!!

    1. Thanks Cathleen. The milkshake did taste very good.

  5. I love the idea of a cookies and cream milkshake. I would love to make a vegan version of this.

    1. Hi Charlene and thanks for stopping by. To make it a vegan option maybe you can use soy milk or a vegan ice cream. What do you think? Have a great Thursday.