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Monday, February 23, 2015

Red Velvet Oreo Milkshake

I thought this would be a fun post to create, since the Red Velvet Oreos hit the shelves earlier this month. I wasn't able to get my hands on them until recently, since my local stores were sold out. What do you think of them? I think they taste pretty good and the cream cheese flavored filling is my favorite part.

Viewers seem to like my milkshake posts a lot and I thought this would be a nice addition to the blog.  The results of the milkshake are a rich red velvet flavor with a mix of cream cheese and french vanilla.

The crumbled Oreo on top seals the deal for a lovely treat. This would be great to drink on a lady weekend, while  watching your favorite movies or lounging around. What could be better than red velvet?

Red Velvet Oreo Milkshake

Yield: 1 8oz glass


3 red velvet oreos
1/2 cup milk (I used 2%)
2 cups french vanilla ice cream
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
whipped topping (optional)


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

I hope you all had a great weekend and are having a great start to the week. I am  enjoying all of the recent sunshine here in Washington state. It's a welcome change from all of the rain.

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. You make such fantastic drinks. This is another winner.

  2. This sounds so delicious, Chineka! I love the red velvet oreos in here!

  3. This looks delicious!!! I personally LOVE the red velvet oreos. I like red velvet as a flavor in general, but those red velvet oreos were amazing. I felt like the cookie was a bit moister (maybe I was imagining since red velvet is usually moist?) and the filling extra creamy. I liked them so much, the week after I tried the first box, I went to my local Safeway to see if they still had some left. They didn't! And then I proceeded to call the 2 other Safeways within driving distance of my apartment. A little extreme? Probably. But when the red velvet oreos hit the shelves again next Valentine's week, I'll be sure to get some and try this milkshake!

    1. I would have done the same thing Sarah! The things us foodies do. I agree that the filling was extra creamy.

  4. I loved the Red Velvet Oreos!! I think this shake would be the best. Love it!

    1. Thanks Dorothy. I just don't like how the package is half the size of a regular one, but then again they are limited edition. I can barely find a pack on the

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