whipped chocolate biscoff milkshakes

by Cait on July 25, 2012

Okay I PROMISE this is the last thing I’m going to make with these whipped biscoff and chocolate cream parfaits.

But you know…options…not so bad, right?

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Especially when your options look like that.

And this.

And this.

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Because I think we all know that not all options are good.

Options like folding the laundry or putting away the laundry (I’d choose “doing” over either of those…and by “doing” I mean throwing some detergent in the machine and pressing “start” then transferring the pile of wet clothes into the dryer and pressing “start”) or…you know, doing the dishes or putting away the dishes (especially when you’ve used all kinds of bulky appliances that don’t just nicely slide into the dishwasher).  No good.  All of those.

But options like eating ice cream or drinking a milkshake?  Good.

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Very, very good.

And I have to say, of all the whipped biscoff and chocolate creations, this may be the best.

I don’t know if it’s the crumbled biscoff’d rim….

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Or just the fact that the entire thing can be taken down through a straw…

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All I know is it stole my heart (or…stomach), and I think it will steal yours too.

Whipped Chocolate & Biscoff Milkshakes

Makes 2 shakes

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Process biscoff cookies in a food processor until cookies become crumbs; transfer to a wide-mouthed bowl
  2. Wet the top of two 5 oz. mason jars and dip into the biscoff cookie crumbs, pressing to make it stick if necessary
  3. Combined ice cream, milk and ice cubes in a blender or food processor
  4. Process until smooth
  5. Divide into two 5 oz. biscoff-rimmed mason jars and top with whipped cream and remaining biscoff cookie crumbs

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Brittany @ GOtheXtraMile July 25, 2012

Drooling.

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Cait July 25, 2012

Right?! So good.

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Jenny July 25, 2012

I love the play off margarita salt. looks. freaking. amazing.

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Cait July 25, 2012

Thank you! It seriously was. UNreal.

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Kaitlin @4loveofcarrots July 25, 2012

drooling!! I want this now!

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Cait July 25, 2012

It was SO good.

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Rachel July 25, 2012

Great Photography! It looks amazing! I’m sure it tasted great too

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Cait July 25, 2012

Thank you! :) It definitely did taste great!

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whiness July 25, 2012

Oh, it makes me hungry again! I’d love to try it.

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Cait July 25, 2012

Definitely do – it was delicious!

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Shannon ~ My Place In The Race July 25, 2012

Om my! Great pictures and they look sinful! :P

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Cait July 25, 2012

Thank you!

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Candice July 25, 2012

…aaaaand my mouth is watering.

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Cait July 25, 2012

Haha – it’s totally worthy of a little drool :)

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Katie @ Talk Less, Say More July 25, 2012

oh…my….god….i have no words.

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Cait July 25, 2012

Luckily you don’t need any – all ya need is a good straw! ;)

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Carly @ Snack Therapy July 25, 2012

Omg. Just stop it right now! These pictures are too beautiful for words! I need to go buy some Biscoff…

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Cait July 25, 2012

Aw thank you! And yes! Go get yourself some!! :)

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Lauren July 25, 2012

Oh heavens! I just love what you are doing with Biscoff these days. ;)

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Cait July 25, 2012

Haha – thank you! :)

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Kelly July 25, 2012

You are such a talented photogragher!

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Cait July 25, 2012

Aw thank you! I’m trying anyway!

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Katie July 25, 2012

Are you kidding meeee??!? I need to get my hands on this biscoff stuff!! I’m loving all of your recipes, lately. LOVING them and loving you like always…times a million.

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Cait July 26, 2012

Yes! You need some! I might just have to send some your way! And of course, as always, I’m loving you (times a million) right back :)

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Taylor July 26, 2012

Wonderful pictures! Your photography keep getting better & better. The milkshakes look delicious by the way.

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Cait July 26, 2012

Aw thank you! I’m definitely trying to work on it!

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Hope @ With A Side Of Hope July 26, 2012

Oh my goodness! These milkshakes look amazing. I love that you have them in mason jars. So cute :)

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Cait July 26, 2012

Thanks Hope :)

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Nicole @ Just Live It July 26, 2012

Okay, I want one of those for breakfast! LOL!! I don’t care if it’s more of a dessert or not…

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Cait July 26, 2012

Haha – I don’t blame you! :)

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Cathy @ Noble Pig July 26, 2012

I am in love here! I hav a jar of Biscoff in my purse as we speak…you know, for those weak moments.

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Cait July 26, 2012

Hahah – I love it! :)

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Kim July 27, 2012

Soo, I was on my way to leave a comment on the tzatziki sauce on your recent post, but then I got sidetracked when I saw this one. OH MY GOD. Dying. I’m not even ashamed to say that I really want this for breakfast right about now. Totally missed your blog, I’ve fallen off reading all of my favorites in the past few months.

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Cait July 27, 2012

So glad you’re back! :) And seriously. I think this would be completely acceptable for breakfast. It’s THAT good!

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Amanda August 8, 2012

OMG wow! These looks so incredibly good, pinned to try later!

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Cait August 8, 2012

Yay! Let me know what you think :)

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Carol August 10, 2012

Oh my…these do look scrumptious!! Just wondering….8 scoops of ice cream & 2 cups milk (plus ice cubes) seems like a lot more than 2 servings…& 5 oz servings at that?? Or am I missing something?

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Cait August 10, 2012

Nope you’re not missing anything! That’s exactly what I used and it filled two mason jars right to the brim :) 4 scoops and 1 cup of milk per shake. You can divide it up into as few or as many glasses as you please though!

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tanya1234 October 4, 2012

yummmy thankxxxxxxxx

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