This Milky Way Chocolate Milkshake was a huge hit in my house! I recently did a campaign with Mars through Collective Bias, and had to come up with a fun recipe using the Milky Way Bites.
I made Oatmeal Milky Way Cookies, and they were the best cookies I have ever made. Just ask my husband, who ate most of them! I had bought two bags of the Bites at Walmart and had initially thought about making a Milky Way Milkshake with them. I'm so glad I did! It was as decadent as the cookies!
Here's the recipe so you can surprise your family with some deliciousness, too.
Add 6 scoops low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt to the blender along with 2 cups skim milk and 2 cups ice. Blend until smooth.
Add 10 Milky Way Bites to blender and chop or crumble, depending on your blender type. Try not to completely dissolve bites. Chop the 2 remaining Milky Way Bites into small pieces so the Milky Way Chocolate Milkshake will be nice and creamy.
Pour shake into 2 medium sized tall glass. Top each with whipped cream, chopped Milky Way Bites, and a cherry. Enjoy!
Here's a printable version!
Milky Way Yogurt Milkshake
- 12 Milky Way Bites
- 6 scoops low-fat Vanilla Frozen Yogurt
- 2 cups skim milk
- 2 cups ice
- Light whipped cream optional
- 2 cherries optional
- Combine frozen yogurt, milk and ice in blender until smooth.
- Add 10 Milky Way Bites and blend just until crumbled.
- Pour shake into tall glass.
- Chop remaining 2 Milky Way Bites into small pieces.
- Top milkshake with light whipped cream.
- Sprinkle chopped Milky Way over whipped Cream.
- Top with cherry.
I was compensated by Collective Bias for getting creative and making the Oatmeal Milky Way Cookies I made last week. I couldn't resist trying this milkshake, too!