Kahlua Oreo Milkshake {Adult Milkshake}


Milkshakes, lovely milkshakes!  Do you love them as much as I do??  I thought this sweet dream up while having a mommy playdate/happy hour.  It was a 'grueling' 80 degrees (yes, we are pansies here in Santa Barbara!) and we were sipping on cold white wine.  White wine is my favorite summer drink but it didn't seem to quench my summer thirst.

I needed something colder, something more satisfying....


And something more chocolaty!  

I made this milkshake a little less heavy by using almond non-dairy ice cream and reduced fat oreo cookies.  Hubby said this was one of the most decadent drinks he's had... I would have to agree!  It was delicious!!


It's also very easy to adapt for your little ones. Omit the alcohol and add 1/2 cup almond milk.  They will love it! 


Kahlua Oreo Milkshake
Recipe created by Epicurean Mom
Yields 4-servings 

Ingredients:
4 cups almond non-dairy ice cream 
5 reduced fat oreos
1/2 large banana
1/3 cup kahlua 
1/4 cup bailey's irish cream
1/4 cup crushed oreos, for garnish

Preparation:
Combine all ingredients in a blender, blend until smooth.  Pour into a freezer safe container, cover and chill until slightly stiff, about 1 hour.  Serve and garnish with crushed oreos. 

27 comments:

  1. Oh Katie, this is perfection! Love that it's non-dairy too :).

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  2. Ooo, what a fun combination, Katie! Great treat for summer. Gorgeous photos, as always!

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  3. This is my kind of milkshake! :) Love it!

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  4. You are speaking my language :) Yum!!!

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  5. It is high time we enjoy something, for-adults only! ;) Thanks for sharing. Looks so enjoyable.

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  6. Yes ma'am! I like any sort of "adult" recipe. :)

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  7. This looks awesome and I'm thrilled it's non-dairy! I normally can't drink milkshakes without paying a high price for it later. Can't wait to try this!

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  8. Okay, see this is why I love you. Muah, Moi! xx

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  9. A delightful milkshake! What a wonderful flavor combination. I really have to try Kahlua (I've heard so much about it...).

    Gorgeous clicks.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  10. I just saw this and instantly got up to make it. I'm full and have already eaten enough junk today, so I mashed up two Oreos in a bowl, added a scoop of ice cream and then the Kahlua but didn't remember the Baileys. Then I mashed until mixed. It was delicious! :D Thanks for the recipe!

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  11. This looks absolutely sinful! And the Kahlua only makes it that much better!

    I love your blog - your photographs are beautiful! I wish mine came out this stunning! I am so glad I stumbled across your blog, I can't wait to follow and see what else you come up with :)

    I recently started a blog of my own and would love for you to follow. Maybe we can link up sometime. New blog friends make me happy!

    http://sugarlyeverafter.blogspot.com/

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  12. What a deliciously lavish milkshake! White wine is refreshing on hot days, but I'm sure it can't compare with this concoction. (Beautiful photos...I love your red straws!) :-)

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  13. Oh, what a heavenly drink! It looks like I could dive right in and that red straw against the chocolate brown is such a nice pairing. I, too, am a pansy with the heat...and I am down here in hot and humid Texas. This is my worst time of year... :(

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  14. Woah! Kahula and Oreo!! Yes, yes! That is surely how I'd like to begin all my days! Heh.

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  15. What a fun milkshake! Can't wait to meet up this week! xo

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  16. What a fun milkshake!!! I can't remember the last time I had a milkshake, but this definitely sounds like something I would love!

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  17. What a fantastic looking milkshake Katie! I can't remember the last time I had a milkshake, but this definitely looks like something I would love.

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  18. Oh yes please! I know it's only 9:30 but I'll risk it :) Looks incredible!

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  19. Sweet Heavens. Is it possible that you are my long lost twin? Ha. I LOVE THIS DRINK.

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  20. wow oh wow! that looks sinfully delicious! and i love the straws with is! gorgeous! thanks for sharing!

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  21. Hi Katie. I have been following your blog for a while now, I enjoy reading your recipes. I just started a new blog and I just used Oreos in one of my posts... Check it out!

    http://uniquetreat.blogspot.com/

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  22. LOVE. Nothing but pure love for this.

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  23. Wow. I can't wait to try this, Katie. I can't believe you didn't mention this when we met last weekend....haa! Great meeting & chatting with you - hope to see you again!

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  24. kahlua and bailey's irish cream? Oh, when it's happy hour? I'd love one!
    So easy to make and so irresistible!

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