A few month’s back, or it could of even been a year ago, I completely lose track of time. I received a cookbook in the mail, called Adult Milkshakes, simple and easy recipes by Stephen M Ringler. For those of you that really know me, when I say I’m going to do something I do it! I had promised Mr. Ringler, that I would post one of his delicious Adult Milkshakes on my blog. My apologies to Mr. Ringler, that it has taken me this long to post this amazing Cookies and Cream Shake. I’m not very confident in my photography skills, and especially not when it comes to frozen drinks! I however, am very proud of these pictures, I think I finally did the recipe justice by photographing the subject! So Thanks Stephen M Ringler for sending me this cookbook. To order his Adult Milkshake book you can go to, www.adultmilkshakes32.com.
This recipe is to die for! There are only 4 ingredients, and if you want to leave the alcohol out you can. However, it’s really good with the Bailey’s Irish Cream Liqueur! I actually just put it all in a blender and mixed it, and it came out great. Stephen says to use a food processor to pulverize the cookies, and you can do this, but it all ends up in the same place anyway! I will copy his recipe verbatim, and you can decide how you want to try this for yourself. I hope you all will try this for the 4th of July weekend celebration coming up. I promise your guests won’t be disappointed! Please order this amazing Adult Milkshake book for only $12.oo. He is also writing a new cookbook, Adult Tropical Milkshakes! He has written numerous other books too, including a Mature children and Immature adults book, Noah’s Other Ark. I really did, only bring your cookbook to Michigan Mr. Ringler! Please leave me a comment and let me know how you like this incredible shake! Thanks for reading, love, Stacey
Cookies and Cream Shake
Recipe by: Stephen M Ringler
From the Cookbook, Adult Milkshakes.
Makes 1 shake
• 1/2 cup of fat free milk
• 2 oz Bailey's Irish Cream Liqueur
• 5 Nabisco Oreo Cookies
• 2 cups vanilla Ice Cream
1. Make the foundation for the shake. Pour the milk and liqueur into the container and blend on low speed for 5 seconds. Reserve the liquid in the refrigerator.
2. In a food processor pulverize the cookies as close as you can to a fine consistency. Reserve.
3. Add all of the ice cream loosely into the container of liquids and begin to blend on slow until mixture begins to liquefy. Hold for next step.
4. Place all of the ground cookies on top of the blended shake and continue to blend on low for 30 seconds and then on high for 10 more seconds. Serve Immediately.