Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
A yummy adult chocolate milkshake from Delicious magazine. An Australian cup is 250 mls.
Make and share this Bailey's Chocolate Milkshake recipe from Food.com.
- Dip the rim of a glass in the chocolate sauce, allowing it to drip down the side.
- Place the remaining sauce in a blender with the milk, liqueur and 1 scoop of the ice cream and buzz until thick and rich.
- Spoon remaining ice cream into a milkshake glass and pour in the milkshake mix.
This was very tasty!!! I felt the ratio of ice cream, fudge sauce milk and bailey's was way off what it should be for a shake. When I made it as directed, it was more like a chocolate milk, than a shake. I couldn't really taste the baily's, so next time I would use half the syrup, milk and more of the bailys, plus use vanilla ice cream. Very nice drink for those hot summer nights.
Very delicious. I halved the milk and doubled the Bailey's. My DH had a couple of good suggestions: add a tablespoon of malt per serving, and use a Hamilton Beach milkshake maker; he says that a regular blender will liquefy the ice cream as opposed to a gadget made for making milkshakes. Thanks, Jewelies! Made for Vegetarian Recipe Swap.