While the liquor options looked good, I didn't want to have to go out and purchase any so I made the recipe with everything but that. Yum. It was a great craving satisfier. I'll just use a bit more chocolate syrup next time.
Rita, this shake is sinful! It's so thick, rich, and delicious. I made it using soy ice cream, soy milk, and soynut butter for dietary reasons, and even with all those substitutions it was the best shake I've ever had! I also included Amaretto, which added even more depth to the flavor. I think I would add slightly less soynut butter and maybe a little more milk next time, though, because I like my shakes slightly thinner. But I will definitely be making it again and again!
Made this using Frangelico & chocolate ice cream. Thanks for posting. This was delicious.
Delicious and refreshing after a long day!
LOVED it! Made as directed and it was a hit here! This is definately a repeater, and soon :) I used the Godiva original chocolate liquer. Perfect!
OMG! Made this to go along side my Baked Grilled Cheese. WHOA, was it delish, my boys said it tasted like a Reeses Peanut butter cup. I made mine with Godiva liqueur and Chocolate ice cream... left the liqueur out of the boys! I bet mine was better.. :) Thank you for this keeper recipe. Cheers ~V
I just made this because I had a craving for something with peanut butter. I didn't have any chocolate syrup on hand so I used caramel syrup. Amazing! Thanks for a great recipe I will definitely use again
Would try this with less peanut butter next time. We made this with godiva but found the peanut butter over powered the other flavors.
A wonderful treat on a summer afternoon and really yummy! Crème de Cacao, my liqueur of choice, went really well in this shake as did reduced-fat peanut butter. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
Delicious!! I had this tonight and it was so incredibly yummy. Dessert in a glass. I chose to make it with Amaretto. I thought it was a fine choice. Loved it!