By NorthwestGal on September 04, 2008
Photo by Lalaloula
Photo by Lalaloula
"My husband and I, while we were still dating, used to meet at our local Red Robin after work for our midweek dates. His favorite drink during the sumemr was the Peanutty Freeze. It's basically just a chocolate and peanut butter milkshake. My husband was really disappointed when Red Robin changed their menu many years ago, eliminating the Peanutty Freeze altogether. My husband has missed this milkshake ever since. So I went on a search for the recipe so he would be able to have his favorite milkshake now and then at home. After much begging, I eventually came upon this recipe for the Red Robin Peanutty Freeze (chocolate peanut butter milkshake)."
Serving Size: 1 (134 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Yummy goodness! I made half the recipe for myself and I was kind of disappointed when I saw how little I would get to enjoy, but after I took the first sip I knew my sweet tooth would be satisfied. Deliciously rich. Thanks for sharing the recipe."
"Made this as I actually had all ingredients on hand. No blender so this got hand mixed and i used chocolate milk instead of water. Very yummy, very peanut buttery too but in a good way. Will make again!"
"I made half the recipe for myself this morning and wish I had made it all, because it is soooo good! It is so chocolatey, peanutty, creamy and delicious! YUM!
I used Sydney Mike's Recipe #327904 in place of the vanilla ice-cream plus about 3 tbs of vanilla rice milk to make this vegan. Also I used cocoa powder instead of the drink mix and it still came out so decadent and chocolatey that I didnt miss the sugar at all.
This is such a wonderful creation that I will certainly make often again. I can completely understand why this is your hubby's fav drink! :)
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this here with us, NorthwestGal!
Made and reviewed for one of my babies durin PAC Spring 2012."
"Yum! This was peanutty goodness. :) I've never had the Red Robin shake before as we dont have them around where I live. However, who needs it when this shake is so tasty! Thanks for a super easy do-over recipe!"
"Delicious! I used Godiva hot cocoa mix. I did use milk in place of the water. I also used crunchy peanut butter and omitted the chopped peanuts. We will definitely make this again. Thank you for the recipe."
"Just the perfect thing for today. It stopped the kids from going to DQ, none theless loved the peanut butter flavor, and doubled this for 4 of us. Great great great . Made for PRMR TAG."
"Oh My..this is so so good. I knew it, I just knew I would love it. You could make this LF/LC also by using the SF SwissMiss hotcocoa and frozen vanilla yogurt. How perfect. So thick, creamy, and delish!~ Made for PRMR."
"What a great milkshake. The peanut butter flavor comes through nicely but does not overwhelm the chocolate flavor either. My son and his friend downed this in no time. They did not want chopped peanuts on top so I skipped on that. I did save just enough for me to have some slurps too. I did find that these make 2 very small milkshakes so I doubled the recipe to fit into a tall shake glass. Made for your win in Summer Spectacular event in the cooking tag games."