As you may remember, I posted a milkshake recipe on my blog last week.
And I sort of had an epiphany.
Because really, my blender is probably the least used appliance in my kitchen.
(Except for sometimes when I make drinks. With stuff that rhymes with Shrum and Modka)
Anyways, it’s been HOT out and I don’t always feel like baking. And who knew that a blender is so dang useful in such a situation?!
Milkshake recipes are so easy to experiment with. It needs a little something? More of this, less of that? You don’t have to wait 20 minutes for it to finish baking to try it out.
Why haven’t I been making milkshakes this whole time?
Seriously, after coming up with this milkshake recipe, I started rethinking my whole blogging career.
Confessions of a Milkshake Queen? It could totally work.
My milkshake brings all the readers to the yard?Â Don’t try to say that isn’t catchy.
(I’ve lost you already, haven’t I?)
A few weeks ago, someone on Facebook mentioned how much they loved Chick Fil A‘s Banana Pudding Milkshake.
I’ve never had one, but I liked the sound of such a concoction. So….I made my own that tastes just like banana pudding.Â Not to brag, but mine is probably better than Chick Fil A’s.Â Because I honestly cannot imagine a better version than this one.
3/4 cup milk
3 TBS instant banana cream pudding MIX
1/2 cup FROZEN whipped topping (such as Cool Whip)
10 vanilla wafers
1 cup vanilla ice cream
Whipped cream, bananas, and vanilla wafers for garnish
Place ingredients in the blender in the order listed above. Blend until well mixed. Pour into a glass and garnish with whipped cream, cookies and banana slices.
Makes one large or two small shakes.
I hope you love this as much as I did.
Unless you hate bananas. And banana pudding. In that case, you’ll hate it.Â Sorry.
I hope you have a wonderful Monday!!