Cool and creamy, milkshakes double as both desserts and drinks. Whip up these easy milkshake recipes in all your favorite flavors, including strawberry, chocolate fudge, and French vanilla -- just like an old-fashioned soda fountain.See Popular Milk Shakes Recipes
The rich strawberry syrup that flavors the milk isn't mixed into the drink, making for a pretty presentation that kids will love.
Lassis are ubiquitous in India; the shakes, made with yogurt or buttermilk, can be sweet or salty. The Victorian-style Imperial Hotel in India's capital, New Delhi, where Peggy Markel stopped on her way to Rajasthan, has an extensive selection of lassi. This one is elegantly flavored with saffron.
The ratio of fruit to milk to gelato in this recipe is balanced to make a drink that's too thick for a straw but perfect for a spoon. Substitute your favorite fruits if you like.
Like the diner classic, these strawberry milkshakes are the real thing - dreamy, pink, frozen, and full of summer flavor.
This strawberry shake can be made with ice cream or frozen yogurt.
Kids love a version of this ice cream beverage without the stout. Stir crushed pretzels into the shake for added crunch.
Whirl together vanilla ice cream and lemonade in a blender for a tart sweet sensation. It takes seconds to make and disappears almost as quickly.
This ice cream refresher recipe takes less than five ingredients, whipping up quickly in a blender. It's an utterly fantastic kid's party drink, but don't wait for a special occasion to serve it.
This blended frozen fruit drink is perfect for breakfast or a snack.
Fat-free pudding mix makes these easy-to-fix shakes unbelievably thick and creamy while keeping the calories and fat low.
Serve this fat-free drink for a quick breakfast or a light snack.
Creamy as a smoothie, this frothy shake is cool and energizing. Monk Fruit In The Raw™ sweetens this refreshing drink while letting the fruit's flavor come through fully. Consider using organic coconut milk to avoid sulfites.
Serve this cold, sweet shake for dessert or as a fun snack for kids.
Different drink-mix flavors make coolers of various colors. Kids love to experiment with all the combinations.
A pina-colada-flavored wine cooler is blended with ice cream to make this easy frozen drink.