This boozy white chocolate milkshake has hints of vanilla and rum and is the perfect cocktail to enjoy any time of day.
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Do you love shakes as much as I do?
I have to make them a lot at home, especially for Miss M. She loves all kinds of shakes, but especially vanilla and banana. So I often have a glass too, because really, who could pass that up?
So while the kids are visiting their dad for a few days I decided to make a fun adults-only boozy shake. This could be my new favorite thing.
This recipe is very simple, but you will have to wait for part of it to cool down … I know, waiting is impossible.
- 1/2 cup reduced-fat milk
- 1 cup white chocolate pieces
- 1/2 of a 1 qt tub of vanilla bean ice cream
- 4 oz White Rum
- 1/2 pkt Sweet'N Low
- Begin by adding the milk and Sweet'N Low to a small saucepan.
- Gradually add the white chocolate - not all at once because it will end up in a great big clumpy mess. Stir constantly until the white chocolate has melted before adding more in. Bring to a boil while stirring, and then remove from the heat and refrigerate until chilled.
- Stir occasionally while cooling otherwise you might find that some of the chocolate may try to have a little party and put themselves back together on the side of the bowl, and we don't want that.
- In a blender combine all of the ingredients - the white chocolate milk, the Rum, and the ice-cream. Blend until combined.
- Pour into glasses, pop a straw in, and there you have it.
These would be perfect to end your night on the 4th of July.
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