A Simple, Creamy Oreo Milkshake Recipe

Ore Milkshake

This Oreo milkshake recipe is quick and easy to make. It only takes about five minutes to make and uses ingredients that you probably already have. This is part of a series of hubs on Oreo cookie recipes. All you need is a blender and a few ingredients to make this simple Oreo milkshake recipe.


Two Cups of vanilla ice cream

Twelve Oreo cookies

One cup of whole milk

Two tbsp. of chocolate syrup


Step 1

Break the Oreo cookies into smaller pieces. The best way to do this is to place the Oreos in a plastic and seal it after removing the air. Them you can crush the Oreos with a rolling pin of a mallet. You can even crush them with your hands, but this is a bit more work than the other methods. You only need to break the Oreos up in to smaller pieces, then blender will to the rest of the work for you.

Step 2

Place the vanilla ice cream, milk, chocolate syrup and the crushed Oreos into a blender. Blend on high setting until the mixture is smooth.

Step 3

Pour into a glass and serve. Garnish with a sprig of mint or a whole Oreo cookie. You can also top it off with some whipped cream mixed with crushed Oreos.

Some variations to the recipe you can try would be to add some fresh fruit like chopped bananas or berries. For a thicker shake use less milk. For a healthy shake use frozen yogurt instead of ice cream. You can also substitute skim milk for whole milk.

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Comments 9 comments

Chanel 5 years ago

This recipe seems like a reliable one

Meg 5 years ago

Nice haha x

wutt eva 4 years ago

hope it works -.-

thnx a bunch

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Shawn Scarborough 3 years ago from The Lone Star State Author

@Chanel, @Meg, @wutt eva--thanks for your comments.

Maya 3 years ago

I tried this and LOVED it and I will be making another today! WHAT A TREAT!!! Xx

seojung 3 years ago

how many people is this for?

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Shawn Scarborough 3 years ago from The Lone Star State Author

This recipe will make one large shake or you could divide it into two smaller shakes.

Katie 2 years ago

That seems like a lot of Oreos

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Kristen Howe 12 months ago from Northeast Ohio

Love this recipe. I'm going to make it next weekend, when I get my Oreos! Delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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