Simple Vegan Chocolate Oreo Milkshake Recipe

So, I originally was going to follow a recipe, but I didn’t have enough resources or the right kind of resources. This meant that I made it the way I wanted to, and it was awesome! This recipe is only for one milkshake, just times the ingredients for more. If you’re allergic to soy or almonds, you can substitute them for whichever milk/ice cream you use. 

What I used:

120ml Alpro Almond Milk (not my favourite brand but it does the job)

150g Chocolate Swedish Glacé (use vanilla if you prefer that instead of a chocolate flavour)

4 Oreos

My extremely simple recipe:

1. Shove that ice cream and milk in a blender. Blend until smooth. 

2. Add 2 Oreos to the mix and blend. I did this at a lower blender setting as I wanted little bits of Oreo in my milkshake. However, I noticed some big chunks that hadn’t blended properly and had to push them to the blade halfway through. I was alright with a few chunks left in the mix.

3. I then got a sandwich bag and put the remaining 2 Oreos in it, and got a rolling pin so I could beat them up until they were tiny little bits. I sprinkled this on the top of my milkshake, a few bits accidentally missing it and going in my mouth. Unfortunate. 

4. It just about fit in my mug (I don’t drink out of glasses, but you can!) and then I drank it. It was actually delicious. 

I hope you like this recipe that is simpler than all of those ‘add this, add this, oh and this exotic ingredient’ ones on the internet. I really liked the taste. It was lovely. 🙂

Lia

9 thoughts on “Simple Vegan Chocolate Oreo Milkshake Recipe

  1. I’m not vegan but as far as I know Oreos have “cross contact” with milk, meaning that small amounts of milk may have come into contact with either the cookies or the equipment used to make them. So, be very careful if you are allergic to diery products. I will definitely try it. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Not even allergy sufferers that I know listen to that. It means that there is a 0.0001% chance that this is the case. It is just to do with them being in the same factory and the chance of it happening is extremely rare. I know a boy with extreme dairy allergies that has oreos and has never once had an allergic reaction.

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  2. I love that you were able to take the initiative and make your own recipe. I’m not vegan, but I am lactose intolerant, so this sounds like a great alternative to a normal milkshake, which makes me feel horrible afterwards. I’m definitely going to have to give this a shot at some point!

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