5 Best Chocolate Milkshake Recipes That’ll Give You A sweet Tooth

“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.”
Charles M. Schulz

I love me some chocolate milkshake, especially when it is combined with my favorite brand and flavored ice cream: Blue Bell Cookies and Cream. I love the little cookie bits. Even just writing this makes my mouth water.

One day I was looking through Pinterest to find me some new ways to make cookies and cream milkshake or just homemade chocolate milkshake recipes when I stumbled upon some that I wanted to share with you.

Since September 12 is going to be chocolate milkshake day, here are some recipes that I thought would be something you could all try out for that day, or your own time. It will leave your mouth water and give you an incredible sweet tooth.

So place some these best chocolate milkshake recipes to your grocery list when that day comes and try it out!

*By the way, some of these recipes contain liquor as the ingredient, but by no means you need to add it to your milkshake!*

So let’s get started.

1. The Triple Chocolate Milkshake

These Triple Chocolate Milkshakes are just what your chocoholic sweet tooth is craving! Chocolate milk, chocolate ice cream, and chocolate syrup - YUM!
Credit: Pin Sized Baker

This recipe comes from the Pintsized Baker. The only thing she used was chocolate milk, chocolate ice cream, and chocolate sauce!

For toppings, she added chocolate sprinkles.

One thing I love about this recipe is because it’s simple since they only used chocolate.

2. The Oreo Milkshake

This classic Oreo Milkshake is quite simply one of the best summer desserts ever!
Credit: Spiced Blog

This one here is from Spiced Blog. I love this recipe because of the Oreo, my favorite cookies! I may try this recipe for Chocolate Milkshake day! Plus, the recipes are super easy to gather. Just look at the image, doesn’t it make your mouth water?

3. Boozy Oreo & Chocolate Milkshake

This Boozy Oreo & Chocolate Cream Milkshake is a straight up "eat your feelings" situation. Giant scoops of chocolate ice cream are blended with whole milk, heavy cream, Oreo cookies, and vodka. This "eat your feelings" milkshake is topped with more scoops of chocolate ice cream, Oreo cookies, and melted chocolate!
Credit: Mind Over Batter

Another Oreo (yay!) Chocolate Milkshake Recipe from Mind Over Batter, containing alcohol. You don’t have to add alcohol in this recipe. It’s not recommended. Just tweak it to make your own. Just click here for more information on the recipe.

4. Nutella Coffee Milkshake

Nutella Coffee Milkshake - Perfectly sweet, chocolatey with a hint of nuttiness! A cold and refreshing way to get your caffeine fix.
Credit: Simply Stacie

If you love Coffee and Nutella, Try this Coffee Nutella Chocolate Milkshake by Simply Stacie.

5. Caramel Macchiato Iced Coffee Chocolate Milkshake

Caramel Macchiato Iced Coffee Chocolate Milkshake from This recipe is incredibly refreshing on a hot summer day. Whip up a batch of these Caramel Macchiato Iced Coffee Chocolate Milkshakes today. You deserve a delicious treat! (@CravingsLunatic)
Credit: Cravings of A Lunatic

I am a Starbucks fan, and one thing I like buying from them is either the Frapp or Macchiato. So when I found this recipe, I knew I had to try this one for Chocolate Milkshake Day. If you love your Starbucks or just coffee in general, this chocolate milkshake from Cravings of A Lunatic will be your new favorite coffee milkshake.


So here you go! Try these what I call the Best Chocolate Milkshake Recipes. Pin these recipes to your Pinterest! If you’re into milkshakes, try these recipes. These recipes can used be for any occasion, not just for September the 12. These could be great for parties, or even just drinking it as you watch a movie at home. They are easy to make, you can add as much ingredient to make your milkshake thick or less thick, and it’s enjoyable.

What is your favorite chocolate milkshake from the above? Leave it in the comments below!

Until Next Time,

Simply Alia

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