An extra thick Caramel Milkshake that would make Willy Wonka jealous.
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From working at an ice cream parlor for 4 years, my milkshake skills are top notch. Stacking three scoop ice cream cones is a breeze. My forearm strength is that of an orangutan (like because as any biological anthro major knows, they hang on branches by their arms).
And I can eyeball the perfect amount of milk needed in a frappe (as we Bostonians call them) like it’s my job. Well, it was, so… yeah.
Milkshakes are one of my favorite treats in the warmer months. They’re delicious, and portable. Plus, there isn’t a bad flavor of milkshake.
So instead of spending $8 on a milkshake at the hipster ice cream shop down the street, I suggest making your own milkshake at home. Because what’s better than rewarding yourself a homemade gourmet milkshake after a long day?
To get the perfect caramel flavor, I used Tate+Lyle® Gourmet Beverage Syrups, a blend of pure cane sugar and caramel flavor. Tate +Lyle® Gourmet Beverage Syrups come in a variety of flavors, including hazelnut and vanilla (perfect for my morning coffee, eh?). But as soon as I heard about the caramel syrup, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.
If you wanted to really go for it, you could even mix salt into your caramel for a salted caramel milkshake. About 1/4 teaspoon would do. Cuz the only thing I like more than caramel… is salted caramel.
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- 1 pint vanilla ice cream
- 3/4 cup whole milk
- 3 tablespoons Tate + Lyle® Caramel Pure Cane Syrup
- whipped cream
- rainbow sprinkles
- Drizzle caramel inside mason jars. Set aside.
- In a large blender, blend vanilla ice cream, whole milk, and Tate + Lyle® Caramel Pure Cane Syrup until smooth.
- Pour into mason jars, then top with more caramel, whipped cream, and rainbow sprinkles.
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