17 Aug 2017

Milkshake Madness: Peanut Butter And Jelly (2 of 4)

Still have your wits about you eh lads? Just don’t go off into a sugar rush rampage yet, for we are still at the second part of our milkshake recipe madness series. Now for this part of the milkshake madness recipe we are going to feature a milk based slushy that you wouldn’t even dare to miss out on.  This particular milkshake recipe might challenge your perception at a certain point, but once you have tasted it you will certainly chill out and get hyped up with the mixture of flavors and may lead to a certain sandwich slash sweet tooth brain freezing extravaganza.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake

So without further ado here is the second milkshake recipe in our four part series that will certainly tickle the different levels of your tongue’s perception – the peanut butter and jelly milkshake. This milkshake recipe is so good that you would actually not miss the sandwich where this mixture of flavor is based upon.

Ingredients:

Milk (chilled)

Strawberry Ice cream

Peanut butter

Strawberry Jam

Frozen Strawberries

Whipped cream

Fresh Strawberries

Strawberry syrup

Gelatin powder

Procedure:

*Just like with the first milkshake recipe in our series we will start by blending our chilled milk and gelatin powder mixture in a chilled blender. Once it reached a slightly thick consistency, set it aside in a container and have it chilled for a minute or two.

*Once the gelatin and milk mixture is properly chilled, get a medium large bowl and fill it with generous scoops of your favorite strawberry ice cream straight from your freezer. Blend the ice cream and milk mixture until everything is evenly distributed. Put in several scoops of strawberry jam, peanut butter, frozen strawberries, and few drops of strawberry syrup. Blend in all the ingredients until it reached all the flavors have mixed up nicely.

*Fill your favorite mug with mixture. Have it chilled for a couple of minutes. Put some whipped cream on top of it and garnish it with some fresh strawberries. Enjoy!