Between a rating of 1 and 10, 10 being the best, I’m not kidding when I say this milkshake is a 100.
With only 4 ingredients it’s a mystery why this milkshake is so delicious…but it really tastes amazing.
Have you ever been at a restaurant that serves small portions of desserts in shot glasses? It’s actually kind of nice that the size is small especially when you’re still full from dinner.
Here’s an example of a small dessert in a shot glass that I made recently called “Bailey’s and Chocolate Raspberry Dessert”.
So with that after-dinner small portion in mind, why not do the same thing with a super tasty milkshake and serve it in a juice glass.
A juice glass is generally about half the size of a traditional size glass so it’s not too much after a big dinner.
Recently I had some guests over for dinner and made these toasted marshmallow mini malted shakes and they were a big hit.
One of the guests said that it was the best non-chocolate dessert she’s ever had (she happens to LOVE chocolate).
And she also said that the shake was so good she just wanted to shut her eyes as she drank it.
Now those are compliments!
So give these yummies a try. You’ll be REALLY glad you did.
Let’s check out the ingredients.
Large marshmallows, vanilla ice cream, malted milk powder, milk, and wooden skewers.
Here’s how to make it:
Using wooden skewers, toast the marshmallows and let them cool. I found that with metal skewers, the middle of the marshmallows get too hot and don’t hold their shape as well as when using wooden skewers.
in a blender….
….add the ice cream,
malted milk powder,
…and toasted marshmallows.
Blend using the milkshake setting until the marshmallows are blended in with all the ingredients (about 2 to 3 minutes depending on the type of blender used).
Pour the malted milkshake into juice glasses.
Garnish with a floating toasted marshmallow on top of each milkshake.
Toasted Marshmallow Mini Malted Milkshake
Yield: Serves 6 (using juice-size glasses)
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
2 cups vanilla ice cream (about 6 or 7 large scoops)
1 heaping tablespoon malted milk powder
½ cup milk
10 large toasted marshmallows (for the milkshake)
6 large toasted marshmallows (for garnish)
Inspired by Joy the Baker's Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake, and SheKnows Toasted Marshmallow Milkshake.
In a blender, add the ice cream, malted milk powder, milk and toasted marshmallows. Blend using the milkshake setting until the marshmallows are blended in with all the ingredients (about 2 to 3 minutes depending on the type of blender used). Pour the malted milkshake into juice glasses. Garnish with a floating toasted marshmallow on top of each milkshake. Serve immediately.