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Malted Milk Ball Shake Float

This incredibly delicious milkshake float comes packed with double the ice cream and malted milk ball candies all over the place.

Malted Milk Ball Shake Float

What on earth is a Shake Float?

Well, you’ve heard of a root beer float right…..where you add ice cream to a glass and pour root beer over it.

A shake float is the same only you pour a shake over the ice cream that’s in the glass.

And the ice cream in the glass is a different flavor than the ice cream that the shake is made out of.

How fun is that!

This shake is made with vanilla ice cream, malted milk balls, and malted milk.

Then, the shake is poured over Expresso Chocolate Chip ice cream.

But you can use any combination of flavors that you like.

Just think of the possibilities.

The biggest decision you’ll need to make is if you should use a straw or a spoon.

I used both…maybe at the same time.

I don’t remember because it was so good that it was all gone before I knew it.

Here are more dessert recipes with chocolate candy you may like “Snickers Snickerdoodle Cookies“, “Double Chocolate Butterfinger Brownies” and “Peanut Butter and Caramel Kiss Cookies“.

Let’s check out the ingredients.

Malted Milk Ball Shake Float

For the Milkshake – Milk, vanilla ice cream, malted milk balls, malted milk powder

For the Serving Glasses (the “Float”) – Expresso chocolate chip ice cream (or flavor of your choice).

A printable recipe with the measurements and instructions is located at the bottom of this post.

Here’s how to make it.

For the Milkshake:

Malted Milk Ball Float

To a blender,

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add malted milk balls.

You may need extra for taste testing.

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Then,

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add the…

Milk in Malted Milk Balls

…milk,

Malted Milk in Blender

and…

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the…

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malted milk powder,

Vanilla Ice Cream in Cup

and next,

Ice Cream in Blender

…add the vanilla ice cream.

Blend Milkshake

Blend on the shake setting or medium speed for about a minute, or until all ingredients are combined.

Set aside for just a moment.

For the Serving Glasses (the “Float”):

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To serving glasses or pint-size mason jars, add the ice cream flavor of your choice…

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Next,

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…to each glass…

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…add a few malted milk balls.

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Then pour the shake over the ice cream that’s in the glass.

Malted Milk Ball Float

Top with the remaining malted milk balls.

Malted Milk Ball Float

And…

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…enjoy…

Malted Milk Ball Float

…each and every…

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…heavenly sip.

Malted Milk Ball Float

Malted Milk Ball Float

Thank you so much for stopping by CCC!

More Recipes with Ice Cream You May Like:

Shirley Temple Ice Cream Float

Red Velvet Ice Cream Float

Toasted Marshmallow Mini Malted Shakes

Brown Butter Banana Dessert

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Malt Ball Milkshake

Malted Milk Ball Shake Float

This incredibly delicious milkshake float comes packed with double the ice cream and malted milk ball candies all over the place.
Print Recipe
Prep Time: 7 minutes
Total Time: 7 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Milkshake
Servings: 2

Ingredients

For the Shake:

  • 1 cup chocolate covered malted milk balls for the shake
  • 2 tablespoons malted milk powder
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream for the shake

For the "Float" When Serving and Garnish:

  • 2 cups ice cream flavor of your choice for serving in the glass (for the "float")
  • 6 chocolate covered malted milk balls for garnish

Instructions

For the Shake:

  • To a blender add malted milk balls (1 cup), milk, malted milk powder and vanilla (2 cups) ice cream to a blender.
  • Blend on the shake setting or medium speed for about a minute, or until all ingredients are combined. Set aside for just a moment.

For the "Float" When Serving and Garnish:

  • To serving glasses or pint-size mason jars, add the ice cream flavor of your choice, and a few malted milk balls.
  • Pour the shake over the ice cream that’s in the glass.
  • Top with the remaining malted milk balls.  And serve right away along with a straw and a spoon for each serving.
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This recipe was originally posted on August 16, 2012.

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6 Comments

  1. Is that cookies n cream ice cream that you poured it over? Looks soooo yummy. I have so gotta try this. I think chocolate ice cream would be good or cookies n cream…heck pretty much any ice cream lol.

    • Hi Kellie, I think that I used chocolate chip. But you’re right, cookies n cream or chocolate would be really good with this shake. And I have to agree that any ice cream would work! Have a great week!

  2. This is fabulous. My hubs loves anything malt. Gotta try this for him.

  3. You had me at malt and shake float. These look almost sinful! I’m definitely making some a.s.a.p!

    • Hi Kim, sounds like you like malted milk too. I just love it. Course I love anything with ice cream! Have a nice weekend!