This oreo banana milkshake is a perfect shake for summers. Looking for a simple, convenient and a perfect way to incorporate frozen bananas and oreos together? Look no further and make this light, frothy, creamy and indulgent shake with only a few ingredients and a few minutes on hand.
I always like to keep a good milkshake recipe handy. The best part is you can make it anytime of the day and it requires only a few minutes. I usually like to indulge in this shake after a good workout, an evening run and this will also serve great in breakfast and is a great treat for any oreo lover out there. This shake is packed with vitamin c and is a great option if you follow a healthy living. This is certainly one of the delicious oreo milkshakes out there.
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Why This Recipe Works?
- This is a quick and easy recipe that requires a few minutes.
- This shake requires only a few ingredients.
- This is a combination of oreo shake and banana shake.
- It is the ultimate oreo banana milkshake.
- Banana: Use frozen banana and cut in small pieces.
- Oreo biscuit: Use chocolate oreos or any other oreos of your choice.
- Vanilla ice cream: Use high quality ice cream.
- Milk: Use full fat milk for this recipe.
These are basic process shots for this recipe. For detailed instructions refer to the recipe card at the bottom of this post.
- Place the ice cream and frozen banana in the blender jar.
2. Add in the oreo cookies to it.
3. Blend for 60 - 70 seconds until you get a smooth milkshake.
- Blender or magic bullet.
- Drinking glasses to serve the milkshake.
- Measuring spoons and cups.
Variations & Substitutions
- Milk: use any milk of your choice such as almond milk, soy milk, nondairy, low fat or half and half for this milkshake.
- Oreo Cookies: use chocolate oreos for the best chocolaty taste but feel free to use any other oreo cookies flavor. All types of oreos work well for this shake.
- Chocolate Ice Cream: use chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla ice cream for chocolate lovers.
- Peanut Butter: add one tablespoon of peanut butter in the shake to give it a peanut butter flavor.
- Dairy Free Ice cream: use dairy free ice cream to substitute vanilla ice cream.
- Vanilla Frozen Yogurt: is a good substitute for vanilla ice cream as well in this recipe.
- Whipped cream: decorate the milkshake glass with a dollop of whipped cream.
- Banana slices: decorate the milkshake with banana slices.
- Oreo crumbs: sprinkle oreo crumbs on the milkshake before serving.
- Chocolate syrup/Chocolate sauce: drizzle the syrup on the milkshake for more chocolate flavor.
- Crushed cookies: use crushed cookies of your choice to decorate the milkshake.
Consistency: Add more ice in the milkshake if you like thick milkshakes or more milk if you like to keep the consistency thin for your milkshake.
Frequently Asked Questions
I usually make this shake with full fat to get the right consistency and texture and have not tried it with skimmed milk. However, for a healthy version you may try using skimmed milk but know that the texture will be different.
Yes for sure, you may double or tripe the recipe depending on the need of the whole family. This recipe makes one glass of 16 oz.
I wouldn't recommend so. This shake is best to be served right away.
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Banana Oreo Milkshake
- 1 Blender or magic bullet.
- Measuring spoons and cups.
- Serving glass.
- 1 banana (frozen)
- 8 Oreo cookies
- 2 cup vanilla ice cream (300 g)
- ¾ cup whole milk (178 ml)
- Cut the frozen banana into small pieces.
- Add the banana, oreo cookies and other ingredients into the blender jar.
- Blend for about 50 seconds or until the mixture is smooth and texture.
- Pour the milkshake into glasses.
- Top with whipped cream and crushed oreos.
- Serve immediately.