Decadent Shakes: Milkshakes and More Book Review

Decadent shakes are more than just good eats... they are a piece of art.  In this post, I share Decadent Shakes: Milkshakes and More book review and a Chocolate lovers recipes.

Chocolate Milkshake Recipe

chocolate milkshake
Chocolate Milkshake

Just try picking 1 recipe to highlight in a blog post from this book… I dare you!  The traditional Chocolate Milkshake is my all time favorite. With all milk-based drinks, you can easily substitute milk for soy milk.  The author of Decadent Shakes: Milkshakes and More recommends adding 10% more liquid if you remove the ice cream.

Chocolate Milkshake


  • 3 pumps of chocolate syrup
  • 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream
  • 10 fl oz of cold milk
    For Presentation
  • 1 chocolate rimmed glass
  • 1 longstraw
  • 1 jelly snake
  • rice bubbles
  • colored popcorn


  1. Put all ingredients in blender and mix until creamy
    For Decorations
  1. Before pouring the mixture into the glass, create a chocolate rim around the top of the glass or canning jar.
  2. Pour blender mix into glass up to the rim
  3. scatter the rice bubbles over the shake until it is entirely covered
  4. place a straw on right side of the milkshake
  5. wrap a jelly snake around the straw and place colored popcorn on top of the rice bubbles until the glass is completely covered

This recipe is from Decadent Shakes: Milkshakes and More.

Images Of The Publication

milkshakes with more

Below are some of the photos I took to give you a better idea of what the book is really like.  I highly recommend this book because it is totally a feel-good happy book.

Let’s Connect

I’d love to hear about your most decadent milkshakes so be sure to comment on this post.  You are also invited to send me a message on my contact page where I can add you to my free newsletter that goes out once a month.

Happy Milkshake Day,

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