This cupid-approved creamy, dreamy red velvet milkshake is a simply sweet treat for your Valentine. It’s ready in only 5 minutes!
The chocolate dipped sprinkle rim makes the red velvet milkshake look pretty and is sure to put a smile on someone’s face. You might be needing some cookies to go with those shakes like the Linzer Tarts and Monster Sweetheart Cookies.
Deb from Cooking on the Front Burner has an especially delish treat for your Valentine. If you love red velvet cake and milkshakes, then this Red Velvet Milkshake is calling your name!
Love is in the air and soon it will be Valentine’s Day. And It’s the perfect sweet treat to share with that someone special. Whether you want to surprise the kids after school or serve it after your meal, it will be an awesome hit. Zing! Cupid’s arrow has struck!
The serving size can depend on what you like. I went with these 8 oz. canning jars, placed the rims in melted hot fudge, and then dipped them onto a plate of sprinkles. I think this could be a fun way to involve kids in the kitchen too if they want to help.
DECORATE. Place sprinkles on a plate then dip the rim of your glass into the warm hot fudge and dip into sprinkles.
BLEND. In a blender add the ice cream, cake mix, milk, and extract. Blend until smooth.
ENJOY! Pour into glasses and top with whipped cream and additional sprinkles if desired.
- Pieces of red velvet cake/crumbled pieces of cake
- Chocolate shavings
- Chocolate syrup drizzle
- Mini marshmallows
- Mix in mini chocolate chips
- Use chocolate ice cream
- Dip rim in white chocolate
STORE leftover milkshake in a freezer-safe cup, preferably with a lid, and keep it in the FREEZER for about a week. It will definitely thicken up so do not freeze it with a straw in it! Let it thaw slightly before trying to put a straw in it and drinking it. If you are planning on keeping it in the freezer for a while you will want to have a lid on it to prevent freezer burn
More Valentines desserts:
Red Velvet Milkshake Recipe
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- 4 tbsp red velvet cake mix
- 1 1/2 cups milk
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 tbsp hot fudge sauce warmed
- whipped cream
- Place sprinkles on a plate then dip the rim of your glass into the warm hot fudge and dip into sprinkles.
- In a blender add the ice cream, cake mix, milk, and extract.
- Blend until smooth
- Pour into glasses and top with whipped cream and additional sprinkles if desired
I’ll definitely be trying this recipe. Thanks for sharing it with us Deb!
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