Shake It Up: Milk Shake and Float Recipes
Fruit-infused simple syrup makes this twist on a classic brown cow a lovely, colorful dessert for the whole family
Use malted milk powder, such as Ovaltine, to create this classic soda-shop favorite
This homemade version of a coffeehouse treat is a great pick-me-up for the late-afternoon yawns.
Frozen orange juice concentrate is the secret ingredient in this sippable version of a Creamsicle.
There's a reason why some drinks never go out of style. Shake things up by using other fruit -- such as raspberries, blueberries, or peaches -- in this versatile recipe.
Store-bought raspberry and lemon sorbet make this float ultra-easy and great for impromptu entertaining.
The winning combination of crunchy almonds, smooth vanilla ice cream, and rich chocolate fudge sauce are swirled together in one glass for a delectable treat.
Peach Protein Power
Make morning a little brighter with this fast shake. Skim milk and nonfat dry milk powder dial up the protein quotient without adding fat.
Chocolate ice cream, chocolate chips, and frozen cherries mix to create a bewitching milk shake.
It's a Date
Cool off with this date shake, a Southern California classic.
Refresh your herd with this soda-fountain favorite.
A garden overflowing with rhubarb produces a lot of tarts and pies. This poached rhubarb float is a cool reprieve. Make homemade buttermilk sorbet for an extra-special treat.
In Rhode Island, thick milk shakes are called cabinets. Try this one with vanilla and fresh berries.
Root Beer Remix
Not your ordinary float, whipped sour cherries and vanilla ice cream are topped with slushy frozen root beer.
Shake It to the East
Chicory coffee and sweetened condensed milk make Vietnamese iced coffee distinctively delicious. Half-and-half adds another dimension of indulgence to this shake.
Moove Over Milk Shake
This lighter version of a Brown Cow will have your family asking for moore.
A pinch of sea salt brings out the rich caramel flavor in this caramel-pecan shake.
Shake It Like Ginger
Homemade ginger syrup, orange sherbet, and vanilla ice cream combine to create the Orange Boston Cooler, a misnomered nod to Detroit’s ginger ale floats.
This Jamaican favorite blends bananas and ice cream with vanilla extract and a little extra sugar to satisfy your summer sweet tooth.
This updated version of the classic Philadelphia float is flavored with mandarin oranges and a dash of vanilla for a simple, fuss-free dessert.