Malted Milk Shakes
Shake up your typical milk shake with a touch of malted milk -- it'll add an irresistible flavor that will make you feel transported to an old soda shop.
The frosty version of the campfire classic is bound to be hit on a hot summer's day.
A can of filling often yields more than what's required for a pie. That extra puree, however, is just enough to blend into a a delicious milk shake.
Brown Cow Float
This fun and delicious drink recipe was adapted from Martha Stewart Kids, Spring 2005.
Strawberry-Banana Tofu Shake
Soft silken tofu provides the best results for this drink. If you only have firm or extra-firm silken tofu on hand, however, you can add as much as a quarter cup of extra soy milk to achieve the desired consistency. To reduce the fat, use the lite variety.
These spirits may look frightening, but they're actually quite sweet. This eerie version of a vanilla milkshake is kid-friendly and absolutely delicious. And although you wouldn't want these spooks to haunt your house, they would be welcome at a Halloween get-together.
You may substitute other fresh or frozen berries, such as blueberries or raspberries, for the frozen strawberries.
Black Forest Shake
An after-dinner drink for every age: Chocolate ice cream and cherries, blended into a thick milkshake. This frosty recipe comes from Stacy Pershall of Prairie Grove, Arkansas.
Barbara Lucas Olaguera, of Chula Vista, California, shares this drinkable version of a creamy orange ice pop.