Question by  Quicksilver (11)

How do you make frosty vanilla milkshakes?

Mine never turn out right, I must be doing something wrong.


Answer by  Ann66 (161)

Place two scoops of vanilla ice cream in a blender, add about half way with milk, and blend on high. You can make it extra creamy by using heavy whipping cream instead of milk.


Answer by  malpoa (363)

Blend in 2 cups of chilled vanilla ice cream with one cup milk and a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add more sugar if needed.


Answer by  Latin4 (11170)

I use premium vanilla ice cream and whole milk. Blend the ice cream first and then add milk a little at a time. To change the flavor you can add malt. This will make it a tasty malted milk shake. Adding the ice cream first lets you control how thick you want it to be.


Answer by  Bonnie16 (16)

I use 1 cup of all the following ingredients: ice,Cool Whip,vanilla icecream and add enough milk to make it blendable in your blender. Mix to your desired consistency and enjoy!


Answer by  Jay46 (143)

To make milkshakes all you really need is milk and vanilla ice cream. But if you like a strong vanilla flavor you can add vanilla syrup. First you have to have very hard ice cream and scoop that into a blender and add a small amount of milk.

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