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Shortbread Neopolitan Milkshake

    shortbread neopolitan milkshake recipe

    This fun shortbread Neopolitan milkshake features vanilla ice cream with shortbread cookies and strawberry preserves. Yum!

    Shortbread Neopolitan Milkshake

    Course: MilkshakesCuisine: Italian
    Servings

    2

    servings
    Prep time

    10

    minutes
    Calories

    652

    kcal

    Ingredients

    • 4 scoops Signature Select Vanilla or Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (½ cup each)

    • 6 Signature Select Fudge Striped Shortbread Cookies

    • 4 Tbsp Signature Select Strawberry Preserves (or jam)

    • 1½ c whole milk

    Directions

    • Chill milkshake glasses.
    • In blender, process ice cream, cookies, strawberry preserves and whole milk.
    • Add milk to achieve desired thickness.
    • Pour in glasses. Garnish ideas: whipped cream topped with chocolate & strawberry sauce drizzle and crumbled shortbread cookies.

    Notes

    • We provide nutritional information but these figures should be considered estimates as they are not calculated by a registered dietitian. Please consult a medical professional for any specific nutrition, diet, or allergy advice.

    Want more? Make this a Freakshake!

    turn it into a freakshake

    A freakshake is a milkshake piled high with amazing toppings. It’s a mega-shake where even the overflow from the toppings are decorated with sprinkles & chocolate.

    They originated in Australia where all the interestingly different things are found!

    1. Top with whipped cream.
    2. Add strawberries (to go with the preserves)
    3. Add shortbread cookies
    4. Strawberry meringue
    5. Chocolate straws
    Source

    Recipe and photo courtesy of Albertsons

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