Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake with whipped cream

Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake

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This Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake is made with Amaretto and Frangelico, plus a bit of extra Nutella for a sweet and potent treat. Get out your blender and get ready to party. It’s gonna be awesome.

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I grew up in a house where dessert was pretty much never forbidden. I was frequently coerced into eating steak or green beans with the promise of ice cream., but itt was the 80’s and that was just considered proper parenting back then. But we definitely weren’t forbidden to eat sugar. We reveled in it.

Whether it was birthday cake for breakfast, French toast for dinner, or a big bowl of ice cream with whatever toppings we liked every night, my family knew how to enjoy the sweet stuff. Chocolate milk was always an option. I was allowed to dip graham crackers in store-bought frosting. There was usually a bowl of M&Ms somewhere in the living room. And to this day, my dad will always order a milkshake at a diner, even at breakfast.

Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake with whipped cream

What’s in a Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake?

While I wouldn’t recommend having this Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake first thing in the morning, I know it’s something my dad would love. Mix your standard vanilla shake with a big blob of chocolate hazelnut spread, and then make it all grown up by adding Amaretto and Frangelico.

In case you’re not an expert in the world of international liqueurs (I’m definitely not), amaretto is almond flavored, which I think most people are familiar with. Frangelico might be a little less common, though. It’s an Italian hazelnut liqueur named for a hermit monk. It’s not impossible to find, but it’s also not guaranteed to be in your supermarket spirits aisle. And yes, a bottle isn’t dirt cheap, but it’s not like you’re going to chug the whole thing in a day. I assume.

Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake with ferrero rocher

How to make Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshakes

Look, it’s a milkshake, so let’s not make it too complicated. I’ve given measurements in the recipe card below, but honestly, just go with what looks right to you. Everybody likes their milkshakes a little bit different.

Add milk, liqueurs, ice cream, and your favorite chocolate hazelnut spread to a blender, and crank it up. Adjust things until you get the consistency and flavor that makes you want to sing. If you want to go for a bit of extra credit in your presentation, smear some of your spread on the rim of your glass before pouring in the milkshake, then top with whipped cream and a nutty chocolate.

Make it magical

Almonds have lots of magical potential. They’re associated with male or projective energy and the element of air, so they’re great for sparking new ideas to make things happen. Ironically, almonds are great for overcoming addictions and alcoholism. Maybe that doesn’t work so well in this recipe, but it’s always good to keep in mind. They also have properties of love, luck, beauty, and fertility. So many possibilities. (Source: Plentiful Earth)

You’ll find correspondences for hazelnut, chocolate, and lots of other ingredients on my Kitchen Magick page.

Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake in a tall glass

Whether you only take part in sweets on the rare occasion or you’re a longtime sugar devotee, you’re gonna want to give this Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake a try. It’s gonna be awesome.

Looking for more awesome boozy milkshakes? Try this White Russian Milkshake or a Buttery Nipple Milkshake.

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Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake

Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake with whipped cream

This Nutty Nutella Boozy Milkshake is made with Amaretto and Frangelico, plus a bit of extra Nutella for a sweet and potent treat. Get out your blender and get ready to party. It’s gonna be awesome.

  • Author: Renee Rendall
  • Prep Time: 15
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Blended
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegetarian

Ingredients

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  • 1/4 cup amaretto
  • 1/4 cup Frangelico
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  • 1/4 cup Nutella or chocolate hazelnut spread
  • Nutella, whipped cream, ferrero rocher to garnish, optional

Instructions

  1. Add the amaretto, frangelico, milk, ice cream, and 1/4 cup nutella to a blender and blend until smooth. We’re making milkshakes here, not souffle, so feel free to play around with the amounts to get your milkshake just the way you like it.
  2. If you want to make it look fancy, use a butter knife or offset spatula to spread a thin layer of Nutella or chocolate hazlenut spread around the top of two glasses, then pour in your milkshakes and top with whipped cream and a ferrero rocher or other hazelnut studded chocolate. Or just chug it out of the blender container. That’s cool, too.

Keywords: Nutella, Milkshake

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