Tim, the experimental and engaging blogger from “Sparky Malarkey” made a milkshake last month that sounded too interesting to not try myself. After unnecessary procrastination, I finally decided to try the milkshake for myself. Here are the ingredients:
– One blender
– Two to Three Scoops of Chocolate Ice Cream
– Three chocolate-covered biscuits (they’re called “Hob Nobs”, and can be found in most grocery stores – I found them in the aisle labeled “Ethnic” and in the “European” section of the shelves). I tried one of them tonight while preparing the shake and they are really good! Reminds me of chocolate covered graham crackers)
– One glass of milk
Put the milk, ice cream and Hob Nobs into the blender and blend the bejabbers out of everything until all is liquified.
Pour into a tall glass and drink.
Here it is, poured carefully into a glass I had painted for Christmas about three years ago. It was a very good shake! You might have to be careful, as some of the biscuits still settle to the bottom of the glass and there is a malty, frothy film that settles on top. But don’t let that scare you off, it is a successful, tasty experiment for a Tuesday night or any night you want to try it. Thank you for the recipe, Tim!