When it is hot and humid during a Southern summer, you’ll just about anything to stay cool. You’ve eaten watermelon, ice pops, ice cream sundaes, and more to try and indulge in some cold treats. You might not have an ice cream freezer on the back porch, but you can still make some delicious ice cream desserts. Thinking of making a vanilla milkshake? Don’t be boring. Switch things up with this fabulous Peanut Butter Pie Milkshake. We love a good ice cream pie, but have you had a pie milkshake? Now that is one way you can be sure to treat yourself. This milkshake is extremely habit forming, so be prepared to make it over and over again this summer. In just 10 minutes you and your friends can be cooling off to the smooth taste of peanut butter pie in a glass. For dramatic effect, drizzle chocolate syrup down the inside of four glasses (or a couple of large ones for you and a friend.) Process some vanilla ice cream, creamy peanut butter, whole milk, and caramel topping in a blender until smooth and foamy. Divide evenly among the glasses, and top each with whipped cream. Top this creamy shake off with a sprinkle of crumbled chocolate wafer cookies and chopped honey-roasted peanuts. Kick off your flip-flops, prop your feet up, and enjoy!
4 tablespoons chocolate syrup
2 pints vanilla ice cream, softened
1 cup creamy peanut butter
1/2 cup whole milk
2 tablespoons jarred caramel topping
2 cups whipped cream
1/4 cup crumbled chocolate wafer cookies
2 tablespoons chopped honey-roasted peanuts
How to Make It
Drizzle 1 Tbsp. chocolate syrup down the inside of a 1/4-cup rocks glass, using a squeeze bottle or spoon. Repeat with 3 more rocks glasses.
Process vanilla ice cream, creamy peanut butter, whole milk and caramel topping in a blender until foamy and thick, about 3 to 4 minutes. Divide milkshake evenly among prepared glasses.
Top each with 1/2 cup whipped cream. Sprinkle crumbled chocolate wafer cookies and chopped honey-roasted peanuts evenly over top of each milkshake, and serve immediately.