5 Homemade Ice Cream Milkshakes – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 71

5 Homemade Ice Cream Milkshakes – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep  71

(Music) Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Homemade Ice Cream Milkshakes Hi Bold Bakers! Summer is almost here and
I wanted to start sharing with you my frozen dessert lineup and another great way to use
my Homemade No Machine Ice Cream. I’m going to show you some of your favorite flavors
turned into milkshakes. So let’s get blending! So I have some really exciting news. Finally, our website,
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beautiful KitchenAid Torrent Blender that I’m using in this video today to make my milkshakes. I really hope you enjoy my new website and
please let me know what you think. For my milkshakes, I’m using my lovely brand
new blender but you can use any liquidizer or blender that you have at home and you can
even use a hand blender. Our first Milkshake flavor up is a winning
combo and one of my personal favorites: Banana and Salted Caramel. Now the star of this show is my Homemade No
Machine Ice Cream. I made a plain vanilla base but you can use any ice cream that you
want. You can even use another ice cream like the Dulce de Leche one we made a few weeks
ago. If you put that in there with bananas and caramel it will be gorgeous. Into your blender pitcher, add in your ice
cream and your milk. Now I like to use frozen bananas for my milkshakes
because they make the milkshake really creamy and nice and thick. So when you see a few
bananas around your house and they’re turning a little bit black, throw them in the freezer,
and when you go to make a milkshake take them out and they are perfect. So to our banana, we’re going to add in my awesome
salted caramel sauce. Now you guys know this recipe because I’ve done it in so many videos
and it’s going to work so well in this milkshake. Ok. Lovely. Now lid on. Our recipe for deliciousness
is ready to go. If you press liquify, blend, or even frappe,
all those settings will work really well for milkshakes. Blend your milkshake for around
2-3 minutes depending on your machine and you’ll see it get lovely and thick. And it’s done! Oh my gosh. It looks so good. Now you know I love good presentation so I’m
going to put my milkshakes in these lovely tall glasses. To make your milkshakes really stand out,
you can even decorate your glass. I like to pour in some salted caramel sauce along the
edges. And then follow with your homemade banana
milkshake. Just look at how thick this is. I like to top mine off with freshly whipped
cream and some more salted caramel sauce. This is definitely for caramel lovers. Now as the maker of the milkshake, I get to
be the first taster of the milkshake. This is exactly what I thought it would be like. It’s
sweet. A little bit salty from the caramel sauce. Absolutely gorgeous. So the best thing about these milkshakes is
not the method because you just put it on a blender. The best part is the combination
of flavors that you can use and you’ll see that throughout this video. It’s going to
get your creative juices flowing to come up with your own milkshake combinations. So on
to the next flavor! Our next milkshake is a flavor that is always well-received here
on Bigger Bolder Baking and that is OREO. Into your pitcher, add your ice cream,
milk and OREO cookies. I’m using the regular OREO cookies but you can actually use Golden
OREOs or even if you can get your hands on some Red Velvet ones then those would be great
too. Perfect! Three simple ingredients and one
gorgeous milkshake so on with the lid. I know this sounds kind of weird but I love
to have milkshakes when I’m eating french fries. I don’t know why but it just tastes
so good together. Lovely. Another milkshake is done. Dessert
does not get much faster than that. I just love the idea of milkshakes for summer parties
and sleepovers. They’re just perfect and so easy. To serve my milkshake, I like to pipe whipped
cream on top and dust it with a few crushed OREO. For all of you out there who love OREO as
much as me, you are going to love this one. Our next milkshake flavor up is one I’m hoping
you’re going to try. It’s Chocolate and Peanut Butter but this one is a little bit different
because it’s suitable for vegans. So it doesn’t contain ice cream but it has frozen bananas,
peanut butter and cocoa powder. It is out of this world! Into your pitcher, we’re going to add in a
banana, some dairy free milk, cocoa powder, peanut butter, some vanilla extract and some
ice cubes. I think you guys know by now that for my vegan recipes I alter the ingredients
but not the flavor so they can be enjoyed by everybody not just vegans. On some blenders, this milkshake might need
a little bit more time to blend down all of that ice. And then serve straight away. Just
look at how thick that is. To decorate my chocolate and peanut butter
milkshake, I like to lay on a few slices of fresh banana on top and dust it with a little bit
of cocoa powder. Peanut Butter and Chocolate is delicious no
matter what shape or form it comes in. You guys are really going to like this one. Ok,
on to our next great flavor. Our next milkshake flavor was the most-requested
ice cream flavor so I’m guessing you’re going to like it as a milkshake version. And that
is Mint Chocolate Chip. In your pitcher, add in your ice cream. To
the ice cream mix, I’m going to add in some mint to get that lovely fresh flavor. However
if you don’t want to use fresh mint you can always use mint extract or essence. In with the mint. If you want to trick your
senses a little bit, you can always add in a little bit of green food dye into this mix.
Also instead of vanilla ice cream you can always add in my mint chocolate chip ice cream.
It will be like a double whammy of mint! Just before your milkshake is done we’re going
to add in some chocolate chips. Your machine will break them up nice and fine so you’ll
get a bit of chocolate and mint in every sip. To serve this milkshake, I like to pipe some
freshly whipped cream on top, grate some chocolate and then add a sprig of mint. So I know you guys love mint chocolate chip
ice cream but I have a feeling you might love this milkshake even more. I love cheesecake for dessert and obviously
I’m going to love it in every form it comes in. So our next flavor is a strawberry cheesecake
milkshake. In your pitcher, add in your ice cream, milk,
cream cheese, fresh strawberries and vanilla extract. I love strawberry cheesecake but if you want
to add in blueberries, raspberries or even mango, that will still taste great. A good way to keep these milkshakes cold is
pop your glasses in the fridge beforehand. To decorate this big and bold milkshake, I’m
going to pipe on some freshly whipped cream, dust it with some graham crackers and add
a fresh strawberry on top. So I think I might have saved the best flavor for
last. This is absolutely phenomenal. I know you’re going to love this one. If 5 amazing milkshake flavors aren’t enough,
then I posted a bonus flavor over on my website so make sure you go over there and check it
out. Don’t forget to head over to my brand spanking
new website and sign up for my newsletter. Thank you so much for watching and I’ll see
you back here again next Thursday for more Bigger Bolder Baking.

100 Replies to “5 Homemade Ice Cream Milkshakes – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 71”

  1. Gemma, no offence, however, that banana you've used in your banana milkshake is actually rotten. I'm sorry, but i wouldn't have even given that rotten banana to my dog. It was definitely off, bec i looked @ it after you'd peeled it & it was soggy & brown. YUKKKKKKK!!

  2. I made a Nutella milkshake with your ice cream base, and tossed in a fererro rocher or two. Blown away!!! Try it out Gemma!!

  3. I just saw your website and I can't wait to use it and save all my favorite recipes from you! Great job on it!

  4. Omg thank you for all these recipes! You are really giving helpful tips! ???
    Now I can make many different tasty milkshakes.
    Thank you so much ???

  5. Omg a just tried your peanut butter nd chocolate milkshake in it tastes fucking amazing, hands down best milkshake recipe I’ve ever followed

  6. Oh, Gemma, these look so delicious and they’re actually really thick. Unlike some other ones that are not.

  7. I just want to be happy to see the girls and their kids in their own way and they will have their best friend in their world ??????

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