7 really naughty milkshakes you can make with a NutriBullet

7 really naughty (but delicious) ways to use your NutriBullet

I own a NutriBullet. It’s shiny, beautiful, and makes the most yummy green vegetable drinks you ever did taste, that I know are crazy-good for me, my health, and wellness.

However, I’m seemingly incapable of being healthy all the time and started to wonder what else I could possibly use my trusty NutriBullet for. The answer was… PARTY MILKSHAKES. I’m a mega-fan of biscuits, chocolate and cereal so below you can find my creations.

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1. The ‘Party Rings & Ice Cream’ party milkshake

There’s nothing like biting into a Party Ring to take you back to a simpler time of party bags and pass-the-parcel. Using tasty ingredients, like strawberries, vanilla ice cream and of course, Party Rings, this very pretty milkshake was born.

Party rings & Ice Cream party milkshake created in a NutriBullet
Yum yum yum!

You will need:

  • 5 x strawberries
  • 1 scoop of vanilla ice cream
  • 3 Party Ring biscuits
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Squirty Cream
  • Hundreds & Thousands
  • 1 x cone
  1. Use your NutriBullet to whizz up 3 strawberries, vanilla ice cream, Party Ring biscuits and milk.
  2. Decorate with Squirty Cream, Hundreds & Thousands, and stick your cone on top at a nice jaunty angle.
  3. Poke two strawberries through one straw, and party rings through the other straw for decoration.

I hope you enjoy this delicious treat. If you don’t have any squirty cream, alternatively you can use whipping cream. We also used Mini Party Rings (delicious by the way) to decorate the straws. Party on!

2. The ‘Buenos & Brownies’ party milkshake

This was the very first milkshake I created with my NutriBullet. If you’re a fan of Kinder Buenos then this is a party milkshake not to be missed. Take care when drizzling around your milkshake glass – feel free to get as arty as you want!

Buenos & Brownies party milkshake made in a NutriBullet
Party time!

You will need:

  • 1 scoop of chocolate ice cream
  • 2 x mini brownies
  • 3 x Kinder Bueno
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Hundreds & Thousands
  • Chocolate chips
  • Chocolate sauce
  • Squirty Cream
  1. Whizz up the ice cream, mini brownies, milk, and one stick of Kinder Bueno.
  2. Drizzle chocolate sauce around the inside of the glass before pouring in your milkshake.
  3. Top with with Squirty Cream, chocolate chips, and Hundreds & Thousands. Stick your leftover Bueno Sticks in and serve.

Kinder Bueno lovers, I hope you enjoyed drinking your party milkshake. Don’t forget you can tailor each recipe to your needs, so if you want to taste more of the brownies, then add more brownies. Easy.

3. The ‘Strawberry Jammie Dodger’ party milkshake, created by the mighty NutriBullet

I have a biscuit addiction, (which is why you’ll see so many on this page) and couldn’t resist seeing what you could make with a Jammie Dodger. This strawberry delight is a treat for the tastebuds, so give it a whirl in your NutriBullet.

Jammie Dodger & Strawberry party milkshake made in a NutriBullet
Well jammy…

You will need:

  • 3 x strawberries
  • 2 x Jammie Dodgers
  • 1 x scoop of strawberry ice cream
  • Strawberry sauce
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • Squirty cream
  1. Mix up the strawberries, one Jammie Dodger, and strawberry ice cream.
  2. Drizzle strawberry sauce around the inside of the glass, then pour in milkshake.
  3. Top with squirty cream, Hundreds & Thousands, and add a Jammie Dodger for decoration.

This milkshake is not for the fainthearted, so if the taste of strawberry is just far too much for your pallette, use vanilla ice cream instead of strawberry ice cream. If you can find mini Jammie Dodgers in the supermarket, then pop them on top to decorate.

4. The ‘Chocolate & Marshmallows’ party milkshake

Taking inspiration from the ultimate hot chocolate, comes a party milkshake using roughly the same ingredients, right down to the crushed flake atop the squirty cream swirls. Another brilliant drink, made from your NutriBullet.

Chocolate Flake & Marshmallows party milkshake, made in a NutriBullet
Get in my face!

You will need:

  • 1 x scoop vanilla ice cream
  • 1 x scoop chocolate ice cream
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 x mini Flake + 1 crushed mini Flake
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Hundreds & Thousands
  • Chocolate sauce
  1. Add both ice cream scoops, milk and one mini Flake to your NutriBullet. Whizz.
  2. Decorate the inside of the glass with chocolate sauce.
  3. Pour in your milkshake, add squirty cream and top with crushed flake, Hundreds & Thousands and mini marshmallows.

The higher you pile the squirty cream, the prettier it will be! A top tip for you – crush the flake in the packet first, it’s less messy and far easier to sprinkle.

5. Get stuck into this NutriBullet creation – ‘The Breakfast Club’ party milkshake

There’s nothing quite like slurping leftover milk when you’ve finished your breakfast cereal. Using Lucky Charms and Kellogg’s Multigrain shapes, you can enjoy the taste of that cereal milky goodness, any time of day.

A NutriBullet made The breakfast club party milkshake
Don’t you, forget about me…

You will need:

  • 2 x scoop vanilla ice cream
  • 1 cup milk
  • 3 squares of white chocolate (I used Milkybar)
  • Small handful of Lucky Charms
  • Small handful of Kellogg’s Multigrain Shapes
  • Squirty cream
  1. Whizz up cereals (leaving some for decorating), white chocolate, milk and vanilla ice cream.
  2. Top with squirty cream and Lucky Charms.

Who says you can’t have a breakfast milkshake? It’s yummy! Take care to hold back some of those pretty Lucky Charms to decorate the top of your milkshake with – the more colourful they are, the better.

6. The ‘Biscoff Bonanza’ party milkshake

I’m a huge fan of Biscoff, including the spread, so there was no way I wouldn’t use their biscuits in a party milkshake. This is a very easy drink to make, but don’t let that worry you – it tastes phenomenal.

Biscoff Party Milkshake, made in a NutriBullet
Your beauty astounds me…

You will need:

  • 1 x scoop vanilla ice cream
  • 1/2 cup of milk
  • 5 x Biscoff biscuits
  • Squirty cream
  1. Mix together 2 Biscoff biscuits, vanilla ice cream and milk with your NutriBullet.
  2. Crumble 1 Biscoff biscuit.
  3. Pour milkshake into glass, top with squirty cream and the crumbled biscuit. Add two more Biscoff biscuits for decoration and serve.

Add another biscuit into your NutriBullet for a stronger taste. Isn’t it just the prettiest party milkshake? I hope you love this Biscoff beauty as much as I did…

7. The ‘Salted Caramel, pretzel & peanut butter’ party milkshake

Now it’s really time to party folks. We couldn’t leave the kitchen without creating a salted caramel peanut butter delight now could we? That just wouldn’t be cricket. I used Yeo Valley Salted Caramel ice cream, which was incredible – if you haven’t tried it before, you need to!

Salted Caramel, Pretzel & Peanut Butter Party Milkshake made with the NutriBullet
Tasty stuff!

You will need:

  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 x scoop of Yeo Valley Salted Caramel Ice Cream
  • 2 x White Chocolate Peanut Butter Reese’s Cups
  • 5 x salty pretzels
  • 5 x chocolate covered pretzels
  • 2 x mini donuts
  1. Use your NutriBullet to mix up milk, Yeo Valley Salted Caramel Ice Cream, White Chocolate Peanut Butter Reese’s Cups, 3 salty pretzels and 3 chocolate covered pretzels.
  2. Pour mixture into a glass and top with squirty cream.
  3. Add pretzels and mini donuts to the straws for decoration.

The addition of White Chocolate Reese’s cups was a delight, but the normal chocolate-covered cups will definitely suffice if you can’t locate any. Don’t forget to decorate your glass with more pretzels – enjoy!

Which NutriBullet party milkshake is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below…

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  1. 7 Beryl Masterson Reply

    That’s half term sorted, thank you. It gets far more difficult to “entertain” kids as they get older, especially teenage boys but my 16 yr old son has a great affection for both milkshake and biscuits so this idea is a winner.

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