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5 Easy And Chocolatey Milkshakes To Drink For National Chocolate Milkshake Day

Chocolate lovers, unite!

If you’re looking for the perfect reason to enjoy chocolate today, you’ll be glad to know that the world celebrates National Chocolate Milkshake Day today. 

But did you know that milkshake was originally made of eggs, whiskey, and cream? Yes, it was considered an alcoholic drink, served as a tonic or treat in bars. Here’s a quick throwback, the term “milkshake” was first introduced in 1885. By 1900, it was offered as a “wholesome” and replaced with chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry syrup until it became a popular drink—which has different flavors and versions now! 

Make this day more fun by preparing these chocolate milkshake recipes using different chocolate brands! (Read: LOOK: You Will Surely Crave These Sweet Treats From Singapore!)

Chocolate Milkshake: Kitkat milkshake

Photos from (KitKat) Neill Hall / EPA and HerZindagi

Have a break, have a Kitkat milkshake! Known for its crunchiness and addictive taste, Kitkat usually adds a more appetizing look and sweetness to many desserts, mostly ice cream and milkshakes. Make a simple but luscious chocolate milkshake using Kitkat bars mixed with vanilla ice cream! You can top it with whipped cream and sprinkles or candies, then enjoy the crunchy tidbits of Kitkat in every sip!

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Chocolate Milkshake: Nutella milkshake 

Photos from Nutella Facebook and Unicorns in the Kitchen

Who can resist the rich, creamy, and nutty texture of Nutella? Some even eat it straight from the container! Instead of chocolate ice cream, it is better to use vanilla ice cream for this recipe to blend it with Nutella unless you really want too much sweetness. Three tablespoons of Nutella will give you the right balance of sweetness. For flavor variations, you can add one banana to it or ¼ cup of cold coffee, as well as one tablespoon of peanut butter. If you find it too sweet, add more ice. (Read: Here’s Where You Can Grab a Rich, Chocolatey Devil’s Food Cake)

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Chocolate Milkshake: Hershey’s chocolate milkshake

Photos from Hersheyland and The Hershey Company

There are many Hershey’s chocolate products you can use to make a delectable milkshake for National Chocolate Milkshake Day! The best option would be Hershey’s syrup, which is often drizzled in other desserts. Even kids can easily follow this recipe as it only requires three ingredients: chocolate or vanilla ice cream, milk, and Hershey’s syrup. Just mix all the ingredients in a blender, then pour it into your favorite glass—the taller, the better!

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Chocolate Milkshake: Snickers milkshake

Photos from SNICKERS Facebook and Yummology

The sticky and chunky texture of Snickers would be perfect for milkshakes, especially if you prefer a thicker and smoother consistency! It also has a caramel flavor that gives a melt in your mouth goodness. Simply chop at least two bars of Snickers and mix everything into the blender! You can also add cocoa powder to make it tastier. Drizzle it with chocolate syrup or sprinkle it with chocolate chips! (Read: Still Can’t Get Over Trese? Here’s 8 Nuno-approved Choc Nut Recipes to Try)

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Chocolate Milkshake: Ferrero Rocher milkshake

Photos from Ferrero Rocher Facebook and Cookpad

Another crunchy chocolate that is very tempting to eat! Ferrero Rocher is commonly in demand during Valentine’s Day. Why not use it as the star ingredient for National Chocolate Milkshake Day? This chocolate ball has layers of roasted hazelnut in a thin wafer shell filled with chocolate and covered in milk chocolate. Definitely the best option for a mouthwatering milkshake! Mix it with lukewarm milk or vanilla ice cream for a sweeter milkshake experience.

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