Sunday, June 30, 2013

"Baked" Malted Vanilla Milk Shake



"WOW!!!" My husband said this was the best shake he has ever had..we all loved them and surprise he did the grocery shopping the next day. Surprise number 2, he brought home a new huge carton of Whoppers!
I did use vanilla bean paste and not vanilla bean..only change. Did anyone else make changes..read the other links to see.

Malted Vanilla Milk Shakes
From: Baked Elements
 
1⁄4 cup malted milk balls (such as Whoppers or Maltesers)
3⁄4 cup very cold whole milk
1 vanilla bean
2 1⁄4 to 2 3⁄4 cups premium vanilla ice cream, to taste
2 tablespoons malted milk powder

Freeze 2 large (12-ounce or larger) or 6 small (4-ounce) glasses for at least 30 minutes. Crush the malted milk balls with a mortar and pestle until they are a chunky powder.
Pour the milk into a blender. Cut the vanilla bean in half lengthwise and, using the tip of a knife or a small spoon, scrape the seeds into the milk. Discard the vanilla bean pod or reserve it for another use. Cover and blend for about 15 seconds. Add 2 1⁄4 cups of the ice cream and the malted milk powder and blend until thick and creamy. A good milk shake should be eaten with a spoon—so if the milk shake seems too thin, add another 1⁄4 cup to 1⁄2 cup ice cream and blend again. Divide the shake between the chilled glasses, garnish with the crushed malted milk balls, and serve immediately.

4 comments:

Have Apron....Will Bake said...

It was a good shake. And husband approved means it's really good!! :)

Maddie said...

I loved the shake as well! I made a few changes (vanilla extract instead of vanilla beans, 1% milk instead of whole milk) but my shakes turned out great!

Glimmermama said...

I didn vanilla bean paste too!

erinstar41 said...

I used vanilla bean paste too, and added freshly whipped cream to the tops. Nice job!