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Cookies And Cream Coffee Milkshakes Recipe

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What’s your favorite type of milkshake? Is it the classic vanilla or the fudgy chocolate milkshake? For me, that’s the cookies and cream coffee milkshake. I love cookies, cream and coffee, so, this one checks all the right boxes for me. Cookies and cream is a classic flavor combination, but it’s much more than that. It’s also crunchy, and textured milkshakes are so satisfying!

Adding cookies to any drink is as easy as blitzing them with the rest of the ingredients. Although some of the cookie crumbs precipitate to the bottom of the glass, most of them remain suspended to reward your every sip with a grainy texture.

Cookies and cream are three words that can make even the toughest man or woman smile. It’s the creaminess and the crunch that make this flavor irresistible. Cookies and cream ice cream is one of the best-selling worldwide, and now we’ll use it to make one tasty milkshake.

Milkshakes are basically ice cream and milk, but they can be much more than that. In this case, we’re creating a creamy but crunchy milkshake inspired by the famous cookies and cream. How? With Oreos. We’ll add coffee, too!

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What Goes into a Cookies And Cream Coffee Milkshake? ​

Make two of these bad boys with two scoops of coffee ice cream and an extra tablespoon of instant coffee. That’s our coffee base. You’ll also need vanilla extract and around four Oreo cookies. You’ll also need some liquid, so have some milk around.

You don’t have to go with Oreos, though; any cookie will do, so use whatever you have in hand. Oreos, of course, add the chocolate and the cream elements to the mix, so they’re hard to beat. Have some whipped cream in hand as well!

To make this milkshake, you need ice cream. Cookies & cream ice cream is ideal, but vanilla ice cream will also work. Even coffee ice cream will work just fine.

You’ll also need whole milk or your favorite milk alternative (the creamier, the better). Chocolate syrup will help us sweeten the bad boy, and instant coffee will give it intensity.

Last but not least, let’s throw in a few Oreo cookies to the mix. And make sure you save a few as a garnish. I decorate my cookies and cream coffee milkshake with crushed and whole Oreos.

How to Make a Cookies And Cream Coffee Milkshake?

To make this recipe for two, blend everything except for a few Oreos we’ll use as a garnish and the whipped cream. The milk helps the blender run smoothly, and you might want to add it a little at a time — you might not need to use it all.

After everything is blitzed thoroughly, pour the cookies and cream coffee milkshakes into two glasses and garnish. Work fast to prevent the cookies from sinking to the bottom of the blender!

How to Serve a Cookies And Cream Coffee Milkshake?

This chewy milkshake is without a doubt a party-pleaser, so make a whole bunch of these for your next get-together. For a family-friendly version, substitute the coffee ice cream with chocolate ice cream and the instant coffee with an ounce of chocolate syrup. How cool is that?

Why Make Cookies and Cream Coffee Milkshakes?

If you’re craving a sweet and creamy milkshake and have some Oreos around, there’s nothing better to make than cookies and cream milkshakes.

Still, we’re taking this one to the next level by adding coffee. Why? Why not! This grown-up milkshake will make you feel like a kid, but it will give you a caffeine boost as well. That’s my type of milkshake right there. How about you?

Tips for the Perfect Cookies and Cream Coffee Milkshakes

  • Any chocolate cookie works fine in this recipe in case you don’t have Oreos in hand. If they have a creamy center, they are much better.
  • Keep in mind a great deal of blended Oreos will precipitate to the bottom of the glass. So, stir often. The same goes for the bottom of the blender. If too thin, you’ll have too much sediment in your milkshake. It’s no biggie, though, but something to consider for sure.
  • Experiment with different types of ice cream and make this recipe to your liking.

How to Make It

  • Prep Time10 min
  • Total Time10 min
  • Serving Size2
  • Energy609 cal


For the pastry:



Add the coffee ice cream, milk, instant coffee, sugar, vanilla extract and Oreo cookies into a blender and blend until smooth.


Pour into two serving glasses and garnish with the whipped cream.


Top with crushed and whole Oreo cookies

  • Nutrition Facts

  • Serving Size2
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories609
  • % Daily Value*Standard DV
  • Total Fat31.8 g78 g40.77%
  • Saturated Fat16.3 g20 g81.5%
  • Cholesterol87 mg300 mg29%
  • Sodium354 mg2300 mg15.39%
  • Total Carbohydrate68.9 g275 g25.05%
  • Dietary Fiber1.7 g28 g6.07%
  • Total Sugars55.4 g
  • Protein13 g50 g26%
  • Calcium385 mg1300 mg29.62%
  • Iron2 mg18 mg11.11%
  • Potassium591 mg4700 mg12.57%
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