White Russian Winter Milkshake

What’s better than a white Russian cocktail? A white Russian cocktail with ice cream, whipped cream, chocolate, and a cherry on top! Fortunately, I have found just such a recipe, and I’m happy to share it with you. So plug in your blender, and let’s get our boozy milkshake on!

Enjoy a White Russian Winter Milkshake made with Kahlúa and coffee ice cream.

Recipe Author: DrinkedIn
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The Ingredients

Kahlua and vodka are staples in my bar cabinet, and I usually have some milk around. And ice, of course! That made shopping for this milkshake recipe pretty simple: I just needed coffee ice cream. Good thing that happens to be one of my and my husband’s favorite flavors. I’m sure he will agree that he suffers now that I blog about food LOL!

White Russian Winter Milkshake Recipe Ingredients
Kahlua, coffee ice cream, milk, vodka and ice

The Process

Yes, there is a little more work to blending a milkshake than just shaking up a cocktail, but I promise you it’s worth it! I had my frothy, creamy milkshake/cocktail mixed up and garnished in 3 minutes and 30 seconds.

I did change one thing from the picture of the ingredients for this, and that’s using crushed ice instead of cubes. Thank my husband for that idea, because I think the crushed ice blended more thoroughly than the cubes would have. (Definitely something to note when I make my next smoothie.)

Garnishing this lovely drink was even easier. I used canned whipped cream, drizzled it with chocolate syrup, and dropped a cherry onto the creamy goodness. As you can see, things got a little messy, but I purposely did that for my photos. No worries about this happening to you unless you purposely overfill your glass.

White Russian Winter Milkshake

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Adding coffee ice cream to a white Russian cocktail and topping it with whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and a cherry is just plain brilliant! Yes, it's sweet, but you can still taste the alcohol (I consider that a plus). I had most of the ingredients on hand and had my boozy milkshake blended and garnished in under 4 minutes. The consistency was a little thinner than I would have liked, but I think that could easily be corrected with a little more ice and/or ice cream.
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White Russian Winter MilkshakeAdding coffee ice cream to a white Russian cocktail and topping it with whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and a cherry is just plain brilliant! Yes, it's sweet, but you can still taste the alcohol (I consider that a plus). I had most of the ingredients on hand and had my boozy milkshake blended and garnished in under 4 minutes. The consistency was a little thinner than I would have liked, but I think that could easily be corrected with a little more ice and/or ice cream.