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Spring Inspired Vanilla Mint Milkshakes

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Ingredients

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1 pint vanilla ice cream
1/4 cup whole or fat free milk
1/2 tsp peppermint extract
1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
3 to 4 drops green food coloring

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Spring Inspired Vanilla Mint Milkshakes

Create an easy and fun green delight just in time for Spring.

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  • 5 min
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

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Can you feel it?

The weather is getting warmer. The days are getting longer. The flowers are starting to bloom. These are all sure signs of Spring coming forth, and what a delight that is. Winter will be coming to an end soon, and with it, we will be ushering in new foods and flavors. What better way to celebrate than with a sweet treat? One of my favorite things to whip up this time of year are Vanilla Mint Milkshakes.


This wonderful goodness is a favorite in my home fusing two popular flavors—vanilla and mint! It gives a sweet yet fresh taste with the creaminess that milkshakes are known for. It is also super easy to make as well.

The vanilla gives it the spark of a milkshake that screams Americana. The mint makes it refreshing and gives the milkshake some kick—an added bonus for sure.

You can create my Spring inspired Vanilla Mint Milkshakes with a few simple ingredients and a blender. If you don’t have a blender handy, a food processor will also do.

Use your favorite vanilla ice cream and watch it transform into a green treat. This a perfect dessert to serve to the kiddos, too. They will love the green coloring, which can also serve as a St. Patrick’s Day recipe to celebrate this festive day.

Add some more “flava” to our Vanilla Mint Milkshakes by using green straws, seasonal cups, and a little bit of green sprinkles.

Whip these up easily and watch as you will get high marks for our Vanilla Mint Milkshakes.

Get the complete recipe by scrolling below. You can substitute whole milk for fat free milk (it may not be as creamy, however). Ice milk may also be used in lieu of ice cream, if you prefer.

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Steps

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Add the ice cream, vanilla extract, peppermint extract, milk, and food coloring to the blender and blend until smooth.

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Pour shake into two glasses or cups and top with whipped cream and green sprinkles or sanding sugar.

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Serve and enjoy.

Danyelle Little

Danyelle Little is an award-winning blogger, author, speaker, influencer, and foodie. As the founder of TheCubicleChick.com, she has become the authority on working parent families and work life management. Danyelle co-wrote the book, Personal, Professional, and Positive: The 30-Day Challenge, and is currently working on two new titles. With over 95,000 followers across her social networks, she understands the power of social media. An avid traveler, Danyelle enjoys visiting new places and sharing her experiences on LifeWellEaten.com. The mom of two also enjoys classic movies, zip-lining, and spending time with family and friends.

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