Raspberry White Chocolate Shake


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Declared good by someone who doesn’t even like raspberries that much. Declared good by someone who thought they were strawberries (and doesn’t like strawberries. It’s not a milkshake, but it is cold.

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It would be a milkshake, if I had ice cream. But it is made from milk. So…I guess it’s a technical milkshake. Ah well, who comes up with these names? A milkshake isn’t a milkshake unless it’s made with ice cream. *i give up face*

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^That’s my awesome oldest sister. Go check her out.


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White chocolate and raspberry isn’t just for cheesecake anymore.

Raspberry White Chocolate Shake


6 oz. Fresh or frozen raspberries
2/3 c. Water
4 T. White organic sugar
10 oz. (1 c.) White chocolate chips
4 c. Milk (I used 2%) separated
Ice. Lots of ice (at least 6 c.)

Whipped cream



Combine water, sugar, and raspberries in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until thick and mushy. Let cool. Strain mixture of seeds and reserve raspberry juice. Add to one cup of milk.

Meanwhile, combine 3 c. milk and white chocolate chips in a large pot or saucepan. Cook over medium heat until completely smooth and combined. Let cool.

In a blender, whiz together raspberry milk and at least 2 c. ice (until reaches your ideal milkshake consistency)

Whiz together white chocolate milk and at least 4 c. ice (until reaches your ideal shake consistency)

Layer raspberry milkshake with white chocolate shake. Top with whipped cream and sprinkles (optional)


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