Mixed with your favorite cookie samoa shake and topped with chocolate, caramel, and toasted coconut, this Samoa cookie Samoa shake is the stuff of dreams. This decadent and easy smoothie recipe takes just 5 minutes to whip up and it’s great.
An Easy + Irresistible Cookie Samoa Shake Recipe
Whether it’s my friend’s kid or a table of girls outside the local market, every year when someone asks me if I want a box of cookie Samoa shakes, I just can’t say no. Or three. Or five. It’s that time again!
Soda and cookie Samoa shakes are our weak spot – right out of the box, the whole box can be easily polished in minutes. This year I thought it might be fun to use some Samoa cookies in a different way. Enter…Girl Scout Cookie Milkshake! Girl Scout Cookies + Ice Cream + Milk + Lots of Toppings = What’s Better?!
Not only does this cookie Samoa shake consist of cookies mixed in ice cream, but I also took the main flavors—chocolate, caramel, and toasted coconut—and added them as toppings. The end result is a perfectly vanilla, caramel milkshake with a hint of coconut. Delicious!
This decadent, easy smoothie recipe uses only 6 ingredients.
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- Cookie Samoa shake – Be sure to stock up on your next Girl Scout Cookie Sale!
- Vanilla Ice Cream – Any vanilla ice cream you like will work.
- Milk – whole milk, 2% or skim milk. The higher the fat content, the thicker the shake.
- Caramel Sauce – Mix into shakes and rim. We use homemade caramel sauce.
- Toasted Coconut – Here are details on how to make your own Toasted Coconut.
- Nutella – We used homemade Nutella, but store-bought works too.
There are a few ways to transform this caramel milkshake. Here are some ideas:
- Try a variety of ice cream flavors. Get creative and don’t just use plain vanilla ice cream. Experiment with whatever flavors you think are good for Samoan cookies.
- Use other cookies. If you don’t have Samoas on hand, you can try this recipe for Girl Cookie Samoa shake Chocolate Milkshake with Thin Mints.
- Make your own whipped cream. While store-bought whipped cream is fine, the texture and flavor of homemade whipped cream make this smoothie even better.
How to Toast a Coconut
To make your own toasted coconut, spread them out on a skillet and cook over medium-high heat. Shake frequently to avoid browning. It should take only 5 minutes for the flakes to turn golden brown. Remove from heat to cool before adding ice cream.
How to make a cookie Samoa shake?
This Caramel Vanilla Milkshake with cookie Samoa shake is super easy to make. Simply puree, add your favorite toppings and enjoy.
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- Mixture. Mix together the cookie Samoa shake, ice cream, milk, and half of the caramel sauce until you get small cookie pieces.
- Add caramel rim. Serve caramel sauce and toasted coconut on a small plate. Dip the rim of the glass in the caramel, then in the toasted coconut.
- Add toppings.Pour the shake in a drink. Garnish with whipped cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, and toasted coconut.
How to Make a Thick Smoothie
While I think this vanilla milkshake has a perfect consistency—thin enough to drink through a straw, but not too milky—it’s easy to customize to your liking.
If you like your shake thicker, you can reduce the amount of milk to 1/4 cup instead of 1/2 cup. If you’ve made it and it’s too thin, you can make it thicker by adding more ice cream. Or, if you prefer it thinner, add a few tablespoons more milk until it reaches your desired consistency.
Enjoy your cookie Samoa shake right after making it. Pile it up with your favorite toppings—I used chocolate sauce, toasted coconut, and whipped cream, but feel free to add some extra caramel sauce, a cherry, or a cookie Samoa shake or two on top. Depending on the consistency of your shake, you may need a straw or spoon.
Line the hem of the glass in caramel sauce and dip it into the warmed coconut.
Add the milk and vanilla (as appropriate) to a blender. Drop in the delicious ice cream and spin. Spin some further until it’s delicate.
Mizzle a bit of the chocolate on the edge and inside the glass.
Pour in your milkshake. Top with scourge cream and mizzle with caramel and chocolate. Add a bit of heated coconut and serve incontinently.
With or without the famous cookies, this cookie Samoa shake is a crowd-pleaser! Ready in minutes and the perfect way to end Moana movie night (with or without the cookie Samoa shake).
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