But First, Coffee (Milkshakes): How to Make the Best Homemade Coffee Milkshakes

The best coffee milkshake with a secret ingredient that sends it over the edge!

The Best Coffee Milkshake Recipe Made with Homemade Coffee Ice Cream

Did you know that July 26th is National Coffee Milkshake Day?! Honestly though, no matter what day it is, I’m ready: coffee milkshake, here I come!

I happen to have some leftover homemade coffee ice cream in the freezer already, so this milkshake recipe felt like a no brainer.

Click through if you want the simple recipe for the best homemade coffee milkshake I’ve ever had. For real. It’s that good. There’s one secret ingredient that I’m convinced helps it to stand out from the rest. Curious to know what it is?

Best Coffee Milkshake Recipe

The best coffee milkshake recipe made with homemade coffee ice cream and topped with whipped cream and biscotti.

Ingredients You’ll Need

(makes 1 serving)

  • 4 large scoops of coffee ice cream (homemade or store bought)
  • 1/3 cup of milk
  • 1 milk (or dark) chocolate bar*

*It doesn’t matter if its milk chocolate or dark chocolate. Just grab your absolute favorite one. I like milk chocolate, so I used that. But sooo many people prefer dark chocolate and that works great too. The chocolate brings out the yum in the coffee imo and takes it to a whole new level.

How to Make the Best Coffee Milkshake

Add coffee ice cream and milk into a blender.

Then, using a vegetable peeler, grater, or a knife shave the long side of a chocolate bar into the blender.

I used about 1/4 of a cup of chocolate shavings for mine, but you can use as much or as little as you’d like. I promise, this will take your coffee milkshake from good to great.

Blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute (depending on your blender). Pour into gladdest and enjoy.

Aerial view of best coffee milkshakes, topped with whipped cream, biscotti, and chocolate covered coffee beans.

Topping Ideas for The Best Coffee Milkshake

You can add lots of fun topping to this coffee milkshake if you want to kick it up a notch. I wouldn’t say it’s necessary, but I also love toppings. So, I figured I’d include a few ideas just in case.

Whipped cream (I like the homemade version from my dessert pizza recipe best), a little biscotti, chocolate covered coffee beans, and/or extra chocolate shavings are all fair game in my book.

A homemade cookie would go really well with this coffee milkshake too…maybe the easy peanut butter cookies from my pbj s’more cookie sandwich recipe?

And if you really want to go crazy with the coffee flavor, you could even more a little espresso shot on top. Again, totally not necessary, but this could be a nice jolt is you need a mid-day (or even mid-morning) pick me up.

Two coffee milkshakes with whipped cream, biscotti, coffee beans, and a straw

 

Best Coffee Milkshake Recipe

Did you know that July 26th is National Coffee Milkshake Day?! But I'm here to celebrate this milkshake any day of the year! I happen to have some leftover homemade coffee ice cream in the freezer already, so it was a no brainer, really. And there's one secret ingredient that I'm convinced helps it to stand out from the rest. Curious to know what it is? Read on!
Total Time5 mins
Keyword: coffee dessert, coffee milkshake, dessert, milkshake
Servings: 1 coffee milkshake

Equipment

  • blender

Ingredients

  • 4 large scoops of coffee ice cream homemade or store bought
  • 1/3 cup of milk
  • 1 milk chocolate or dark chocolate bar

Instructions

  • Add coffee ice cream and milk into a blender.
  • Then, using a vegetable peeler, shave the long side of a chocolate bar into the blender. I used about 1/4 of a cup of chocolate shavings for mine, but you can use as much or as little as you'd like. I promise, this will take your coffee milkshake from good to great.
  • Blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute (depending on your blender). That's it!
  • Pour into a glass. Garnish with whipped cream, biscotti, chocolate covered coffee beans - whatever you have on hand - and you're good to go. Cheers!
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Recipe, styling and photography by Brittni Mehlhoff

Think you’ll give this recipe a try? If you’re a milkshake fan, be sure to check out this rocky road milkshake too.

21 comments | Click here to reply

These milkshakes look incredible! I need them in my life ASAP!

Paige
http://thehappyflammily.com

Paige

Thanks Paige. Yes, everyone needs milkshakes in their lives. 🙂

Brittni

I love, love coffee and will definitely be giving this recipe a try! I really like the idea of adding a few chocolate covered coffee beans for garnish. Thanks for sharing, Brittni!

-Helen
http://www.sweethelengrace.com

Helen

So glad, Helen. Let me know how it goes.

Brittni

Thank you so much for this simple recipe 🙂
It looks absolutely delicious <3

xo, elizabeth t.

Elizabeth T.

🙂 My pleasure Elizabeth. Glad you like it.

Brittni

HEY!

It looks so good!!!
and I like to have the biscuits now for my coffee (an error not to have no biscotti in the house)

Best, Patricia

Patricia

Thanks Patricia.

Brittni

Hi Brittni, it’s the recipe for the homemade coffee milkshake chocolate. Really can’t wait to try it! Thanks for sharing this!

Dawn

This looks so good! Can’t wait to try it out this weekend. Thanks for sharing this awesome yet simple recipe

– Vicky
https://vickysscrapbook.wordpress.com/

Vicky

Ah! This milkshake looks absolutely delicious! I am not even a coffee lover, but I am dying to try this!

Monique | WritingMonique

These look amazing! I’m definitely going to make these delicious looking and sounding milkshakes 🙂
Simone
http://www.adventuresofvintagebarbie.com

Simone

[…] it being the middle of summer, I love any treat that helps me cool off. These coffee milkshakes from Paper N Stitch will do just that. They look delicious! Hmmm….breakfast […]

This Weekend - Glisten & Grace

love this! Looks delicious!

Jared

Step it up one more notch by using himemade coffee brandy ice cream

Carol

Rhode Islanders must be taking over. It used to be that you couldn’t find a coffee milk shake let alone coffee syrup for milk outside of Rhode Island. I can remember going a mile over the Connecticut state line and being told that coffee milk wasn’t carried. Coffee ice cream was also a local thing.

I have to try this recipe with a splash of Kaluha.

Jennie

I love chocolate covered coffee beans, and iced coffee also. Not necessarily together, but this milkshake sounds like a little piece of heaven in a glass. Can’t wait to try it!!! Thanks for sharing.

Marcia

COFFEE MILKSHAKES… i’m in!
Aleeha xXx
http://www.halesaaw.com

Aleeha

YES PLEASE

xo, Kait.
http://www.teacupsandthings.com

Kait

This looks wonderful! I think I’m going to try it with some various types of chocolate bars, such as dark chocolate with chilies or mango dark chocolate or others. They should all be good with coffee. Thank you for the recipe.

Lynn Clark

I made this and it was a hit with my gf. Imagine that someone actually tried it before posting a comment.

Terry Huff
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