Smooth and creamy, this Mini Egg Milkshake is an indulgent Easter treat that hits all the spots. Combining ice cream, Cadbury Mini Eggs, milk and chocolate sauce, you can whizz up a glass in a few minutes and get stuck in. It's so good, you'll be making them all year round. It's also the perfect way to use up any leftover Easter chocolate.
Easter isn't far away and as always Easter chocolate has been on the shop shelves since Boxing Day.
It might seem to some that that's far, far too early. But my Mini Egg addicted sweet tooth can't get enough of it. From Mini Egg cookies, to Mini Egg brownie tart, to Easter egg cheesecake and more, if I can get Mini Eggs into an Easter recipe you bet I will.
So with all of those recipes firmly in the bag, the next place for me to go was to whip those delicious shell-coated chocolate eggs into a smooth and creamy milkshake.
I mean, can you think of anything better?
Here’s the low-down... vanilla ice cream blitzed with milk and a good helping of Mini Eggs, topped with whipped cream, more Mini Eggs and served in a chocolate-dipped sundae glass, decorated with more Mini Eggs.
It looks divine and it tastes divine!
And the best thing is, you don't have to wait for it it set or bake, just whisk it up and get stuck in!
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Taste: Easter treats in a glass
Pros: Super quick and easy to make
Cons: Super quick and easy to drink
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This milkshake is my new favourite Easter treat, and the best bit is you only need five minutes and a few simple ingredients. Here’s everything you’ll need...
- Cadbury Mini Eggs - Mini Eggs are my favourite, but there are some many different types you could use Milky Bar eggs, Terrys Chocolate Orange eggs and Smarties eggs all work well
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Whole/ Full-Fat Milk - You can also use semi-skimmed milk if you prefer
- Double Cream or Squirty Cream
- Chocolate Sauce
- Cadbury Dairy Milk - You can also use any other milk chocolate but I like to use Dairy Milk to go with the Mini Eggs
CONVERT TO CUPS: There is a cup conversion option in the recipe card to convert the ingredients. This is automatic and I can't guarantee the accuracy. For best baking results, I recommend using digital scales and weighing the ingredients.
You really don't need much to make these milkshakes, which means less washing up, yay! This is what I used to make the shakes...
- Stick Blender or Jug Blender - You can also use a Nutribullet style blender
- Sundae Glasses or Milkshake Glasses
- Paper Straws or Reusable Straws
How to make Mini Egg milkshake
Full measurements and instructions can be found on the recipe card
With just 5 super simple steps, this Mini Egg milkshake is so easy to make! Here’s everything you have to do...
- Decorate - Roll the sides of the sundae glasses in melted chocolate, then roll in crushed Mini Eggs. Pop in the fridge to chill
- Blend - Blitz together the ice cream, milk and more Mini Eggs with a stick blender until smooth
- Drizzle - Decorate the inside of your decorated sundae glasses with drizzles of chocolate sauce
- Assemble - Pour the blended milkshake into the chilled sundae glasses, pipe on whipped cream and top with more crushed and whole Mini Eggs
- Serve - And enjoy!
TOP TIP: Some blenders may struggle with whole Mini Eggs so pop them in a freezer-bag and crush them with a rolling pin before blitzing with ice cream and milk.
FAQs about Mini Egg milkshake
Once made, the milkshake it's best to drink it straight away.
If you wait too long to drink the milkshake, the crushed Mini Eggs will settle in the bottom of the glass and that thick shake texture that the ice cream gives will become watery as it melts.
No, you don't. I love Mini Eggs but there are so many different types available now you can use which ever are ones are you favourites.
Some of my favourite swaps are Milky Bar eggs, Terrys Chocolate Orange eggs and Smarties eggs. Kit Kat eggs and Malteser Bunnies are great too - swap the vanilla ice cream for chocolate ice cream for these.
Sure! I find vanilla ice cream works best as it lets the flavour of the Mini Eggs come through, but if you're a chocolate lover swap out the vanilla for chocolate ice cream instead.
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Mini Egg Milkshake
- To decorate the glasses: Place the Mini Eggs into a freezer-proof bag and crush them with a rolling pin until they are small chunks. Pour the crushed Mini Eggs onto a plate.200 g Mini Eggs
- Break the chocolate into pieces and place in a small microwave-proof bowl and gently melt in a microwave in 30-second blasts. Alternatively, place the bowl over a pan of simmering water and gradually melt the chocolate, stirring until smooth.50 g Cadburys Dairy Milk
- Using a silicone pastry brush, paint the melted chocolate around the rim of the sundae glasses, then roll in the crushed Mini Eggs, ensuring you get a good coverage.
- Pop the decorated glasses in the fridge to chill while you make the milkshake.
- To make the milkshake: Place the remaining crushed Mini Eggs into the blender. or blender cup. Save a tablespoon of the Mini Eggs for later.
- Add the vanilla ice-cream and milk into the blender, then blitz on high for 2-3 minutes until the milkshake is thick and frothy.150 g Vanilla Ice Cream, 100 ml Whole Milk
- To assemble the milkshake: Remove the chilled sundae glasses from the fridge. Drizzle the chocolate sauce around the inside rim of the glasses, so that it drizzles down the sides.2 tablespoon Chocolate Sauce
- Pour in the blitzed milkshake leaving about 2cm room at the top for the whipped cream.
- Add the double cream into a mixing bowl and whisk until it forms thick peaks. Be careful not to over-whip as the cream will become grainy. Use a piping bag and nozzle to pipe a swirl on top of the milkshake. Alternatively you can use squirty/ aerosol cream instead.100 ml Double Cream
- Top the cream with the remaining crushed Mini Eggs, add a couple of straws and get stuck in!
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