Friday, March 15, 2013

Mint Chocolate Coffee Shake

Last week I made a Saint Paddy's Day Milkshake and it was shared on Facebook by Don Tomas Coffee with a comment that it would be good with coffee added.  When I saw this I thought mint, chocolate, coffee, oh yum.  I had to make this.  I had some Mint Chocolate Ice cream in  freezer and knew just what I had to make....

Mint Chocolate Coffee Shake

Makes 2 servings

3 cups mint chocolate chip ice cream
3/4 cup strong coffee ( I used Don Tomas Sundown Coffee*)
1/2 cup milk
2-3 drops of green food colouring (optional)
green coloured sugar for the rim (optional)
garnish with fresh mint and Andres Creme De Menthe Thins (optional)

Place ice cream, coffee and milk into blender and blend until smooth.  Dip rim of glass in coloured sugar and pour milkshake into glass.  Add green food colouring if you would like it to be slightly greener.  Garnish with fresh mint and Andres Creme De Menthe Thin.  Enjoy!

You can also use the recipe for St. Paddy's Milkshake if you don't have mint chocolate ice cream and add coffee for part of the milk.
* Don Tomas Sundown Coffee has have the caffeine but all the taste of regular coffee.


Ϡ₡✻   Marlys

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  1. Hi Marlys, that look refreshing and delicious. Bookmarked, thanks for sharing. I love this.

    Have a nice day.

  2. This looks yummy! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday.

  3. Now this is what I need EVERY morning! Looks very very good! Thanks for sharing and I hope I can make one real soon!

  4. So Great! Love it ! Thanks so much for posting it!


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