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Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Milkshake

vegan peanut butter milkshake

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I can’t think straight right now, so that might present a problem. All that’s going through my brain is:

peanut butter cookie dough. peanut butter cookie dough. peanut butter cookie dough.

vegan peanut butter shake

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I lost my train of thought again.

peanut butter cookie dough. peanut butter cookie dough. peanut butter cookie dough.

vegan pb shake

PB Cookie Dough Shake

(serves 1)

  • 1 frozen large banana, as ripe as possible
  • 1-3 tbsp peanut butter (or another nut butter or sun butter)
  • 2/3 cup milk of choice (For a rich, “ice cream”-like shake, try using full-fat canned coconut milk. Use more or less milk, depending on desired thickness.)
  • pb cookie dough of choice (or try this recipe: healthy PB Cookie Dough Cookies.)
  • Optional: vanilla extract, a pinch of sea salt, chocolate syrup or cocoa powder

Blend everything together until smooth. Over the top, crumble the cookie dough (or the linked recipe).

vegan peanut butter milkshake

The cute straws are from my visit to Fishs Eddy.

As is the milkshake glass. I really wish they’d open one of those stores in Texas. And even my wallet wouldn’t mind; the gorgeous glass was all of $3.50!

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Published on September 1, 2011

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  1. Demelza says

    That has to be one of the cutest photos I’ve seen on your blog, Katie. *love*

    Desserts that come to mind for fun shake flavors: angel food cake (my all-time favorite dessert, haha), Boston Cream Pie (…? Don’t know why, don’t think I’ve ever had that), German Chocolate Cake Shake (it rhymes!), Cotton Candy, Sugar Cookie, Strawberry Shortcake…whee…

  2. Lisa says

    This is totally off topic, but I’m wandering around the grocery store and need to know if coconut butter and coconut oil are the same 🙂

  3. Maria @ runningcupcake says

    Yum that looks good. I am not a fan of real milkshakes, I always think they are so rich and leave me thirsty, but this one looks good with the banana. I think banana and toffee (like banoffee pie) would be a good combo. Not sure how you would do the toffee flavour though?

  4. Katherine says

    Oh wow. I am actually drooling. That looks SO GOOD!

    Also, as somebody who’s made a red velvet cake shake before, I can tell you that it’s super easy and delicious! I basically combined a vegan red velvet cupcake, chocolate sorbet, and almond milk, and it was super delicious. But I’m sure you can think of an easier way to make one without having to bake cupcakes every time I want a milkshake. 😀

  5. Stephanie says

    Hmm – boston cream pie milkshake? Pumpkin pie milkshake? Pecan pie milkshake? Pop rocks milkshake? Orange creamsicle milkshake? Pina colada? I heard about a diner that makes milkshakes and actually puts in a piece of real pie into the blender with the ice cream and milk! So tempting to try this at home … OK – now I feel the need to go lay out in the sunshine with some 80’s tunes and a tall FROSTY drink! Unfortunately, the best I can do right now is a 3 mile run by the river for now, dreaming of milkshakes! Have to admit – I’m loving all the things almond milk can do! thanks for my happy thought of the day!

  6. Amber K says

    Caramel apple is exactly what I was going to say! Because I love them and I think that sounds absolutely incredible to turn them into a milkshake. I add unsweetened coconut milk to all of my smoothies now because they make for nice thick shakes without using any silly gums 🙂 And for only 10 extra calories per cup than unsweetened almond milk, it’s fine by me!

  7. Lindsay @ biking before bed says

    When I read ur post about fishs eddy I immediately decided I needed to make a “detour” next time I am in pennsylvania visiting family. Let’s work on bringing one to Tx!

    What about a snickers inspired milkshake? Peanuts…caramel… Chocolate…yum!

    And I agree with cait… The straws are too cute.

  8. beccah says

    chocolate,esp…chocolate mint would be an amazing milkshake flavor,or chocolate brownie,etc.I always find that the hardest part of eating healthy is findig desserts that taste great and not some watered down version :/ im thinking cashews {or other raw nut] would make a thicker base thats more true to a milkshake.

  9. Emily @ Glitz Glam Granola says

    This looks amazing! My dad is a big peanut butter lover so I’ll have to make this for him! And you take such gorgeous photographs!! These look great! I would love to see both a red velvet flavor and tiramisu… I mean, why choose?! 😉

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