4 delicious salted caramel milkshake recipes
Salted caramel has become the new dessert trend for 2013. Everywhere you go, you can see salted caramel favored desserts from cupcakes to ice creams. I thought it will be fine to do an article that rounds up some of the best milkshake recipe with salted caramel as the main ingredient. Using these recipes, you will know how to make a salted caramel shake with ease.
A recommendation tip: If you lived in San Fransisco, you must try the salted caramel ice cream and cupcake from the famous ice cream store. It is absolutely heavenly.
Salted caramel pretzel milkshake recipe
I couldn’t find any salted caramel pretzel milkshake recipe online so I took this vanilla pretzel milkshake recipe and modify it.. All you need to do is to follow the original recipe but add in 1/2 teaspoon flaky sea salt and some caramel sauce for one serving.
You can see the original vanilla pretzel milkshake recipe here.
(Editor notes: Not convinced that a milkshake maker is better than a blender, read this article on the difference between blender and milkshake maker to find out more!)
Baileys sea salt caramel milkshake recipe
Here is another alcoholic milkshake recipe for those who like alcohol in their milkshakes. In this case, the recipe include bailey cream that creates a wonderful sweet and salty milkshake favor. The Baileys leave a strong after taste that leaves your tongue wanting for more.
Check out this delicious milkshake recipe here.
Crunchy salted caramel milkshake recipe
Want something that is more crunchy? Then check out this salted caramel milkshake recipe that includes some cookies crumb for you to sink your teeth into. The chewing of the biscuits adds a additional dimensional to the taste of salted caramel favor and is highly recommended.
This easy recipe can be learned here.
Sea salt and caramel milkshake recipe
Here is another interesting recipe that combines banana with sea salt. For the caramel taste, the creator includes some interesting choices such as caramel ice cream and some dark chocolate with caramel filling. The end result is a thicker milkshake that taste good and with a hint of an assortment of favors from chocolate to banana to caramel.
See this recipe here.