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Let’s toast St. Patrick’s Day with a green smoothie Peppermint Milkshake that will properly fuel your body, taste delicious, and…. is completely eco-friendly! This wonderful peppermint milkshake smoothie recipe will give your body a reason to rejoice. I’m talking about all of your favorite shamrock shake flavors, mixed to perfection with body-fueling nutrients.
The ice cream and whipped cream in a peppermint milkshake are usually dairy-based. If it’s created using chocolate, it’ll also have dairy in it. My version is dairy-free because I find that my stomach feels better when I don’t eat dairy. And, let’s face it, if I can enjoy a sumptuous pleasure while still feeling fantastic, I’m all in.
Peppermint Milkshake: How To Make Them
- This is a four-ingredient dish that is really easy to make.
- Simply fill your blender jug halfway with non-dairy milk (we used coconut milk), then add peppermint extract and a few drops of green food coloring.
- After that, mix in some vegan vanilla ice cream until smooth.
- Pour into two tall glasses and serve immediately or garnish with vegan whipped cream and green sanding sugar for a special touch!
- In this shake, you can use any non-dairy milk you choose. We’ve made it with coconut milk and soy milk, but any milk will do; oat milk and cashew milk are two excellent alternatives.
- We used 1/4 tsp of green food coloring in our yogurt recipe to achieve the gorgeous green color.
- You can buy store-bought vegan ice cream or make your own vegan ice cream at home.
- The use of whipped cream is absolutely optional. If you don’t want to use it, you can get the same effect with any vegan whipped cream.
Try Our Peppermint Milkshake Smoothie:
Peppermint Milkshake (Vegan Shamrock Shake)
- 1-2 cups Coconut Milk or other non-dairy milk
- ⅔ tsp peppermint extract
- ¼ tsp green food coloring
- 3-4 cups vanilla ice cream vegan
For Topping (Optional):
- whipped cream vegan
- sugar green sanding
- Add the coconut milk to the blender jug along with the peppermint extract and green food coloring.
- Add in the ice cream and blend until smooth.
- Pour out into two tall glasses and either serve right away or top with vegan whipped cream and green sanding sugar.
- Serve immediately.
We used full-fat canned coconut milk in this recipe, but we also tries it with soy milk, which worked well. Any non-dairy milk should suffice in this recipe. Oat milk and cashew milk are two possibilities that come to mind.
- Simply put 1/4 cup white granulated sugar in a jar with a cover to manufacture your own green sanding sugar. Shake the jar with a drop or two of green food coloring until all of the sugar is green.
If you love this smoothie. Leave a comment below!