Chocolate milkshake, cocoapuffs

Chocolate Milkshake With Cocoa Puffs

Chocolate milkshake, cocoapuffs

I love chocolate milkshakes. I can’t say that enough. My love for chocolate milkshakes is also the reason I am very particular about them. There are lots of good chocolate milkshakes out there and I have enjoyed many. But there is always that something that I missed. A little bit of crunch, coffee flavor, brownies? This milkshake fulfills all of them. All of us have a version we like. Well, this is mine. I wanted something that can be made quick and that’s how this chocolate milkshake with cocoa puffs recipe came to be.

100% of the credit goes to my spouse for finding this recipe and making it for me. Every time I ordered a milkshake, I’d say to him “May be it could have a bit darker”, “How about some more crunch”. After hearing me say these things all the time, he wanted to make it for me and voila – he made it for me. Though I am the cook between the two of us, his effort to make me the best chocolate milkshake with cocoa puffs makes this even more special. I love it and I hope you will too.

The first time, we made this, we made this without the coffee powder. Though it tasted good, adding a teaspoon of coffee powder gives this milkshake a kick and that is only way I like it now. The taste also reminds me a little bit of the frappuccino drinks they sell at Starbucks. That might just be because I like the taste of coffee. With or without the coffee powder this milkshake won’t disappoint and it takes only 20 minutes to make.

If you enjoyed this recipe, also try my Easy oven roasted medley potatoes and Morning glory muffins.

Chocolate Milkshake With Cocoa Puffs

Total Time20 mins
Course: Dessert, Drinks
Servings: 2


  • 2/3 cup Cocoa puffs cereal
  • 1 cup 2% milk
  • 2 teaspoons Instant coffee powder
  • 4 scoops Chocolate fudge brownie ice cream
  • Chocolate syrup for coating the glasses


  • Take a bowl with 1 cup milk, add cocoa puffs cereal and instant coffee powder. Let it soak for 15 minutes in the refrigerator.
  • Drizzle the insides of two glasses with chocolate syrup to form swirls and place it in the freezer for 10 minutes.
  • Add the cereal milk mixture along with 4 scoops of ice cream into a bowl and and blend using a hand blender. Don't over blend. The milkshake should be a little chunky.
  • Pour the milkshake into the glasses lined with chocolate syrup and serve immediately.
  • You can also top it with whipped cream and cereal.

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