Rich and creamy Lotus Biscoff Milkshake recipe! It is quick, easy, and requires only 4 ingredients- Biscoff cookies, Biscoff cookie butter spread, ice cream, and milk. It is the perfect blend of vanilla, cinnamon, caramel, and milk flavors.
Craving more Biscoff, try my Biscoff Blondies (they use Biscoff cookie butter and cookies)!
What Is A Lotus Biscoff Milkshake?
Lotus is the name brand of cookie butter and cookies we use in this recipe called Biscoff. The cookie butter Biscoff spread is the same consistency as nut butter and tastes of brown sugar and cinnamon spices. The Biscoff cookies are crunchy, crisp, and remind me of graham crackers except the flavor is amped up. You can find Lotus brand at most major grocery stores and online (not sponsored by lotus).
A Quick Video Tutorial:
Ingredients In A Biscoff Milkshake
- Lotus Biscoff Spread: I recommend using the creamy variety. If you use the crunchy variety it will mostly become creamy in the blender, but you may have chunks of biscoff cookie that get stuck in your straw.
- Lotus Biscoff Cookies:
- Vanilla Ice Cream: I like to use vanilla bean ice cream but any vanilla ice cream, frozen yogurt, or gelato works.
- Milk: I use full fat but any type of milk will work, almond milk, 2%, oatmilk, etc. Just remember, the higher the fat content in the milk, the creamier the milkshake will be.
- Whipped Cream: Feel free to make your own from scratch or use Reddi Whip, or even Cool Whip.
How To Make A Biscoff Milkshake
This is a short synopsis of the steps, the recipe card will have more details and information.
- Decorate the rim of your milkshake glass by rolling the rim in Biscoff spread and then crushed Biscoff cookies.
- Add the ice cream, milk, and Biscoff spread to your blender.
- Blend until everything is smooth and fully incorporated.
- Pour into your decorated milkshake glass.
- Garnish with whipped cream and a Biscoff cookie.
How To Make A Milkshake Without A Blender
No blender? No problem! Just scoop your vanilla ice cream into a large jar and allow it to soften (you could also microwave it for 10-20 seconds). Add your milk and Biscoff spread to the jar, shake until combined and smooth. Pour it into your fancy rimmed milkshake glass and garnish.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
Yes. You can use cookie butter spread, a lot of people like the one from Trader Joe’s. As for the cookies, you can use speculoos cookies, graham crackers, or ginger snaps. They will not taste exactly like Lotus Biscoff but it will be close.
This is easy! Just add more ice cream to your milkshake, I do 1 scoop at a time. If for some reason your milkshake becomes too thick, add a little more milk, 1 tablespoon at a time.
For this milkshake, I recommend vanilla frozen yogurt or frozen vanilla greek yogurt. You can also make a banana nice cream. All of the options have the same great consistency needed for this milkshake.
I do not recommend doing this, it is best served as soon as it is blended. You can prep the ingredients ahead of time though! I like to rim my glass, have my ice cream scooped, and everything else portioned out.
More Frozen Drinks and Milkshake Recipes You Might Like:
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- Pina Colada Mocktail
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- Blender or Food Processor
- 1 ½ cups vanilla ice cream
- ⅓ cup milk
- ¼ cup Lotus Biscoff spread; or cookie butter, plus more for rimming glass
- 4 Lotus Biscoff cookies
- whipped cream; for garnish
- Spread Biscoff cookie butter spread on the rim of your milkshake glass and roll in 3 finely crushed Biscoff cookies. Place in the freezer while you make the milkshake.
- To a blender add the vanilla ice cream, milk, and Biscoff cookie butter spread.
- Blend until fully incorporated and smooth.
- Pour into milkshake glass and garnish with whipped cream and a Biscoff cookie.
Troubleshooting Your Milkshake:
- Is it thick? Add more milk, 1 tablespoon at a time.
- Is it thin? Add more vanilla ice cream, 1 scoop at a time.
- Too much Biscoff flavor? Add more vanilla ice cream or milk.
- Not enough Biscoff flavor? Add more Biscoff cookie butter spread, 1 tablespoon at a time.
How To Make A Milkshake Without A Blender or Food Processor:
- Scoop your vanilla ice cream into a large jar and allow it to soften (you can also microwave it for 10-20 seconds). Add the milk and Biscoff cookie butter spread to your jar, shake until well combined.
Metric conversions are calculated automatically. I cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information.
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5 thoughts on “Biscoff Milkshake”
Biscoff is life. This milkshake was over the top awesome! Creamy, dreamy and it hit the spot! [Sure I “made it for the kids”, but, let’s be honest, I made them for me!]
Not only did this look amazing, the shake itself tasted incredible. My friends were super impressed.
This is the ultimate milkshake! So much delicious cookie flavor. Biscoffs are so delicious!
Made this biscoff milkshake with the kids and it was so fun! We added some sprinkles on top to add a little color. So refreshing, delicious, and satisfying! Another addition to our go-to summer recipes!
I’m embarrassed to admit that I didn’t know what Biscoff was until my kids started going on and on (and on) about it!
I bought a jar and became obsessed!!! I love it on toast for breakfast once the kids are at school.
I made this milkshake over the weekend and everyone loved it!! I feel it might become a weekend staple for us!We topped it with whipped cream and some chocolate sprinkles 🙂