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Brownie Milkshake Recipe

Welcome to a delightful fusion of two all-time favorites: brownies and milkshakes! In this indulgent eggless brownie milkshake recipe, we blend the rich, chocolatey goodness of fudgy brownies with the creamy smoothness of a milkshake. This perfect treat is not only a feast for your taste buds but also a breeze to prepare. Whether you’re looking to cool off on a hot day or simply craving a decadent dessert, this brownie milkshake is sure to hit the spot. Let’s dive into a world of chocolatey bliss!

History of Milkshakes: Origins and Evolution

Milkshakes have a rich history that dates back over a century, evolving from simple concoctions into the creamy, indulgent treats we enjoy today.


  • Late 19th Century:
    • The term “milkshake” first appeared in print in 1885. However, the original milkshake was a far cry from the sweet beverage we know today. Early milkshakes were alcoholic drinks made with eggs, whiskey, and spices, often consumed as a tonic or health drink.
  • Early 20th Century:
    • By the early 1900s, milkshakes had transitioned into non-alcoholic beverages. The addition of milk and flavored syrups, such as chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry, became common. The milkshake as we recognize it began to take shape around this time, often made by hand using a metal shaker.

The Rise of the Modern Milkshake

  • 1920s:
    • The invention of the electric blender by Stephen Poplawski in 1922 revolutionized the milkshake. Blending milk, ice cream, and syrups became quick and easy, leading to the creamy, frothy texture that defines modern milkshakes. Soda fountains in drugstores became popular spots to enjoy these new, thick milkshakes.
  • 1930s to 1950s:
    • Milkshakes became a staple of American culture, especially in diners and malt shops. The addition of malt powder, which gave birth to the “malted” milkshake, became a popular variation. Milkshakes were often enjoyed as a part of social gatherings, dates, and family outings.

Global Popularity and Variations

  • Late 20th Century to Present:
    • Milkshakes continued to evolve, with countless variations and flavors emerging around the world. Today, milkshakes come in a wide range of flavors and styles, from classic chocolate and vanilla to exotic combinations featuring fruits, nuts, and even baked goods like brownies.

Milkshakes have come a long way from their medicinal roots to become beloved, indulgent treats enjoyed by people of all ages worldwide. Their ability to adapt and incorporate new flavors and ingredients ensures they remain a favorite dessert choice for generations to come.

The Most Expensive Milkshake in the World

As of the latest records, the most expensive milkshake in the world is the “LUXE Milkshake”, which was created by Serendipity 3, a renowned restaurant in New York City. This extravagant milkshake is priced at $100 and holds the Guinness World Record for the most expensive milkshake.

Ingredients and Features

The LUXE Milkshake is crafted with an array of luxurious ingredients, including:

  • Jersey milk from Channel Island cows, which is known for its high butterfat content, making the milkshake extra creamy.
  • Tahitian vanilla ice cream, offering a rich and exotic flavor.
  • 23-karat edible gold for a touch of opulence.
  • Belgian chocolate sourced from premium cocoa beans, adding a deep, intense chocolate flavor.
  • Whipped cream infused with Luxardo Gourmet Maraschino Cherries, known for their superior quality and taste.
  • Le Cremose Baldizzone gourmet sauce drizzled over the top, made from premium chocolate.
  • The milkshake is served in a custom-made glass adorned with over 3,000 Swarovski crystals, which adds to the luxurious presentation.


The LUXE Milkshake is not just a dessert; it’s an experience. It represents a blend of culinary artistry and luxury, making it a unique indulgence for those who seek the finer things in life. Serendipity 3, famous for its extravagant creations, offers this milkshake as part of its exclusive menu, attracting visitors from around the world who wish to taste the ultimate in milkshake luxury.


  • Use High-Quality Ingredients:
    • Opt for premium vanilla ice cream and high-quality chocolate syrup. The better the ingredients, the richer and more flavorful your milkshake will be.
  • Homemade Eggless Brownies:
    • If possible, use homemade eggless brownies. Freshly baked brownies have a superior taste and texture compared to store-bought ones. Here is my recipe for the best fudgy eggless brownies All you need to know about Brownies.
  • Adjust the Milk:
    • Start with less milk and add more as needed to achieve your desired consistency. For a thicker milkshake, use less milk; for a thinner one, add more.
  • Blend Properly:
    • Blend the milkshake just long enough to combine the ingredients. Over-blending can cause the ice cream to melt too much, resulting in a runny milkshake.
  • Chill the Glass:
    • Pre-chill your serving glass in the freezer for about 10 minutes before pouring in the milkshake. This helps keep the milkshake cold and thick for longer.
  • Add Ice for Texture:
    • Adding a cup of ice can help achieve a frosty texture, making the milkshake extra refreshing.
  • Drizzle the Inside of the Glass:
    • Before pouring the milkshake into the glass, drizzle chocolate syrup along the inside of the glass. This not only adds extra flavor but also enhances the presentation.
  • Top It Off:
    • Finish your milkshake with a generous dollop of whipped cream, a drizzle of chocolate syrup, and extra brownie crumbles for garnish.
  • Experiment with Flavors:
    • Add a splash of coffee or a pinch of sea salt to enhance the chocolate flavor. You can also mix in a tablespoon of peanut butter or Nutella for a unique twist.
  • Serve Immediately:
    • For the best experience, serve your milkshake immediately after blending while it’s still cold and thick.



  1. Chill your glasses in a freezer. Whip your whipping cream and keep aside. Dump the brownies, ice cream, milk, and ice in a milkshake jar. Give it a good buzz in the jar and once thick and well-mixed. Check for sweetness if you want the milkshake sweeter add the caster sugar. Work quickly by taking out the chilled glasses and then spooning the chocolate sauce along the sides and the rim of the glass. Pour your milkshake into the glasses take spoonfuls of the whipped cream and place them on top of the milkshake. Garnish with brownie bites and some chocolate sprinkles. Enjoy!

I have made this recipe using my eggless fudgy brownie recipe the recipe link is here

All you need to know about Brownies.

And just in case you want to indulge in some more brownies here are a few more of my recipes

Fudgy Parle G Brownies

Eggless Biscuit (cookie) Brownies

Gluten free Buckwheat Brownies

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Hi I am Narsis known as Nari by all my friends I am a food blogger, home baker, food photographer who loves all things sweet. Welcome to my Kitchen, where I whip up everything sweet and indulgent.