This Mocha Mint Milkshake recipe is a delicious combination of ice cream, coffee, mint, and chocolate! Serve it in a vintage green Ball mason jar!
The humidity here in Minnesota the last few days has been oppressive! If you are outside, your skin is wet, period…and so is everything else. I’m trying to enjoy the weather though because I know that winter will be here before we know it.
Whenever we get this kind of weather, it reminds me of beach vacations in North Carolina. When I did a weather comparison yesterday, it looked like it was hotter and more humid here….without the ocean to cool off in.
So instead, we go to the lake, hang out in the air-conditioned house and eat ice cream, of course! For my final recipe of ice cream week, I am sharing a recipe for Mocha Mint Milkshakes.
Put mint chocolate chip ice cream, cold coffee, chocolate syrup, and milk into the blender and mix until well blended.
Prep your milkshake cups by adding chocolate swirls. I took my bottle of chocolate syrup and drizzled it into my vintage style green Ball mason jars in a swirling motion.
Pour the mocha mint milkshake into the mason jars and top them with whipped cream and chopped Andes mints. My husband’s favorite flavored coffee drink is a grasshopper or mint condition, so this is the frozen version of those coffee drinks and it was delicious!