Spiked with vodka, this milkshake will have you dreaming of a warm plate of pancakes, but this time with a sweet, adult twist.
This boozy blueberry pancake milkshake tastes exactly like a blueberry pancake. Now have breakfast for dessert and have a little fun, too!
The last milkshake I had was when I made my matcha milkshake (you MUST try it!) during my first year of blogging.
I always feel like I should be wearing a poodle skirt sipping on my milkshake with my beau at the diner. I think the reason for this image is because I spent a lot of time drinking milkshakes in American-style diners in London with my flatmates. Late at night we would be roaming Central London and decide we needed to find Ed’s diner for milkshakes. I would always get the banana and peanut butter with a boozy twist.
I wanted to make something that was fruity, but really played on that nostalgia I have roaming around with my friends looking for a diner. And my one flatmate and I would sometimes wake up hungover in the morning and make each other blueberry pancakes with extra crispy bacon and runny fried eggs. So a boozy blueberry pancake milkshake just seems perfect.Print
- Author: Amanda Powell
- Total Time: 9 minutes
- Yield: 2 shakes 1x
- 1/3 cup blueberries (I used frozen wild blueberries)
- 1½ tablespoons sugar
Blueberry Pancake Milkshake
- 1 pint vanilla ice cream
- 1/3 cup (plus 2 tablespoons blueberry vodka)
- ½ cup milk
- 2 teaspoons butter extract
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup
- Make the blueberry syrup. Place the blueberries and sugar into a small skillet and heat on medium high until the juices start to come out of the blueberries. Mash the blueberries and continue to cook until the juices appears thickened. Strain through a fine mesh strainer. Set aside to cool to room temperature, or chill in the refrigerator.
- In a blender, add the ingredients for the milkshake and blend for about 30 – 45 seconds, or until well combined.
- Drizzle the blueberry syrup on the sides of your cups and allow to drizzle down. Pour the milkshake into your cups. Optionally top with crumbled pancake or muffin.
- Prep Time: 4 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Category: Cocktail, Dessert
Amanda is a self-taught baker and photographer. Her passion for food began when she started college in London and was able to experience authentic food from across Europe. She loves being in the kitchen with her daughter and developing her skills in the kitchen.
Wow this sounds amazing! I will definitely have to give it a go. Great post x