Kick back and relax with one of these indulgent Boozy Oreo Milkshakes! They’re sweet, chocolatey, and adult-friendly with chocolate liqueur. This is a boozy take on a childhood favorite recipe that I’m SO obsessed with!
Oreo Milkshake Recipe (Boozy or Non-alcoholic!)
These boozy milkshakes only call for 4 simple ingredients – yes, only 4! And if you make them non-alcoholic, they only need 3. These are an inexpensive way to indulge, entertain, and maybe even catch a buzz. Be careful, these milkshakes are slightly strong and can creep up on you quickly!
These Oreo milkshakes are fun to serve at parties, since not many people expect to be handed a boozy milkshake. But more often than not, I find myself making them at home for movie nights with the family!
While the grown ups can have boozy milkshakes, the little ones can have non-alcoholic ones and be just as pleased. It’s a win-win for everyone!
Satisfy your inner child and your adult tastes at the same time with these boozy Oreo milkshakes. Really, is there anything more satisfying than enjoying a chocolate milkshake topped with an Oreo that’s also blended with Godiva chocolate liqueur?
It’s a decadent drink that you’re bound to drink as quick as you can… without getting a brain freeze, of course.
Why you’ll love this easy oreo milkshake recipe
- Boozy: I have two words for you – Boozy. Milkshake. It doesn’t get much better than this! If you’d like to, you can add another ounce of liqueur for an even boozier beverage.
- Creamy: These milkshakes are silky enough to be slurped through a straw with ease, and creamy enough from the ice cream to really hit the spot.
- Oh so easy: You just have to blend it, pour it, and enjoy it. It’s that simple! Of course, you can garnish your glasses too to go that extra mile.
How to make a quick and easy oreo milkshake at home
- Toss all of the ingredients in a blender.
- Blend everything together thoroughly a high speed.
- Garnish with whipped cream and Oreos.
- Serve immediately, and enjoy!
Can I make these milkshakes vegan?
You sure can! Lately, there are so many plant-based alternatives at the grocery store, it can be hard to choose the best vegan options to go with.
Luckily, Oreos are already vegan, so you don’t need a substitute there! However, you’ll need a vegan ice cream and milk. I recommend using products that are made with almond or oat milk to have a similarly creamy milkshake.
Also, the Godiva chocolate liqueur I use isn’t vegan, but there are other options out there.
Can I substitute the chocolate liqueur with something non-alcoholic?
When making non-alcoholic Oreo milkshakes, the cookies provide a great amount of chocolate flavor. If you want to emphasize that even more without the liqueur, you can add Chocolate Syrup instead.
You can use a store-bought syrup, but my homemade one is way better – promise!
Do I have to use vanilla ice cream?
Nope! While plain vanilla ice cream is my favorite to use in these milkshakes, there’s some wiggle room here to get creative.
Cookies and cream ice cream is a great way to really emphasize that Oreo flavor, while chocolate ice cream makes these milkshakes way more decadent and rich. You could even use coffee ice cream to add a deep mocha flavor!
Recipe Tips and Tricks
- If the milkshake is a little too thick for your liking, blend it with a bit more milk before pouring into a glass. Likewise, if it’s too thin, add more ice cream to thicken it up.
- As tasty as Oreos are, the generic version of them at the grocery store will work just as well once blended if you’re looking to save some change.
- These milkshakes don’t keep well in the fridge or freezer. Enjoy them immediately for the best results!
Whether you’re serving these at a party or curling up on the couch, you’re going to love these sweet, boozy Oreo milkshakes!
More ice cream recipes we love
- No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
- Chai Tea Latte Milkshake
- Red Velvet Ice Cream
- Mint Chocolate Ice Cream Pie
If you make this recipe be sure to leave us a comment or rating. Enjoy!
Oreo Milkshake Recipe (Boozy or Not!)
- 10 oreos crushed
- 1/2 cup whole milk
- 1 pint vanilla ice cream
- 2 ounces godiva chocolate liqueur optional, see note
- Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high speed until combined. Garnish with whipped cream and chopped oreo.
- Enjoy immediately!
- If not wanting to use liqueur, you can use chocolate syrup to taste to add more chocolately flavor.