Food in the News: Happy Chocolate Milkshake Day!
There is nothing like a throwback, and a chocolate milkshake is a big part of American food culture. What 1950′s movie doesn’t have a couple sipping milkshakes together at a sweet shoppe counter, staring lovingly into the eyes of their high school girlfriend or boyfriend? There are a lot of ways to make a milkshake, whether it’s the old-fashioned way or a more modernized process! Keep reading for recipes, tips and chocolate milkshake history!
The first documented milkshake appeared in a newspaper in the late 1800′s. That’s a long time to be famous! The blenders of the 1920′s and 1930′s popularized the sweet shake even more. Countless fast food chains like Johnny Rocket’s, Wendy’s and Dairy Queen (who introduced the milkshake in 1949) have given us their spin on a milkshake.
Sometimes that morning cup of coffee doesn’t do the job. It’s not quite as tasty as this Chocolate Buzz Milkshake, after all! Get your caffeine fix and satisfy your AM sweet tooth so that you don’t sit down with a carton of ice cream right before bedtime!
This easy chocolate milkshake takes barely any time at all to make and will please everyone, from adults who desire a touch of whimsy to kids who just love the sweet and smooth flavor and texture of a delicious cool chocolate treat!
Lastly, if you want an extra-decadent shake, try this Perfect Peanut Butter Chocolate Shake.
What memories do you have of the milkshake? Did you grow up drinking them? Do you prefer them thick or smooth? Let us know in the COMMENTS!