This thick and creamy strawberry and vanilla milkshakes are a big hit anytime, but I am super excited to debut this new ombre dessert at my daughter's graduation party! These shakes, along with a Build Your Own Ice Cream Sundae Bar will be a big hit with the kids.
These gluten free milkshakes are perfect for a hot summer day!
Thank you, Tillamook for sponsoring this post. Grab your friends and family and enjoy some ice cream together!
We are busy prepping for my daughter's graduation party. This has been bittersweet for me. I feel like time has flown by so fast. Our first child is graduating and spreading her wings. (Our kids are close together in age and it feels weird to say our son will head to college the following year...we will have a totally empty nest in just one more year!)
Wait until you try these layered milkshakes that we will be serving!! I used Tillamook Oregon Strawberry and Old-Fashioned Vanilla layered to make ombre milkshakes. Many of Tillamook's ice cream flavors are gluten free.
We are celebrating with both our family and my daughter's friends after graduation. We are serving lots of Tillamook Ice Cream to everyone! I have tried lots of ice cream brands and Tillamook is by far our family's favorite. It is so creamy...it is everything we love in ice cream.
Tillamook makes its ice cream with the highest quality ingredients. This means high-quality milk from cows that are NOT treated with artificial growth hormones, extra cream for rich, smooth creaminess and NO high fructose corn syrup. Tillamook is real ice cream, and it comes in so many delicious flavors!!
- Caramel Sauce
- Chopped Pineapple
- Strawberry Sauce
- Chocolate Chips
For the party, we are serving up Old-Fashioned Vanilla, Oregon Strawberry, and Mudslide that we picked up from our local Raley's. Tillamook makes so many flavors to choose from!
These 2-ingredient milkshakes are sooo easy to make!! Who knew two ingredients blended together could taste so good? Grab your favorite flavor of Tillamook Ice Cream and milk.
Scoop your favorite flavor of Tillamook Ice Cream into a blender and add milk. You can control how thick your shake is by how much milk you add.
I am letting the kids make their own milkshakes too so they can customize with their favorite ice cream. Here are two shakes the kids created :-). This shake recipe is so easy to make. I would love to see how your shakes turn out. Tag me on Instagram with your pictures for me to share!
Congratulations to the Class of 2019!!
* If you are new to gluten free living, don't forget to check out my Beginner's Guide to Gluten Free Living for easy tips to navigate the grocery store, to cooking and baking, to restaurant dining.
More delicious frozen desserts to try:
Mouthwatering Ombre Milkshakes
- 1 ½ cups Tillamook Old-Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream
- 1 ½ cups Tillamook Oregon Strawberry Ice Cream
- 1 cup milk
- ¼ cup hot fudge
- optional chocolate chips
- In a Vitamix or blender, add one flavor of ice cream with ½ cup of milk.
- Repeat with the next flavor.
- Take a glass and drizzle hot fudge along the sides.
- Pour the vanilla layer of milkshake into the glass.
- Top with the strawberry milkshake layer.
- Drizzle more hot fudge or chocolate chips on top.
Nutritional information is an estimate provided to you as a courtesy. You should calculate the actual nutritional information with the products and brands you are using with your preferred nutritional calculator.
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