Brownie Mocha Milkshakes

Mocha Brownie Milkshake

So, I’m kind of in love with this milkshake. Brownies, ice cream, chocolate syrup and a little Kahlua coffee.


My Saturday night is to blame for these. With a sudden late night craving for chocolate, I went to the pantry … fingers crossed … that I had a brownie mix (aka my guilty pleasure quick fix) in there. And yay … I did. Because if I didn’t, I don’t think I would have gone to the extra few minutes of effort to bake them from scratch.

Then I proceeded to eat more than my share of warm brownies to make me feel better.

And by late Sunday afternoon, I figured I’d finish the rest off with a little ice cream.


One of my all time favorite sweets to enjoy is warm brownies with vanilla ice cream. I’m easy like that. But today I’m going all cold and creamy.

Mocha Brownie Milkshakes

Throw everything in a blender until combined. Bam. Done.

Brownie Milkshakes

I think I’d be just fine with a spoon. Yep. Yes I would.

But let’s dress them up a little bit with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.

Mocha Brownie Milkshakes

So pretty. And now they look as good as they taste! What’s your favorite make at home milkshake flavors.

Brownie Mocha Milkshakes
Yield: Two tall or three small milkshakes

Brownie Mocha Milkshakes

Prep Time 20 minutes
Additional Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 20 minutes



  • 1 pint vanilla ice cream
  • 2 brownies (about 2-inch square), cut into small pieces
  • 1/4 cup whole milk
  • 3 tablespoons cold coffee (I used Kahlua flavored) YUM!
  • 1-2 tablespoons chocolate syrup


  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla


  1. Place ice cream, brownie pieces, milk, coffee and chocolate syrup in a blender.
  2. Blend until smooth with tiny brownie pieces visible.
  3. Drizzle chocolate syrup on inside of glass. Pour in milkshake and serve with whipped cream, crumbled brownie and chocolate sprinkles.
  4. To make whipped cream, combine heavy cream, sugar and vanilla in a metal mixing bowl. Beat on high using the whisk attachment until soft to medium peaks form. (Chill bowl and whisk in freezer for several minutes before you get started.)

Mocha Brownie Milkshake


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49 comments on “Brownie Mocha Milkshakes”

  1. Great reading, abosolutely valuable in many way, cant wat to read more of these soon!

  2. This recipe is really very helpful to make a perfect milkshake sitting at home.

  3. This is the most delicious shake I have ever tried! Thank you for the post!

  4. Mmmmmmmmmmmm Yammyyyyy :)

  5. Hello,
    Yes,it is as delicious as it seems to be! I love the combination of brownies, ice cream, chocolate syrup and coffee.And,to be honest,I am not afraid of putting on some weight! It is worth it. :)
    Thank you for the amazing recipe!

  6. I will surely be up for dessert if these will be the ones to be serve. Yummy! Milkshake, brownies, ice cream, chocolate syrup and Kahlua coffee are amazing flavors! Very sweet. Really amazing!

  7. Quite an interesting read, what about anything new soon?

  8. I LOVE Kahlua! This looks delicious!

  9. Quite an interesting read, what about anything new soon?

  10. I LOVE Kahlua! This looks delicious!

  11. This blog is very Creative!

  12. Very interesting!

  13. What a cool idea, I love a good milkshake! You could do this with so many things :)

    Check out my baking blog as well, For the Love of Baking.


  14. This looks absolutely tremendous! Couldn’t drink too many of these given the number of calories they contain but my body wants it!

  15. Deve ser ótimo, delicioso. O aspeto é excelente.

    Há passatempo a decorrer no meu blog para Portugal e Espanha, é fácil participar. Convido a ver:

  16. Wow! Mouth Watering….. I’m going to make this for my Mom.

    Thanks for the Recipe!

  17. Which brownie box mix did you use?

  18. With past few days, this would be a perfect drink! Sadly I dont have a blender at the moment :( Looking forward to more posts from you :)

  19. This is really nice topic, which is very useful for me.

  20. I really need to make milkshakes more often!!

  21. This is my kind of milkshake- so awesome!

  22. Well, I think I just solved my daily question of “What’s for dinner?”! ;-)

  23. Chocolate cravings have a tendency to lead to great things!

    So tastyyy <3
    I must do it !

  25. Wow, this looks yummy! Perfect way to cool down in this killer heat! :D

  26. Oh wow…this looks immense!!!

  27. I love to use chocolate ice cream and some of my husband’s leftover cold coffee to make a mocha java milkshake… and I must have the fresh whipped cream on top!! Your’s looks amazing too!!

  28. WOW, that looks SO good! i am making this sometime!

  29. Can you say yum!! Two of the best things combined to make one delicious dessert, perfect!

  30. Oh. My. Goodness. Stop it. I could eat this every day!

  31. I made mocha ice cream in my ice cream maker which only has cream, milk, sugar, vanilla, cocoa, and instant decaf coffee. Super easy and so good. I was trying to make a cheaper version of an ice blended mocha. I think it was pretty close.

  32. mmmmmm…… So good!

  33. Oh boy what a great idea!

  34. looks AMAZING!!! would love to have it right now :D

  35. Oh boy, that looks amazing! Two of my favourite things into one

    Jenna ||

  36. Oh my goodness, these look like pure bliss. This could get dangerous….. you should post a warning sign or something :)

  37. Milkshake perfection! xo

  38. These milkshakes + Salty Popcorn = perfect night!!

  39. This flavour is so yummy! Gotta love a good milkshake!

  40. Yummmmm and I think real kahula would have been good also

  41. Yum… I think I’d add a touch of creme de menthe……my favorite with chocolate.

  42. Ummm that looks delicious!!!

  43. They look so indulgent, but really good! Maybe I’ll have to whip these up for someone’s birthday party :)

  44. Oh my… you’ve just combined all my favorites into one treat!!

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