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Oreo Milkshake Recipe (3 Ingredients)

Get ready to whip up the easiest, most scrumptious Oreo milkshake you’ve ever tasted! 

All you need is a blender, some ice cream, milk, and Oreo cookies, and you’ll have quite the treat. It’s rich, creamy, and loaded with delicious cookies and cream texture.

2 Oreo Milkshakes with Whipped Cream and Straws
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Easy Oreo Milkshake

This recipe nails the perfect balance of Oreo goodness and creamy texture. 

So, say goodbye to those disappointing, bland shakes from restaurants.

The Oreo flavor truly shines, making every sip a delightful experience. 

It’s ideal for a quick cool-down on a warm day or a sweet ending to your movie night. 

This Oreo milkshake isn’t just a drink; it’s a celebration of simple pleasures. And you only need three main ingredients!

Trust me, this is one of the easiest milkshake recipes around. But it tastes like a million bucks!

A bowl of vanilla ice cream with Oreos and Chocolate Sauce

Ingredients for Oreo Milkshake

You won’t be surprised by the ingredients for this Oreo milkshake recipe.

And I bet you have most of them in your kitchen already! 

  • Oreo Cookies. Feel free to use a different brand. But if you want authentic flavor, get the real deal.
  • Vanilla Ice Cream. This is the creamy backbone of your milkshake. Any vanilla ice cream works, but make sure it’s decent. Cheap ice cream won’t give the same rich flavor.
  • Whole Milk. To get the milkshake to that perfect consistency. Whole milk is best for its rich texture, but any milk you have on hand will do the trick.

Optional Extras:

  • Vanilla Extract. A little dash enhances the flavor, giving it a deeper, more rounded vanilla taste.
  • Toppings. Here’s where you can get fancy. Whipped cream adds a fluffy cloud on top, and chocolate syrup brings a bonus chocolate kick. And why not throw in extra Oreos for garnish?

(For the full list with measurements, scroll to the bottom of the page.)

How to Make an Oreo Milkshake

Kickstart your Oreo milkshake adventure with these easy steps.

1. Crush the Oreos. Just pop them in a plastic bag and bash gently with a rolling pin. That’s the cookies with the filling!

2. Blend ingredients. Add the milk first, followed by the ice cream, then the cookie crumbs. Blender until smooth. 

3. Top and garnish. Pour the shakes into glasses, add a big dollop of whipped cream, and drizzle with chocolate syrup. Pop an extra Oreo on top for that final touch.

4. Serve and enjoy. Grab a straw and a spoon, and sip your homemade Oreo milkshake.

Top down view of an Oreo Milkshake

Tips for Success

Making the perfect Oreo milkshake is easy with these handy tips.

  • Choose quality ingredients. High-quality vanilla ice cream makes a world of difference. It’s the foundation of your shake, so go for the good stuff.
  • Listen to your blender to avoid burnout. You start with milk so the blades can move. But if the motor struggles, you’ll need to add more milk to help it along.
  • Add extra Oreos. For a chunkier texture, crush additional cookies and stir them in just before serving.
  • No blender? No problem. Soften the ice cream, then mash or whisk it with milk. Stir in syrup and crushed cookies, and you’re all set.
  • Adjust the thickness to your liking. Add more milk for a thinner shake or more ice cream for a thicker one. Just ensure there’s enough milk to blend smoothly.

Recipe Variations

Spice up your Oreo milkshake game with these creative twists!

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Each variation adds a unique flavor, making your shake even more irresistible.

Peanut Butter: A spoonful of peanut butter transforms your shake into a creamy, nutty delight.

Strawberry Oreo Shake: Substitute vanilla ice cream with strawberry for a fruity twist on the classic Oreo shake.

Chocolate Overload: Swap vanilla ice cream for chocolate to double down on the chocolaty goodness.

Golden Caramel Swirl: Use Golden Oreos and caramel syrup instead of chocolate for a blondie-style shake.

Boozy Adult Shake: For a grown-up twist, add a splash of whipped cream vodka.

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Oreo Mug Cake
Easy Oreo Fluff

Oreo Milkshake

Course: DessertCuisine: American


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Get ready to whip up the most scrumptious Oreo milkshake you’ve ever tasted! It’s rich, creamy, and loaded with delicious cookies and cream texture.


  • 8 Oreo cookies

  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream

  • 1 cup whole milk

  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • Whipped cream and chocolate syrup, for topping

  • extra Oreo cookies for garnish, optional


  • Place the Oreo cookies into a thick freezer bag. Gently pound with a rolling pin until crushed.
  • Add the milk to a blender, followed by the ice cream and Oreo crumbs.
  • Pulse a few times, then blend until smooth. Add the vanilla, if using.
  • Adjust the shake with more milk, if needed.
  • Pour the milkshake into two glasses.
  • Top with a generous dollop of whipped cream. Drizzle chocolate syrup over the whipped cream and add a whole Oreo for garnish.
  • Serve immediately with a straw and a spoon. Enjoy!


  • Start with half the amount of milk. Add more until the desired consistency is reached.
  • Add more cookies for even more flavor.
Oreo Milkshake Recipe

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Haley van der Ploeg
Haley van der Ploeg is a food writer and content creator for Insanely Good Recipes, where she authors blog posts, creates recipes, and crafts tantalizing photos.

Haley is passionate about food and its ability to gather people across cultures, languages, and generations. She believes everyone can learn to cook.

Most days, you can find Haley reading, baking elaborate cakes, and hosting get-togethers for friends and family. If Haley isn't home, she’s probably on a plane jetting off to exciting adventures and new cuisines.

She lives with her husband in the Netherlands and has taught him that vegetables *can* taste good.

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