Salted Caramel Chocolate Milkshake – A Superfood Hit in a Glass
Before ever I made vegan salted caramel sauce, I made this salted caramel chocolate milkshake. It’s delicious and completely satisfies any sweet cravings I have. Yet it’s made with raw ingredients, is refined sugar-free and is loaded with various superfoods. It puts a real spring in my step along with a self-satisfied milky smirk.
How to Make a Salted Caramel Chocolate Milkshake
I used my homemade hemp milk for this drink, but any milk of your choice would work, even cow, goat or sheep’s milk, if you’re not vegan or dairy intolerant. It’s a simple process of bunging everything into a blender and blitzing. If you’ve got a good blender, you’ll get a super smooth drink. I use my Froothie Optimum 9200A power blender which does just that. If you can’t find mesquite powder, maca powder works in this salted caramel chocolate milkshake almost as well. Using raw cacao powder gives the benefit of additional nutrients, but if you’re not fussed, cocoa powder would be fine.
Salted Caramel Chocolate Milkshake – The Recipe
A delicious sugar-free drink which feels indulgent and satisfies sweet cravings, but is really quite good for you.
- 250 ml plant milk of choice - I used hemp milk
- 3 medjool dates - pitted
- 1 tsp mesquite powder
- 2 tsp raw cacao powder
- pinch of sea salt (I used grey sea salt)
- 100 % chocolate - grated (optional)
Put everything, except the chocolate, into a power blender and blitz for 30-40 seconds - I used a Froothie Optimum power blender.
- Pour into a tall glass and top with a grating of chocolate if desired.
Ice can be added to the blender ingredients for an even longer and cooler drink.
Other recipes for vegan milk drinks you might like
- Coconut, banana & matcha-ccino via Fuss Free Flavours
- Date tahini smoothie via Rough Measures
- Middle Eastern inspired almond milks via Nadia’s Healthy Kitchen
For other cocoa inspiration, head over to my chocolate drinks board on Pinterest. You’ll find plenty of ideas there.
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