Green Tea Coconut Milkshake

Green tea and coconut ice cream blended with milk to create a deliciously creamy beverage. With just three ingredients, this green tea coconut milkshake is simple to make and absolutely addictive.

Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

Every once in awhile, when I’m out with family or friends, I seriously crave a milkshake. I know how unhealthy these fast food milkshakes are. You can practically taste it: the creaminess, the sweetness, that richness that you can only find in ice cream. It tastes so good, but you know it’s completely bad for you. I tell myself that I don’t get to have one that often, so it’s okay to splurge a little. But several sips in and I’m already tired of it because of how rich and sweet the beverage is.

Today, I decided to share with you my Green Tea Coconut Milkshake. It’s not necessarily a healthy milkshake, but it’s definitely less sweet and much more customizable to your preferences.

Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

If the milkshake is too sweet, you can always add more milk. If you prefer more green tea flavor, add more of the green tea powder. In case you’re wondering, I use the Maeda-En brand, but you can use whatever brand you like. It seems expensive for such a tiny little container, but it goes a long way. All the recipes I’ve made with green tea on my blog are from the same tin.

I love this milkshake because it’s the perfect amount of sweetness for me. Each sip is filled with the aromatic flavor of green tea and coconut. Such a great combo. =)

I’ll have to share this with my friends at Fiesta Friday! Come join us!

Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

I used my Coconut Ice Cream recipe to make this milkshake, but if you didn’t make it beforehand, you can use whatever ice cream you like. I recommend coconut or vanilla since it’ll work better with green tea.

Add coconut ice cream, green tea powder, and a little bit of milk. Blend the three ingredients until it becomes smooth, well mixed, and thick.

Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

Pour the milkshake into a glass and serve it cold.


Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

Green Tea Coconut Milkshake | Cooking with a Wallflower

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