Bored? Peanut-Butter-Milkshake Eggnog Recipe Captures Attention
Every unique eggnog recipe has a story behind it. This one is no exception.
My wife grew up in rural Echo, Minnesota. A neighboring town, Cottonwood, had an ice cream stand that featured, of all things, peanut butter ice cream cones. My wife grew to love these cones and invariably wanted to stop and get a cone every time she passed by. (She considers peanut butter ice cream a treat to this day.) I always thought the peanut butter-ice cream combo a unique innovation. I tried it, but not being a tremendous fan of peanut butter, I didn’t necessarily share her enthusiasm.
Then it hit me one day to try a recipe for eggnog comprised of peanut butter, egg and ice cream.
Whoa! Glad I did! I’ve never looked back! Now I’m up for one of these 24/7.
This recipe could be called a peanut butter milkshake or even an eggnog float. Whatever you call it, it's one of those drinks that could well become a family favorite. It is in our family.
Peanut Butter Milkshake Eggnog
7 scoops vanilla ice cream
Combine all ingredients into blender. Blend until smooth, usually about one and a half or 2 minutes. Serve immediately.
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