Cocktails have been summer favorites since the 1800's. Although in modern times they are usually made with high-tech mixers and restaurant-grade pans, the most amazing versions are those that have been hand-made. It's about other entertainment methods and personal preference is a big factor, but if you're a chocolate fan, then this self-made recipe is just perfect for you.
The first step is to collect all the components. In order to make the world's largest chocolate, you will need a chocolate ice cream. Leave it on the counter while assembling the other ingredients to allow time to thaw. You will need the milk of course and two cups of your favorite chocolates. You will need some peppermint sugar and a powdered hot chocolate.
Small mixers and hand mixers are the best solution when manual mixing is not possible. By now the ice cream should be lightly thawed and mixed easily. Add the milk and candy to the chocolate ice cream until you are satisfied with the density of the mixture. Mix two for a few minutes.
It's time to add the other ingredients. A bunch of hot chocolate blends and a couple of peppermint candies make the toast an extra flavor. Make sure that all ingredients are added to the mixer so that the hard candy is below. They are easier to mix when they are on the blades. If you use more than two, you can crush them before mixing them.
After all the ingredients are filled in the mixer, it's time to be relieved. Mix the mixture until there are no knots in the mixture. You can use a spoon or a fork to make sure all the peppermint candies are broken.
Now all you have to do is enjoy your drink. Pour into a tall glass and enjoy it with a spoon or straw. The mood even pulls on whipped cream when the mood hits. The milkshakes go great with almost everything and complement the meals. They are also great for dinners, because for the sake of entertainment, guests can mix theirs.
While there are hundreds of different ways of tremor, this recipe covers everything. The added chocolate and peppermint flavors are delicious and unique in flavor. Try mixing it by hand to think that the milkshakes tasted it in the 1800s.