Unicorn Milkshake – Milk shake day: recipes from establishments

Unicorn Milkshake - Milk shake day: recipes from establishments

Milk Shake Day. The history of the origin of milkshake began in Great Britain in 1865. A prototype of the drink was the popular drink of the 80’s – egg-noog. It was made on the basis of eggs and milk with the addition of syrup or alcohol. The invention of the shaker marked the beginning of the mass sale of cocktails in public eating areas.

Milk shakes now contain mostly milk and ice cream. They add fruit, jam, syrups, whipped cream, grated chocolate and much more.

Introducing 2 recipes for milkshakes:

The Rainbow Unicorn from the Chocolateau Cafe chain

Shake “Rainbow Unicorn”

Composition per 1 serving (270 ml):

  • Blackcurrant berry – 40 g
  • Blackcurrant syrup – 10 ml
  • Blackcurrant syrup – 10 ml
  • Ice-cream filling – 150 g

Milk – 120 ml

For decoration:

  • Blue Sky Toping – 10 ml
  • Whipped cream – 20 g
  • Beet powder – 0.5 g

Unicorn Milkshake - Milk shake day: recipes from establishments

Method of preparation:

1. Place blackcurrant, syrups and ice cream in the blender glass first.

2. Pour in the milk over it.

3. Mix in the blender on 3 programs (28-30 seconds).

4. Decorate the walls of the glass with a spiral of topping.

5. Pour the homogeneous mass into the glass.

6. Decorate with whipped cream and powder.

Signature caramel-zephyrk cocktail from the family confectionery chain “Anderson”


  • Milk – 150 g
  • Ice cream – 100 g
  • Monin “Caramel” syrup – 30 g
  • ½ of the original marshmallow “Paws”
  • Whipped cream – 40g
  • Marshallow – 20g
  • Bezet – 10g
  • Filling confectionery – 1g
  • Small welding rings 3 pcs.


1) Add milk, marshmallow paw, ice cream and caramel syrup to the blender bowl. Beat up within 20 seconds.

2) The cocktail is poured into a glass of Gibraltar, decorated with whipped cream, meringue, marshmallow and confectionery.

3) Slide the chilled rings onto the cocktail tube and serve the ready-made cake with it.

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