字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Welcome to HOW TO COOK THAT I'm Ann Reardon and today we are making freakshakes Part 2 where we make these crazy over the top shakes. In part I I showed you how to make freakshakes from cafe Patissez in Australia. Well now Black Tap in NYC has taken that idea to a whole new level. People are queueing up for four hours to get one of these milk shakes! To make your own crazy cookie shake take some vanilla ganache - you make this by pouring hot cream over white chocolate. Stir it up then leave it overnight to cool. I'll put all the recipe quantities on the howtocookthat.net website for you and I'll link to that below. Spread a generous amount around the top of the glass. And then roll it in some crushed up chocolate chip cookies. I am using home made cookies but you can use store bought if you prefer. Stand your glass up and add extra chocolate chips into the gaps. For these shakes it really helps if you use tall beer glasses so it looks like the decoration around the top is piled on top of the shake. Put some cream and vanilla into a bowl and whip it together until you get stiff peaks. You don't want to overwhip the cream or you'll get butter so just keep turning it off and on and checking what it looks like. To make the vanilla shake, put some icecream, milk and vanilla into a blender and whip that together lightly. Take some milk chocolate ganache and add it around the inside of the glass. Then pour in the vanilla milkshake not quite to the top. Add a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream on top then squash another scoop between two of those yummy chocolate chip cookies, I'll put the recipe for these on the freakshake post as well. Pipe some cream on top of your shake and then add the ice cream sandwich, we're a little bit too full there, don't add quite so much milk. Then drizzle the top with melted chocolate and add a couple of straws. And see how having the tall glass looks like you've piled a lot on top. For our cotton candy shake spread a thick layer of vanilla ganache around the outside of the glass. Then add a mixture of pink, white and blue sixlets over the ganache. These are just chocolate filled candies. Drizzle some strawberry and blueberry ice cream topping down the inside of the glass and then fill that with vanilla milkshake. Add two scoops of vanilla ice cream to the top. And then top that with a lollipop, a big one of course, and blue and pink sugar sticks and cotton candy on top of that. How good does that look, every kid's dream to have a milkshake like this! For our red velvet shake cover the top of the glass with chocolate buttercream, again I'll put that recipe on the website. Then add a generous amount of Hershey's kisses all over the frosting, and this is one of my favourite looking ones. Take some red m&m's and add them in the gaps all the way around the glass. And then place some ice cream, ganache and milk into the blender and whip that together. Pour it into the glass. And then top that with ice cream ... a little whipped cream. Then add a couple of straws to one side and place a slice of red velvet cake on top. Absolute indulgence in a glass. For the salty and sweet peanut butter pretzel shake. Take a large pretzel and drizzle it with melted chocolate. Now let me know in the comments, if you were to make your own freakshake what would be in it? What flavours would it be, what would be on top of it? And then sprinkle that with mini m&m's and leave it to set. Spread the lower area with chocolate buttercream and then around the top with that salty peanut butter so we've got that salty sweet combination. Add some peanut butter cups and some colourful m&m's around the glass, you can prepare this ahead and store the glasses in the fridge. Fill it with vanilla milkshake nearly to the top. And then add your ice cream, pipe whipped cream over that. Add a pretzel stick, and a couple of straws Add your m&m coated pretzel Pipe a bit of extra cream on top poke in some peanut brittle And then finish it with a drizzle with melted chocolate Which one would you want to order, let me know in the comments below. Subscribe to How To Cook That for more cakes, chocolate and desserts. Click here for the recipe, here for my YouTube channel, here for more sweet snacks. Thanks to everyone who has already read and left a review for THE DEEP ENDERS the novel that you helped write! - you guys are awesome! Take a photo of you with the book and hashtag it #howtocookthat on Instagram so I can see it and like it. Put all your requests in the comments below, Make it a great week and I'll see you on Friday.