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Hot Milkshake

Thick, Creamy, Warm
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There must be some way to make a drink that is thick and delicious like a milkshake but also hot. When it's a cold day and you want something more decadent than a hot chocolate that you can slurp through a straw, the hot milkshake would be totally awesome.

Honestly I have no idea what ingredients would need to be used but I imagine something along the lines of chocolate, milk, and a lot of cornstarch.

kindle, Jun 19 2006

Fruit soup http://www.recipeso...ups/10/rec1084.html
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Easy Hot Choco-Mallow Milk Shake http://www.kraftfoo...allowMilkShake.html
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       whipped hot nesquik?   

       baked, but clearly not baked.
ironlung, Jun 19 2006
  

       Place one in a microwave and see what happens?
skinflaps, Jun 19 2006
  

       //make a drink that is thick and delicious//   

       A hot toddy. Whisky, honey, dash of lemon juice and hot water.
Jinbish, Jun 19 2006
  

       welcome [kindle] if you are new. It's a worthy suggestion, but hardly constitutes an actual idea.... A straw that heats and foams the milk as you use it would be such a device, or does this already exist?
xenzag, Jun 19 2006
  

       //A straw that heats and foams the milk as you use it //   

       That's a superb idea! Especially if it encorporates some kind of blue LED system and humming sound to accentuate the *power* of milkshake.
Jinbish, Jun 19 2006
  

       soup?
po, Jun 19 2006
  

       Yes, soup! Thick vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry soup in a tall glass with a straw!!   

       And xenzag I think my problem with foamed milk is it doesn't have the thickness that I'm going for. Hence the necessity of cornstarch or some other thickening agent.
kindle, Jun 19 2006
  

       surely double cream and flavouring would do it?
miasere, Jun 19 2006
  

       how thick do you want it? Try adding a little rennin!
ironlung, Jun 19 2006
  

       You could add mashed potato...
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 19 2006
  

       Actually this would just be a thinnish custard served warm with a straw.   

       Sounds kind of nice. (Well not today, today is hot and sticky.)
Galbinus_Caeli, Jun 19 2006
  

       It sounds pretty good, especially since it's only 95 degrees right now outside, but not later when it's about 108 degrees or later this summer when it's around 116 degrees.
BJS, Jun 19 2006
  

       Where I come from, this is a euphemism for a, uh... "drink" that is thick, but not delicious.
nihilo, Jun 19 2006
  

       [nihilo] ew.   

       [Kindle] Don't they call this a cappuccino?
MoreCowbell, Jun 19 2006
  

       //Where I come from, this is a euphemism for a, uh... "drink" that is thick, but not delicious.//
Motor oil?
methinksnot, Jun 19 2006
  

       Not quite.
I'll give you a hint: the straw is made of meat.
nihilo, Jun 19 2006
  

       Try making hot cocoa, then add ice cream and whipped cream. Shake or blend. (the ice cream won't cool it down completely) hey, this is a recipe.
xandram, Jun 20 2006
  

       Nihilo: Elephant saliva?
Alx_xlA, Mar 20 2010
  
      
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