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Sip Back in Time: How to Make the Perfect Classic Bells Milkshake


At Bells Milk Bar we take pride in crafting the perfect classic milkshake. If you're looking for a delicious treat to cool you down on a hot day, look no further than our tried and true milkshake recipe. With just a few simple ingredients, you can whip up a milkshake that will satisfy your sweet tooth and transport you back to the good old days.


To start, you'll need one part Bells Syrup. Bells has been crafting delicious syrup flavors for over 100 years, and they're the perfect addition to any milkshake (check out the range here). Whether you're a chocolate lover or a fan of fruity flavors, Bells Syrups have got you covered.


Mix your syrup with some ice cream - any flavor will do - and roughly seven parts milk. For chocoholics, be sure to add some drinking chocolate for an extra indulgent treat. And if you're a fan of old-fashioned milkshakes, add a few teaspoons of malt for that authentic taste.


Once you've got your ingredients in the blender, it's time to whiz it up. But here's a pro tip: use milk that's been opened about two days earlier for optimal whizzing. This will give your milkshake the perfect consistency and make it easy to blend everything together.


But wait, there's more! Bells Syrups aren't just for milkshakes. Try drizzling them over ice cream, waffles, or pancakes for a quick and easy dessert. And if you're feeling adventurous, try using Bells Syrups in your coffee or as an ingredient in your cooking. The possibilities are endless!


Finally, top your milkshake with a sprinkle of nutmeg for that authentic Bells taste. And don't forget to leave some unmixed ice cream at the bottom of the glass for a sweet surprise at the end.


So there you have it - the perfect classic milkshake recipe, courtesy of Bells Milk Bar. With a few simple ingredients and a little bit of know-how, you can create a delicious treat that will transport you back in time. Give it a try and let us know what you think!



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