Lemon white iced chocolate and milkshake recipe
Try a zesty citrus flavour in your white hot chocolate by following our 28% White chocolate+ fresh lemon zest recipe.
This also makes a great summer drink, served as an iced chocolate or milkshake, just follow the instructions below.
Ingredients + equipment (makes 1 medium drink):
Start by making a small hot chocolate. Add milk up to level 2 in your shaker (about 100ml), then add 5 teaspoons of 28% White chocolate flakes.
Put the shaker in the microwave (without the lid) for half a minute. Or, you can heat your milk on the hob and add it to the flakes in the shaker.
Put the lid on the shaker, making sure the top is pressed down, and then secure the lid fully. Shake for 10 seconds or until all the flakes melt.
Zest and add half a teaspoon of lemon, then top up with cold milk.
For iced chocolates - Add some ice cubes to your shaker, give your drink another quick shake, then pour and enjoy.
For milkshakes - Add 3 small scoops of ice cream, shake and then taste. You can add more ice cream depending on your taste preferences. Make sure to add small scoops or teaspoons of ice cream so that it melts properly.
Give your drink another quick shake, then pour and enjoy your lemon white chocolate milkshake.
Ingredients + equipment (makes 1 medium cup):
- 28% White hot chocolate flakes
- 200ml of dairy or plant-based milk
- A lemon
- A zester
- Your favourite mug
Instructions - to make on the hob or microwave:
Heat 200ml (about one large mug) of milk in a saucepan on the hob, or in a large mug in the microwave. Make sure it doesn’t boil as this will affect the taste.
Add around 8 teaspoons of 28% White hot chocolate flakes. You can experiment with the quantity of flakes based on your taste.
Zest and add half a teaspoon of lemon.
Stir until your flakes have fully melted.
Pour into your favourite mug and enjoy your lemon white hot chocolate.
Make your drink with:
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