Kitkat To Oats: 2 Easy Milkshakes To Manage Midweek Blues
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One of the best amusing things to do with your family is undoubtedly cooking. And you don’t need to jump right at the complicated ones. Making a chocolate milkshake, too, is a great idea! It is one activity that includes people of all ages. However, while whipping up a chocolate milkshake seems easy, there is always some prevision involved. As we recently celebrated National Chocolate Milkshake Day, we have Ravish Mishra, Executive Chef, The Westin Goa and Balvinder Pal Singh Lubana, Executive Chef at Courtyard by Marriott Gurugram Downtown sharing two such precise yet easy to make fun milkshakes that can also be tailor-made to fit each person’s palate. 

Chocolate KitKat Milkshake Recipe By Executive Chef Balvinder Pal Singh Lubana 


  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream 
  • 1/2 cup whole milk, cold 
  • 5 Kitkat fingers 
  • 1/4 cup chocolate syrup 
  • Whipped cream, garnish 
  • Shaved chocolate, garnish 


  1. Gather and collect all the ingredients for an easy execution 
  2. Place the vanilla ice cream, whole milk, three Kitkat fingers and chocolate syrup in the blender. Please note that the harder the ice cream, the better, as it’ll help thicken the milkshake. 
  3. Blend the ingredients until completely smooth 
  4. Pour the milkshake into the glass immediately or keep it refrigerated till serving. 
  5. Top it with whipped cream and beautify it with 2 Kitkat fingers and shaved chocolate. 

Oats and Chocolate milkshake by Executive Chef Ravish Mishra

A refreshing summer cooler with the goodness of oat milk and dark chocolate   


  • 50% dark cacao chocolate: 50 Gms 
  • Oat milk: 200 Ml 
  • Honey: 10 ml 
  • Palm Sugar / Brown Sugar: 10 Gms 
  • Ice Cubes: 3- 4 Each 
  • Basil or Mint sprigs for garnishing 


  1. Blend chocolate in the microwave and put it aside. 
  2. Add oat milk to the blender, add melted chocolate, honey, palm sugar. 
  3. Add ice cubes and give a gentle whisk to the mixture. 
  4. Pour in a chilled glass. Top up with remaining oats milk (frothy)