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Salted Caramel Delight Shake

It has been soooooo hot here lately! We definitely need a cool down treat! How about you?
A couple months back I had a friend mention on fb that she had just made a salted caramel shake for dessert. Needless to say - and she had my attention!! Ingredients? Time? Delicious-ness rating from 1 to sugar coma? Mmmmm I had to try it! She listed all the ingredients but couldn't remember exactly how much of what she used because she would add a little more of something till it was just right.

Well I played around with it a little bit until I found the perfect concoction for us - The Salted Caramel Delight Shake. I really hope you like it too! It's basically only the best dessert you will ever have. True story!

This is seriously one of my absolute favorite treats. It is so quick to make and perfect for a cool down on a warm summer evening. Just the right amount of sweet and salty this Salted Caramel Delight Shake recipe will hit the spot!

Here you go!

Salted Caramel Delight Shake

Ingredients
2 cups milk (Feel free to add a little more if you want it smoother.)
4 cups vanilla ice cream (It helps if you let it sit out a little while to get soft first.)
1/3 cup caramel ice cream topping
1/2 teaspoon salt
Now keep in mind, this is done completely to taste. If you try it and you want more caramel, add it, more salt add it. I have put the minimum measurements that I use in the ingredients list so you can add more of whatever you like if it is too mild for you.

Directions
Add all ingridients in the order listed to your blender.

Blend it up until smooth.
ENJOY!!

Serves 4
Not kidding folks, seriously good stuff here! I really hope you enjoy it as much as we do. I think I may have to go make one for dessert tonight. Sitting here typing it up is giving me Salted Caramel Delight Shake cravings! Mmmmmmm


Be Happy!!!

If you like this, check out my Fresh BlackberryLemonade Smoothie!

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