Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots Recipe — When you combine cupcakes, ice cream and caramel into Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots, how can these frozen treats not be a hit?!?
Health nuts everywhere will roll over in their graves about this one. Lucky for you, I don’t qualify for any such title!
Instead, I LIVE for salted caramel milkshake shots. I mean, can you even go wrong when you combine cupcakes, ice cream, caramel, and a dash of salt? No, I think not!
You can make easily make these as cocktails or a virgin drink recipe. Not only is serving them in shot glasses VERY cute. But it’s also an easy way to limit the amount of sugar the littles are getting if you’re making virgin milkshake shots.
Ingredients Needed To Make Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots
- 1 tablespoons caramel sauce, plus a little extra for the glasses
- 4 scoops vanilla ice cream
- 1/4 cup whole milk
- Pinch of sea salt, plus a little extra for the garnish
- 1 vanilla cupcake
- Gold sprinkles
- Whip cream
- Pinch of sea salt
- Caramel sauce
- Shot glasses
Easy Recipe | How To Make Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots
Blend ingredients together.
Coat the rims of the glasses with caramel, and then dip them in gold sprinkles.
Add a dab of caramel to each glass.
Fill with the shake just before serving.
Top with whip cream and a pinch of sea salt!
(Cut striped straws in half for the perfect height)
*I thought five words might be a bit excessive but I would like to note striped straws, too. I’m currently obsessed. I blame BHLDN, they did this to me.
Different Ways To Customize Milkshake Shots
These Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots are as customizable as you might want them to be.
For instance, you can use coconut milk instead of traditional, any of your favorite ice creams, or even top them with whipped cream or sprinkles depending on your preference.
You can see more of our favorite easy recipes for shots, cocktails, and mocktails right here!
36 thoughts on “Easy Salted Caramel Milkshake Shots”
I was wondering how much this recipe makes ?
I want to make them for my 16th they look delicious!
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How many does this recipe yield and what size shot glasses did you use?
When adding a pinch of sea salt, do you put it on top of the whipped cream?
Where did you purchase your shot glasses?
Some “Birthday Cake” vodka would make these extra special.
These are adorable! I can’t wait to try them (:
I do have one question. From the top of the Ingredients list – you put the caramel in the bottom of shot glass – but then do you blend together ice cream, milk, sea salt AND cupcake? What do to with cupcake is the question. Thanks!!
Hi Sandi! Yes, you do blend the cupcake :) Trust me, it’s delicious!
The meaning of the phrase “ice cream” varies from one country to another. Phrases such as “frozen custard”, “frozen yogurt”, “sorbet”, “gelato” and others are used to distinguish different varieties and styles. In some countries, such as the United States, the phrase “ice cream” applies only to a specific variety, and most governments regulate the commercial use of the various terms according to the relative quantities of the main ingredients.
I just found your site and I LOVE it! Beautiful photos as well
I will definitely be trying out this recipe the next time I entertain. Thanks for sharing!
Awesome, thanks Naree!
These look amazing! How many does this recipe make? Where can I buy the gold sprinkles? and how much of them do I need? Thanks!
Thank goodness Pinterest led me here! These are amazing, hope you don’t mind if I stick around and drool for a while.
By all means :)
Do you just use a store bought vanilla cupcake minus the frosting?
Sure! What the heck, just leave the icing on it, it’s probably delicious!
I’m totally salivating right now.
Haha!That’s how I felt trying to wait to take pictures of them :)
When I saw the Blue Bell ice cream I thought of when I first had it in Texas. I am going to try this recipe. It looks so good!
Gotta love Blue Bell :)
Your blog is very enjoyable to read, and I nominated you for The Versatile Blogger Award! :)
AMAZING. As always. :)
Thanks, Alison :) so nice of you!
Where’s the love button?
All of your desserts are *fabulous*, and how innovative to add a dash of sea salt to give this scrumptious dessert a sweet/salty taste.
My question is, “How many of these did you eat yourself before posting”? haha
Answer: 2.5 :) Seth ate the others!