Raspberries and Cream Milkshake

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Photo: Andrew Zeiter/Styling: Katie Wayne

If you can’t resist an old-fashioned milkshake, this one’s especially for you. This raspberries and cream delight is a must for your next Sunday brunch or movie night. Made with just five ingredients, the real star is Baileys Deliciously Light, which has the taste of the original Baileys you love but with 40 percent less calories and sugar.*

*Please Indulge Responsibly. BAILEYS Deliciously Light Liqueur. 16.1% Alc/Vol. Imported by Paddington, Ltd., New York, NY.

Per 2.5 fl. Oz. serving – Average Analysis: calories-139; carbs-9.3g; protein-0.8g; fat-3. g; sugar-7.8g. Compared to Baileys Original Irish Cream per 2.5 fl. Oz. serving: calories-233; carbs-16.1g; protein-2.1g; fat-10.1g; sugar-13.3g. Do not share with anyone under the legal drinking age.


1 pint vanilla ice cream

2 cups fresh raspberries, plus more for garnish

½ cup ice (about a handful)

½ teaspoon vanilla extract

Whipped cream, for serving

Sprinkles, optional


1. In a blender, combine the ice cream, raspberries, Baileys Deliciously Light, ice and vanilla and mix until blended and creamy. Pour into glasses and top each milkshake with whipped cream, a few fresh raspberries and sprinkles, if using.

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