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cookies and cream shake
When it comes to easy recipes, shakes and smoothies take the cake.

If you’re like most people, you grew up going to fast-food restaurants, grabbing a burger and shake every now and then.

Well, those days are over ( and thank god for that), but that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge here and there. This keto version of a classic is all you need to satisfy that sweet tooth without throwing your diet off track.

This cookies and cream milkshake is:

  • Sweet
  • Filling
  • Flavorful
  • Delicious
cookies and cream shake

The main ingredients are:

Optional additional ingredients:

cookies and cream shake

Health Benefits of This Cookies and Cream Shake Recipe

Satisfying and Stabilizing

In general, a cookies and cream shake sounds like a recipe for blood sugar disaster. As delicious as these treats can be, an hour or so after you indulge in a creamy beverage like this, you either feel totally drained of energy or you’re craving sugar like a fiend.

And so goes the story of the blood sugar rollercoaster.

But you won’t find any of that drama here. This shake contains 34 grams of satiating fat, and only five net carbs. And since fat is absorbed more slowly than other macronutrients, you’ll not only avoid cravings — you’ll feel fuller longer[*].

Gut Health Support

An ice cream shake to heal your gut? Okay, maybe that’s a little too far, but this shake certainly won’t hurt your gut.

In fact, collagen protein is loaded with the amino acid glycine, which is known for its supportive role in gut health.  Specifically, glycine seems to upregulate your guts antioxidant defenses, helping to calm inflammation. Some research even suggests that glycine may be a beneficial treatment for inflammatory bowel disease[*].

cookies and cream shake


Cookies and Cream Shake

cookies and cream shake

This cookies n’ cream shake is basically a keto oreo milkshake. Remember those? So grab your blender and ingredients, and let’s take a trip down memory lane.

If you haven’t already, prep your keto ice cream according to the recipe. Or if you want to make things really easy, buy some store-bought sugar-free ice cream — but make sure the macros are keto-friendly!

Add two scoops vanilla ice cream (or more) to your blender, along with your milk of choice and the collagen. 

Blend ingredients together on high until well combined.

Next, add in your Perfect Keto Double Chocolate Cookies and pulse to mix them in evenly. 

Finally, pour your shake into a tall glass and enjoy.

  • Author: Ayla Sadler
  • Total Time: 6 hours 10 minutes
  • Yield: 6 shakes 1x



  1. Prep the keto ice cream according to the recipe.
  2. Add all ingredients, except cookies, to a high-speed blender, blending on high until combined.
  3. Add cookies and pulse enough to mix.
  4. Pour and enjoy!


the shake leftovers will keep well in the freezer. Just add to a glass jar (filled ¾ of the way) and save for later.


  • Serving Size: 1 shake
  • Calories: 345.8
  • Fat: 34.4g
  • Carbohydrates: 6.1g (Net: 5.3g)
  • Fiber: .8g
  • Protein: 7.8

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