Sweet Tooth Alert: Michigan’s Best Milkshakes Are Served Here!
Growing up as a kid getting a milkshake was a special treat my dad would get us sometimes on the weekends we stayed with him.
I'm not 100% sure but I believe we used to get chocolate shakes at Klancy's in Milford which is now closed.
How Do You Make A Milkshake?
Making a milkshake is pretty easy and something you can do at home.
To make a basic milkshake, you'll need three main ingredients: ice cream, milk, and any flavorings you desire. Here's a list of what you'll need:
- Ice cream (vanilla or any other flavor)
- Milk (whole, 2%, or skim)
- Flavorings such as chocolate syrup, caramel, fruit, or vanilla extract
- Blender or immersion blender
- Glass or cup for serving
Who Serves Up Michigan's Best Milkshake?
Mudgie's Deli is a favorite in the Detroit area and it keeps punters happy with its sandwiches and soups. Those with a sweet tooth will know Mudgie's makes a mean milkshake too: a classic vanilla shake, made with local Calder Dairy ice cream, is the way to go - Love Food
Experts Say Mudgie's Deli Serves Up Michigan's Best Milkshake
Mudgie's Deli, located in Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, is a beloved local establishment known for its delicious sandwiches and mouth-watering milkshakes.
Mudgie's offers a variety of milkshake flavors, including classic options like chocolate and vanilla, as well as creative twists like the "Campfire S'mores" and "Nutella-banana."
Each shake is made with creamy, high-quality ice cream and blended to perfection.
Many patrons also enjoy pairing their shake with one of Mudgie's famous sandwiches, like the "Murdered Out" or the "Cuban Reuben" which is pictured below.
Whether you're a local or just passing through, Mudgie's is a must-visit spot for a tasty treat in the D.
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