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Frozen Mudslide

Frozen Mudslide is a delicious and creamy “adult milkshake” with a hint of coffee and chocolate. I drink it at TGIF, but as we don’t have any of their restaurants here in Gothenburg I just make it myself. I’m sure that the original recipe is a bit different, but this one is really yummy (and strong…). Try it!

    Frozen Mudslide
    serves 1

    4 cl Vodka
    4 cl Baileys
    4 cl Kahlúa
    5 ice cubes
    2 scoopes of a really good vanilla ice cream

    for decoration: chocolate sauce (I used O’hoy chokladsås)

    Mix all the ingredients in a blender. Coat the inside of a glass with swirls of chocolate sauce. Pour the drink into the glass. Serve and enjoy…..


Make sure to coat the glass with the sauce and not your mouth
even if it’s tempting…

11 Responses to “Frozen Mudslide”

  1. Anne
    June 6th, 2005 09:06
    1

    Mmm! Looks delicious! As it happens, I’d only need to buy some ice cream and chocolate sauce for that.. hm.. tempting. :)

  2. Kasia
    June 7th, 2005 11:10
    2

    Thanks for this recipe…
    It’s not only delicious but seductive. I’ll try to serve to a friend of mine:)

  3. Sweetnicks
    June 8th, 2005 21:54
    3

    Oh yum! I’m a TGIF-Mudslides addict as well … can’t wait to try this one!

  4. keiko
    June 9th, 2005 17:19
    4

    I love the picture of the glass with just chocolate swirl!

  5. Rachel
    June 16th, 2005 19:04
    5

    Me too–love the chocolate rings inside the glass. This looks *so* good. I want one!

  6. Kaz
    July 13th, 2005 08:06
    6

    Thanks for the recipe! If you want to go the extra step TGIF does, add some chocolate chips =)

  7. karlos
    February 2nd, 2008 00:32
    7

    what does that cl mean next to your mesureings sorry im from california i kant wait to make it i just dont know how much to put in like you please help i’ve never had 1 b4

  8. karlos
    February 2nd, 2008 00:33
    8

    please hit me up magik_izzroyalty@yahoo.com

  9. Dagmar
    February 2nd, 2008 15:23
    9

    Hi Karlos,
    3 cl (centilitres) is 1 fluid ounce.

  10. Yosep Hana
    May 13th, 2009 12:54
    10

    Nice information.I look for compact blenders.I need one for cook meal for my baby.I see many web about this but your web is the best for me.Thank you.

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