If you’re a fan of the popular TV show Riverdale, you may remember the iconic milkshake scene from Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. Inspired by this scene, we have come up with a delicious recipe for Riverdale milkshake cookies that you can make at home.
Riverdale Chilled Milkshake Cookies
1 ½ dozen cookies
Cookies – Frosting –
½ cup butter, soft ½ cup butter, soft
½ cup shortening 2 cups powdered sugar
1 tablespoon water 1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup sugar 2-4 tablespoons water, if needed
1 tablespoon vanilla
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
¼ teaspoon baking powder
1 cup oats
1 ½ cups oreo cookie crumbs + more for garnish
Preheat oven to 325 and line baking sheets with parchment paper
In a large bowl mix flour, salt, baking powder, oats, and oreo crumbs until well combined – set aside
In a mixing bowl beat butter, shortening, water, and sugar until smooth and fluffy
Mix in eggs and vanilla
Add in flour mixture gradually
Scoop out dough onto lined sheets and press down to flatten slightly
Bake for 12 minutes
Remove from oven and place directly in the freezer for 15 minutes
In a small bowl beat all the frosting ingredients until smooth and creamy
Remove the cookies from the freezer, frost them, garnish with oreo crumbs
Place cookies in the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving
These Riverdale milkshake cookies are perfect for any fan of the show. They’re soft, chewy, and packed with delicious flavors that will remind you of Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe. So gather your friends and family, put on an episode of Riverdale, and enjoy these delicious cookies!
- Cookies - Frosting -
- ½ cup butter, soft ½ cup butter, soft
- ½ cup shortening 2 cups powdered sugar
- 1 tablespoon water 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1 cup sugar 2-4 tablespoons water, if needed
- 2 eggs
- 1 tablespoon vanilla
- 3 cups flour
- 1 teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon baking powder
- 1 cup oats
- 1 ½ cups oreo cookie crumbs + more for garnish
- Preheat oven to 325 and line baking sheets with parchment paper
- In a large bowl mix flour, salt, baking powder, oats, and oreo crumbs until well combined - set aside
- In a mixing bowl beat butter, shortening, water, and sugar until smooth and fluffy
- Mix in eggs and vanilla
- Add in flour mixture gradually
- Scoop out dough onto lined sheets and press down to flatten slightly
- Bake for 12 minutes
- Remove from oven and place directly in the freezer for 15 minutes
- In a small bowl beat all the frosting ingredients until smooth and creamy
- Remove the cookies from the freezer, frost them, garnish with oreo crumbs
- Place cookies in the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving
How to Bake in Batches to Make the Most of Your Baking Time
One way to handle your holiday baking is to bake in batches, then freeze and store for the big day. You can do this successfully over a couple of weeks with batch baking and batch preparing.
The biggest thing to remember is to only try a few different types of things in one day, or focus on just one type of baked good in one day. For example, you might want to bake all your quick breads in one day. Another day you can prepare all your cookie dough. Yet another time, you can bake all your fruit pies and so forth. This process makes the most of the time you have, the space you have, and your skill level.
Don’t try batch baking without a plan of action. Be sure to write down your plans in advance so that you are sure you have enough time to do everything that you’ve planned. To figure out a basic time line, add up the prep time, the baking time for each oven full, and then multiply that by 1.5 to account for a little extra issues happening. Then you should be sure that you have enough time.
Get Everything Ready to Go
Your kitchen should be spotless when you start, and ensure that you have all the ingredients and appliances necessary to make each item ready to go. If you know, for example, that today you’ll be using about 10 pounds of flour, consider using a large bowl to hold the flour so you can easily spoon the flour into the measuring cup, flatten off over the bowl, without having to get into the bag over and over which usually means spillage.
Clean as You Go
Fill your sink immediately with hot soapy water so you can clean as you go. You will want to wash your mixing dishes and other utensils during the baking process so that you can use them again. There’s no point in totally destroying your kitchen as you batch bake, and you don’t have to. Set out a draining board, fill the sink with hot soapy water, and wash as you go. There are many opportunities during baking to wash a couple of dishes, and this will make the clean-up faster, and the process more organized.