Double Chocolate Milkshake

double chocolate milkshake

Sometimes the simple things are the most memorable.  And who doesn’t have lots of memories of good ole fashioned milkshakes.  I have to say there are two places in this world that I think has hands down the BEST milkshakes and it should go without saying that they are both classic soda shops.  A Knoxville favorite is Long’s Drug Store, where you can pull up a seat at the counter and eat a tasty burger and finish it off with a delicious chocolate malt shake.  You will be hard pressed to find any of us Knoxville natives who don’t have lots of childhood memories at Long’s.

The same goes for Reeves-Sain Drug Store in Murfreesboro.  This multi-purpose landmark of the town will have you shopping for adorable housewares, handling all your postal needs, getting your prescriptions filled and filling up with a tasty grilled cheese and, of course, finishing it off with a chocolaty shake!

During our recent office move, we came across an old milkshake maker and I knew I had to take it home to make a shake for Hunter Bear.  And in honor of today’s National Chocolate Day celebration, I bring you a double chocolate milkshake made with Breyer’s Extra Creamy Chocolate Ice Cream, chocolate syrup and milk.  Hunter has yet to visit my childhood favorites Long’s or Reeves-Sain and I’m excited to take him there one day, but it was pretty fun to make milkshake memories with him at home.

What is your favorite spot to get a milkshake?  Leave your comments below and a winner will be chosen at random from to win a $25 Target gift card from Breyer’s to help bring milkshake memories home to your family, too!  The winner will be chosen on Wednesday, October 30th.



Double Chocolate Milkshake

Double Chocolate Milkshake



  1. Combine all ingredients in a milkshake maker and blend until smooth. If you don't have a milkshake maker, you can use a blender. Pour into a glass and serve.

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  1. Tracie Frank says:

    Looks so yum! My favorite place for a milkshake is my Mama’s kitchen. When I was growing up, there was very little “eating out”, but my Mom always did yummy special things at home, so we most certainly didn’t miss out. My favorite was chocolate, just like the one in the pic!

    • We were the same way growing up and my favorite food memories as a kid were right at home!!! Thanks for stopping by, Tracie!!

  2. Christy Beesley says:

    Well, my favorite place as a child to go get a milkshake was going to Vandyland previously named Candyland in Nashville with my mom, aunt, and cousin for grilled cheese and milkshakes. I was so sad when they closed their doors a few years ago. Now my favorite place to go get a milkshake is The Pharmacy in East Nashville. Truthfully though, GrandWalter, my grandfather, makes the world’s best milkshakes. He was a soda jerk in high school and owns an old fashioned milkshake mixer. His milkshakes are pure deliciousness mixed with lots of love. He would make them for us whenever we came to visit. We’d sit in the kitchen listening to his jokes and stories while sipping on his infamous milkshakes and making precious memories.

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