Welcome back to AirVape’s Recipe of the Month.
Our June treat is the old classic, icy Oreo shake, infused with AVB of course, to make it super dreamy!
Who would not know the World’s most famous cookie, which is delicious by itself, but if you turn it into the cake, shake or ice cream works just fine as well.
Oreos are over a hundred years old, the first biscuit sandwich was sold on March 6, 1912.
If AVB is new to you and not quite sure what is it, or how to save and use it, go ahead and check out our AVB guide. You can find the basics and some cool tricks and tips on how to get the most out of your already vaped bud. Also, you can find previous recipes here.
We already know that AVB works great with fatty foods, so shakes are great choices to get your dose. This no-bake recipe is perfect for hot summer days. You just drink one after dinner and chill hard for the rest of the night.
Besides the ingredients, you only need a blender and you are good to go!
Oreo shake with AVB
- 5-6 pieces of Oreo cookie
- 2 cups of ice - cream (depending on your choice - can be vanilla, cookies, and cream, or chocolate or all of them)
- 2 cups of milk
- 3-4 g of water cured AVB (depending on your tolerance - use 2 g if you are just experimenting)
Toss all the ingredients into a high-speed blender. Blend it until it is smooth.
Note: You can grind the water-cured AVB into a powder-like substance, to hide it better in your shake.
If you like crunchy Oreo pieces in your shake blend the ice cream and the milk first and add the cookies later. In this case don’t blend the mixture completely, just use the pulse option on the blender until you reach the desired consistency.
Tip: If you are not a big fan of dairy, you can change the ice cream and the milk to plant-based options. There are great choices on the market.
You don’t have to worry about the Oreos, they don’t contain dairy anyway.
We can’t say it enough! Always be cautious when trying to figure out your dosage.
AVB’s strength depends on the original bud, the time of your vaping session, your sensitivity.
Experiment with care and always start with a rather smaller amount! ;)