Lactofree Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake

This Lactofree Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake recipe produces a beautiful drink which is definitely unusual. Enjoy this delicious milkshake today.

There is something special in a chocolate milkshake especially when you add raspberries too. Then adding cinnamon helps take it to a whole new level of deliciousness.

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Making lactofree chocolate milkshakes with Arla

Lactofree have bought out a brand new milk flavour – chocolate! I love lactofree milk and now with chocolate I am so happy. I have been challenged to come up with milkshake which has chocolate milk in it. (What a hard job but someone has to do it).

I have come up with a truly delicious and rather grown tasting raspberry, chocolate and cinnamon milkshake.

Chocolate and cinnamon is a combination that is popular in Mexico if my research is correct. I’ve added cinnamon to brownies before and it’s worked a treat so I thought I’d try it in milkshake. Safe to say it is a wonderful chocolate milk to use for milkshakes. Even if you aren’t lacto free it would be great to try.

lactofree chocolate milkshake with cinnamon and raspberry

I made this in the large cup of the nutri ninja. I used defrosted raspberries as they are so much juicer than fresh.

Lactofree Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake

The raspberries added a lovely red colour to the chocolate milk.

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The marshmallows added a sweetness to the milkshake but I’d recommend having them next to the milkshake unless you have a straw big enough to stuck them up or you don’t mind getting milkshake covered fingers. They are so sweet next to the tart milkshake. Definitely a flavour combination which works.

Raspberry Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake surrounded by mini marshmallows and cinnamon sticks

I now need more chocolate milk so I can make more. Hoping my local tesco has some x

Raspberry Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake

Sisley White
This Raspberry Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake recipe produces a beautiful drink which is definitely unusual. Enjoy this delicious milkshake today.
5 from 11 votes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, English, International
Servings 1 drink
Calories 290 kcal


  • 2 bananas
  • 3 tablespoons of frozen but defrosted raspberries
  • pinch of cinnamon about a quarter of a teaspoon
  • chocolate lactofree milk
  • decorate with mini marshmallows optional be very recommended


  • Break up the banana and pop it in the large nutri ninja cup.
  • Add the raspberries and cinnamon.
  • Top up with chocolate milk to the fill line.
  • Whizz until it’s smooth.
  • Serve straight away and enjoy.
  • Top with mini marshmallows.


Calories: 290kcal

Please note that the nutrition information provided above is approximate and meant as a guideline only.

Keyword chocolate, drinks, milkshakes, Raspberry Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake
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10 thoughts on “Lactofree Chocolate Cinnamon Milkshake”

  1. 5 stars
    I’m surprised you haven’t died of a sugar shock from this delicious milkshake *chuckle*. I have been starring at the first picture with the marshmallows and they actually move the longer you look at it. I so want one of these now!!!

  2. 5 stars
    Ooh gosh Sisley, I’m rather craving a glass to this. I adore chocolate and cinnamon together and chocolate and raspberries, but I’m not sure I’ve tried the three together – how remiss of me.

  3. 5 stars
    Wat great flavour combinations. That sounds amazing – I suspect I’m lactose intolerant so often try out different milks (soy, almond, hazelnut) but I haven’t tried the Arla LactoFree range. I’ll have to give it a go!


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