We all know how extravagant freakshakes can be and when it starts to surface on the island of Singapore, we freaked. Loaded with cookies, whipped cream, sugar and everything you need for a freakshake, these elevated smoothies has not only captured of hearts but it’s also being captured by our cameras. To our friends who still hasn’t tried these huge shakes, you have to right now and here’s where you can get the best!
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You don’t say no to the creator of the world famous freakshakes. This Australian brand got everyone turning their head to her massive milkshakes that are piled with cookies, brownies, whipped cream, sauces, sprinkles, pretzels and even cakes. Sounds a lot? Yes it is but oh, so heavenly. Pâtissez also used frozen milk instead of ice cream to achieve the creamy texture of a milkshake to suit the Asian taste buds that do not like things that are overly sweet.
118 Holland Avenue #01-06, Singapore 278997
Operating hours: Mon to Fri 10am – 10pm | Sat, Sun & PH 9am – 10pm
2. Cake Spade
Unicone Cakeshake / Source
All the toppings reminds me of all the goodies we can get a pasar malams and old school snack shops and bakeries. Along with flavoured waffles and a slice of red velvet cake, this is definitely a multi-coloured shake that the unicorns themselves will approve.
83 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088504
Operating hours: Mon to Thus 12 – 9.30pm | Fri & Sat 12 – 1030pm | Closed on Sundays
3. Dazzling Café (Pink)
Pink Unicorn / Source
Another unicorn shake here but you can tell this is more on the girly, feminine side with all the pastel going on. One thing we can tell you is that this gives your a burst of different profiles. There’s sweet, sour, creamy, milky all in one glass and sometimes if you’re lucky, you’re shake will come with a huge lollipop! However, only 10 Pink Unicorns are available everyday so do go down early if you want a sip of this strawberry milkshake.
#01-12/13/14 Orchard Gateway, Singapore 238851
Operating hours: Mon to Thus & Sun 11am – 10pm | Fri & Sat 11am – 1030pm
4. Benjamin Browns
Chocolate Lava Pillow / Source
If you love chocolate, this is the overload that you need. Layers and layers of chocolate of different textures: white chocolate and milk chocolate Timtams, chocolate wafers, chocolate pop tarts, a huge chunk of nutella cake, and lava pillows. If you like chocolate lava cake, then this lava pillows are going to amaze you; they are crispy cereal bites with chocolate filling oozing out, basically like a mini lava cake. And then we have the chocolate milkshake. That’s alot of chocolate.
#01-20/21, Forum The Shopping Mall, 238884
Operating hours: Mon to Thus & Sun 1030am – 9pm | Fri & Sat 1030am – 930pm
5. The Refinery
Chendol Mando / Source
If this isn’t a Singa-fied freakshake then I don’t know what else is. This chendol milkshake isn’t really a chendol milkshake – besides the usual green jelly, coconut cream, red bean and gula melaka, it also consists of ondeh ondeh, coconut candy covered in chocolate and a whole dollop of whipped cream. It’s like having 2 really old school local desserts in one drink and that’s pretty smart. Unfortunately, we are unsure if The Refinery is still selling these monstershakes as we don’t see it on the menu anymore.
#01-02, 115 King George’s Avenue, Singapore 208561
Operating hours: Tues to Thus 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 12am | Fri 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 1am | Sat 11am – 4pm, 6pm – 1am | Sunday 11am – 4pm | Closed on Mondays
6. House of Robert Timms
Vanilla BonBon / Source
The Vanilla BonBon at House of Robert Timms might just be the ultimate freakshake here. Massive with a chocolate glazed donut right on top, and then finished with the most basics of tidbits like M&Ms, marshmallows and whipped cream. However this delightful stack would certainly have a messy, gooey aftermath so you gotta snap quick!
#01-02/03 Wheelock Place, 501 Orchard Road
Operating hours: Sun to Thus & PH 8am – 11pm | Fri, Sat & Eve of PH 8am – 1am
7. The Lab SG
Nutella Brownie / Source
Another chocolatey freakshake, guess we just can’t get enough of it! Hazelnut chocolate and brownie ice cream blended together to achieve a super creamy milkshake, mmmmm. What’s better are those pretzels and chocolate wafer, Pocky sticks,brownie and timtam perching on the edge. So rich and flavourful, definitely a must-have after dinner. Or anytime of the day!
#01-01, 1 Jalan Pisang, Singapore 199069
Operating hours: Mon t0 Sat 10am – 915pm | Closed on Sundays
8. Jen’s Kitchen On-The-Go
Death by Brownie / Source
Moist brownie chunks, overflowing dollops of nutella, generous amounts of whipped cream topping this dirty milkshake. The fragrance of the hazelnut is present in and out of the milkshake and surprisingly, it isn’t as sweet s we thought it would be! Yes, the best way to die is by stuffing yourself with these sinful treat.
Hotel Jen Tanglin, 1A Cuscaden Road
Operating hours: 24/7
We wish we could get out of office now to get a freakshake but obviously, we can’t. Times like these, we make our own freakshakes! If you have any recipes to share with us, leave it in the comment section!
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