Bingo Orange Milkshake

Bingo Orange Milkshake is so easy to do. It’s my thirst quencher for this hot season. Want to know how I used Bingo Orange Cookies in making the yummiest and most refreshing milkshake in the metro? Check out my simple and easy to follow recipe below:


1 cup milk
2 scoops vanilla ice cream
3 tablespoons cocoa powder
2 packs of Bingo Orange Cookies
1 cup freshly whipped meringue (optional)


  1. Combine vanilla ice cream and crushed Bingo Orange Cookies in a blender. Blend until smooth.
  2. Add cocoa powder and slowly pour milk into the mixture. Blend again.
  3. Serve and garnish with freshly whipped meringue and Bingo Orange Cookie on top.

Serving Suggestion:

I like it zesty and fun!

Bingo Orange is a melt-in-the-mouth chocolate cookies with zesty orange filling. It is sweet cookies that makes moments even more special.

Bingo understand the teens’ enthusiasm for discovery and new experiences. This biscuit brand selection of sweet and rich flavors offers a high-spirited kind of excitement that complement every teenage lifestyle, whether it be about trying out fun activities or making sweet connections. In the age of exploration and building relationships, teens can rely on Bingo to be their trustworthy companion in any gastronomic adventure.

Here are some of The Tennis Foodie‘s original recipes:

  1. Fusilli Pasta with Tomato and Cheddar Cheese Sauce using Quorn Meat-Free Grounds
  2. Cucumber Orange Cupcake by The Tennis Foodie
  3. Banana Oatmeal Smoothie
  4. Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie
  5. Creamy Mackerel Pasta
  6. Chicken Vermont Curry 
  7. Vinamilk No Bake Lemon Cheesecake
  8. Dark Chocolate Muesli Brigadeiros
  9. Melon Macadamia Surprise
  10. Sarangani Bay Bangus Rolls
  11. Danes Cheese Bacon Rolls
  12. Bingo Double Choco Mug Cake
  13. CDO Candied and Cheesy Bacon

To know more about the brand, follow their official social media pages:
Facebook: Bingo Cookie Sandwich
Twitter: Bingo Cookie PH

33 thoughts on “Bingo Orange Milkshake”

  1. I like your original recipes. This Bingo Orange Milkshake looks really delicious and perfect for a hot and humid day. I will make this for my grandson. I am sure he will love this!

  2. In response to the milkshake recipe request, I pour 12 ounces of Orange Crush over 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream in a tall sundae glass and stir. I guess you could also replace the Orange Crush with cream soda and flavor to your liking with orange extract.

  3. That looks yummy. But if I make some for the kids it will surely be bouncing on the walls but they would definitely love it.

  4. This one sounds so good, too! I hope you keep bringing us more of these tasty shakes because I want to make them all!

  5. This looks so intensely delicious. I love a recipe that incorporates oranges into it.

  6. That sounds delicious. I love the orange and chocolate combo. I have to wonder if we have Bingo in the States. They look like tasty cookie.

  7. My kids don’t usually eat bingo but they are always up for trying out new recipes. I’m sure they’ll love making this tasty bingo orange milkshake.

  8. Never made a orange milkshake but Bingo looks good and it is easier to make as it seems. I would love to try it!

  9. I love this recipe idea. Inexpensive but very delicious. I saved the recipe and will be making this soon for my grandson when he comes over this weekend.

  10. And at first, I wonder what was “Bingo” and guess that we don’t have that in our country. But anyway, thanks a lot for the recipe and maybe I will explore it with something else. @ Knycx Journeying

  11. Ooo now you had me at the word chocolate, this Bingo Orange chocolate milkshake looks amazing and deffo one we will be trying x

  12. Good to know that aside from the famous Oreo, you can also use other kinds of cream-filled biscuit for your dessert.

  13. Excellent cool simple delicious recipe, I can prepare for my son. He is staying at home and not able to visit his favourite cafes and restaurants, this is the best way to keep him happy.

  14. I never tried orange milkshakes, as I always go for the traditional chocolate ones, but I think I should make an exception here.

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