Honeywell Biscuit Company Freakshake Recipe Featuring Little’s Coffee

To celebrate Biscuit Day we’ve teamed up with the incredibly talented Honeywell Biscuit Company who have created an insane freakshake recipe with our Chocolate Orange Infused Instant Coffee. It might not be the healthiest of recipes but we definitely think it’s worth the calories! Happy Biscuit Day everyone! 🍪🍪🍪


2 x Tsp Little’s Chocolate Orange Coffee

40g  Dark Chocolate Chips

1-2 Chocolate Orange Flavour Biscuits

3 x Scoops of Chocolate Ice-Cream

400ml Milk (could be substituted for plant based alternative, if desired)

2 x Jaffa Cakes

20g Orange Marmalade

1 x Orange

Squirty Cream


1. Place the chocolate chips inside a small sandwich or piping bag, seal and carefully place inside a bowl of hot water to melt the chocolate.

2. Once melted, snip the corner, and drizzle the chocolate onto the rim of your glass and be sure to get some inside too.

3. Using the back of a large spoon, crush 1-2 of your favourite chocolate orange biscuit bars, and then roll the rim of the glass in the biscuit crumb. Leave the glass aside for the chocolate to harden.

4. Meanwhile, in a jug, mix a little hot water with 2 tsp of Little’s Chocolate Orange Coffee granules and stir until dissolved into a paste. Add 2 scoops of chocolate ice-cream, and 400ml of milk before blitzing in a blender, or by using a handheld blender.

5. Pour your delicious shake into the glass, and then top with another scoop of ice-cream and a Jaffa Cake.

6. Heat 20g of orange marmalade in a small pan along with a squeeze of orange juice until a little runny. If you like, you could also add a little orange zest for a punchy flavour!

7. Shake your squirty cream and pile onto the glass!

8. Drizzle the marmalade syrup on top, pop in another Jaffa Cake and sprinkle on any remaining biscuit crumb to finish!

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  • Coral says:

    This is the most delicious thing I have ever tried. My friend and I made this last weekend, but we added the juice of 1 whole fresh orange to make it extra orangie. You could also add a small amount of orange vodka to make it into a cocktail. I’ve made it again this weekend for myself and I think I’m now addicted to this recipe. Lovely change if you want to try something different or for a special guest.

    • Will Little says:

      Hi Coral, This is so great that you’ve tried it! It’s so yummy, isn’t it! Love the idea of adding the orange vodka – we might have to try that one! Thanks, Team Little’s x