Klondike Shakes In A Pouch (Review)

Klondike is shaking up the milkshake experience with the release of Shakes in A Pouch, and they are meant to be a sweet, creamy milkshake in a ready-to-go pouch.

Yes, a creamy shake in a pouch that can go with you anywhere!

Are these new shakes from Klondike as good as a regular milkshake? We have the answers!

Keep reading to find out more about Klondike shakes and what our Food Rankers crew thought of them.

Klondike Shakes in A Pouch Review

Klondike shakes are currently available in three varieties:

  • Sit Back & Strawberry
  • Wind Down & Chocolate
  • Chill Out & Vanilla

We have tried the chocolate one so far, and here are all the delicious details!

As you can see, these are a decent-sized shake in a pouch similar to what baby food or portable applesauce comes in these days.

See the instructions that say to wait three minutes? It will feel like the longest three minutes of your life, but it is necessary in order to be able to get milkshake to come out of the pouch.

After three minutes, the chocolate Klondike Shakes In A Pouch are still pretty thick, so you might have to wait an extra minute or two if you like yours thinner.

The milkshake itself is extra creamy and tastes like a legit milkshake with some Klondike shell chocolate flavor. All without the blender or the mess. We could eat/sip them all day!

When we look at the on-the-go aspect of Klondike Shakes in A Pouch, ours fully melted in about 10 minutes, so you can’t go too far from a freezer unless you bring a cooler or an insulated bag to keep them in. That isn’t as cumbersome as bringing a blender or traditional milkshakes somewhere, so we aren’t complaining 🙂

See also  Hillshire Farm Snacked Review

Summary and Review

Klondike Shakes In A Pouch really does deliver a creamy milkshake with no cleanup required, if you can wait 3 whole minutes!


  • Creamy
  • Delicious
  • No mess or dirty dishes
  • Somewhat portable


  • Sipping a milkshake out of a pouch might be too different from the full milkshake experience for some people
  • Three minutes seems like a long time when you have a milkshake craving

We enjoyed trying Klondike Shakes In A Pouch and recommend trying them. Our local Kroger had these for $5.49. We can’t wait to try the other flavors!

Rating: 7.8/10 (Very Good)

What do you think about the new Klondike Shakes In A Pouch? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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7 thoughts on “Klondike Shakes In A Pouch (Review)”

  1. Cannot twist off the cap. Ending up cutting it off. Also, reminded me of the Wendy’s Frosty. Same chocolate flavor and consistency. If someone can show me an easier way to remove the cap it would be greatly appreciated.

  2. I was looking for a recipe for milkshakes. The web took me to Klondike Shakes. I was very surprised to see this, so I looked in the ice cream section and there they were! I bought 1 pack to try out and I’m sorry that I didn’t get more! They are fabulous! My husband, grandkids and I enjoy them! Just like a fresh milkshake that you would get in a ice cream parlor. The only thing is that the cap is hard to turn. I’ve told all my family and friends about this milkshake and they are getting it also.

  3. For me the packaging was 6 pouches to the box at a whooping $8 at my chain store. I used mine (vanilla) to accompany apple pie. Perfect for a single person with limited freezer space. They also prevent the disappointment and spoilage that typically happens when Ice cream starts to decompose after a few days in the freezer. Flavor and texture is very enjoyable. I would be very enthusiastic if my price to purchase were about half.

  4. Dumbest product I have seen. Hard to open but in a few days my hands should recover from frostbite and I can probably get the strains out of the carpet.

  5. Could not get the product out of the pouch. Ran the pouch under hot water with very little coming out. What did come out tasted terrible. I threw all of them away. I would have expected more from Klondike. There is one mystery to all of this; how did anyone associated with this garbage keep their job?


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