Plazma (Lane) shake recipe

Prep time 5 min
Serves 1
Difficulty easy

If you want to enjoy one of the best biscuit milkshakes, you can make the Plazma shake at home very quickly and easy. For those who don’t know, Plazma is a biscuit made in Serbia, in some countries also known as Lane.

Replacement: if you can’t get ground Plazma you can replace it with the regular one, or another biscuit (Petit beurre is a decent replacement). In that case, smash the biscuit a bit before putting it into the blender.


  • 2dl milk
  • 1 cup of ground Plazma (Lane) biscuit
  • 1 tbsp of whipped cream


  1. Pour the milk, cream and Plazma in a blender or mixer and mix it for about 2 minutes. Pour in a glass or cup. You can decorate your Plazma shake with a chocolate syrup or a cookie.
  2. If you make it with the mixer, you will get the crunchy structure like the one in the image above. If you make it in the blender, you’ll get a more consistent – mortar-like structure, like in the photo on the right.
  3. If you want a Choco Plazma shake, just add 2-3 teaspoons of cocoa powder.

Serving recommendation: If you have straws, do serve the shake with them. It’s much more fun to eat it this way. 😉