Some of the overindulgent milkshakes offered at Bugerology in Rockville Centre (Photos courtesy of Burgerology)

Overindulgent milkshakes are all the rage across Long Island, and here to serve up one of these cool treats to satisfy your sweet tooth are these eight spots we found. Check them out!

Burgerology is known mostly for their, well, burgers. But this location also offers a whole menu just dedicated to milkshakes. Some of their more extravagant menu items include “The Campfire,” which includes vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, a toasted marshmallow, and graham crackers lined up around the glass, and “The Rainbow Cookie,” with vanilla ice cream, rainbow cookie pieces, and rainbow sprinkles decked on the glass. 226 Merrick Road, Rockville Centre.

Diner By The Sea
This spot is perfect for a treat after a long day by the beach. They have unique milkshake flavors such as “Cinnabon,” “Can-N-Crunch” and “Twinkie.” All these milkshakes are tie-dyed. They are served in rainbow colors and topped with whipped cream and plastic charms to keep, such as rings, sunglass, and figurines. 260 East Park Avenue, Long Beach.

Spoons Ice Cream & Cereal Bar

The staff at Spoons use a special blender to swirl cereal into your ice cream. They offer a vanilla or chocolate ice cream base with whole milk and your choice of two kinds of cereal mixed in, plus whipped cream on top. They also make any of their specialty ice cream sundaes in a milkshake form for you. Mmmm, good. 3935 Merrick Road, Seaford.

Lindenhurst Diner
This eatery offers classic food that you’ll find at a Long Island diner, but with a twist of specialty milkshakes. The Fireman’s Park Shake has a vanilla ice cream base, and includes cookie dough, Oreos, and caramel sauce. 195 Montauk Highway, Lindenhurst.

Manny’s Sweet Treats
Inspired by a range of European desserts, Manny’s Sweet Treats offers gelatos, waffles, crepes, and milkshakes. One of their most popular milkshakes is “The Guilty Pleasure,” which is a chocolate based shake topped with whipped cream, Oreos, a Poptart, marshmallows, and more. Manny’s Sweet Treats also has a cotton candy milkshake, topped with whipped cream, rock candy, an ice cream cone, and of course, cotton candy. 156 Jericho Turnpike, Mineola.

Nana’s Cafe and Desserts
Nana’s Westbury offers bubble tea, waffles, sandwiches, and coffee. But what really stands out is their extravagant milkshakes. “Nana’s Banana Sundae” has banana pudding ice cream layered with Nutella and vanilla wafers, and it topped with banana slices, whipped cream, and crushed peanuts. The “Cookies and Cream Sundae” has cookies and cream ice cream in between oreos and freshly baked chocolate chunk cookies. 225 Post Avenue, Westbury.

New York Burger Bar
This burger joint offers a range of milkshakes. Alongside the classic shakes, spiked shakes and “Super Duper Milkshakes” are offered. The “Super Duper Chipwich Milkshake” includes vanilla ice cream, vanilla frosting and chocolate chip cookies, topped with a Chipwich Ice Cream Sandwich, whipped cream, and chocolate chips. 4225 Merrick Road, Massapequa.

Waffle Magic
This eatery offers hot and cold bubble tea, waffles, and fancy milkshakes. Some of their popular shakes include a “Fruity Pebbles” flavor, with a rainbow swirl in the glass, and topped with whipped cream and the Fruity Pebbles cereal, and a “Salted Caramel Pretzel” shake, with a caramel swirl in the shake and pretzels on top. 80 Route 109, West Babylon.

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