Unicorn Milkshakes! 

Over here at 2masters_and_a_miss, we are unicorn OBSESSED. So these holidays, I thought I’d treat the kids to UNICORN MILKSHAKES. And because we love to share, I thought we’d share our cute little recipe with you all. 


The ingredients you will need are:

Milk,

Strawberries (3-4 per serve),

Ice cream (we chose Bulla Strawberries and cream),

Whipped Cream,

Wafers,

Sour Rainbow lollies,

Mini Marshmallows,

And Sugar Stars/Sprinkles.

(Optional, vanilla frosting to line the rim of the glass and then pressing sprinkles into it.)
You will also need a blender. 


First of all, we cut our marshmallows in half and stuck them around the inside of the jar to make polka dots. Once we had finished doing that, we put our strawberries, one scoop (or more) of ice cream and milk in the blender and mixed until blended well. 

Now comes the fun part! Pour your mixture into the cup you chose to use, and top with a scoop of ice cream. Grab your whipped cream and go for your life. Pile it as high or low as you want. Something I discovered after creating these cute milkshakes, was to leave a fair bit of room at the top of the glass for the ice cream and mile high cream. Now you get to strategically place (or just randomly throw shit everywhere. Whatever tickles your fancy!) your decorative edibles. We started with the rainbow straps. I popped one into the cream so it curved like a real rainbow. Then, I snapped a wafer in half and put each half into the cream. Then the marshmallows, and the sprinkles/sugar stars! And there you have it. The cutest little milkshake you ever did see. 


I did try to find some amazing lollipops to stick in it, as well as unicorn cut outs buuuut my wonderful local Coles didn’t have any. And I totally forgot to line the rim of the glass with the vanilla frosting and sprinkles, but let’s face it. My kids probably don’t need even more sugar. LOL. 


We hope you enjoy your creations, and we’d love to see any of your amazing treats when you make them! Enjoy! 💕 

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