Sunday, October 30, 2011

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

It’s the time of the year to celebrate another fun filled Halloween!  Here is a simple Halloween drink to serve to your special little ghouls for the day…..

 

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE adapted from  Martha S. “Boo-Nilla Shake”

INGREDIENTS:

500ml fresh milk

3-4 cubes of melting chocolate

4-5 big scoops of vanilla ice cream

whipped cream

 

3 medium glasses

3 orange bendable straws

small paint brush

 

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE INGREDIENTS© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

 

ASSEMBLING:

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE STEP1-4© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

~  Melt your chocolate in short bursts inside your microwave.  Be careful not to burn your chocolate.  Using your small paint brush apply your melted chocolate inside your glass to create  your personalized ghost expressions.  Set it aside to set, if you want you can chill the decorated glasses inside your fridge.

~  In your blender jug, pour in your milk.

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA MILKSHAKE STEP5-8© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

~  Add in your scoops of vanilla ice cream, cover the blender jug with lid and whizz it till well combine.  Fill up your glasses leaving a 1 inch clearance on top.

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA STEP9© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

~  Pipe in your whipped cream on top, it’s up to you what hairdo style you want for your ghosts.

BOO-LICIOUS VANILLA STEP10© BUSOG! SARAP! 2011

~  Place in your bendable straws and immediately serve to your awaiting little ghouls!

 

NOTES:

  • You can transform this to a thick shake by having more vanilla ice cream than fresh milk.
  • It is cheaper to make your own whipped cream, here’s my own version of Vanilla Whipped Cream Recipe.   Just use a big round tip piping nozzle when you pipe your whipped cream on top of the glasses
  • You can drizzle some strawberry topping syrup on top to have that bleeding effect.
  • Using different shaped glasses give the ghost milkshakes more individual personalities.

1 comment:

  1. Good idea for painting the chocolate first. We also like the rest of what you have created.

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