My youngest child is all girl. She was putting on lipstick before she could walk and talk and wears more jewelry than I do. She loves to put on fancy princess outfits, diamonds, a beautiful crown and declare she is a princess. I eat up every little bit of it, knowing she's growing up way too fast. If only I could stop time and cherish every single bit of her. She was born sweet. She is kind, loving, and compassionate. I visited her school yesterday for parent teacher conferences and ran into her in the hallway. She must have told me she loved me at least 15 times in that brief moment. She reminds of Cinderella and that's who she begs to dress up as every single Halloween.
I have thrown many Cinderella birthday parties but she is requesting another one this year. Since freakshakes are all the rage right now, I thought it would be fun to have her friends make their own at her party. A Princess Cinderella FreakShake will be her dream come true. She has spent more time in the dentist chair than all of my other kids combined...unfortunately she LOVES sugar. This Princess Cinderella Milkshake is definitely inspired by her.
So what is a freakshake? It's basically making a milkshake into a whimsical treat. We eat with our eyes first so it's creating something that you can't wait to dig into. They became popular in New York City and we even tried to eat one the last time we visited but the line was 2 hours long and wrapped around the building. I decided to make mine at home!
This Princess Cinderella Freak Shake is made by layering white vanilla milkshake and teal colored shake (thank you food coloring) into a large glass. It is topped with a slice of white wedding cake (because ice cream and cake go together like PB & J). Large marshmallows and pretzel rods are dipped into melted white melting wafers and sprinkled with teal sparkling sugar. White frosting is used to spread around the edge of the glass and teal sixlets candy are placed along the edge. The frosting acts as a glue, when wet, so the sixlets adhere to the glass. It looks like Cinderella blue pearls all along the glass. Small crowns can be placed on top for a pretty Cinderella freakshake.
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Teal Food Coloring
- Vanilla Frosting
- Teal Sixlets Candies
- Pretzel Rods
- Large Marshmallows
- White Melting Wafers
- Teal Sparkling Sugar
- White Birthday Cake
- Whipped Cream optional
- Spread white frosting onto rim of glass, several inches down. Working quickly, press sixlets candies onto frosting to adhere.
- Heat white melting wafers according to package instructions. Dip pretzels and marshmallows into melted wafers. Sprinkle with teal sparkling sugar. Let set up. Put a straw through each marshmallow.
- In blender, mix ice cream and small amount of milk.
- Pour half of milkshake into bowls. Add a few drops of teal food coloring and mix well.
- Layer white vanilla milkshake and teal milkshake into glasses.
- Top with slice of white birthday cake.
- Place pretzels and marshmallows standing up in shake.
- Top with optional whipped cream.
- Serve immediately.
I've partnered with some amazingly talented food bloggers who made their own Disneyland inspired freak shakes. If you are a Disney lover or if you are just looking for creative shake ideas for your next party, you need to check out these fabulous freakshakes:
Mickey Mouse freak shake from Liz on Call
Beauty and The Beast freak shake from Pink Cake Plate
It's A Small World freak shake from Kleinworth & Co.
Jungle Cruise freak shake from My Name is Snickerdoodle
Big Thunder Mountain freak shake from Around My Family Table
Moana freak shake from A Night Owl Blog
Cinderella freak shake from Modern Honey
Dumbo Circus freak shake from Make Life Lovely
Belle freak shake from See Vanessa Craft
I can't wait to see your creations! Tag me at @modern_honey or use hashtag #modernhoney so I can see your fabulous freak shakes!