I found this recipe for Cake Batter Milkshakes a couple of months ago on Cooking Classy. I cannot say enough good things about this blog. Every recipe of hers that I have tried is amazing and her pictures are stunning. I love her presentation of the milkshake as much as I do the milkshake itself. As soon as I saw it, I knew I wanted to make it for my daughter’s 19th birthday, which is today.
The colors around the rim of the glass immediately reminded me of Jessica. She is all girl. I love that about her.
She loves bows,
and flowers are one of her favorite things.
Fashion is her passion.
And her phone is her life.
She likes to cook,
and she loves her brothers.
She can sometimes be moody
or a bit of a drama queen,
and likes to be the star of the show.
But to us, she will always be our little girl.
Happy birthday, Jessica!
Cake Batter Milkshakes
2 c vanilla ice cream
- 1 c milk
- 1/2 c dry white cake batter (from a box mix)
- corn syrup
- Line rim of glass with a thin layer of corn syrup (plastic glasses do not work as the sprinkles won’t stick).
- Place rim upside down in a bowl of sprinkles.
- Let set while you make the milkshakes.
- Pour ice cream, milk, and cake batter powder into a blender. Blend until well mixed.
- Pour into glasses and enjoy. Makes approximately 2 milkshakes.
Recipe from Cooking Classy.