"A festive milkshake that's only 4 ingredients: creamy ice cream, rich cake mix, milk, and festive sprinkles."
I don’t know where it’s coming from, but for the past few weeks I’ve been all about the cool treats – ice cream, cheesecakes, you name it.
These days sugar just seems to taste better chilled. Maybe it’s because Phoenix has been enjoying some unseasonably warm weather, to the point where I can’t remember the last time I had to put on a jacket, and if you’ve read this far I know more than half of you are probably shooting daggers at me with your eyes.
I know the east coast just got a little more snow.
I’m sure it doesn’t help to know that I’m a little bit jealous of all your snow, and not just because it’s entirely likely that me and my frozen dessert obsession would be up for making snow ice cream.
But in all seriousness, if I could pack up some of this sunshine and send it your way, I totally would.
Especially when summer rolls around and it’s 120 degrees here. When I feel like I might melt just by walking to my car, I’d be more than happy to send a degree to 10 your way.
So, where was I?
In addition to chilled desserts, I’m all about the funfetti lately – all those bright colors go a long way in bringing warm thoughts of spring and summer.
I know the weather has been a little unpredictable lately, so I’ll keep my fingers crossed that you’ll soon be spending your weekend like me, hanging out on your pack porch with your dogs and leisurely sipping on a funfetti cake batter milkshake.
Please don’t hate me! xoxo
Funfetti Cake Batter Milkshake
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- 3/4 cup milk
- 1/2 cup funfetti cake mix you can also use vanilla
- sprinkles any type
- In a blender, combine vanilla ice cream, milk, and cake mix. Blend until smooth, about 2-3 minutes. Gently fold in more sprinkles, if desired.
- Pour milkshake in a glass. For a more festive look, add more sprinkles to the top of the milkshake. Serve immediately.
Recipe adapted from Wine and Glue.