Friday, August 10, 2012

Cupcake Milkshakes + Giveaway Winners

First off, not gonna keep y'all waiting - the winners of my giveaway are...

I will be emailing y'all shortly (and maybe even tweeting)! Congratulations and thank you to everyone who entered and for helping me get where I am today. I love being able to share my love of food!

Speaking of love of food...
I have been stalking following Kristan from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen's blog since I started blogging. I love her sense of humor. She posts the most delicious looking treats. She started a super hilarious and sometimes informative website called That's What We Said with her bff, Shelly, of Cookies & Cups (another super amazing blog!). If you love to laugh and you love to drool over sweets, visit her blog (and Shelly's)!

I think this is actually the very first recipe I've made of Kristan's and that's really shocking to me. However, it couldn't have been a better recipe to start out with! I cannot express to you all just how much this tastes like a CUPCAKE in a glass. Oh my gawsh! I doubled the recipe for myself and put mine in a mason jar - 'cause I'm classy like that! Make it now! Make it! :)

What you need:
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp. Funfetti or white cake mix
  • 1/4 cup canned vanilla frosting
  • 1 cup vanilla ice cream
  • Sprinkles and whipped cream, for garnish
  1. Layer milk, cake mix, frosting, and then ice cream in blender.
  2. Blend until frothy.
  3. Pour into glass(es) and garnish with sprinkles and whipped cream.
Recipe from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen


Unknown said...

I have made these before and they are to die for! I saw some funfetti cake mix on sale the other day and bought 2 packages, just so I would have some for these shakes!

Anonymous said...

My daughter and I would love these. I would love if you could link this to Thursday Food Fest at I open Wed at 7pm. Hope to see you!

Unknown said...

My daughter has been begging for the birthday cake shake from Zaxby's lately. I'll just make one of these for her instead! Thanks for sharing!

Brittany said...

I need to make! They look mighty tasty!