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Celebrate SPRING with these outrageous mini milkshakes! The weather is warming up making it the perfect time for a creamy, cool treat. We still have a few weeks of Winter left but you can’t tell from the weather, Spring is certainly in the air. My family and I spent this beautiful warm weekend in the local park throwing around a football and flying my son’s drone. The drone unfortunately didn’t make it back home, the trees got it, but we had a blast anyway. We spent Saturday evening at home making milkshakes and catching up on movies.

Everyone in my family LOVES milkshakes, they’re the perfect delicious dessert to make at home. Smaller portions are the way to enjoy indulgent treats like these without too much guilt. I used 8 ounce glasses to limit portion sizes. Lots of fresh fruit and a little decadent treat on top like a mini doughnut or a macaron make these milkshakes fun, colorful and delicious.


I stopped by my local Walmart and picked up a few cartons of Blue Bunny® ice cream (check out the Blue Bunny® ice cream flavors here), some fruit and some other delicious sweet treats.

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

Even before you get it home you can see how delicious Blue Bunny® ice cream is through the new, clear containers.

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

I picked up Blue Bunny® Cherrific Cheesecake for my daughter who loves everything cherry flavored. For my son I grabbed Blue Bunny® Mint Chocolate Chip and for my husband and I Blue Bunny® Homemade Vanilla was the best choice.

Here’s how we made our delicious mini milkshakes at home:

Melt a half cup of store bought  frosting (we used vanilla) for about 6 seconds in the microwave. Dip the rim of your glass in the melted frosting then into sprinkles. Let this dry for about 10 minutes while you blend your mini milkshakes.

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

Blend a half cup of ice cream with some 2% milk and pour into 8 ounce glasses. Decorate the mini milkshakes with skewers of fruit, a cube of pound cake or brownie, even a mini chocolate doughnut.

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

We set out a bunch of fun treats so everyone could pick and choose their favorite flavors and toppings. How do you like to shake up your mini milkshake? Let me know in the comments below and visit Blue Bunny® for more great Spring Ice Cream ideas!

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

mini milkshakes America's best food blog

outrageous mini milkshakes with Blue Bunny® ice cream

Demetra Overton
We used a blender with individual cups to speed up milkshake making. Just rinse the blade thoroughly between milkshakes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • Your favorite flavor of ice cream
  • 2 % milk
  • Your favorite toppings:
  • frosting
  • sprinkles
  • Whipped cream
  • Strawberries
  • chocolate chips
  • cherries
  • macarons
  • bananas
  • mini doughnuts
  • pound cake


  • Prepare your glass by dipping the rim in melted frosting and sprinkles. Let the frosting dry for a few minutes to set up
  • Blend a 1/2 cup of ice cream with enough 2% milk to make it pour-able
  • Pour your milkshake into prepared glasses
  • Top with whipped cream
  • Skewer some fruit and a little cake and ENJOY!



4 Comments on Make these OUTRAGEOUS mini milkshakes with Blue Bunny® ice cream

  1. Ava
    March 7, 2016 at 8:03 pm (8 years ago)

    Oh my goodness these milkshakes look amazing! I cannot wait to have them and I love macarons I would definitely put strawberries and macarons on top of my milkshake and then make these tonight

    • Demetra Overton
      March 8, 2016 at 2:13 am (8 years ago)

      Thanks so much for reading, Ava. Please send me a picture of your outrageous milkshake.

  2. Michelle
    March 1, 2016 at 1:48 pm (8 years ago)

    Outragous is the word! These look so good! My mom loves a good milkshake.

    • Demetra Overton
      March 1, 2016 at 2:07 pm (8 years ago)

      Thanks so much, Michelle! We really had fun with these, I have to say. We kept the milkshakes small and using lots of fruit so we can enjoy an outrageous treat once in a while.


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