Who wants a freakshake recipe? Well, you’re in luck because I’m giving you three freakshake recipes!
I have been looking for a good excuse to create some freakshakes for you all, and what better occasion than the freakiest of holidays? Halloween.
The fun of creating freakshakes doesn’t lie in following recipes, it’s more about getting creative and seeing just how ridiculous you can be before the whole thing collapses.
After a lot of research (tough gig right?), I have come to the conclusion that you don’t want to be topping a super sweet milkshake with all this spooky goodness; it’s just gross if it is.
All of these freakshakes are basically just milk and a bit of flavour; plus the ghoulish treats on top.
· Strawberry topping
· Chocolate topping
· A selection of colourful and creepy lollies (I got mine from Kmart)
· Wafer straws
· Whipped cream
· Glass milk bottles
· Wooden BBQ skewers
· Permanent marker
This one is a cute idea for kids who are a bit younger and don’t really need their milk flavoured. All you need to do is draw a face on your bottle and fill it with milk. Next, top it with whipped cream, a wafer straw and some lollies on a skewer.
Bloody Eyeball Stew
I love how gross this one is. To create this mess of a drink, first put your strawberry syrup in the milk bottle and let it drip all around the internal edges. Now fill it with milk up to the lower neck and top with eyeballs and whipped cream. Lastly, drizzle some more strawberry syrup on top and watch it ooze down the bottle. *Not suitable for parents who can’t handle the mess.
Chocolate Skullnut Surprise
This creepy concoction is a meal and a half in itself. All you need to do to create this mammoth snack is line a milk bottle with chocolate syrup, pour the milk in and pop a donut on top using a straw to hold it on. Stick some jelly skulls and whatever else you fancy onto the donut and enjoy!