Cookie Monster Freakshakes #milkshake #drinks

Cookie Monster Freakshakes #milkshake #drinks

These Cookie Monster Freak Shakes are so fun and children will love them for a birthday party or only for its hell. The best part? You will have a hard time believing exactly that they are so natural to make!

Freak shakes truly enable you to bolster your innovative soul and simply go insane! It makes it feel An alright covering your milkshake glass in the same number of desserts as you potentially need.

So when I was reasoning of things I could improve the situation these Cookie Monster Freak Shakes I quickly bounced to Oreo treats, and obviously Chips Ahoy treats on the grounds that those two treats shout Cookie Monster to me.

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Cookie Monster Freakshakes #milkshake #drinks

Cookie Monster Freakshakes are fun blue milkshakes topped with Cookie Monster cookies and surrounded by chocolate chip cookie pieces!

  • 5 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • Reddi Whip whipped topping
  • Blue sprinkles
  • 6 Chips Ahoy cookies
  • 6 Oreo cookies
  • Blue gel food coloring I used sky blue- make sure you use the gel food coloring, the color is much more vibrant.
  • Chocolate frosting
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Parchment paper
  • Ziploc bag
  • 1 package of refrigerated Pillsbury sugar cookies
  • Vanilla or white frosting
  • Blue gel food coloring sky blue
  • Edible candy eyeballs

  1. Grab 6 of each type of cookie and put them in a large Ziploc bag. Crush the cookies by hand, but be careful you don't crunch them up too much. Otherwise, you'll be working with cookie dust.
  2. After you crush them up, lay out a piece of parchment paper and pour your cookie crumbles on to it. Spread them out evenly.
  3. Grab your milkshake glasses, your chocolate frosting, and a butter knife or rubber spatula and spread the frosting evenly around the top of the milkshake glasses. This creates the base for which your cookie crumbles will stick to. I found that by applying a thicker coat of frosting creates a better base for your cookie crumbles. If you don't have enough on there, you will have a less chance of success with this step. So load it on!
  4. Take your freshly frosted milkshake glass and lightly roll it in the cookie crumbles. Try not to press too hard otherwise it will smear the frosting on the glass and won't stick as well. Only roll the glass in the cookies once, then you can piece in any empty spots with more cookie crumbles where you see fit. You should have leftover cookie crumbles- set those aside because you will use those for the topping on the finished milkshake later.
  5. Go through and press in your cookie crumbles to make sure they stay in place. Take your blue sprinkles and sprinkle them over any other open-frosted spots on the glass. Piece them in and press them down slightly. Now that your cookie crumbles and sprinkles are on your milkshake glasses, pop them in the freezer for the remainder of the time it'll take you to make the shakes, allowing them to set and harden.
  6. Add your 5 scoops of vanilla ice cream and 1/2 cup milk to a blender.
  7. Then add your sky blue gel food coloring to the blender as well. It's best to add a small amount at first, and if you are unhappy with the color outcome, add a little more.
  8. Pour your cookie monster freak shake mixture into your chilled glasses. Add whip cream to the top.
  9. Top with your blue sprinkles and the leftover cookie crumbles.
  10. Add your adorable Cookie Monster cookies to the top of your milkshake (place in the middle). Don't forget a cute striped straw!

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