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Vampire Milkshake – A Beautiful Mess


Spooky season is my favorite season ever! Today, let’s celebrate with a vampire milkshake! It’s strawberries with fake blood and plastic vampire teeth… Are you there? I have plenty of room in my heart for new recipes, and this vampire-themed milkshake is exactly the kind of silly fun I need right now. Now, who wants to rewatch? twilight With me *Entire room raises hands.*

More Halloween Recipes: Halloween Cupcakes, Spider Bite Cocktails, Pumpkin Spice Latte, Halloween Jello Shots, Halloween Cake Popsicles.

Ingredients in Strawberry Vampire Milkshake

  • Vanilla ice cream – Creamy vanilla ice cream is the perfect milkshake base.
  • Strawberry syrup – This will flavor your ice cream as well as turn it pink.
  • Milk – You can use any type of milk you have available.
  • Red gel – Optimal bright red vampire blood (trust me). Bonus points for Sparkle gel.
  • whipped cream – the usual!
  • Sprinkles – Red or black to stay on topic.
  • Maraschino cherry -The bright red kind!
  • Note: I also used white chocolate syrup to decorate the inside of the mug, but as you can see in the pictures, it didn’t have much of an effect on the look, so you can skip that if you want.

You will also need some Plastic vampire teeth If you want to go all in (and you obviously do or you wouldn’t be here). that’s it Milk glasses And Paper straws I used.

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In a blender, mix ice cream, strawberry syrup and milk. Add a drop of red food coloring if you want a very intense pink color.

Pour the milkshake into two glasses.

Use icing gel to create a blood-inspired edge. This icing has a very good body and will stay in place very well for you!

After the blood rim is complete, add a dollop of whipped cream to the top of the milkshake and some sprinkles and cherries. Serve immediately with straw and spoon. Enjoy!!

Tips for making

  • Icing gel is perfect for edging because it stays in place well. I tried this with strawberry syrup and it was too runny.
  • If you don’t have a set of Milk glassesThey’re great for milkshakes, smoothies, and classic soda drinks – like root beer.
  • Another fun decorating idea for this drink would be Vampire teeth candy.

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directions

  • In a blender, mix ice cream, strawberry syrup and milk. Add a drop of red food coloring if you want a very intense pink color.

  • Pour the milkshake into two glasses.

  • Use icing gel to create a blood-inspired edge. This icing has a very good body and will stay in place very well for you!

  • After the blood rim is complete, add a dollop of whipped cream to the top of the milkshake and some sprinkles and cherries. Serve immediately with straw and spoon. Enjoy!!

Notes

  • Icing gel is perfect for edging because it stays in place well. I tried this with strawberry syrup and it was too runny.
  • If you don’t have a set of Milk glassesThey’re great for milkshakes, smoothies, and classic soda drinks – like root beer.
  • Another fun decorating idea for this drink would be Vampire teeth candy.

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Nutritional facts

Vampire milkshake

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*Percent Daily Values ​​are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

Note: Nutrition is automatically calculated using Spoonacular, for your convenience. Where appropriate, we recommend using your own nutrition calculations.



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