Are you going to have a kids party? Then you have to check these fun milkshakes for children’s parties. I am sure little ones will love them! And not only little ones, the adults too!
A children’s party has a lot of details to prepare. There are many things to handle, and every detail must be thought with caution. Each of the things we put on the table should be special. Children like to be surprised.
That’s why we selected here some fun milkshakes for children’s parties recipes. I’m sure your little ones will be surprised!
Fun milkshakes for children’s parties recipes
Here you have some great ideas to prepare your fun milkshakes for children’s parties. Write down them and try.
- Pink food colouring to make frosting pink
- Vanilla extract
- Powdered sugar
- Rainbow sprinkles
- Whipping cream
- Vanilla ice cream
1) Place a bowl in the freezer for 10 minutes. Add 1 cup of whipped cream, 1 Tbsp. of powered sugar and 1 tsp of vanilla extract. Beat well. Put the preparation in a pastry bag with fancy tip.
2) Now you are going to tint your frosting pink. Take it to the fridge.
3) Place 1 1/4 cups of milk, 4 cups of vanilla ice cream, and 1 cup cookies in the blender. Beat at high speed.
4) Remove the frosting from the fridge and put some cookies.
5) Pour the milkshake into the cups and finish with the cream, extra biscuits and the frosting. Decorate with rainbow sprinkles.
This is one of the most fun milkshakes for children’s parties I have ever seen. I am sure this one is perfect to surprise your little ones in your upcoming party. Check out!
- 5 scoops vanilla ice cream
- Blue sprinkles
- Reddi Whip whipped topping
- 6 Oreo cookies
- 6 Chips Ahoy cookies
- Chocolate frosting
- Blue gel food colouring
- 1/2 cup milk
- Parchment paper
- Blue gel food colour
- 1 package of refrigerated Pillsbury sugar cookies
- Edible jumbo candy eyeballs
- Tub of white vanilla frosting
Note that this recipe makes 2 milkshakes. Then you have to multiply the ingredients for the number of guests.
- Take out your sugar cookies from the fridge and put them in the oven. Let them cook and let cool. Reserve them.
- Mix the blue food colouration with the white vanilla frosting. Place on top of the cookies and draw with a knife, creating ripples (as if it was the monster’s fur). Put edible eyes.
- Put 6 biscuits of each type in a ziploc bag. Crush them with your hand, but not too much. We do not want it to get powdery. We want small pieces, to give crispness to the milkshake.
- Put the cookies on a piece of parchment paper. Spread cookies evenly.
- Now place the milkshake cups, chocolate frosting, and a spatula on the kitchen countertop. Start by spreading the frosting on top of the cups evenly. It will be the basis for handling cookies. The higher the frosting layer, the better the cookies will cling.
- Spend cookies on frosting. Do not press too hard. Save the remains of cookies.
- Sprinkle blue sprinkles in open frosting places. Take it to the freezer.
- Put 5 scoops of ice cream in the blender and add 1/2 cup of milk.
- Add sky blue gel colouring (start putting small amounts)
- Pour into the glasses and add the whip cream on top.
- Finalize with blue sprinkles and cookies previously left over. Finally add your Monster cookies.
Now you have great fun milkshakes for children’s parties. Enjoy!