Have you tried a freakshake?June 17, 2016
You can’t be good all of the time and when it comes to freakshakes there really are no half measures. Start with a monster dollop of ice cream, add lashings of milkshake then stack those sweet treats as high as you dare!
Here’s two excessively tasty concoctions to get you started!
- Strawberry milkshake
- Strawberry sauce
- Prosecco gummies
- Squirty cream
- Waffle fingers
- Iced strawberry donut
Mint Chocolate freakshake…
- Chocolate milkshake
- Chocolate sauce
- Chocolate filled donut
- Waffle fingers
- Squirt cream
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A fashionable and fun way to serve tall drinks for big thirsts at parties and get-togethers, our glass jam jar-style Kilner® Drinking ‘tankards’ are as fantastic for serving cool drinks at summer parties as they are for a glass of something mulled on chilly nights.
One for the grown ups…
Try our Limoncello Cheesecake Milkshake, perfect for adult-only freakshakes!
- 3 strips candied lemon peel or zest of 1 lemon, thinly peeled and 50g caster sugar
- 75g lemon cheesecake
- 75g vanilla ice cream
- 75g clotted cream
- 50ml limoncello
- 1 tsp Star Kay White Lemon Extract
- If making your own candied peel, cut the lemon peel into thin strips and place in a small saucepan with half the sugar. Cover with boiling water and boil for 2 minutes.
- Remove from the heat, lift out the peel with a slotted spoon and pat dry with kitchen roll. Place on baking parchment and coat in the remaining sugar.
- Leave the peel in a warm place to dry out overnight, or bake at 110°C/Gas ¼ for 1 hour.
- Place the cheesecake, ice cream, clotted cream, limoncello and lemon extract in a blender and whizz until smooth, or add the ingredients to a large jug and use a stick blender.
- Serve straight away garnished with candied peel.
- For a non-alcoholic milkshake, swap the limoncello for 50ml milk.