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Cereal Milk Milkshakes

I shared a photo of these cereal milk milkshakes on my Instagram a few weeks ago, but this is one of my favorite milkshakes, so I thought I would add the recipe here on the blog since I’m going to be making it for a few friends later tonight! Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary I totally forgot that fruity cereal smells so fucking good! I swear it smells like unicorn farts, which I would think smell delicious!Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary

 

But seriously, I’m not a big fan of cereal – I never liked how milk would make it soggy – but the taste of cereal milk is awesome and it’s pretty awesome in this milkshake! Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary I was inspired by rice krispies treats, so I coated the rims of the glasses in marshmallow fluff then rolled them in fruity cereal. You can roll the rims in whichever cereal you like! I then took a rice krispies treat and coated the top of it in more marshmallow fluff and more cereal, stuck it on a skewer, and stuck it in the glass. The recipe for the milkshake itself is below.

 

Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary

Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary This could either be a fun weekend splurge for breakfast or a splurge dessert – which would you prefer? 

Splurge for breakfast or dessert with this cereal milk milkshake made with cereal-soaked milk, rice krispies treats, and a lot of marshmallow fluff! // Salty Canary

Cereal Milk Milkshakes

Yield: 3
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Cereal Milk Milkshakes

Ingredients

  • 4 cups of vanilla ice cream
  • 2 cups of milk - more than usual because a lot will get soaked up by the cereal.
  • 2 cups of Fruit Loops, divided - same some for the top!
  • 1 cup Fruity Pebbles
  • Rice Krispy treats
  • 3/4 cup Marshmallow Fluff

Instructions

  1. Start by soaking your cereal in the milk. Combine the 2 cups milk and 1.5 cups of the Fruit Loops in a bowl and let them soak in the fridge for 20-30 minutes.
  2. As the cereal soaks, spread marshmallow fluff on the rims of the glasses and immediately roll them in Fruity Pebbles.
  3. Next, take your rice krispies treats and skewer them. Then add more marshmallow fluff to the tops and roll them in Fruity Pebbles.
  4. If you're going to make your own whipped cream, do so now.
  5. When your cereal is done soaking, strain it through a colander and REMEMBER TO SAVE THE MILK! Then combine your ice cream and your milk in your blender and blend on medium.
  6. Pour the milkshake into each glass, top with whipped cream, and extra cereal as garnish.
  7. Don't forget your straw!
 

And check out a few of my other fun milkshakes: Circus Cookies Milkshake, Cookie Dough Milkshake, or an Oreo Cookie Milkshake!

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