March 31, 2012

Robin Eggs Malted Milkshake

This is the perfect recipe to have on hand for Easter.  Whether you want to make it right now with the Robin Eggs you already have.  Or if you want to make it after Easter with the extra bags lying around.  Or even if you want to stock up after Easter when the bags are on sale for dirt cheap, then you could make this all year long!  

I recommend making it now, later, the next day and the day after that! It is seriously delicious.  It tastes even better than I imagined it would taste.  It has the malt flavor of a milkshake you would get at the Drive Inn and has the consistency of an M&M milkshake.         
Robin Eggs Malted Milkshake
2 c. vanilla ice cream
1/2 c. milk
1/2 c. crushed robin eggs (or a little more)
whipped cream

Add ice cream and milk to your blender.  Pulse until desired consistency.  Add crushed robin eggs (reserving some for garnish).  Pulse until blended.  Pour into a glass.  Top with whipped cream and remaining crushed robin eggs and serve immediately. Yield: one milkshake.


Jenn's Notes: I used low-fat vanilla ice cream and that's it - this was delicious!

15 comments:

  1. Looks SO yummy, and so pretty too! Perfect for spring!

    MGM

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  2. Wow, great idea! Looks amazing! Love malt. :)

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  3. This is a recipe after my own heart! Thank you so much for sharing! I'm pinning it right away so I can make it tomorrow (because, lucky me, I have all the ingredients!).

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  4. This looks so yummy! Thank you for sharing the simple recipe. Will have to make one sometime. Stopping by from Sew Can Do.

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  5. These not only look delicious, but beautiful too! Thanks for sharing at Beautify It Monday!

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  6. My daughter (and I) would LOVE this!

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  7. Jenn, just found your blog yesterday thanks to Our Best Bites. I love it! I'm working my way backwards through your posts and have found so many recipes to try :) Don't think I'll get to make this milkshake this year but it looks REALLY good and I'm sure it's delicious.

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  8. This shake looks amazing! We love malted robin eggs at Easter! We hope you'll be back to our "Strut Your Stuff Saturday". We loved having you! -The Sisters

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  9. I just wanted to let you know that I featured your recipe on my blog today as a featured project at my *Get Creative* linky party. I co-hosted last week with {Wow Me} Wednesday at Ginger Snap Crafts, and I found your project there.
    You can find your feature, a brag button, and a creative linky party here...
    http://www.justalittlecreativity.com/2012/04/get-creative-party-7-and-some-mighty.html
    Thanks so much!
    Molly

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  10. I think I have pinned every one of your recipes!!=) You need a pin button.=) bellesbazaar-heather.blogspot.com

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    1. I know, huh? Every time I look into getting a pin button, I get distracted and then forget about it. I really need to figure it out. Thanks for all the pins! - Jenn

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  11. I love this! I'd like to invite you to link up on Saturday Spotlight @ Angels Homestead tomorrow. I'll be featuring Easter treats and crafts soon, and would love to enclude this in the collection.

    http://angelshomestead.com/

    Hope to see you there :)

    April

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