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Confetti Cake Milkshake from Sprinkles Bakes

Confetti Cake Milkshake from Sprinkles Bakes

Today is the last in my Frozen Fridays series, and I’m sharing an assortment of frozen beverages – milkshakes, cocktails, and other concoctions – that had me tracking down where we put the blender when we moved.

I hope you’ve enjoyed these roundups and have gotten some good ideas for your own kitchen adventures. I didn’t try nearly as many of the recipes as I would have liked, but that seems to be the story of my life.

{Frozen Fridays}

Frozen Beverages

  1. Almond Butter Banana Oatmeal Smoothie (from Cooking with Ruth)
  2. Cherry Lambic Milkshakes (from Love and Olive Oil)
  3. Confetti Cake Batter Milkshakes (skinny!) (from Sprinkles Bakes)
  4. Cookie Dough Milkshake (from My San Francisco Kitchen)
  5. Frosted Blueberry Lemonade (from Pinch of Yum)
  6. Iced Snickerdoodle Latte (from Feed Me Seymour)
  7. Kahlua Mudslides (from Sugar Dish Me)
  8. Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream Floats (from The Sugar Hit)
  9. Raspberry Colada Smoothie (from The Housewife in Training Files)
  10. Rice Krispie Treat Milkshake (from Beyond Frosting)
  11. Salted Caramel Bailey’s Milkshake With Vegan Irish Cream (from Spabettie)
  12. Skinny Mocha Frappuccino – Starbucks copycat recipe (from Healthy Sweet Eats)
  13. Strawberry Almond Smoothie (from Healthy Recipe Ecstasy)
  14. Strawberry Riesling Slushies (from Annie’s Eats)
  15. Toasted Marshmallow Peanut Butter Milkshake (from Honey and Birch)
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