Cupcake Shake Shooters

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I’m Alli and I blog over at Cupcake Diaries. I love to cook, bake, throw parties, and tell all about it on my blog! I’m a mom of two young boys so my recipes tend to be quick, easy, and family-friendly. I love being the hostess and sharing my culinary creations with others. I’d love for you to stop by and introduce yourself! You can connect with me on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Bloglovin’, and Google+!

 

I love to throw birthday parties. Whether it’s a classic birthday party theme or Dr. Seuss, I’m all over it and loving it. Recently I decided to step away from the traditional cake and ice cream for a birthday party and combined the two to make one delicious dessert. Enter Cupcake Shake Shooters!

These babies are a combination of ice cream and a cupcake, served up in a baby food jar. I love how fun these are to display and, better yet, to drink! They’re so creamy and delicious, and a fun spin on the classic birthday dessert. The baby food jars are just the right size for kids.

Cupcake Shake Shooters are also a great way to use up leftover cupcakes from a party that had cupcakes for dessert!

View the recipe below as a measurement guide then take it away with your own preferences. Combine different flavors of cupcakes with your favorite ice cream for incredibly delicious little shooters. You could also use chocolate chips, candy, etc. for garnish on the whipping cream. (Am I the only one who wants one of these right now?)

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Cupcake Shake Shooters

makes 4 shooters

  • 1 frosted cupcake
  • 3 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 1/4 c. milk
  • whipping cream
  • sprinkles

Combine the cupcake, ice cream, and milk in the blender. Pour into four empty (and clean) baby food jars up and over where it curves, leaving a little space for whipping cream. Top with whipping cream and sprinkles. Enjoy!

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