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Starburst Milkshake

starburst shake
May 16, 2022 217 view(s)
Starburst Milkshake
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Did you ever pick your favorite flavors out of the starburst sleeve? It’s ok, we all did. Now’s your chance to put those not so desired flavors to good use! Orange you glad? Me too. Now if the ornament cookies didn’t bring all the boys and girls to the yard, this milkshake surely will. You need 3 ingredients, a melting pan, and a blender. This creamsicle will make all your dreams come true. So really, it’s more appropriate name – the creamsicle.

Did you know?
This may come as a bit of a surprise, but in 1960 this fruity chewy burst came to life in the United Kingdom. The four original flavors; lemon, lime, orange, and strawberry were actually called ‘Opal Fruits’ back in the day. Coming to America 7 years later, changing the name to the infamous ‘Starburst’. Argumentatively, pink has been the winning best flavor hands down every time. As we know, there have been differing versions since the original starburst sleeve flavors, and even now come in a mini, unwrapped, sour and even jellybean flavors. MC Hammer is even a fan, so you know any fruit chew definitely can’t touch this.

 

Here’s what you’ll need:

Snackshop.com 2.07 oz Starburst (Tropical or regular) 10 Orange starburst candies
1/3 Cup of water
3 Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream (Personally I’d do Vanilla Bean) if you want the BEST version – Tillamook is where it’s at.
Reddi-wip for those who like a little adventure
 

Unwrap your bursts of star candies and add them to a small saucepan with your 1/3 cup of water. Melt the candies with medium heat with a whisk for the best mixed results. Now to be clear we’re just trying to burst the candy out of a solid state, no real-life explosions here - so drop it low.
Once you’ve reached that liquid, syrup-like state let it cool just a little; we still want it to be warm enough when we add to the ice cream mixture.
Time to blend our dreamsicle into a real-life dream.
Scoop the vanilla ice cream into the blender, and add the pour over (still warm) syrup. We don’t need additional milk or water because the syrup will slightly melt the ice cream down to a milkshake texture once blended. Blend away and pour into your cup of choice. We like our milk shaken, not stirred.


Don’t forget to top with (a lot of) whip cream; so, you can indeed ‘whip it, and whip it good’