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What is there not to love about Peeps?!
Seriously I have written in the past about my adoration for this sweet, sugary colorful marshmallow candy treat. I even make a Peeps Cake for Easter every year for our family. Why? Because I have passed on my love for all things Peeps to them, too.
So I thought what better way to enjoy Peeps and milkshakes right now, then to combine the two. Therefore, in doing so to make the perfect Peeps Candy Milkshake for our whole family to enjoy.Looking for a fun, kid friendly Easter or Spring drink recipe? Then you need to make my Peeps Milkshake Recipe for your family now.Click To Tweet
This Peeps Candy Milkshake is so colorful. It is seriously perfect for Easter and spring time. Plus, it tasty and pretty easy to make, too!
Start out by making a simple milkshake and then just decorate the glass to make it look candy-liciously perfect.
Candy and milkshake lovers rejoice!
Do you want to make Peeps Candy Milkshake for your family?
Then, just follow allow below with my step-by-step recipe instructions now.
Peeps Candy Milkshake Recipe for Easter
- 1 C. Vanilla Ice Cream
- ¼ C. Milk
- ½ tsp. Lemon extract
- 2-4 tbsp. Frosting
- 1 package Peeps
- Any other Easter candy of your choice
- Whipped cream
- Add ice cream, milk and lemon extract in a blender. Combine until smooth. Add more milk if it’s too thick to blend.
Put it together:
- Using a knife or spatula, ice the rim of a glass.
- Use the icing as glue to stick on candy around the rim.
- Pour milkshake into glass.
- Top with whipped cream.
- Add more candy, using skewers to keep them upright.
There you have it an easy and fun way for all kids to enjoy Peeps this upcoming spring with Peeps Candy Milkshake Recipe.
WHAT ARE SOME FUN WAYS YOUR AND YOUR KIDS ENJOY PEEPS AS A FAMILY?
WILL YOU TRY THIS Peeps Candy Milkshake FOR THE SPRING and/or Easter?
NOW, TELL ME IN THE COMMENTS…