Mini Milkshake Shooters


A few weeks ago I was scheming up signature drink ideas for a clients wedding when bam! My ridiculous summer of 2011 ice cream addiction finally came to good use. And I thought to myself, how adorable would Mini Milkshake Shooters be? (Rimmed with semi-sweet chocolate, colourful sprinkles, topped with marshmallows and adorned with a pretty striped straw of course). My sweet partner in crime Jenna and I got right to work, making way too big of a mess and having way too much fun creating these little gems that turned out perfect. Keeping in line with my latest goal of presenting you with content that’s applicable to all areas of life how absolutely sweet would these be at a birthday party for your kids or even a New Year’s Eve party with metallic dragees and a little splash of Kahlua? Pretty sweet, blogettes. Pretty sweet. Enjoy the tastiness! xoxo

{Supplies}

• mini parfait or shot glasses
• an ice cream scoop or spoon
• a blender or shake maker
• semi sweet baking chocolate
• sprinkles in desired colour
• optional; striped straws
• waffle or sugar cones

To rim your glasses you’ll need to melt about 2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips in a double boiler until the chocolate is a liquid (make sure it doesn’t burn and see the photos below!) Once you rim your glasses with the melted chocolate and cover in sprinkles (the same way you would rim a margarita or bloody mary glass) pop them into the freezer for 5-10 minute so the chocolate can harden up. If the chocolate on the rim is too thick it will start to run down the glass and not look so pretty.

Uhm yum. Edy’s you are so so naughty.

Hello marshie fluff! It’s nice to see you. From there you’re ready to make your milkshake. Lemme just point out that we tried to roast the mini marshmallows on the grill as the recipe we found called for toasted marshmallows (see the recipe here via Joy the Baker) but we weren’t very successful. Minis are hard to toast and my patience was running thin that day (hello! I just wanted to drink these things STAT) So we ditched the toasted idea and substituted in marshmallow fluff. Good choice, Rhi.


Once your mini glasses are rimmed, the chocolate has hardened, and the shake blended, get ready to pour! Remember to pour nice and carefully! If your milkshake touches the sprinkles on the rims, the colour will start to run, the milkshake will turn tye dye and the sprinkles will start to lose their colours. Depending on how thick the milkshake is you can use a funnel to get the perfect portion of milkshake into each glass too. But clearly I had no such patience.


Pop in your straws, garnish with some marshies and a piece of waffle cone and ready for some serious awesomeness?


And here’s a pic I took of Jenna holding a little shooter. Funny enough I called Jenna just minutes before she got to my house to tell her I had just gotten my nails done for the shoot. I was so excited to show her my new teal nails and just knew the colour would look super rad in the photos. And then she showed me her nails. And we laughed. And snacked on mini marshmallows together. I’m telling you we have just way too much fun. And we apparently share a brain. Happy Monday loves!


P.S. Pizzazzerie featured our little shoot today! Head over to check it out here. And leave us some love :) xoxo

110 comments on Mini Milkshake Shooters

  1. Margaret on

    I love love love it!

  2. Wow Rhi!! These are so gorgeous and delicious I’m sure!! So jealous of you two, wish I could join in these girlie parties, hehe. x

  3. Alicia on

    omg so cute! Love it – and the nails!

  4. aaa, these are going to be so perfect when I come to your brandy new house for a blogette sleepover! (what, you didn’t know of that plan?;)) But seriously, this is so perfect for our sleepover.

    Congrats on the Pizzazzerie feature! I love the little piece of ice cream cone – those little details make me so happy. Lovin the nails, too, ladies.

  5. Lena on

    Stop it. I can’t handle all this milkshake-y, chocolate rim magic sprinkle business. It’s just too good.

  6. WOW! They’re as pretty as I’m sure they are delicious!!! You really do have the magic touch…everything you do is simply gorgeous!

  7. Neallie on

    LOVE this! I think this is one of the cutest DIY ideas I’ve ever seen, and I have the perfect little birthday party coming up to use this for!

  8. Lindsay on

    These look amazing!!

  9. Lisa on

    Um, my nails are that exact same color. Hey Gorg connection much? :) I LOVE this idea, and I am going to make them as soon as I get a good excuse to…like maybe the fact that today is Monday? I’d better go buy some ice cream!! xoxo

  10. Such a cute idea!! I love the sprinkles around the edge :) I’m doing root beer floats like this too!

  11. Natalie on

    OMG! How adorable are you?!?!?! I la la la love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I might have to steal this for the little guy’s next birthday bash. And I’m totally digging the polish. You girls are all “matchy matchy!”

  12. ohmygoodness gracious how I love this!! So sweet and cute and yep, I’m drooling. Such a seriously amazing idea, Rhi!!

  13. cindy on

    love it! i’m a big fan of those sprinkle rimmed glasses AND that creamy green polish…as you know!

  14. Holly on

    This is probably the cutest thing that I have EVER seen! :)

  15. Such a cute idea, Rhi! I seriously love it. I’m going to have to pin this one under my favorite wedding food and drink ideas. Because, this is too cute! Lovely presentation!

    xoxo, chrissy
    The Perfect Palette

  16. ashley on

    ohhh my goodness, these look amazing! and so cute! definitely including in this week’s link love!
    xo

  17. Nicole on

    Just seeing these pictures make me happy! Y’all make such a good team! She takes gorgeous photographs!

  18. Emilee on

    ummm do YOU every sleep missy?! I seriously admire you so much and all your craftiness – keep up the awesome work Rhi!

  19. Courtney on

    Love this! And the matching nails :)

  20. Love, love, love! Great minds think alike ;) Coffee soon, please.

  21. Lori on

    These are adorable and can be used for any event ~ what a great idea Rhi ~ love how you rimmed the glasses ~ it just adds that something extra special.

  22. Jess on

    These are so creative and fun! I will probably have to steal this idea at some point! Now I just have to find the perfect glasses!

  23. These look SO delicious…mmm yum!!

  24. These are seriously the cutest ever and as soon as I saw them on Pizzazzerie, I wanted a milk shake! Also I wear my wedding rings like yours. People tell me I have them backwards all the time!

  25. Zabdy on

    These look delicious!!

  26. Olivia on

    What a tasty idea!
    I just love the pictures — so gorgeous!
    Thanks for sharing :)
    xoxo
    Olivia

  27. Super cute! What a darling {scrumptious} idea!

  28. AAAHHHHH! Why am I not in Michigan to do fun stuff like this with you! RAGE! I love this idea! So cute! Love ya!!!

  29. I’ll take 3, please! First time commenter, long time admirer. Love love love everything about this post – the drool worthy pics, the retro blender, the pretty blue dress and the lovely manicure.

  30. Elsie J on

    These are sooooo darling. I love it!

  31. Kristen on

    Oh yummy & so darling!

  32. this is really darling. I love ice cream too and i think I’m going to stash this idea away for when I through a bridal shower (or even a baby shower with pink and blue sprinkles!) xo

  33. Meg on

    Gracious! You are too clever, little one! LOVE THIS! Can I have one? :) hehe

    MEGAN LAND
    xx

  34. These are so cute & so festive!!! I LOVE your nail polish too! So cute

  35. Oh my gosh – so much cuteness and yumminess I can’t even stand it. These look like so much fun!

  36. These are so darling, I want some! I love how you do your own shoots. I need to get on board with my lazy bones ;)

  37. Okay stop it right now. These are the cutest things I’ve ever seen. You are sooo good at what you do! OMG. Can I please get married tomorrow so you can come help me plan it all. I’m pinning this right now!

  38. i love this and could do two shots at once! slurp slurp. very creative and so much fun :-)

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  40. These are the perfect late night wedding treat for an after-hours sugar rush! LOVE!

  41. Meagan on

    Those look yummy! :) Love the sprinkles & straws!

    p.s. What brand/name is your nail polish, I love the color!

  42. This is brilliant! Loving this I might have to have a party for one just so I can make these for myself! Cute!

  43. Um I just love it!!! so freakin perfect and I adore all the fun sprinkles and toppings since I am a sucker for details!!

  44. LOVE LOVE LOVE! so super cute!

    rhi, i seriously admire you girl!! you are such an inspiration to me and i love how passionate and driven you are!! xox

  45. sarah on

    These are the coolest, cutest things ever!!

  46. Vanessa on

    Oh yea! These are FABULOUS! My daughter wants them for her 16th birthday–so do I, actually I just want to have a party so I can make these :D

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  49. I love this!!! Such cute pictures too! Keep it up :)

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  52. Marisa on

    Does anyone know the name of the nail polish she’s wearing?

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  54. what a very cute idea for a baby shower or a childs party. thanks for the idea.. great work!

  55. gema on

    Yummy! I’m so doing this for my nephews….

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  57. My daughter’s will love this – so stealing it! Thanks for the great idea!

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  61. Oh yes, I love this idea ! It’s so cute !!!

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  63. carol Cohan on

    Love this great idea

  64. Cameo on

    I absolutely Love Love Love. I have to ask though, where did you get the straws? I can’t find any like that!

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  66. Danijela on

    Hello, this is my first time here. I saw link to your post at Addapinch.com and I had to check it out.
    I must say that your entire blog looks wonderful, and these pictures are great. Not to mention these cute glass and the recipe, why I stopped by in the first place. Great work!
    I think you got a regular visitor with this one. :)

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  71. Thank you so much for this beautiful DIY idea! Had to share this with my readers!

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  75. Mryoshi1 on

    omg that look GOOD one day im going to eat that lol

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  79. These are absolutely adorable and a super fun idea! Too bad I just got married, otherwise I would have suggested these to my bridal party… I guess I’ll just have to make them for all of my girlfriends future weddings ;P

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  88. Elena on

    Love thiss!!!

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  90. Brook on

    Thank you for utilizing time in order to write “Mini Milkshake Shooters :
    : Hey Gorgeous, The Blog”. Thank you so much for a second time ,Dawn

  91. Nina on

    So cute! I see now that I missed out on a lot of things when I was a child. Would have definitely loved this.

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  95. Holly on

    Love these sprinkle rimmed glasses!

    However, it brings back memories of my brother as a child- when his big teeth started coming through he went through a phase of accidentally biting through the top of glasses whilst drinking (!).
    I would be careful about suggesting treats that might tempt children to chew on chocolate covered glass…

    Perhaps one to keep for the adults (shame!)

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  100. Alycia on

    That looks good I’m gonna try it

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