Candy Corn Oreo Milkshake

by Jamie on October 28, 2013

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Candy Corn Oreos and vanilla ice cream combine to create a deliciously festive Halloween Oreo Milkshake.

I’ve never been one to wholeheartedly dive into the Halloween season. Let’s face it, I’m a giant pansy when it comes to all things filled with fright. Scary movies? Heck to the no – I still have nightmares from the one time I watched a Freddy Krueger movie through the cracks of my fingers in middle school. Haunted houses? Um, no thank you. I definitely didn’t pass them up in high school out of fear of looking uncool, but I most certainly walked through them with my eyes closed while clutching on to the person in front of me.

I also don’t get into Halloween decor. There’s just something about faux spider webs and fanged bats that simply doesn’t appeal to me – at all. Instead, I opt for neutral fall decor, complete with mercury glass pumpkins and loads fall scented candles from Bath & Body Works. Call me boring – I’m totally okay with the that!

I’ll tell what I do get into – cute Halloween treats like Candy Corn Oreo Truffles, Spooktacular Halloween Candy Jars, and Candy Corn Oreo Milkshakes served up in festive, jack-o’-lantern mugs!

This Oreo Milkshake is the perfect way to celebrate trick-or-treat with your kiddos. And if you’re not feeling the whole Candy Corn Oreo thing – pick up the jack-o’-lantern glass clings for your milk glasses and served up Cake Mix Cookies.

Information

- Jack-o’-Lantern Glass Clings by Martha Stewart can be purchased from Amazon and shipped Prime – so they’ll be to you by Halloween!
- Glass Mugs were purchased from Cost Plus World Market.

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Oreo Milkshake Recipe

October 28th, 2013

Yield: 2 servings

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups quality vanilla ice cream

6 Candy Corn Oreos

2/3 cup milk

whipped cream (optional)

festive Halloween sprinkles (optional)

Directions:

In the pitcher of a blender, combine ice cream, Oreos and milk; blend until smooth. If desired, top with whipped cream and Halloween sprinkles.

Notes:

- We prefer our milkshakes on the thicker side. Adjust the level of milk to suite your milkshake preference.
- Recipe doubles well - 4 serving are shown in the photo.
- Want an adult twist? Add in an ounce or two of vanilla or whipped cream vodka!

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avatar Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes October 29, 2013 at 1:04 pm

Drooling!!! This looks amazing!

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