Chocolate Lucky Charms Milkshake

It’s National Cereal Day my friends and it’s March so it was kind of destiny to bring you all something made with Lucky Charms today. I’m sharing this Chocolate Lucky Charms Milkshake as a two for one recipe….celebrate both holidays with this delicious, super simple milkshake.
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I’ve never been a huge cereal fan but I can totally get behind it when it’s blended with ice cream. You just know it’s not going to be bad. It ends up tasting like the milk at the bottom of your cereal bowl in milkshake form. Chocolate Lucky Charms Milkshake 9

And a milkshake has to be topped with whipped cream if you ask me. The additional sprinkle of cereal on top added a yummy crunchy texture that I really enjoyed. 

When I thought this recipe up, I ran to the store to pick up some cereal and while browsing the aisle I saw that there is now a chocolate version of Lucky Charms so I immediately grabbed it. My kids are chocolate addicts so I knew that would be a huge hit with them.

If you can’t find the chocolate variety at your store, you could throw in a handful of chocolate chips or even replace the vanilla ice cream with chocolate. Or if you don’t like chocolate, go with the traditional Lucky Charms. Whatever floats your boat people.
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Speaking of options, if Lucky Charms aren’t your thing you could mix up this milkshake with any of your favorite cereals. Can you imagine this with Fruity Pebbles? I’m pretty sure that would be just as magical.

This milkshake would be the perfect way to end St. Patrick’s Day or Leprechaun’s Day as Noah likes to call it. He expects a leprechaun to come and cause mischief around the house like he did last year at preschool. So maybe you guys should remind me next week so I don’t crush any dreams.
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Lucky Charms Milkshake
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Ingredients
  1. 2 cups vanilla ice cream
  2. 1 cup Chocolate Lucky Charms
  3. 1/2 cup milk
  4. Whipped Cream
  5. Additional cereal for garnish
Instructions
  1. Place ice cream, lucky charms and milk in blender and process until smooth. You can add more milk if you prefer a thinner milkshake. Pour into a glass then top with whipped cream and more Chocolate Lucky Charms.
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