Butterfinger Milkshake





Introduction: Butterfinger Milkshake

With Halloween behind us I was looking for something creative to do with my candy. My solution, a butterfinger milkshake. Make this delicious treat in just minutes.

Step 1: Gathering

This milkshake is pretty basic. All you need is:

Milk(I used white skim)
Ice Cream(I used vanilla)
Butterfinger(feel free to use any candy you want here)

To concoct your concoction you'll need:

A blender
An Ice Cream Scoop

Step 2: Mix Ingredients

In the blender add ice cream(I used two scoops), milk(about half cup every to scoops), and crumbled candy.

Step 3: Blend

Put the lid on and blend until smooth and all the candy is crushed.

Step 4: Drink

Pour into glass

Raise a toast

Drink and be merry!



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    looks yummy
    but what does a butterfinger taste like?
    only recently can i find affordable American candy

    you guy's stuff, over hear they want a fortune for it

    fun size bag of peanut butter m&ms? $20! not kidding (that was in an expensive specialist candy store though
    and hey, wow peanut butter m&m milkshake....

    great job with this idea :)

    AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    add any chocolate candy you have into a chocolate milkshake

     At first I was thinking "eeewww" then when I saw the picture of it I was immediately having the urge to run into the kitchen and make one. It was amaazzing :)


     I just ate a freaking butterfinger! D:

    there's a little shop in the town I live that only serves shakes made like this using different types of candy and sweet things. I love it!

    I tried this with Blue Ribbands but the first inch or so was amazing but the rest was milky wafer :(

    I've done this before :D

    Guess what im doing with MY bucket-fulls of Halloween candy!

    MMMM.... Yummy. A bit like one of those Dairy Queen Blizzards...