Halloween Freak Shake and Dessert Recipe with Sugar Bowl Bakery
Halloween festivities are just around the corner, and us in Orlando absolutely love Halloween. Disney started their own Halloween party called Mickeys Not So Scary party in August.
I have always wanted to try my hand at designing a shake that was colorful, different, fun, while being simple enough for others to repeat.
I participated in Sugar Bowl Bakery’s Bake Off Challenge after they contacted me to compete with 3 other bloggers. I was given specific rules, deadlines, and mystery ingredients that I had to incorporate in whatever recipe I wanted.
- Check out the recipe write up below or the full video found st the bottom of this post.
- Halo Top Vanilla Ice Cream Pint
- 1/2 cup almond milk
- Rice Crispy Treats
- Orange Chocolate Melts
- Black Chocolate Melts
- Black Icing Tube
- Vegetable Oil
- Colorful lollipops for decoration toppers
- Mason Jar
- Marble Plate
1. Melt down the orange and black chocolate until smooth. Be sure to add vegetable oil so it is smooth and not too thick. This will be used to add the black and orange drip to the mason jar.
2. Using the Marble plate, place the mason jar on top and using a spoon, drizzle the orange and black chocolate around the edges .
3. For the shake- I mixed 1 pint of Halo Top Ice Cream with 1/2 cup of almond milk. Pour this into the mason jar
4. For the Ghost- Take a square of rice crispy treats and frost one side of the face with white vanilla frosting. Using the black icing tube, place the eyes on the ghost. Using the Rainbow Nerds, sprinkle this around the head and side of the ghost.
5. For the eye balls- Using two Sugar Bowl bakery brownie bites, frost the top of each with vanilla frosting and using the black icing tube, put two eye balls on the top.
6. For the mouth figure- Using two madeleines from Sugar Bowl Bakery, dip them into the black melted down chocolate and place in the freezer for 10 minutes.
Take the Madeleine out of the freezer. Using the left over chocolate , spread the flat side of the Madeline’s with chocolate. This will be the glue for the mini marshmallows (teeth).
Place about 8 mini marshmallows around one side of the Madeleine to create the teeth. Using the vanilla frosting as glue, place a tablespoon or frosting on the tip of the Madeline to glue both pierces together . Once done, place in the freezer until you are ready to eat the dessert.
7. Place all of the decorations and items made on top of the shake. Using the vanilla frosting, glue the two eye ball brownie bites on top, as well as the ghost and the decoration lollipops ( purchases from party city)
I love this recipe because it is fun for kids and the whole family to create together. It’s all up to your imagination. How spooky can you get? Comment and share your creations with me on social media or email. Halloween starts early this year.
Disclaimer: Thank you Sugar Bowl Bakery for the Mystery Items and reaching out for me to participate in this fun challenge.