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Monster Milkshakes #HalloweenTreatsWeek

Have you ever tried a monster shake or freakshake? These over the top milkshakes are so easy to make at home! 

The first step is decorating the glass. I chose to buy white premade cookie icing, you can definitely make your own. I squeezed a stripe around the edge and then spread it slightly with an icing spatula.

I rolled the rim in sprinkles and then used more frosting to apply the candy eyeballs. After you've got it as coated as you like, pop them into the freezer while you make the shakes.

We use a pretty standard milkshake base for ours, vanilla ice cream, vanilla extract and milk. You can vary the flavors of ice cream, add mix ins, change out the extract or make them over 21 shakes by using your favorite liqueur. 

Pour the shakes into the glasses and then top with a generous amount of whipped cream. Begin to add your treats.  This time around I had store bought mini donuts, Witch's Brew Kit Kats and various shaped butter cookies.  I used a skewer for the donuts to give the shake some height.

Then I started placing in the cookies and candy. After I had everything where I wanted it, I added more sprinkles and eyeballs.

I made two shakes. You can definitely decrease the size of the glass and make it 4 servings but be sure to choose something with a wide mouth so that you can really pack the goodies onto the top.

Thanks so much to Angie for hosting #HalloweenTreatsWeek,  I really love seeing how creative people are and all the different takes on spooky themes and I hope that you've all enjoyed it as much as I have!


Monster Milkshakes

Monster Milkshakes
Yield: 2
Author: Jolene's Recipe Journal


  • Ready made cookie icing
  • Assorted sprinkles, candy eyes for the rim of the cup
  • 48oz vanilla ice cream or flavor of your choice
  • 1 to 1 1/2c milk, depending on the thickness you want
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla or other extract
For decorating:
  • Whipped cream
  • Additional sprinkles, candies, cookies, donuts


  1. Spread icing around rims of glasses, roll in sprinkles to coat. Use dots of icing to secure candy eyeballs. Place glasses in freezer until ready to serve.
  2. To the blender add milk, ice cream and vanilla extract. Process on milkshake setting until smooth.
  3. Remove glasses from freezer and pour in milkshake. Top with a generous amount of whipped cream.
  4. Decorate as desired using candies, cookies, donuts and sprinkles. Serve with straws and spoons.
Monster shake, freakshake, Milkshake
Ice cream, dessert, beverages


Welcome to 2023’s #HalloweenTreatsWeek event!

If you're new here, Welcome! If you're a returning haunt, welcome back!

#HalloweenTreatsWeek is a yearly Halloween blogging event that is hosted by Angie from Big Bear’s Wife . You'll find that this fun and spooky event is an online, week-long event that is filled with some frightfully fun Halloween treats and recipes from some fantastic Halloween loving bloggers!

For this years 6th annual #HalloweenTreatsWeek event we have 18 hauntingly talented bloggers that are sharing their favorite Halloween recipes throughout the week! You can following the hashtag #HalloweenTreatsWeek on social media to collect all of these frightful recipes to use at your own Halloween parties and events!

Make Sure to check out all of the fun Halloween recipes that we're sharing this week!

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Hezzi-D said…
These are super fun and kids and adults would love to have one for Halloween!

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