Monday, April 1, 2013

Shirley Temple Milkshake


Shirley Temples, Have you ever had one?......Have you ever even heard of them? Please, Por favor! Tell me that you have?!

As a little chica I dreamed of the days when mi mama told me that we were going out to a restaurant to eat.

I always pondered about the food that I was going to choose to eat, but the drink, my bebida of choice never changed. It was always a Shirley Temple with extra, extra cherries. 


The grenadine in the drink gave it a magical red color, the bubbly twang of the ginger ale always made me feel like I was drinking something way more grownup than just plain old chocolate milk. 

The grand finale was the white & red striped straw plunked in the middle of the glass aligned with plump, sweet maraschino cherries. 

I've made these very same drinks, with all their magical appeal but this time I gave them a little frozen twist.


One sip, may make you wanna tap dance in your chair, just like the curly topped-" Little Princess" whom this drink was named after!






                                                                        Ingredients ♥

2 scoops vanilla ice cream
ginger ale soda
1/4 cup of grenadine
1/4 cup of maraschino cherry juice ( and some cherries too)

                                                                        Directions ♥

Pour 1/4 cup of Grenadines syrup plus 1/4 cup of maraschino cherry juice in a tall ice cream soda glass or a mason jar.  Whisk with a fork, ( or if you'd prefer, stick everything in a blender)then slowly, while still whisking, add ginger-ale soda until the glass is three-quarters full. Add 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, add soda to the top of the glass, and serve with a spoon and a straw stacked with maraschino cherries.  I added a few red sprinkles just to add a little more pretty, and an extra scoop of vanilla ice cream but they are totally up to you!

22 comments:

Laura said...

Yum- These look fantastic! Great photos, too!

chica chocolatina said...

Thank you, and thank you! I love taking photos almost as much as I love making the yumminess!

Brenda @ChattingOverChocolate.blogspot.com said...

This milkshake looks delicious!! Love your lovely pics too ;) Pinned! Thanks for sharing!

Cindy Jamieson said...

Oooh, my daughter would love these!! Thank you for sharing with Simple Supper Tuesday.

Angelina- JoJo & Eloise said...

I Love Shirley Temples.. I have never tried it in a milkshake form..So this is certainly a MUST!! I would love for you to stop in and share it at http://jojoandeloise.com/2013/04/knock-our-socks-off-party-3-2/
hope to see you there ;)
xo
Angelina

Rita said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

Linda Bouffard said...

I love Shirley Temples. Thanks for showing how. It would be great if you would link up to What to do Weekends Party, too. following on Facebook and Pinterest. Take care, Linda

http://www.craftsalamode.com/2013/03/what-to-do-weekends-12.html

Wanda Ann Olsen said...

Thank you for sharing at Memories by the Mile's Tueday Trivia. This looks so good. I've never put gingerale in my shakes. I'll make this soon. I pinned it and shared it on twitter.
Hope to see you next Tuesday.
Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

Linda Bouffard said...

I wanted to let you know that I featured your Shirley Temples! The new Weekend Party is open, too, and I hope that you have some more wonderfulness for us again. Linda

http://www.craftsalamode.com/2013/04/what-to-do-weekends-14.html

chica chocolatina said...

@Linda Bouffard, Yeah!!,
Muchas Gracias, what a great way to start my weekend! Thanks so much for hosting the party.....and of course the feature!

Christine Bell said...

Hey! Stopping by from Crafts a la mode where I saw these featured. They look absolutely scrumptious! I pinned them and can't wait to make them. I hope you'll stop by I Dig Pinterest soon.

Christine @ http://idigpinterest.blogspot.com

Shauna Smart said...

This shake looks so incredibly delicious!!! I'd love for you to link up a few posts at my weekend link party@The Weekend re-Treat! on The Best Blog Recipes if you haven't already!

Hope to see you there!

Shauna
http://thebestblogrecipes.blogspot.com/
http://ready2loseweight.blogspot.com/

Six Sisters said...

This looks absolutely amazing! Can't wait to try this milkshake! Thanks for linking up to our Strut Your Stuff Saturday. We would love to have you enter this recipe on our new sister blog - MyRecipeMagic.com. It has great features and drives traffic back to your blog. Have a great weekend. -The Six Sisters

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Back for Seconds said...

This looks so fabulous! I always ordered Shirley Temples as a kid too! Best part about going out to eat :) Thanks so much for being a part of the Back for Seconds Social! I am featuring this yummy recipe tonight, Congrats! Feel free to grab a button!

chica chocolatina said...

@Back for Seconds, so glad to see I'm in good company with my Shirley Temple addiction! I'm ecstatic for my feature!
Muchas Gracias!

Megan Turner said...

Jasmine - I just saw this at Back for Seconds and I am in love. I also always loved to have a Shirley Temple as a child and these milkshakes look amazing! Thanks for sharing!!!

Angie Generose said...

This looks amazing - what a great idea! I chose this as a feature from my link party last week. Feel free to grab an "I've Been Feature" button from my Link Parties page. I hope you can join again this week!

Angie
www.easylivingmom.com

chica chocolatina said...

@Angie, Wow!, muchas gracias for the feature, I'm so excited!

Krista Low said...

When I was little one of my favorite things to do with my Dad was to get Shirley Temples! This recipe is so much fun! I would love for you to link it up @ http://ahandfulofeverything.blogspot.com/2013/04/great-idea-thursday-1.html! Krista @ A Handful of Everything

Lori WhoNeedsaCape said...

This takes me back to my childhood, thanks for the trip down memory lane :)

Lori
Whoneedsacape.com
Not Your Average Super Moms!

Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez said...

Oh my gosh - this is SO MUCH FUN! I still love Shirley Temples ;). I love that you turned them into a shake - I have to do this for the kids, they'll adore it. We've always used Sprite in ours, but I like Gingerale better, so I'm going to try that next time, too.

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