The Lucky Charms Milkshake Is About to Be Your New Food Obsession
Meet the latest ungodly food hybrid: the Lucky Charms milkshake. Yes, you heard that right. A marshmallow milkshake that's made even more "magically delicious" by adding those familiar "hearts, stars and horseshoes, clovers and blue moons" (and the red balloons!).
YouTuber Brittany Joyal tackled this food mash-up in a September video. To get a Lucky Charms milkshake that tastes "just like the bottom of a cereal bowl," Joyal says you've got to start by assembling your ingredients: Lucky Charms, marshmallow fluff, milk, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream or whipped topping.
A half-cup of Lucky Charms, a tablespoon of fluff, a half-cup of milk and 1 1/2 cups of ice cream all get measured out into separate cups and set aside.
Joyal recommends dumping the ingredients into your blender one-by-one (but not in any special order). Once it's blended to proper milkshake consistency, pour it out into a tall, frosty glass. Top with some extra whipped cream or whipped topping and some of your favorite Lucky Charms marshmallows as a garnish.
And voilà! Lucky Charms milkshake! Now sip and enjoy the sugar rush.
April 12, 2016, 6:20 p.m. Eastern: This story has been updated.