My Rocket Shake
Red, White, and Blueberry- All American Shake
Is Totally Kid Approved and
Even Sneaks In Yummy Fruits!
Recently I had the pleasure of dining with Johnny Rockets! During the luncheon we feasted on yummy-rific foods, watched a ketchup artist create works of art before our very eyes and for dessert we were able to create our own shake. What an awesome lunch! Johnny Rockets has been pretty much a staple in our family between the delicious burger choices, fries, shakes and more!
It’s a great place to just gather with the family and friends- to eat, chat and laugh!
Our family loves to spend kitchen time together and creating new dishes is pretty much a family affair. Of course we created a bunch of shakes during the past years, but for this contest we wanted to come up with something that our family loved and that also represented what Johnny Rockets means to us. We thought and thought. We thought about how we have visited Johnny Rockets and the one word that kept coming up over and over was America. It’s how we came up with the name of our shake:
“Red, White and Blueberry-All American Shake”
Now that we had the name, we needed to make the shake to see if it lived up! It had to be good, no-it had to be great. As a mom, I was happy to sneak in those strawberries and blueberries.
It’s a simple shake to make and I am happy to report a very yummy creation. I cannot believe we never came up with it before this, but I am sure glad we thought of it now. It’s a real keeper!
We are so very proud of it. It’s especially awesome that September is National Shake Month!
The kids love it and the parents love it, too. You can follow this simple recipe and enjoy it with your family and friends! Kid Approved! Parents Approved! Friends Approved! PS: Did I mention we were singing and dancing when the shakes were ready? If you have ever been to Johnny Rockets, you will know exactly what I mean!
“Red, White, and Blueberry- All American Shake”
1. Put one cup of milk into a blender with one cup of strawberries and one cup of ice cream.
Blend. Pour into shake glass for “red”.
2. Put one cup of milk into a blender with one cup of ice cream. Blend.
Pour into shake glass for “white”.
3.Put one cup of milk into a blender with one cup of blueberries and one cup of ice cream. Blend. Pour into glass for “blue”.
Add more or less milk, ice cream, fruits to your liking.
4. Top shake with whipped cream, a cherry, and sprinkles.
5. Garnish with blueberries and strawberry.
6. Gather up your family and friends and enjoy!
My daughter dove into this shake the minute the photos were taken! She also adorned it with more strawberries and make it “her own”. I did end up making six more shakes for the rest of the family and friends visiting! Everyone agreed on how delicious it tasted! Yum! #MyRocketShake
Disclosure: Diane Sullivan/ 3decades3kids is a Johnny Rockets partner blog. #MyRocketShake
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