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I’m always looking to make new food creations. This week I created a freak shake using Kellogg’s Eggo Homestyle Waffles. Eggo is currently traveling the country in a waffle bar truck visiting local Walmart locations to hand out free Eggo Homestyle Waffles. I visited the Waffle Truck on Sunday to get my free waffles.
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Creating my Waffle Bar
Waffle bars are great for any occasion and I created mine in celebration of moving into my own home. I created a waffle bar fit to serve me and some of my friends.
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For my waffle bar I chose to have Kellogg’s Eggo Homestyle Waffles and Kellogg’s Eggo Chocolate Chip Waffles to add variety. The bar also included Jif Creamy Peanut Butter, and Smucker’s® Hot Fudge Spoonable Ice Cream Topping for taste. I used Breyers® Natural Vanilla Ice Cream for the base of the shake and Reddi-Whip ® Original Dairy Whipped Topping for the topping.
Jif Creamy Peanut Butter and Smucker’s Hot Fudge Spoonable Ice Cream Topping
For the Smucker’s Hot Fudge Spoonable Ice Cream Topping and Jif Creamy Peanut Butter I spooned them out into bowls to put on the bar to save space from having the containers out on the table.
I cooked a handful of both Kellogg’s Eggo Homestyle Waffles and Kellogg’s Eggo Chocolate Chip Waffles to set out on the waffle bar to provide my guests with options.
For my shake I used half a cup of milk with the ice cream base and created a peanut butter chocolate shake. My waffle bar was set up to make shakes or simply enjoy the Kellogg’s Eggo Homestyle Waffles on a plate.
Adding the Chocolate
Next I added Smucker’s Hot Fudge Spoonable Ice Cream Topping. Spooning in about a tablespoon, that way it didn’t overpower the ice-cream and peanut butter, but still gave it a nice chocolatey taste.
Adding the Peanut Butter
I added Jif Creamy Peanut Butter, spooning out about 2 tablespoons into my shake since I wanted it to taste a little more of peanut butter than chocolate.
Adding the Ice Cream
I added the ice cream last. I put about 4 tablespoons since I like my shakes to be a little thick. I did not have the ice cream setting out since I didn’t want it to melt. I brought it out when it was time to add it into the shakes.
Decorating the Cup
While the shake was blending I added the peanut butter to the rim of the glass. The peanut butter acted as the glue for the Eggo Homestyle waffles that we would put on it.
I added the shake before I put the waffle pieces around the rim that way I didn’t knock any off when pouring the shake.
I chose to use the Eggo Chocolate Chip waffles with my freak shake to go with the Smucker’s Hot Fudge Spoonable Ice Cream Topping. I used half a waffle for the rim and then put the other half on top of my shake. What’s a shake without “Reddi-wip” on top?
The listed shake recipe makes one serving, however I invite you to share!
What kind of freak shake will you make?