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Skinny Confetti Cake Batter Milkshakes


Hello and happy Monday to you! Let's get this week started in the right direction with a tall frothy milkshake - extra sprinkles, please!

I rely on this lightened up recipe when I'm craving a slice of birthday cake but I just don't have the time (or a good excuse) to bake one. It's hard to believe it's a "skinny" recipe because it's delicious and totally satisfying!


I don't decorate my milk shake glasses every time I make this drink (I mostly just stir them right into the shake) but if you're entertaining or throwing a birthday party, a spiral sprinkle glass makes the cutest presentation. You just need some honey, maple syrup or corn syrup (anything sweet, thick and syrupy) and a small paintbrush. Check out the video below to see how I make them.



The sprinkle decoration can be made a day ahead of time if you're on a schedule. Confetti quinns will have the most staying power. Jimmies from the ice cream aisle would work well, too. Multicolor nonpareils (a.k.a hundreds and thousands) will begin to dissolve and the colors will bleed almost immediately, so choose your sprinkles wisely.


This treat tastes so much like birthday cake and has a delicious Greek yogurt tang. I couldn't help but add a tiny puff of aerosol whipped cream and a cherry on top - speaking of those cherries, they're pink! I couldn't believe my luck finding pink cherries at my local grocery store. They are also sold online in bulk or you can buy a single jar here.

Cheers!


Skinny Confetti Cake Batter Milkshakes
Yields four 1 cup servings
Author: Heather Baird

2 cups nonfat frozen yogurt
1 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
1/4 cup yellow cake mix (dry)
1 cup skim milk
1/4 cup confetti sprinkles
1/2 cup nonfat dairy whipped topping (I like Reddi Wip)
4 maraschino cherries


Place the frozen yogurt, Greek yogurt, dry cake mix and skim milk in a blender pitcher. Blend on high speed until all of the ingredients are well combined. Pour the mixture into four 1 cup capacity glasses.

Stir 1 tablespoon confetti sprinkles into each glass. Top each glass with two tablespoons whipped topping and 1 maraschino cherry each. Serve immediately.




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30 comments :

  1. These are the cutest!!! I love the looks of these - and skinny too? Amazed!

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  2. These are just too pretty to drink! Wait...who am I kidding? I'll down a glass or two in no time :)

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  3. That spiral sprinkle idea is awesome. My kids would love that! And you did a video! I think my milkshakes are going to have to be blinged out from now on!

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  4. Heather, these are adorable! I am definitely going to be using your pretty sprinkle spiral tutorial in the future.

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  5. Love the swirl idea! I may need to try that the next time I add sprinkles to a glass. :)

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  6. These are so cute, Heather! I love the way you sprinkle swirled the glasses. So creative and adorable!

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  7. Super cute way to decorate the glass! And the pink cherry! Love it

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  8. Wow those are so cute! Love this new skinny dessert, I may have to try it soon :)

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  9. This sounds so delicious and live that it's a skinny version! And how pretty are those glasses?! Love that you decorated them!

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  10. This is such a darling idea and so simple. I love it!!!

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  11. Oh, Heather, your biggest fan Maaike (now 11) and I cannot WAIT to make these! Lovely and inspired!

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  12. WOW this is amazing! I have to try this sometime <3

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  13. They look so festive and so fun!

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  14. Love this idea. I wonder how all the pretty ideas get into only your head! :) Thanks for sharing

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  15. I love the sprinkle cup! Thanks for the great idea!

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  16. This is the prettiest milkshake I've ever seen. I need pink cherries in my life!

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  17. This sounds delicious...and super cute! You won me at the sprinkles!

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  18. This is ingenious! Using it for my toddler's upcoming birthday morning celebration!

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  19. It looks yummy.

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  20. Love this! Do you see any issues with using a clear plastic container?

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    1. 99.8% sure that plastic will work just as well as glass!

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  21. These are the cutest!! At first I thought you were a mad woman being able to decorate your glasses like that but I'm impressed by how simple it is!

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  22. Mmm they look delicious. I love how you've decorated the glass! Very effective

    Alison At Home!

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  23. These look fabulous - I adore the sprinkle spiral!!

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  24. I can't believe how little calories are in these gorgeous milkshakes! Cake batter is the best flavor..

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  25. Now, that is a great idea. Superb, I will have to do it for the kids party next week. Thanks, you helped me with the party.

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