This Boozy Lucky Charms Shake with Baileys will start your St. Patrick’s Day off right. A blend of vanilla yogurt, cereal, Baileys and vanilla vodka with a marshmallow topping makes a festive adult treat.
I would much rather have a festive green drink for St. Patrick’s day than the traditional corned beef meal. The only time I really make Shepherd’s Pie is when I have leftover turkey and mashed potatoes. This year, St. Patrick’s Day was enjoyed throughout the week in quarantine with 1 (or 2) of these and my favorite green boozy delights.
Boozy cereal shakes are one of my newfound enjoyments. I recommend trying this recipe with any of your other favorite childhood cereals. You really can’t go wrong with this sweet, creamy flavor combination. I experimented with this recipe last year and tried making it with ice cream and it was incredibly too sweet. Even for someone with a major sweet tooth like myself. A bit of vanilla Greek yogurt is healthier and gives it the perfect texture.
Trying to home school my 2 little ones while blogging and working a job in social services has proven to be a bit of a challenge. That is why I’m just now getting my St. Patty’s Day post up. Multi-tasking has taken on a whole new meaning that has me wanting to indulge in all my favorite cocktails. I may be short on toilet paper, but my liquor cabinet is fully stocked. We may not be able to leave the house, so let’s enjoy a Painkiller Cocktail or some Jamaican Rum punch.
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This Boozy Lucky Charms Shake with Baileys will start your St. Patrick's Day off right. A blend of vanilla yogurt, cereal, Baileys and vanilla vodka with a marshmallow topping makes a festive adult treat.
- 1 1/2 c. Lucky Charms Cereal
- 1 c. Baileys
- 1/4 c. vanilla vodka
- 1 c. vanilla yogurt
- 1/2 c. milk
- 2 c. ice
Add all ingredients to a blender bowl and blend until smooth.
Top with whipped cream and cereal marshmallows.