Malted Milkshake #recipe from @Katrinaskitchen

Yes I’m STILL trying to get rid of the Easter candy. However I knew what I was going to do with these Robin Eggs maltballs way before Easter. When I saw this idea over at Pass the Sushi I knew it was going to make an appearance in my kitchen. I hate maltballs. There I said it. Even as a child they were the last thing to be eaten out of my Easter basket. Much like Peeps there is something iconic about them that they simply must be put into the Easter candy mix. As punishment for compelling me to buy them I pulverized them. Surprisingly I ended up liking the result.

Malted Milkshake #recipe from @Katrinaskitchen

Blend it up and top with whipped cream. The result was a tasty milkshake. The good thing about food blogging is that you are motivated to try new things. The bad thing about food blogging is that you have to confess all that you have been making in your kitchen. I made this one afternoon while my husband was at work. Unlike me he DOES like maltballs. I did save some pulverized maltballs for him. Let’s see if he actually reads through all of my blog rambling and requests a milkshake. Code word: Montana. {As in if he tells me, “I would like a malted milkshake all to myself please. Montana.” Then I will whip him up one of his very own.} Four Year Old Foodie and I shared and it was gone in about 2 minutes. Enjoy!

Malted Milkshake #recipe from @Katrinaskitchen

Malted Milkshake Recipe

You're 3 ingredients away from a delicious malted milkshake. Use your leftover Easter candy!

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  • 1 cup ice cream
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup crushed maltballs


  • Blend it up and top with whipped cream.
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