Two-Step Copycat Shamrock Shake


Two-Step Copycat Shamrock Shake

Two-Step Copycat Shamrock Shake
Two-Step Copycat Shamrock Shake

Fans of McDonald's famous Shamrock Shake can now make their own shakes right at home with this easy recipe for Two-Step Copycat Shamrock Shake. This is honestly one of the best copycat recipes for a Shamrock Shake that you'll ever come across. All you need are a few ingredients that you most likely already have in your kitchen. Just combine all of the ingredients (in order) in your blender and turn it on. Top each shake with generous amounts of whipped cream and festive sprinkles if you'd like. Oh, and don't forget a marashino cherry!

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Cooking MethodNo Bake

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