Vodka-infused Lucky Charms milkshakes are magically delicious

Do you ever get a wave of nostalgia when passing the stack of Lucky Charms in the cereal aisle of the grocery store? Millennials practically grew up on that stuff. Nothing on the planet is more magically delicious than that colorful marshmallow-infused cereal drowned in cold milk.

...Actually, one thing is. Introducing vodka-infused Lucky Charms milkshakes! No, we're not making this up. These things are real and they're kind of a big deal. It's the perfect mix of childhood nostalgia and our obsession with putting alcohol in literally everything now that we're of legal drinking age.

Thanks to How Sweet It Is, we can create the delectable concoction from the comfort of our own homes. All you need are Lucky Charms marshmallows, milk, vanilla ice cream, marshmallow-flavored vodka (um are we the only ones who didn't know this existed?), vanilla extract and marshmallow frosting.

Here's how it's done:

1 1/2 cups lucky charms marshmallows
2 cups milk
4 cups vanilla ice cream
1/3 cup marshmallow vodka
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
a batch of marshmallow frosting
extra cereal for topping

Add the marshmallows to a food processor and blend. pour milk in the blended marshmallows. Stir and let sit at room temperature for 30 minutes. Then, add the ice cream, marshmallow milk, vodka and vanilla extract to a blender. Blend until combined and pour into glasses. Top with frosting and extra marshmallows.

Voila! The most incredible milkshake creation right at your fingertips. Enjoy!

Watch this video for more alcohol-infused milkshake recipes:

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