When I was a kid I always looked forward to summer because that was when Bubblegum Ice Cream became available. You see- where I was, they didn’t want kids chewing gum in school- so they didn’t offer bubblegum ice cream during the regular school year. Jump ahead to now- when I can literally get bubblegum ice cream whenever I want & it still brings back all those nostalgic memories of those special summer childhood days. My confession is that I originally set out to make my own bubblegum ice cream as I have been making all sorts of homemade ice cream flavors. However- my original recipe flopped. I was super bummed – the flavor was good – it just didn’t set up. Sooooo- I decided to use what I had & add some ingredients & turn it into this GREAT Bubblegum Milkshake.
All the wonderful flavor of bubblegum ice cream in a shake!
It had been so long since I tasted that wonderful flavor. It really is every bit as tasty as I remember.
Look at that pink color- it makes me smile!!!
- **This makes a pitcher full -for multiple milkshakes
- 2 cups heavy cream
- 3/4 carton vanilla ice cream
- 1 tsp Bubble Gum Flavoring
- 1/2 tsp Butter Extract
- 8 ounces frozen whipped topping
- gumballs for topping
- Add heavy cream, & ice cream to blender & blend on high 30 seconds
- Add bubblegum flavor & butter extract - pulse to combine
- Fold in whipped topping.
- Serve - garnish with a couple gumballs for fun
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So creative! I remember the first time I was allowed to have an ice cream pop in the shape of some character and the nose was bubble gum and I was so confused why there was gum in my ice cream!
Mariel @ Or so she says... says
My kids would go nuts over this! Bubble gum is always the flavor they pick at the ice cream shop. Pinning!