A Whopper Of A Shake (Hershey’s) Recipe #BunnyTrail

 This  post was  written by Mama to 5 Blessings and sponsored on the behalf of  Global Influence, with product supplied by Hershey’s . All opinions are 100% mine and were not influenced in any way.   

 

Easter is one of my favorite times of the year. My family gets up and we go to church service together and then after church we head to my family’s house which is an hour south from us.  I have a big family so my parents,  cousins, aunts and uncles pack the house!  Everyone in our family brings a dish and then we enjoy Easter dinner together. After the dishes and food is cleaned up we head outside where the kids hunt for Easter eggs and open then open their Easter baskets. Finally the adults continue to catch up with each other the children all play together. This is how it’s always been ever since I could remember as a child and some of my favorite memories of past Easter’s.  It is a jam-packed day!

Hershey's Whoppers

With Easter here I love to make goodies for my family. Sure cookies and cupcakes are yummy but I try to go outside of the box with something different. One of my families favorite candies are Hershey’s Whoppers Robin Eggs, we could polish off a bag in a matter of a few minutes!  I decided to surprise them by making a them in a star ingredient in making a milkshake — A Whopper of a shake!

 

Whopper Of A Shake
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Prep Time
10 min
Prep Time
10 min
Ingredients
  1. Qty 20 Hershey's Whoppers Robin Eggs
  2. 1 Cup Half & Half
  3. 1 tbsp Baking Chocolate Powder
  4. 1/2 Cup Of Sugar
  5. 1 Tsp Vanilla
  6. 1/2 Dry Milk
  7. 4 Cups Of Ice
Instructions
  1. Place the half & half, baking chocolate powder, sugar, vanilla, dry milk and ice in blender and mix until fully blended. Then add the Hershey's Whoppers into the mix and blend. Then pour in a nice mug and enjoy!
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This recipe is nice and creamy and yet refreshing. With the savory Hershey’s Whoppers Robin Eggs in the mix it definitely gives a nice malty chocolatey taste!  Hershey’s offers a wonderful selection of candies for Easter; from chocolates to lollipops any child would be thrilled to have these tasty treats in their Easter baskets! Looking for craft, recipes or decorations for Easter, Hershey’s website has quite a few great suggestions! 

 

Have you baked using Hershey’s candy products? If so what did you make? 

 

 Hershey’s is generously offering one of my readers a Hershey’s Easter Prize Pack of delicious candy!  You can enter to win by using the below Rafflecopter form to enter for a chance to win.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  Open to the US, ages 18+. 

 

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This  post was  written by Mama to 5 Blessings and sponsored on the behalf of  Global Influence, with product supplied by Hershey’s . All opinions are 100% mine and were not influenced in any way.   
 
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Comments

  1. My favorite tradition is going to church and watching the children as they hear the Resurrection story and the awe that inspires.

  2. I never thought to put those in a shake. My husband loves these!

  3. That looks delicious. I love Whoppers – so I am sure this drink tastes amazing. These are on my shoppinglist!

  4. Patricia says:

    Wow what a creative recipe. I never thought to add them to a shake before. I bet this taste fantastic. I need to try this now. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Maria Oller says:

    We love egg hunting and crafting!! Omg that shake looks delicious as pregnant mom I must make me one and stop the craving!!!!

  6. Oh good GRIEF that looks delicious!!!!

  7. Oh my mouth is watering right now! I want this shake! I love Robin’s Eggs!

  8. I bet my sister would love this recipe – I would have never thought to make a shake like that.

  9. I go crazy for Easter candy! I love the Reese’s peanut butter eggs!

  10. Yummy, this sounds good, I can think of a bunch of different candies to use as well, but I love a malt chocolate flavor!

  11. That would really go over with my kids. And my husband. What a fun idea!

  12. Wow this looks really tasty, especially this time of the year!

  13. My favorite tradition is Sunrise Service on Easter morning. It’s too cold where we live now to do that though. :)

  14. Oh you had me at Whopper!! 😀 Definitely worth giving this yummy treat a try!

  15. We always try and do a special Easter Breakfast – and we always go to church on Easter Sunday.

  16. YUm!! My kiddos would love this and so would I. Those are my favorite Easter candies!!

  17. Jessica @EatSleepBe says:

    Whoppers rock. Whoppers in a shake? Genius.

  18. OMG, I must try this. I love Whoppers + Shake = I’m in heaven! Thanks for the recipe and giving me another reason to eat whoppers.

  19. Wow this sounds wonderful! I have to try this shake and soon!

  20. I have an Easter egg hunt every year for all the kids in our family! That’s my favorite part of the day!

  21. I never would have thought of making a shake with Whoppers candy but I bet it tastes great!

  22. Oh wow, I love those eggies – that is my kinda shake!!! :)

  23. Amy Desrosiers says:

    This looks so awesome!! My favorite Easter tradition is painting eggs, and having an egg hunt.

  24. I’m going to have to make this shake! I absolutely love Whoppers.

  25. This is such a fun and unique way to use Robbins Eggs. It looks delish!

  26. PINNED! This will be the literal death of me. I love this and can’t wait to make it this weekend. SO EXCITED.

  27. Yum! Whoppers are a big hit over here, that looks absolutely delicious!

  28. I would not have thought of tossing malted eggs into a blended drink. It’s going on my refreshment list for Easter.

  29. Yummy! Never had a whopper shale before and so glad that I get to try it now. :) Thanks for the giveaway too.

  30. I always liked hunting Easter eggs the most. :) As a child and when I had a child.

  31. My husband and kids would love this shake. My favorite Easter tradition is the Easter Egg hunt, though I’m not sure why.

  32. Mmmm, this looks amazing. YUMMMY. I love the Whoppers eggs, we always have them every year.

  33. Oh, Nicole, that looks absolutely delicious!! I love Hershey’s candies, we just stocked up on a ton today for our annual Easter Egg Hunt!

  34. My favorite tradition is doing Resurrection Eggs with my kids on Easter morning

  35. This shake looks so yummy! What a great idea. Love candy!

  36. Sounds Yummy Thanks For The Giveaway!

  37. I like the Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets.

  38. I’m totally making your shake!

  39. Whoppers is a favorite candy of mine from childhood! Your shake looks amazing! Off to the bunny trail to pick up some candy to try out the recipe.

  40. I love the peanut butter Easter bonnet cookie recipe on the website the most.

  41. My favorite Easter tradition is going to church and then dyeing Easter eggs.

  42. Oh, I love this idea! And how great serving them in mason jars!

  43. OOOOH Man!! I want this RIGHT NOW! Sounds so good. I love Whoppers!

  44. This sounds like an interesting shake! I might just try it out!

  45. I love Hershey’s chocolate! KitKats are my favorite!

  46. Wow… this is an amazing shake. Looks delicious!

  47. That looks so good. Never made anything with Whoppers before, so cool!

  48. I have an elderly family friend who is obsessed with whopper at this time of the year. Well really she loves all things with sugar. I need to make this for her. – Katy

  49. Joyce Harrell says:

    I love our tradition of making a lamb cake with my grandchildren.

  50. Crissa Robertson says:

    My favorite tradition is making an Easter ham. My dad is a pork producer so we get really great meat!

  51. I haven’t gone beyond the typical baking chocolates. This sounds so darn good!

  52. Crissa Robertson says:

    I like the coconut easter bunny cake. My birthday is April 17th so growing up I LOVED getting a cake like this for my birthday!

  53. I like to color Easter eggs as a tradition.

  54. From their site, I like the recipe for Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie.

  55. That looks so delicious!

  56. One of my favorite traditions is coloring eggs with my daughters.
    Thanks!

  57. My favorite Easter tradition is going to a sunrise service. Though I haven’t gone for a few years. Harder to do now that I have young kids.

  58. Christina Dutra says:

    my favorite easter tradition is the family bbq party and pool party.

  59. I Love This Can’t Wait To Make !!

  60. This could be a big problem for me. YUM!

  61. Debra Pauley says:

    My favorite tradition is going to the sunrise service with the family.

  62. That shake looks really really good! i know what I will be making for my boys

  63. Cool idea, very creative! I never though of using Hershey’s this way, I’ll give it a try, we like shakes.

  64. Love Hersheys! The whopper shake is a great idea.

  65. That shake is fantastic! I am such a huge fan of Hersheys chocolate. The perfect treat for Easter.

  66. One of the great things about spring is the abundance of sweet treats and the creations you can make with them.

  67. Oooh! I love malt chocolate! What a great idea that I know I would NEVER have thought of!

  68. This looks so yummy! I may have to try this. I know my three children would love it!

  69. I want one of that drink 😀 It looks might good and that it’s neat that it has an easter theme in it.

  70. I never thought to put candy in a shake- it sounds like a delicious dessert!

  71. My dad would love this shake! Whoppers always make me think of him. My favorite tradition is biting off the bunny ears! Chocolate, of course.

  72. I love watching my kids look for the easyer eggs! They always have a blast!

  73. This looks really yummy! And all the candies are such a temptation!

  74. Ingrid Jackson says:

    Our family tradition is Church on Easter Sunday followed by the Easter program with the children say Easter speeches they have memorized. After church dinner and the wonderful Easter Egg Hunt in the back yard.

  75. My favorite tradition is making easter baskets for the kids & attending church.

  76. I like the bunny cake. I made one once for a playdate.

  77. My favorite tradition is an Easter egg hunt.

  78. I like the peanut butter Easter bonnets recipe.

  79. WHOA!! This sounds YUMMY!! I have to show my hubby, he would love it!

  80. Amy Orvin says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is dying Easter eggs.

  81. Amy Orvin says:

    My favorite recipe is the Butter-Nut Chocolate Topped Cookies

  82. Our favorite Easter tradition is Cascarones eggs!

  83. Rod Jackson says:

    My favorite tradition is meeting in the park for an extended family egg hunt..after Easter dinner. My favorite craft/recipe was the Easter bonnets and the birds flock together birdhouse. http://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/easter/recipedetail.aspx?id=8729

  84. Rod Jackson says:

    ooops My favorite tradition is meeting in the park for an extended family egg hunt..after Easter dinner. My favorite craft/recipe was the Easter bonnets and the birds flock together birdhouse. http://www.hersheys.com/celebrate/easter/recipedetail.aspx?id=8729

  85. Kimberly Schotz says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is our Easter brunch

  86. Kimberly Schotz says:

    My favorite Easter craft is the Wreath made of Whopper Easter Eggs

  87. Coloring easter eggs with my grandpa
    I’m 29 y/o but that will never get old!

  88. Dorothy Teel says:

    Our favorite tradition is having all mykids and grandchildren over and we all have a wonderful Easter dinner and are happy together

  89. Dorothy Teel says:

    HERSHEY’S KISSES Brand Milk Chocolates Kritters, are cool, I love the caterpillar and the butterfly and of course I love Hershey Kisses

  90. My favorite Easter tradition is watching my great niece and great nephew dying Easter Eggs :)

  91. Jessica Cox says:

    I love to dye the eggs with my kids

  92. Jessica Cox says:

    The Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets recipe looks so cute

  93. I don’t celebrate easter. Thank you for the shake recipe.

  94. I don’t really have any Easter traditions. I used to go to church as a kid, but I’m not very religious as an adult.

  95. We had a huge family Easter dinner at my brothers house, there was twelve of us all together. The food was great and we also had some bottles of good wine too. And of course the company was the best.

  96. My favorite of the Easter recipes is the Peanut Butter Easter Bonnets, they are so cute.

  97. Great shake! Thanks for linking up with me. I’m featuring you this week!

  98. I love going to church and then enjoy a nice Easter dinner with the family.

  99. Easter Egg Hunt!!

  100. Whopper Of A Shake is what I am going to make. I have these jars from canning and leaving right now to buy some of the ingredients I don’t have. Friends and family are coming for a BBQ and this is going to be a big hit.

  101. My favorite Easter tradition was hiding Easter eggs for my daughter.

  102. Lee Mckoen says:

    Favorite easter tradition church ,then brunch! and lots if candy snacking

  103. My favorite Easter tradition is having an Easter egg hunt in the back yard for my grandson.

  104. I like the Easter Critter Cups.

  105. We don’t celebrate Easter, so my favorite tradition is going to stores after Easter to get that deep discount on candy!!

  106. My favorite Easter tradition is making, and smashing Cascarones (confetti eggs).

  107. I love the Whopper Easter wreathe – I’m going to pin that for next year.

  108. Ann Fantom says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is coloring eggs with my daughter and then watching her hunt for her eggs Easter morning.

  109. Deb Pelletier says:

    Whopper Easter Wreath.

  110. Deb Pelletier says:

    We do a dinner and get together.

  111. Cynthia C says:

    My favorite tradition is baking Easter bread.

  112. Cynthia C says:

    I like the Coconut Marshmallow Nests recipe on the Hershey site.

  113. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    I like our traditional Easter breakfast and Easter egg hunt.

  114. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    I like the Coconut Marshmallow nests. Very cute!

  115. Debra Hall says:

    its just me and my son we have a small dinner

  116. Debra Hall says:

    i like the Chocolate Mousse-Filled Cream Puffs

  117. Every year I hide my kids’ Easter baskets, and when they get up in the morning, they have to search all over for their goodies!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  118. I love the Hershey’s Kisses Mice! Cute!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  119. Diane Cooper says:

    My favorite Easter tradition is dying lots of eggs with the children and having a huge Easter egg hunt.

  120. Diane Cooper says:

    My favorite recipe is the Perfectly Chocolate Easter Bunny Cake.

  121. Tiffany Courtright says:

    I like getting together with the family and watching the kids do an Easter egg hunt then eating dinner together.

  122. Susan Smith says:

    My favorite tradition is having an Easter egg hunt

  123. Susan Smith says:

    I like the recipe for Velvety Chocolate Cream Pie

  124. Our favorite tradition is coloring Easter eggs with the kids

  125. Teresa Thompson says:

    My favorite tradition is our egg hunt.

  126. Teresa Thompson says:

    I like the Easter Basket Cupcakes recipe.

  127. Audrey F. says:

    My favorite tradition is sunrise service.

  128. Laurie Emerson says:

    My favorite Easter Tradition is making a big Easter dinner.

  129. Laurie Emerson says:

    My favorite Easter craft is the Easter Basket Cupcakes.

  130. My favorite Easter moments are seeing my kids enjoy it like I did when I was young. A lot egg hunting, running around, with friends at church, and then sitting around enjoying the delicious chocolates afterwards. What a joy!

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