Are you ready to indulge in a drinkable work of art? Get ready to shake things up with our Kawaii Milkshake! Top it off with a delicious donut and a kawaii figure to give your milkshake that extra bit of sweetness and cuteness. And let’s be honest, who can resist a donut on top of anything?
What you need to make your kawaii milkshake:
- 500 g FunCakes Mix for Donuts
- 375 g FunCakes Dip ‘n Drip White
- FunCakes Food Colour Gel Purple
- FunCakes Food Colour Gel Yellow
- FunCakes Food Colour Gel Aqua
- FunCakes Food Colour Gel Pink
- FunCakes Deco Melts Pink
- FunCakes Sugar Strands Pastel
- 215 ml water
- 55 g vegetable oil
- Fine sugar
- FunCakes Decorating Bags
- Wilton Wide Glide Rolling Pin
- Patisse Donut & Bagel Cookie Cutter
- Frying pan
Prepare 500 g FunCakes Mix for Donuts as indicated on the package. Roll it out to a thickness of 5mm and cut out donut shapes with the cutter. Place them on a plate lined with parchment paper and cover with a clean tea towel. Let rest for 25 minutes.
Heat the frying pan to 180°C and fry the donuts in 3 pieces for about 2-3 minutes until light brown. Sprinkle the fine granulated sugar on a plate and dip the donuts directly in the sugar. Let them cool on kitchen paper.
Divide the 375 g FunCakes Dip ‘n Drip between 4 bowls and colour with the 4 colours of FunCakes Food Colour Gels. If necessary, heat in the microwave for 10-15 seconds to get it a little more ‘dripping’ and put it in a decorating bag. Cut a small tip off this and cover the donuts with a layer of coloured dip ‘n drip. Immediately sprinkle the FunCakes Sugar Strands Pastel on top.
Heat some FunCakes Deco Melts Pink as indicated on the package and put it in a decorating bag. Cut a small tip off and drizzle it on the inside of a large glass or clear cup. Let this set in the refrigerator for 5 minutes.
Fill the glass with yogurt drink (or chocolate milk), place a donut on top, decorate with a modeling kawaii figure if you wish and insert a straw. Want to add a sculpted figure? Check our blog ‘how to: modeling kawaii figures’.