A Grimace Shake is a purple milkshake created by McDonald’s to celebrate the birthday of Grimace, one of their mascots.
It is supposed to have a berry flavor, but some people say it tastes like vanilla, cotton candy, or Fruity Pebbles.
This recipe uses frozen blueberries, frozen raspberries, vanilla ice cream, whole milk, purple food coloring (optional), whipped cream, and rainbow sprinkles (optional).
This recipe uses berry ice cream, berries (like blueberries), ube extract (or any purple syrup), milk, sweetener of choice (if needed), whipped cream, and sprinkles.
This recipe uses vanilla ice cream, frozen blueberries, fresh raspberries, milk, blue spirulina, whipped cream, and sprinkles.
A Grimace Shake from McDonald’s has about 580 calories. Most of those calories come from carbohydrates (68%).
A Grimace Shake also contains 15 grams of fat and 12 grams of protein. It is topped with whipped cream and is naturally colored with vegetable juice.
This recipe uses milk of choice, cocoa powder, granulated sweetener of choice, and ice. It has less than 50 calories per serving.
**Healthy Milkshake Recipe**:
This recipe uses vanilla ice cream, milk, frozen blueberries, mashed raspberries (or raspberry jam), frozen strawberries, and spirulina.
**Copycat McDonald’s Grimace Birthday Shake Recipe**:
This recipe uses blueberries, raspberries, vanilla ice cream, milk, and blue spirulina. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
**DIY Deluxe Grimace Shake Recipe**: