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The Dish: St. Patrick's Day Shake

St Patrick's Day Milkshake from Black Tap NYC

Having lived in both Boston and New York, I have never known St. Patrick's Day to be a celebration synonymous with restraint. A cursory glance into any pub sporting a name like Molly Wee or the Tam O'Shanter will likely reveal a roomful of honorary Irishmen and women clutching pints of green beer (and, hours later, their queasy stomachs).

Now if, like me, you prefer a sugar high to a boozy buzz, then the St. Patrick's Day Shake from Black Tap Craft Burgers + Beer ($15) in New York will probably have you doing the jig (and then some). This dessert in a glass, a kelly green (albeit vanilla flavored) drinkable sugar bomb comes with a marshmallow rim, vanilla frosting, gold chocolate coins, a sour gummy rainbow and Lucky Charms.

"It's supposed to look like clouds with a rainbow and pot of gold," remarked Chef Joe Isidori, its creator. "Basically, where a leprechaun would live."

St. Patrick's Day Shake from Black Tap Craft Burgers + Beer

Milkshake Base:
3.5 oz ​​Whole Milk
10 oz​​ Vanilla Ice Cream
Dash of Green Food Coloring

Toppings:
Vanilla Frosting
Marshallow Rim
Whipped Cream
Gold Coins 
Sour Skewer 
Sour Rainbow
Lucky Charms

Method:
1. Blend the milk,  green food coloring and ice cream together
2. Pour the mixture into a milkshake glass
3. Cover the rim of the glass with vanilla frosting and roll the glass in a bowl of mini marshmallows 
4. Carefully place gold coins on top of the marshmallow rim
5. Top the milkshake off with whipped cream, sour rainbow twist lollipop, sour rainbow candy & Lucky Charms 
 

For more information on Black Tap Craft Burgers + Beer, visit their website.

 

 

 

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