Apparently there are hidden personality traits revealed through your favorite ice cream flavor.
I know.
Mine is Rocky Road. What's your favorite flavor?
If Vanilla is your favorite flavor, it means your boring as all hell. Totally kidding. It actually means your impulsive and apparently you rely more on intuition than logic. (According to Hirsch) If you picked strawberry, it means your an introvert. Chocolate, means you are seductive, charming, and flirtatious. Mint chocolate chip means you are highly argumentative ... so be sure to stay clear of those crazies. If you picked Rainbow sherbet, you are annoying because that is not ice cream. Kidding ... actually not kidding. But if you picked rainbow sherbet it means you are pessimistic and decisive. If you picked Rocky Road (like me) it means you are aggressive. Whattttttt?!? Are you F*$!ing Kidding me!!! I'm switching flavors. If your favorite flavor is coffee you are highly drammmmmmatic. And lastly, if you picked chocolate chip ... it means you are generous. Note: Marry a chocolate chip ice cream lover.

So, Heather and I were clearly feeling flirtatious and overly seductive because we made chocolate milk shake sprinkle shot glasses last week and we even have a little video for you. Scroll down for the tutorial and click on the link below to see the YouTube video. 

Watch How to Make Chocolate Shake Sprinkle Shots on Lilyshop How To


Chocolate Shake Sprinkle Shot Glasses

1/2 cup Whole Milk
3 scoops Chocolate Ice Cream
Bowl of sprinkles
1/4 bag of Milk Chocolate Chips

1. Melt your milk chocolate chips in the microwave at 30 second intervals (stirring in between every 30 seconds) until completely melted.

2. Dip each shot glass into the milk chocolate and submerge into your bowl of sprinkles. Place in freezer.

3. Add 3 scoops of chocolate ice cream and 1/2 cup whole milk to your blender and pulse it until smooth.    

4. Pull your shot glasses from the freezer and pour your milkshake into the sprinkle rimmed shot glasses. Serve immediately.

Jessie Daye