Disney’s Descendants Recipe – Mal’s Milkshake #Disney #VillainDescendants (ad)

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As pretty much everyone who has ever met me knows.  I LOVE Disney!  The thing that might not be common knowledge is that I REALLY love the Disney Villains. Apparently it runs in the family. My dad has always been a huge fan of Maleficent, and Avery is becoming a Villain superfan herself!

When I first started seeing promos for Disney’s Descendants on The Disney Channel, I was intrigued!  It looked like such a fun movie, and I really wanted to see it! I thought Avery may be a bit young for it, but I was wrong.  She LOVED it! Especially Maleficent (Who is played by Kristin Chenoweth and is hilarious!)

If you haven’t heard of Disney’s Descendants, it is an Original Disney Channel movie featuring the children of some of Disney’s most famous villains!

We ran to Walmart to pick up a copy of the movie and we  grabbed the soundtrack as well, because it’s awesome! Avery has not stopped singing  “Rotten To The Core” The DVD came with a free bracelet, and Avery was so excited that it would be just for her! Disney's Descendants at Walmart

We also grabbed one of the Villain Kids dolls. Avery chose Mal, our favorite character. I also let her get some purple hair chalk so she could look like Mal! (And now I want to dye my hair purple again!!) Purple Hair - Mal Descendants Style

When we watch movies at home, I always like to make fun, themed treats. Avery has been on a milkshake kick lately, and while I don’t let her have them often, I figured movie night would be the perfect time.

I wanted to stick with our Descendants theme, so I got to work on some villainous Mal’s Milkshakes!

These milkshakes are simple, and only require 3 ingredients. Ice cream, flavored gelatin, and milk!  For this recipe I used grape and lime gelatin because I wanted it to be purple and green, but you can use any flavors you like!

For the purple layer:

3 cups vanilla ice cream

1 (3 oz) package Grape gelatin

1 cup milk

For the green layer:

3 cups vanilla ice cream

1 (3 oz) package Lime gelatin

1 cup milk

(If you find that these are too strong/sweet, you can cut the gelatin in half)

Serves 4

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  1. Add grape gelatin and milk to the blender.
  2. Mix well until the gelatin is dissolved.
  3. Put ice cream into blender with the gelatin mixture.
  4. Blend for 30 seconds or until it’s the consistency you like your shakes.
  5. Pour into a glass.
  6. Follow these steps with the lime gelatin, top with whipped cream and serve!This recipe serves 2-4 depending on how

Mal from Disney's Descendants - Milkshake recipe

*Tip-If you’d like the layered look, you may want to put the glasses in the freezer, after you pour in the first color, to “Set up” a bit before you pour in the second color. Avery drinking a milkshake

Avery loved the milkshake, and loved having movie time with mommy and Mal!  Disney's Descendants on DVD and the Soundtrack

I really enjoyed Descendants, and the lesson it teaches about good overcoming evil.  Have you seen Descendants? Who is your favorite villain? Mal's Milkshake - Disney's Descendants

9 comments

  1. Erica says:

    My daughter is 4yrs old and she loves the descendants she has memorized all the songs she watches it so much lol. She is even having a descendants glow party for her 5th birthday and she is very excited. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe i cant wait for my daughter to try it shes going to love it.

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Denice! I just updated this recipe. I use a full package (the 3oz size) for the batch, It makes 2-4 shakes, depending on how large your serving sizes are.

  2. Lindsay Rice says:

    Did you use the whole package of lime and grape gelatin with the 3 scoops of ice cream and 1/2 cup of milk? We followed the recipe above and they were too strong and we could taste the grit of the gelatin. Would love to try again the correct way!

    • Sarah says:

      Hi Lindsay! This recipe was from quite awhile ago, and we’ve since tweaked how we do it a bit. I updated the recipe above as we now use a full cup of milk, and I realize that I didn’t specify the package size of the gelatin (I use the 3oz – 4 servings size) My apologies!! Thank you for your comment and for bringing this to my attention so I could fix it!

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