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My favorite month is here! The tournament brackets were announced yesterday and I can’t wait to spend my nights (ok days too) watching college basketball. We love watching the tournament with friends and enjoy serving basketball-themed foods. Since one of our go-to treats are homemade milkshakes, I decided to make some for the tournament with Reese’s Pieces and Reese’s Mini Cups (I purchased them at WalMart). Hooray for Reese’s Milkshakes!! The Pieces (especially the orange ones) look amazing chopped up and Karo Syrup(ed) to the rim of glass ice cream glasses and scattered on top of the milkshake.
And to make the best milkshake ever, take your favorite vanilla ice cream, whole milk and handfuls of Reese’s Mini Cups. Place the ice cream in a frozen bowl, mix-in the chopped up Reese’s Mini Cups, pour in a tablespoon of milk and mix with a large spoon. Place your milkshake in the Reese’s-rimmed glass dishes and enjoy!
Do you have a favorite Reese’s recipe? Well I have great news! You can enter The Snack Talk Challenge, an exciting challenge that REESE’S is giving to consumers encouraging them to submit their best game time REESE’S recipe. Well then show us your #SnackTalk for a chance to be nationally recognized! The final winner will be recognized on www.reesessnacktalk.com, CBS and walmart.com! Participants can enter their recipe submissions on www.reesessnacktalk.com. There will also be special in-store displays at Walmart highlighting the challenge and all of your favorite REESE’S products that you can grab for your perfect game day snack recipe.
TO ENTER: Follow REESE’S on Twitter @ReesesPBCups2, Make your best REESE’S recipe and then share your recipe on on Twitter or Instagram (via Twitter) with #SnackTalk #ChallengeEntry