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If you think you know Dora…think again! Dora’s going on her biggest adventure yet when Dora and the Lost City of Gold hits theatres August 9! Get ready for the fun with a bigger than Boots Banana Freakshake recipe inspired by the film.
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Easy Boots Banana Freakshake Recipe
I was so excited when I first saw the trailer for Dora and the Lost City of Gold! If you’re like me and watched hundreds of episodes of the cartoon version with your kids, you might be excited for this live-action adventure too. It’s so fun that Dora, Diego and Boots are back! This new film in theaters August 9, will most definitely bring back memories.
To get you in the “swing” of things, I created the ultimate ice cream shake inspired by Dora’s best monkey friend, Boots. This easy Boots Banana Freakshake is filled with banana ice cream, gooey hot fudge, chocolate sprinkles, brownies, whipped cream and more! It’s delicioso!
What is the Dora movie about?
Having spent most of her life exploring the jungle with her parents, nothing could prepare Dora (Isabela Moner) for her most dangerous adventure ever – High School.
Always the explorer, Dora quickly finds herself leading Boots (her best friend, a monkey), Diego (Jeffrey Wahlberg), a mysterious jungle inhabitant (Eugenio Derbez), and a rag tag group of teens on a live-action adventure to save her parents (Eva Longoria, Michael Peña) and solve the impossible mystery behind a lost city of gold.
What is a Freakshake?
A freakshake is basically a mega huge milkshake combining ice cream with candy, then stacking the top of the cup with high calorie desserts such as brownies, candy bars, cotton candy and often entire slices of cake. It’s said the freakshake trend started in Australia, but now basically everywhere! If you can eat the whole thing, you’re a dessert loving rock star! ha!
Freakshake with Dora and the Lost City of Gold Printables
Make the most of summer by making my easy and super delicioso Boots Banana Freakshake! A simple to make banana ice cream, with hot fudge, chocolate drizzled bananas, whipped cream and more! This fun recipe also comes with the free printables you need to create your Dora and the Lost City of Gold milkshake.
This crazy shake will bring out your adventurous side. Not only is it exciting to make, but would be perfect desserts for a Dora themed birthday party. Make a big batch of banana milkshakes, fill small mason jars and let the kids stack the desserts they want on the lid. Better yet, put the slice of cake on top of the glass!
How to make a Boots Banana Freakshake
There are many ways you can make a freakshake. I hope you enjoy some inspiration from this wild banana shake recipe. It will surely get you in the mood for the film in theatres soon.
Step 1: Prepare printables by downloading the Dora and the Lost City of Gold Free Printables. Print, trim and attach Boots to twine and tie to straws or wooden skewers. Attach a Dora flag to drinking straw. Set aside.
Step 2: Spread a large spoonful of room temperature hot fudge around the bottom of a glass.
Step 3: Use a bread knife and add hot fudge around the rim of the glass. Use a damp paper towel to wipe excess and create a nice even strip of chocolate.
Step 4: Tilt glass over a large bowl or sink and sprinkle chocolate jimmies onto the hot fudge. Gently press down any sprinkles to secure. Set aside.
Step 5: Put brownies, rice krisipies treats or desired candy onto a wooden skewer. Set aside.
Step 6: Blend vanilla ice cream, half of a banana and milk to make a banana milkshake.
Step 7: Gently pour milkshake into glass and add a whole banana onto the glass rim, then add skewer with treats.
Step 8: Top with whipped cream, drizzle with chocolate and a cherry.
Step 9: Garnish with Dora printables and straws. Enjoy!
DORA AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD swings into theatres August 9.
Boots inspired Banana Freakshake recipe inspired by Dora and the Lost City of Gold. A mega banana milkshake combined with hot fudge, chocolate sprinkles, brownies, whipped cream and more! It’s delicioso!
- 2 cups vanilla ice cream
- 1 1/2 bananas
- 1/4 cup hot fudge
- 1/4 cup chocolate jimmies
- 1 brownie
- 1 Rice Krispies treat
- 1 tablespoon chocolate syrup
- 1/2 cup whipped cream
- cherry for garnish
Dora Party Decor
- Dora and the Lost City of Gold printables
- glue dots
- paper straws
- wooden skewers
- Prepare printables by downloading the Dora and the Lost City of Gold Free Printables. Print, trim and attach Boots the monkey to twine and tie to straws or wooden skewers. Attach a Dora flag to drinking straw. Set aside.
- Spread a large spoonful of room temperature hot fudge around the bottom of a glass.
- Use a bread knife and add hot fudge around the rim of the glass. Use a damp paper towel to wipe excess and create a nice even strip of chocolate.
- Tilt glass over a large bowl or sink and sprinkle chocolate jimmies onto the hot fudge. Gently press down any sprinkles to secure. Set aside.
- Put brownies, Rice Krisipies treats or desired candy onto a wooden skewer. Set aside.
- Blend vanilla ice cream, half of a banana and milk to make a banana milkshake.
- Gently pour milkshake into glass and add a whole banana onto the glass rim, then add skewer with treats.
- Top with whipped cream, drizzle with chocolate and a cherry.
- Garnish with Dora printables and straws. Enjoy!
Last updated on April 29th, 2019 at 03:51 pm
Enjoy these fun Teacher Appreciation Gift Ideas with free printables! Download these pretty pdf files to create wonderful DIY gifts for your teachers. Find cute gift tags, thank you cards and more!
Cute Teacher Appreciation Gifts to thank a teacher!
Teacher Appreciation Week usually happens during the first week of May. With it being the end of the school year, we’re often super busy, but with these simple Teacher Appreciation Gifts with Free Printables, there is no reason NOT to show your children’s teachers thanks with a sweet gift.
I have designed a lot of free printables for back to school, printable thank you cards and gifts for teachers here at Living Locurto. To make it easy for you to find some printables to download fast, I have rounded up my favorite Teacher Appreciation free printables and gift ideas! You’ll also find a few more cute printables from some of my favorite blogs.
10 Simple Teacher Appreciation Gifts
Enjoy these Teacher Appreciation Gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week. Printables and fun gift ideas to thank your teachers!
Originally published April 30, 2013
1. Thank You Teacher Cards and Tags
These sweet owl Thank You Teacher Free Printable Cards & Tags are adorable!
2. Thanks You’re Sweet Goodie Bag Tags
These Thank You Free Printable Labels for plastic baggie treats are one of my most popular designs!
3. Summer Send Off Teacher Gift
Enjoy Free Printable Tags for a Cute Summer Send Off Teacher Gift!
4. Thank You For Helping Me Grow gift tags
Teacher “Thank You For Helping Me Grow” gift tags are super cute along with a potted plant.
5. Teacher Gift Tags and Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes
These adorable Teacher Appreciation Free Printable Gift Tags and Ice Cream Sundae Cupcakes are always a huge hit up at school.
6. Simple Teacher Note Card
A simple Teacher Note Card is perfect to add to any teacher appreciation gift!
7. Bright Chevron Thank You Card & Tags
I always love these pretty yellow and white Chevron Thank You Card & Tags!
8. You’re Peachy Keen Free Printable Gift Tags
You’re Peachy Keen Free Printable Gift Tags are super cute and can go with just about any gift!
9. Teacher Gift Card Holder
This is a pretty card for a holding a Teacher’s Gift Card from Paper and Pigtails for Skip to My Lou.
10. Teacher Thank You Tags for Straws
I love these cute Teacher Thank You Tags for Straws by Lisa Storms.
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