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Make Yourself Some Jughead RIVERDALE Milkshakes

Make Yourself Some Jughead RIVERDALE Milkshakes

As a long time Archie fan I’ve been anticipating the debut of Riverdale since the CW‘s dark take on the Archie series was announced a year ago. While this is a different interpretation of the 76-year old comics, one thing will be consistent: Pop’s Choklit Shop. The hang-out will always be the go-to for food and drama, and where there’s food, you know you’ll find Jughead.

This special milkshake is piled high with all of Jughead’s favorite things at Pop’s, including his beloved hat. Think of this treat as the perfect all-in-one meal for watching the premiere episode of Riverdale in a way only Jughead Jones could enjoy it. Hold onto your crown beanies, nothing in Riverdale is as it seems.


Jughead’s Riverdale Milkshakes
(makes 2)
Curved chocolate crown ingredients:
-3 ounces black Candy Melts
-White icing
-Red icing

Milkshake ingredients:
-4 cups chocolate ice cream
-1/2 cup chocolate milk
-2 Tablespoons chocolate syrup

-2 mini hamburger sliders
-French fries
-2 small pickles
-4 skewers
-Whipped cream

Wrap a rolling pin in parchment paper and secure with tape.

Place the candy melts in a heat-safe bowl and microwave at 30 second intervals until melted. Pour the melts into a piping bag or a decorating squeeze bottle.


Using a #5 tip, pipe crown shapes onto the parchment wrapped rolling pin. Place in the refrigerator to set. Once set add the details with at #3 tip and white and red icings.

In a blender add the chocolate ice cream, chocolate milk, and chocolate syrup. Blend until just combined but still thick. Pour into glasses, top with whipped cream.

Place the sliders, fries and pickles onto skewers and place into the milkshakes. Top with a chocolate Jughead crown.

Images: Jenn Fujikawa
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