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These Are the World’s Freakiest Milkshakes

These Are the World’s Freakiest Milkshakes

These “freakshakes” are completely out of control

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There are few better (or more fun) ways to cool down on a hot day than by indulging in a milkshake. Sweet, creamy, and (admit it) super-unhealthy, milkshakes are pretty much impossible to dislike. But over the past few years milkshakes have begun to morph into enormous, completely gut-busting monstrosities, and shops and restaurants around the world have begun to catch onto the trend.

These Are the World’s Freakiest Milkshakes (Slideshow)

Conjure up an image of a milkshake in your mind and you’ll probably end up with a cup filled up with blended milk and ice cream, with a straw or spoon poking out of it. And for all intents and purposes, that’s what a milkshake is, and what a milkshake should be. But we’re living in crazy times, my friends, and if there’s the opportunity to take a well-known food or drink item and pile as much other stuff on it as possible, someone’s going to do it (case in point: bloody Marys).

It might have something to do with the fact that a certain subset of people nowadays seem more interested in Instagramming their food than actually eating it (seriously, some of these milkshakes look delicious but not exactly edible, if that makes any sense), or it might just be the fact that when one person gets a good idea, copycats tend to quickly follow. Whatever the reason, milkshakes have gotten completely ridiculous — dare we say freaky — recently, and these 15 places are serving the freakiest ones on earth.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.


Disney Released The Recipe For Its Famous Tonga Toast And You'll Want To Make It Every Morning

It's stuffed with bananas and covered in cinnamon sugar.

Disney is going on a recipe sharing spree, and it&rsquos truly not holding back the good stuff. The latest recipe release&ndashjoining the likes of Mickey Mouse beignets, cheddar cheese soup, and Grey Stuff&ndashis for Disney&rsquos super-famous Tonga Toast.

The toast has been a classic at Kona Cafe and Capt. Cook&rsquos in Disney&rsquos Polynesian Village Resort for nearly 50 years. The Disney Parks Blog shared the recipe on its website along with a video that takes viewers through the steps and an easy-to-print version of the instructions.

There are three main parts to the recipe: banana-stuffed bread, batter, and cinnamon sugar. The recipe calls for a loaf of sourdough bread that you cut into four three-inch-thick slices. You then stuff the slices with banana before covering them in batter and putting them in hot oil, as you would with typical French toast. The cinnamon sugar is the easiest part, because all you have to do is mix granulated sugar and cinnamon. Once the toast is golden brown, remove it from the oil and toss it in the cinnamon sugar. Top it with syrup if you so desire, and enjoy. The recipe doesn&rsquot feature any toppings, but it would probably be phenomenal topped with Nutella or fruit.

This recipe came just in time for Mother&rsquos Day, so you don&rsquot have to think about what you&rsquore going to whip up to celebrate that morning. and every morning after that.