Jul 6, 2017

Review: Burger King - Lucky Charms Shake

Burger King's Lucky Charms Shake features Lucky Charms cereal blended with marshmallow cereal-flavored syrup and vanilla soft serve, garnished with whipped topping.

I went and bought one for $3.59 but chose to forgo the whipped topping to get a better look at the shake itself.

Whether it was the syrup, the bits of cereal, or both, there was the familiar taste of sweet oats to the shake along with the sweet creaminess of milk left in the bowl after you're done eating all your cereal. The shake was fairly thick but not so much that I had problems getting it up the straw.

The little pieces of cereal didn't add any crunch to the shake but you do get the soggy, slightly powdery feel of Lucky Charms marshmallows.

The result is that all the pieces fit together very well to deliver the experience of eating Lucky Charms cereal and milk. I could use a little more of the namesake cereal for texture but the flavors were spot-on and the shake was otherwise really nice.

Nutritional Info - Burger King Lucky Charms Shake
Calories - 740 (from Fat - 150)
Fat - 17g (Saturated Fat - 11g)
Sodium - 580mg
Carbs - 129g (Sugar - 107g)
Protein - 16g

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