DIY

Welcome to The Peep Show...

...where all your bunny fantasies come true.

Wait. Get your mind out of the gutter. We're talking about a #freakfrappe!!!

Throughout the month of April, we're serving up something you'll definitely want to peep on.

The Peep Show #FreakFrappe

What's inside? An Angel Food Cake Frappe with chocolate syrup, rainbow sprinkles, jelly beans, and a few of those bunnies people go nuts for. And because no frappe can be served without a massive slab of something sweet, we threw a piece of Angel Food Cake on top. It wouldn't be a Boston Burger Company #freakfrappe without a touch of outrageous.

Sip on this all month long for only 11 bucks. Or try and make it yourself. Then send us pics because we want to peep on yours too.

Ingredients:

  • 8 oz. vanilla ice cream
  • 6 oz. whole milk
  • 2 tbsp. of Angel Food Cake mix
  • chocolate syrup
  • vanilla frosting
  • rainbow sprinkles
  • a slice of Angel Food Cake
  • jelly beans
  • marshmallow peeps
  • whipped cream

Directions:

  1.  Coat top two inches of a pint glass with vanilla frosting. Don't be afraid to lay it on thick. Toss some rainbow sprinkles on a plate, then roll frosted glass onto sprinkles to coat rim. Repeat if necessary. The more sprinkles, the better!
  2. In a blender, whip ice cream, milk, and Angel Food Cake mix. Blend for 1 minute or until smooth. 
  3. Drizzle inside of pint glass with chocolate syrup. Pour frappe in glass, leaving about 1/4 inch unfilled. Fill remainder with whipped cream.
  4. Place a slice of Angel Food Cake on top of glass. Top cake with whipped cream. Garnish cake and plate with marshmallow peeps and jelly beans. Drizzle with more chocolate syrup. Slurp, slurp, ENJOY!!!

7 Costumes for Procrastinating Foodies

Let's be honest, foodies. You have been too obsessed with reading blog posts and scrolling through Instagram to follow through on your Halloween costume this year. And while your friends are trying on their $80 Urban Outfitters Animal Onsies, you are frantically searching through your closet and recycling to throw together a homemade costume. Based on these assumptions...you clearly need some guidance. So check out our list of DIY last minute costume ideas that might even win a contest...or just cause some hunger pains. Either way, get your camera out.

1. An Avocado: Before you judge, think about the amount of burgas you're allowed to eat before this costume debut. #win

2. Hula Man: Alright this has nothing to with food. Or does it...Hint, hint. You might of thought our October Burga Box was good...oh, just wait for November. Cue the hula skirts and tropical breeze.  Look out for our email coming out on Tuesday to find out more.

3. Salt and Pepper Shakers - Grab your bestie and get shakin'.

4. A Pineapple. Get tropical.

5. Be our friend, Guy Fieri. AKA the Host of Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and a lover of our Mac Attack Burger

6. Sushi. Roll up to the party like...yeah!

 

7. Be a Freak Frappe...or just eat one.

    HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!    

 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!