Shake Shack Launches New Poppy’s Sugar Cookie Shake, Branch’s Chocolate Peppermint Shake And Viva’s Cinnamon Roll Shake As Part Of New Trolls-Inspired Holiday Milkshakes


Shake Shack and DreamWorks Animation are teaming up to celebrate the upcoming release of the new feature film Trolls Band Together with three new Trolls-themed holiday milkshakes, each inspired by elements of the leading characters in the film, including Poppy, Branch and Viva, as well as new flavors like Pink Sugar Cookie, Cinnamon Bun and Mint Chocolate.

Starting at a suggested price of $7.29, here’s a closer look at Shake Shack’s new Trolls-themed milkshakes:

  • Poppy’s Sugar Cookie Shake: Hand-spun sugar cookie frozen custard blended with cookie dough pop candy and topped with whipped cream and cotton candy.
  • Branch’s Chocolate Peppermint Shake: Hand-spun vanilla and chocolate frozen custard blended with mint fudge and then topped with whipped cream and mint candy crunch.
  • Viva’s Cinnamon Roll Shake: Hand-spun cinnamon roll frozen custard mixed with gold frosting and topped with whipped cream and gold confetti.

In addition, the new shakes also come accompanied by Trolls-inspired holiday packaging, including a takeout bag, a cup, and a trayliner, and can now be found at Shake Shack restaurants across the country, excluding stadium and airport locations.

Additionally, and to celebrate the launch, Shake Shack is inviting fans in Los Angeles, California to enjoy a Trolls-themed experience at the West Hollywood Shack at 8520 Santa Monica Blvd., complete with Trolls characters on the Shack’s roof, as well as giveaways and an interactive musical experience with music from the new feature film.

You can find the new Trolls-themed holiday shakes at participating Shake Shack locations for a limited time. Prices may vary.

DreamWorks Animation’s Trolls Band Together is slated to hit theaters nationwide on November 17, 2023.


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