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A quick fall dessert thats guaranteed to please.MORE+LESS-

Updated November 26, 2014

BOURBON WHIPPED CREAM

1/2

teaspoon vanilla extract

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    For whipped cream, whisk together cream, bourbon, sugar, and vanilla in a cold metal bowl until it holds stiff peaks. Store in the fridge until needed.

  • 2

    For milkshake, combine ice cream, pumpkin, milk, bourbon, and spices in a blender and blend until smooth.

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    Pour milk shake between two cups, top with bourbon; whipped cream, and sprinkle with ground cinnamon.

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More About This Recipe

  • These pumpkin milkshakes are a great sip of fall.

    I always find myself overbuying canned pumpkin this time of year. When I see the walls of it at the store, I can’t help but grab a few cans even if I already have a few at home.

    The problem is I can mentally see all the delicious things I want to make with the stuff, like this Pumpkin Pie Milkshake, and I would hate to not have it when the cravings hit!

    As you might imagine, this isn’t necessarily a hard recipe to make, so it’s nice to kick it up a notch by making some homemade whipped cream for the milkshakes. I add a little splash of bourbon in mine for an extra kick (or leave it out for kiddos).

    For the whipped cream, basically you just whisk everything together until it forms stiff peaks and then store it in the fridge until your milkshake is ready.

    Now for the shake! Again, I added a splash of bourbon to my milkshake. Not enough to get ya drunk or anything – it just helps give the shake some deep, interesting flavors. And, yes, you can leave it out for abstaining friends or kids.

    To make the shakes, just combine everything in a blender! Add the ice cream and pumpkin first and then pour in everything else.

    Pulse this in your blender until it’s nice and smooth. The pumpkin puree will actually help it blend and make it really easy.

    This was my finished milkshake mixture.

    I like this recipe as is, but feel free to taste it at this point and adjust to your liking. You could add an extra dash of vanilla, for instance, or up any of the spices if you want it more flavorful.

    Simply pour it in a glass, top it with a lot of bourbon whipped cream, and garnish it with some ground cinnamon.

    This is the perfect time of year for this milkshake – so don’t miss your chance to make it!

    Nick thinks you could leave the bourbon out of this recipe if you wanted, but he wouldn’t recommend it. Be sure to check out his blog, Macheesmo, and follow him on his Tablespoon profile.


Skinny Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

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All of the great flavors of pumpkin pie come together in these healthy Skinny Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes!

This week was supposed to be my epic Get-Caught-Up-On-All-Matters-Of-Life-And-Blogging-And-Feel-On-TOP-Of-Things-Again week.

I had grand lists made up this past Monday for everything from laundry to developing zillions of recipes to conquering my inbox to registering my car tags and everything else that has found its way to my to-do list this past month.

And people, I don’t know how this happens to me, but I’d say pretty much 20% of everything I wanted to do actually got done. Which means about 80% did not. Gah. How does that happen? It was definitely a great week, but not the fabulously productive one in the ways that I was hoping.

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Still, there were a few sweet moments of surprise this week that are worth noting:

1) I found out that the Thanksgiving line of Hallmark cards was released. So I dropped everything (hence, the lack of productiveness) to run to the store to see for myself. Sure enough, my little hopes came true — my dog is now on a Hallmark Card. I’m so proud of my little guy!

2) Speaking of Hallmark, I was back in this past week to work on a food shoot. But instead of food styling on my own like usual, I had the chance to assist a pro food stylist, which was awesome. I have been dabbling some in studio food styling this last year, but my role has been nearly all self-taught. So it was extra sweet to finally get to work under someone and ask a zillion questions and learn some more secrets. And use a blow torch.

3) Had no idea that season two of The Mindy Project was premiering this week. She rocked her new short hair cut!

4) I decided that I am finally learning to like eggplant. Especially when it is roasted and pureed in a dip.

5) And this delicious “skinny” pumpkin pie milkshake was born!

Actually, I was planning to make a homemade pumpkin spice latte instead this week. But when the temps soared back into the 90s again, I decided to go for a frozen treat instead.

Our family grew up obsessed with making homemade milkshakes, but they almost always involved scoops upon scoops of ice cream. I’m totally down with that some days. But I thought it would be fun to experiment with a “skinny” milkshake instead. I happened to have almond milk and Greek yogurt in the fridge. So I combined those with some pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spices and vanilla. And then blended in some frozen banana and ice cubes for thickness. And voila!

This Skinny Pumpkin Pie Milkshake was born! It might be more accurately classified as a smoothie. But there’s a lot of tasty milk in there. So I vote we call it a healthy milkshake. )

Perfect for fall, perfect for a healthy sweet tooth craving, and perfect for crazy-wonderful-unpredictable weeks.


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Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

Enjoy this delicious pumpkin pie milkshake garnished with whipped cream and cinnamon sticks.

Ingredients
2
cups vanilla ice cream, slightly softened
1/3
cup milk
1/4
teaspoon pumpkin pie spice or ground cinnamon
1/8
slice cold baked pumpkin pie, cut into chunks (from 9-inch pie)
Sweetened whipped cream, if desired
Cinnamon sticks, if desired

1
In blender, place ice cream, milk and pumpkin pie spice. Cover and blend on high speed until smooth and creamy. Add pie chunks cover and blend until smooth, stopping blender to scrape down sides if necessary.
2
Pour into 2 glasses top with sweetened whipped cream and garnish with cinnamon stick. Serve immediately.

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Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

So, we’re set here at the Choi household. After a trip to ALDI for all of my candy (saved some money = no brainer), an emergency trip to Target, rattling through what was left in the Halloween costume section, browsing wigs, tutus, finding some really cute hair accessories and rummaging through my daughter’s closet for the closest thing to “princess” shoes I could find, we now have a Queen and a Princess.

You should know that a week ago, these kids of mine were perfectly happy wearing costumes they already had here at home. . but then they talked to their friends at school . . and the mention of the school Halloween parade messed them up so we had to up the ante and get new costumes. Anyway, I’m happy for them. . this is their first Halloween here in Wisconsin and my neighborhood gets all into the Halloween spirit. There will even be a real-ish haunted house right down the street. My neighbors supposedly go all out so I can’t wait to check it out.

In the midst of traveling and figuring out what my kids were going to wear, I completely forgot about my own costume! I think I’m just going to wear a black trash bag with a belt and I’ll pick up a witches hat from Target. Pretty inventive, huh?

Well, one thing I did not forget. . and this is probably the most important thing: the treats. And I’m talking the after trick-or-treating treats for me, my friends and the kids.

I don’t know about you, but I love a good milkshake. Takes me back. . and I’m so happy I picked up these milkshake glasses from Amazon. So, after a little thinking and testing, I came up with this fabulous milkshake: My Pumpkin Pie Milkshake. Everything you love in a pumpkin pie. . but in a milkshake!

I started with Pacific’s NEW organic pumpkin puree (which comes in a BOX which I love). It’s 100% USDA Organic, non-GMO pumpkin (that&rsquos it!) sourced from Washington, Oregon and California and is packaged in recyclable, 100% BPA-free cartons. “The innovative packaging seals in freshness while preserving texture and flavor, giving you the closest thing to homemade pumpkin puree, minus the heavy lifting.”

And of course some ice cream and my Diamond of California Chopped Walnuts! You could absolutely use pecans too!! If you look in my pantry, I always (always) have a good amount of nuts on hand. Pecans, walnuts, pine nuts and almonds. I love texture so I always add some nuts over savory dishes or toppings for sweet treats like this!

Here’s how it went down. You will have Pumpkin Pie Milkshake goodness in 3 minutes flat.

Blend together your vanilla ice cream (feel free to use pumpkin ice cream if you have it), the pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice and a splash of milk.

Puree and then add in some sugar or pumpkin cookies (whatever you have at home)

You can add some honey or maple syrup to sweeten it but I just stopped here. It was delicious and sweet enough for me. Then, serve in glasses, top with whipped cream and chopped walnuts and chocolate sprinkles! Voila! How easy was that?!

“My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard. . And they’re like. . It’s better than yours. . Damn right it’s better than yours. . I can teach you but I have to charge.” lala la la la ..

Come on. it’s a MILKSHAKE RECIPE. Enjoy. . and adults, pour a little bourbon in there and have a happy Halloween!!


Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

When you think of the word “vegan,” do you think of salad or do you think of milkshakes? I think of both since my diet is a balance, so today I’m sharing a decadent recipe for pumpkin pie milkshakes!

Now that fall is here, pumpkin is front and central on every corner. From the hipster bodega ironically selling decorative pumpkins to your neighborhood Starbucks unabashedly selling venti-sized pumpkin spice lattes, nobody is safe from the annual pumpkin trend.

I’ve done my fair share of pumpkin baking, but I wanted an easier pumpkin treat that required litle to no work, so I decided to whip up this 2-minute pumpkin pie milkshake. Or mylkshake, whichever spelling you prefer.

The next time you’re craving a Starbucks pumpkin spice latte, save your money and dignity by making this homemade treat yourself!

Ingredients

10 ounces of pumpkin puree (2/3 of a 15 ounce can)

1 cup vegan vanilla ice cream

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Whipped topping for garnish

Directions

Place all ingredients (except whipped topping) in a blender and blend until thoroughly combined and you have a thick, creamy texture.


Pumpkin Pie Milkshake Recipe

One of the things I love best about milkshakes is that they are so quick and easy to make. Throw everything in a blender and hit "blend." Pour into glass and consume.

This pumpkin pie milkshake does have an extra step of making a caramel sauce, but it's the easiest caramel sauce in the world. Also, you can totally just buy a jarred version from the store. Or you can skip it all together if you just want to get this milkshake into your mouth as quickly as possible.

I often make caramel sauce from scratch, but that seemed a little too time-consuming for this otherwise super simple milkshake. So instead, I unwrapped a few Werther's Original Soft Caramels and put them in a saucepan with a little water. They melted into a delicious sauce.

And while the caramels were melting, I put the ice cream, milk, pumpkin puree, cinnamon, nutmeg, and three graham crackers into my blender and pureed until smooth.

If you'd rather use a little pumpkin pie spice, you can add that in instead of the cinnamon and nutmeg.

Oh wait, don't forget to rim your glass with graham cracker crumbs. Again, you're welcome to skip this step, but I think it's worth crushing a couple graham crackers.

Then I poured the milkshakes into the glasses. And drizzled some of that caramel goodness on top.

And found myself actually grateful for the chill in the air as I gulped it right down. Sure, a milkshake is perhaps best on a hot summer day, but when you make them in delicious fall flavors, they can take you right through autumn.

What am I even saying? I'm just as excited to make a holiday-style peppermint milkshake. Not to mention, eggnog, gingerbread, you get the point. Seasonal milkshakes make me SO happy.

I'm not going to lie. This tasted EXACTLY like pumpkin pie. Right down to the graham cracker crust and caramel drizzle on top. I think I'm in love. Even if I did have to drink it while snuggled under a fleece blanket.

These are the kinds of things that make the departure of summer worth it. That and tall Cole Haan boots with Nike soles and cardigans that feel like cashmere (but aren't because I can't afford that).

Here's to everything that makes fall worth it. Including the perfect excuse to get cuddled up on the couch with a good book, fuzzy socks, and a pumpkin pie milkshake.

What makes fall worth it to you?

If you're looking for more delicious milkshake recipes, be sure to check out my Bourbon S'mores Milkshake or my Matcha Milkshake. And now I want to try this Apple Cider Milkshake from Amanda's Cookin'!


The Ultimate Thanksgiving Leftovers, Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

…because we all know you get way too full on stuffing and sweet potatoes to finish all that glorious pie.

And who could let a slice of pie go to waste?

After the strenuous day of turkey eating and wearing yoga pants, you’ll love this recipe because it’s easy as pie .

Seriously…all you need is a slice of leftover pie, ice cream, and some milk. Simply blend everything together and you’re done.

I opted for Halo Top ice cream so I can pretend I’m being healthy.


Leftover Pumpkin Pie Milkshake

Put on your comfiest stretchy pants cause things are about to get real cozy.
Especially if you love.

3) burying every slice of pumpkin pie under a mound of whipped cream (the logical thing to do).

If you said yes to any of the above, then you NEED this pumpkin pie milkshake in your life ASAP. (Lemony Strawberry Shortcake Milkshakes, too!)

Self-care's important, ya know?

I'm not exaggerating in the slightest when I say it's glorious.

This stuff-of-dreams pumpkin pie milkshake is inspired by the pumpkin pie concrete from Andy's Frozen Custard. I ordered this seasonal drink a few years back & knew I needed to re-make it at home (once I had the necessary pie on hand - Thanksgiving to the rescue).

As much as I love a good slice of custard pie (pumpkin or sweet potato) with lots of whipped cream on top, the milkshake form is just. superior.


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