This recipe was created out of a love of pumpkin pie, and milkshakes. When I get into pumpkin season I can’t NOT make pumpkin pie. I’ll eat it until I can’t feel like I can take another bite. I didn’t want to throw it away and started thinking about a way to repurpose it. What do you use leftover pumpkin pie for? A pumpkin milkshake is the clear answer!
The good news is you might already have everything. Vanilla ice cream is the best base as it’s delicious on its own but won’t add any crazy additional flavor. Milk is up next and just a splash of vanilla to round it out. The final ingredient is of course pumpkin pie. Crust and all. Have a few extra bits of crust? Break them into crumbles and use them as a topping.
10/10 is the right choice use up your leftover pumpkin pie, and treat yourself for doing whatever hard thing you’ve had to do today. Even if that was to not do anything in the first place.
Good Pumpkin Pie
First things first, if you are looking for a yummy pumpkin pie recipe I got you covered. This recipe is extra creamy on its due to it having cream cheese and heavy cream in it. It’s an absolute staple in our household and I’m guessing a 8/10 one of the reasons why this specific milkshake is so good.
Finish Your Milkshake With
Every milkshake needs a whipped cream topping. Yes, you can use store-bought, but if we’ve come this far might as well make it a home run, ya know? Here is the main recipe I use for whipped cream. I actually came home from picking up my son from school today and my daughter was making it, haha. She wanted something to put on her pancakes… I feel like I’m winning parenting right now.
Impossible. I believe in you…
Pumpkin Pie Milkshake
- 1 Slice Pumpkin Pie
- 1 1/2 Cup Vanilla Ice Cream
- 1/2 Cup Milk
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- Add all the ingredients into a blender.
- Blend for 15-30 seconds until completely smooth.
- Feel free to add more milk until it reached your desired consistancy.
- Pour into a glass and top with whipped cream & extra pie crumbs.
- Drink slowly and enjoy thoroughly.
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