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I know, I know. Halloween is over. So why am I still pushing the pumpkin recipes you ask? Well, because pumpkin season isn’t over until Thanksgiving of course! In my world anyways! I was that person who got a pumpkin spice latte the minute they came out and I’m that person who buys pumpkin spice anything and everything at the grocery store, so naturally I’ve been making anything and everything pumpkin as well. While my pumpkin spice mug cake is quite amazing, I thought this year I’d try my hand at making something on the cooler side.
This delicious (okay maybe I’m a little bias) recipe will make enough for 2 servings. Funny story? When I started my search for the ingredients for this recipe, I honestly had NO idea where I would find the pumpkin. I’m not even kidding. Either that makes me a complete pumpkin novice (despite my current pumpkin flavored everything obsession) or I’m not the only one. I’m really hoping it’s the latter. So if you’re on the hunt for these ingredients, I found the pumpkin at my Walmart in the baking aisle by all of the other pie fillings! You’re welcome 😉
001. 2 tbsp of LIBBY’S® 100% Pure Pumpkin
002. 4 cups EDY’S® SLOW CHURNED® Light Ice Cream in Limited Edition Pumpkin Patch
003. 1 cup of milk
004. 1 tsp cinnamon spice
005. Whipped cream
001. Combine 4 scoops of EDY’S® SLOW CHURNED® Light Ice Cream in Limited Edition Pumpkin Patch, 2 tbsp of LIBBY’S® 100% Pure Pumpkin, 1 cup of milk and 1/2 tsp cinnamon spice in a large blender with a handful of ice cubes.
002. Blend until smooth and creamy in consistency.
003. Pour into a mason jar and top with whipped cream.
004. Sprinkle whipped cream with cinnamon and you’re set!
When it comes to this pumpkin spice ice cream shake, I decided to add a little extra pumpkin flavoring because I knew that the ice and the milk would likely tone down the pumpkin flavor of the ice cream. I wanted this shake to scream pumpkin and also maintain that perfect pumpkin orange color as well. Mission accomplished.
Alea finished up her shake in a matter of minutes and then began to beg for some of mine. Boy was it hard to give up the last few sips of mine, but being the good mother that I am, I let her have ’em. I just don’t have it in me to resist her cute little smile and sweet little pouty face!
What’s your favorite pumpkin flavored dessert?