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Pumpkin Shake

Martha Stewart Living, October 2002

A can of filling often yields more than what's required for a pie. That extra puree, however, is just enough to blend into a delicious milk shake. Mix 1/2 cup pumpkin puree with 1 cup vanilla ice cream, 1/2 cup milk, and a pinch of cinnamon. Pumpkin fans will deem this creamy treat reason enough to open a can.

 

Comments (5)

  • YankeeinEngland 1 Nov, 2008

    To Dorothy Down Under-
    If you got to www.recipesource.com and type in 'pumpkin pie spice' you can get a recipe to make your own. I live in the UK and I can't get pumpkin pie spice here or canned pumpkin for that matter, so I make my own.

  • snailstar 30 Oct, 2008

    DorothyDownUnder- Yes, the pumpkin puree is the same thing as cooked pumpkin. We can get it canned here in the States. The spices that are typically in Pumpkin Pie Spice are: cinnamon, ginger, nutmet, allspice and sometimes cloves. Good luck. Hope this helps.

  • DorothyDownUnder 30 Oct, 2008

    Can you tell me if the Pumpkin Puree is the same as ordinary cooked pumpkin as we don't get the puree here in Aust. Also if I make Pumpkin Cookies what are the Pumpkin Spices that are usually used. I did see Pumpkin Spice Mix when I visited the Staes but didn't read the label. I also had Spiced Coffee are the same spices used for that too. Hoping someone can help me out. I plan on a nice spicey pumpkiny Halloween.
    Dorothy

  • VickiKS 20 Oct, 2008

    What a great idea. I'm going to make these for Thanksgiving.

  • SOMERSIZING 22 Sep, 2008

    I'm always looking for different delicious fruit drinks and this one is great. Everyone's taste bud's are primed and ready for this drink.