Pumpkin Pie Shake Recipe

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Do you like Pumpkin Pie? Do you like milkshakes? Well, if so, you are gonna love this super easy and super delicious pumpkin pie shake recipe. This shake literally tastes like a piece of pumpkin pie… a cold and creamy piece! I made these shakes for the family last weekend and they were a huge hit!

2 cups vanilla ice cream (any kind you like!)
1 cup milk
2/3 cup canned pumpkin
1/4 cup packed brown sugar
3/4 teaspoon pumpkin-pie spice

frozen whipped topping, thawed
Pumpkin-pie spice

Combine first 5 ingredients in a blender; process until smooth. Pour ice cream mixture into 4 glasses. Top each with whipped topping and sprinkle with the additional pumpkin-pie spice, if desired. Easy Peasy! ๐Ÿ™‚

(Recipe Credit: Cooking Light)

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  1. Lily

    Dreyers has the pumpkin flavored ice cream out right now.. I will try with that.

    • Michelle L.

      Thank U, Amber!!

  2. Jennifer Savino

    Another keeper. Sounds yummy! ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. ashley

    Oh my yum! I think I’ll celebrate the weekend with this! Thanks ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Erin

    yummy!! this looks so good!

  5. Ger

    Can’t wait to try this~thanks!

  6. Robbie

    Oh my word! That sounds delicious!!!! My daughter loves the Starbucks pumpkin latte so I’m sure she will love this. Thanks Collin!!!!!!

  7. irene

    Just roasted up a pumpkin to add to Mac and cheese. If there’s any pumpkin left, I’m making a smoothie — milkshake’s healthier cousin!

  8. stacy

    Zumba the pounds away!

  9. Tera

    Yum. Pinning ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Catie

    This sounds AMAZING!!

  11. Kate

    I’m drooling ๐Ÿ˜‰

  12. Laura

    I make pumpkin pie smoothies!

  13. Carrie

    Great idea! Just wanted to mention one thing – I know that you’re trying to get more all-natural ingredients – Cool Whip is complete garbage, but Trader Joe’s sells its own brand in their frozen case, and it’s all-natural (without hfcs) and delish! Not judging anyone else – just trying to help!

    • mat

      i was gonna say something similar…mostly that it made me laugh that everything was organic …and then there’s cool whip! nothing but chemicals. (and the artificial sweetener is way worse for your body than sugar too but that’s a pretty common misconception)
      like the pp said, not judgeing, just thought it was interesting. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • maflies1

        Have you tried Fage Greek yogurt? It’s wonderful, thick, and tastes really creamy, but is thick (if that makes sense) would be really good to use for cooking. I’m thinking of using that on top, sprinkled with some sparkly sugar crystals for sweetness and then the pumpkin-pie spice. My rheumatologist told me no powdered creamer, etc. Every once in a blue moon I will, but usually no! Not dissing anyone that does, but I just adapt the recipes that I use. Thanks for sharing this great recipe, Collin. Love how we all share!!!

    • Jenny

      Yes! I think homemade freshly whipped cream would be a tastier and more natural option….especially if you can get your hands on raw cream from a local farmer…seriously drooling now. ๐Ÿ™‚

  14. onepoormomma

    We’ve been making a “healthier” vitamix version of this the last few years around here:?) (no ice cream or cool whip) Kids love it.

    Freeze your pumpkin in ice cube trays, 12-14 cubes
    Just use milk, about 2 cups
    organic raw sugar or honey, 1/4-1/2 cup
    spices to taste ( I LOVE me lots o’ nutmeg!)
    vanilla to taste
    dash of sea salt

    Thought I’d throw that out there:?) We love to cook and pure pumpkins in the fall, so I make lots of pumpkin cubes and bag them up for smoothies:?)

    • Susan C.

      Thank you for posting this. I have a vitamix and enjoy trying new ways to use it and I LOVE pumkin!

  15. Lila

    I don’t understand why anyone would eat Cool Whip instead of real whipped cream. *shrugs*

  16. Stephanie D.

    Thanks for the recipe. I’m going to make this vegan style, using vanilla soy yogurt (I will freeze the yogurt) and flaxseed milk as substitutes. I’m sure it will be yummy.

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