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Pumpkin Milkshake

  • Prep 5 min
  • Total 15 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 1

Ingredients

Milkshake Ingredients per Serving:

One 8 to 12 oz glass of chilled soy, almond or cow milk
3
to 4 cubes of pumpkin in syrup (please find Calabaza en Tacha recipe)
2
teaspoons of brown sugar syrup

Decorations for Plating:

Ground cinnamon
Whipped cream
Pumpkin slices

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

A blender is needed for this recipe. The milkshake tastes best served chilled. If you would like a frothy consistency to your shake, add 1/2 scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Have you ever heard of a pumpkin milkshake? Did you ever think the existed? Well, when I was a child, I grew up savoring this rich and lovely beverage at home. We prepared it with “Calabaza en Tacha” and fresh milk. With Halloween and Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought these would make a great treat at parties with my family and friends. This recipe is inspired from one of my family´s very own recipes. It is easy to make and absolutely delicious and addictive.

If you would like to make a version for after the kids go to sleep, add 1 jigger of rum per serving above to transform it into a creative Halloween cocktail or Thanksgiving for the grownups. Just remember, do not drink and drive.

Serve your milkshakes on a tray decorate with pumpkin slices any other Halloween or Thanksgiving inspired item.

Directions

  • 1 Place in blender milkshake ingredients; blend until everything is well combined. Choose your prettiest glass for serving.
  • 2 Top with whipped cream and a dash of ground cinnamon.

Have you ever heard of a pumpkin milkshake? Did you ever think the existed? Well, when I was a child, I grew up savoring this rich and lovely beverage at home. We prepared it with “Calabaza en Tacha” and fresh milk. With Halloween and Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought these would make a great treat at parties with my family and friends. This recipe is inspired from one of my family´s very own recipes. It is easy to make and absolutely delicious and addictive.

Rate and Comment

Adriana Martin Adriana Martin
September 28, 2015

Have you ever heard of a pumpkin milkshake? Did you ever think the existed? Well, when I was a child, I grew up savoring this rich and lovely beverage at home. We prepared it with “Calabaza en Tacha” and fresh milk. With Halloween and Thanksgiving around the corner, I thought these would make a great treat at parties with my family and friends. This recipe is inspired from one of my family´s very own recipes. It is easy to make and absolutely delicious and addictive.