Grown Up Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

Halloween is usually a kids holiday, but that doesn’t mean us grown ups can’t have fun too (and use up that leftover pumpkin that we don’t know what to do with). So I found this Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshake recipe while visiting the wonderful blog, How Sweet it is. Now grown ups can luxuriate over spiked Pumpkin Milkshakes, have a good time, and loosen up.. because I know finding that perfect Halloween costume (for your child) was a task. And if you don’t have any children.. you can still enjoy this drink.. just because ;). View the ingredients list below and click the link above for the recipe. Happy Friday!

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45 thoughts on “Grown Up Pumpkin Pie Milkshakes

    • Hey Greg :). You know I;m not a drinker, but that doesn’t mean my drinking friends can’t enjoy a great cocktail recipe here :). Of course, I can make this without alcohol too :). I hope you and Katherine are enjoying your day today

    • Hey Dionne :). Lol, well the kiddies have their candy and now you have you a nice cocktail. And the presentation is definitely wonderful and Halloween festive. I hope you’re enjoying your day today

  1. Yes I will take all of these Kay, Halloween is very big in my Space you know, and it usually lasts all the year round, it must be all those scary looking Vampires and Ghouls that give that impression? :) lol. Anyway save me some of those okay? :) Yum

    Androgoth XXx

    • Hey Androgoth :). I knew you would get a kick out of this cocktail recipe :). And of course you can present this drink anyway you like. And there’s plenty to go around for everyone :). I hope you’re enjoying your day today

    • Hey Lisa :). Lol, it does.. doesn’t it. And it’s better to gain 5lbs just visiting, then to actually gain it in the thigh area don’t you think? Lol. I know I think so lol. I’m glad you enjoyed this delectable cocktail. I hope you’re enjoying your day today

  2. Yummy… I love anything sweet but with pumpkin in it, just heavenly. One of my favorite flavored coffee is pumpkin spice with whipped crean and cinnamon sprinkle on top. Its not as cool looking as the one on your photo though. Have a fun weekend.

    • Hey Island Traveler :). Wow, that flavored coffee with pumpkin sounds amazing. I’m not a coffee person, but I would try a small cup of that. Well, now you can make something similar at home with this recipe :). I hope you’re enjoying your day today

    • Hey Bobby :). I don’t drink either. FINALLY someone who’s similar to me in that aspect :). You can turn this milkshake into a virgin very easily, and pumpkin taste similar to a sweet potato in my opinion. Not sure if you’ve one before. I hope you’re enjoying your day today

    • Hey Charles :). LOL.. well I guess I will have to include a lot of boozy drink recipes on this blog then lol. But this drink does look fun to try out though. I hope you’re enjoying your day today

  3. Pingback: Pumpkin Bread (with booze and chocolate!) | Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide


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