If you love Pumpkin Pie and you love Milk Shakes, then this Pumpkin Pie Milk Shake is you’re new go to recipe because it’s incredibly easy and delicious. It’s typically a seasonal ice cream shake that is advertised and sold, in restaurants everywhere, based on the ripening of Pumpkins in the Fall. Even Weiner Schnitzel has had it on their Menu for years and they taste great. But, we don’t want to buy their’s, we want to make our own and it’s really easy to do so.
After all, it is a Pumpkin Pie Milk Shake
To make this Pumpkin Pie Milk Shake, I don’t care if you like to cook down your own pumpkin or if you like to buy it in a can. You’re still going to need the other basic Pumpkin Pie ingredients to pull off this shake, if you’re making it from scratch. There is, however, a simple cheat that I introduce in the video. If you already have a premade pie or have some left over from your Thanksgiving holiday this year, you can add that to the Ice Cream, instead of just the pie filling, and it will still turn out great. You’ll even get the added bonus of that Cookie Crust blended in with it. If you think that sounds crazy, just think about a Cookies and Cream Milk Shake for just a moment and let that sink in.
Pumpkin Pie Milk Shake Ingredients:
1 qt Ice Cream
1 cup Milk
1 cup Pumpkin Pie Filling or 8 to 10 oz pumpkin pie slice
Eggs are optional. I don’t add them personally, because I’m not baking, but it wouldn’t hurt the milk shake and it would even add more flavor. Just think Egg Nog. So if you want to add them, the recipe calls for 3. Just watch the short video tutorial for this Pumpkin Pie Milk Shake and I’ll show you how easy this is to make.
Using a Chicken Brine is very important if you want a seasoned bird, through and through, and this Tin Can Chicken Brine Recipe is practically Fool proof. The Pic above is exactly what I used in the filming of this video recipe and the pic below is the final product, spruced up with a fancy cut and some Italian Parsley.
It’s critical to understand that a Brine doesn’t just season the meat, it keeps the Chicken very moist and tender. That’s why it’s gaining so much popularity around the holidays. The best turkeys in the world are marinated in Brine for a minimum of 24 to 48 hours before they are baked or fried. The secret really lies in the Salt. I’ve estimated that the proper salt content for a brine is a 1 to 3 ratio, plus additional seasoning. So if you want to try this recipe let me know how it turns out and what you thought in the comments. And if you’re interested in learning How to Carve a Whole Chicken or if you’d like a Cantonese Chicken recipe, check out these underlined and/or highlighted links.
Chicken Brine Ingredients:
1/3 #10 Can of Water (3 to 4 cups)
1/3 cup Crawfish Boil Seasoning
1 tsp Sage
1 tbsp Rosemary
Bring half of the water to a boil with the added ingredients and remove from the heat. Immediately add the rest of the cold water add let it rest for 10 min. before adding to the bird. Marinate for at least 24 hours before roasting.
This Cheese Burger Pot Pie sure is a fun twist on a traditional cheese burger. Besides, who doesn’t truly love a puff pastry or pie crust cooked to perfection. And, personally, I think combining these two recipes is Genius. But don’t just take my word for it. Watch my video recipe tutorial and decide for yourself.
The only thing you might want to do differently, other than adding your own personal favorite condiments and toppings, is bake the pie for a second time, once it’s been removed from the tin, upside down for just a few minutes to crisp up the outside of the pastry dough. I found that it didn’t hurt the Cheeseburger Pie one bit when I did this and it made it a lot more pleasant to eat.