5 ingredients and only 5 minutes to a smooth, creamy, and delicious milkshake! It is packed with marshmallow and pumpkin flavor, along with a healthy does of spice! You do not want to miss trying this!
Marshmallow Pumpkin Milkshake
I am having some MAJOR “seasonal confusion” right now. My brain is in fall mode but the weather is still in summer mode. That is why I decided to make a fall flavor milkshake. It is the best of both worlds: tastes like fall with the sweet pumpkin but goes down like a cool, refreshing summer beverage.
Not going to lie I am enjoying sitting in the heat by the pool and will whine once it is gone. But, I have also completely decorated my apartment for fall and watch Halloween horror movies every night. Oh and I wish you could see my decorations! They are complete with lighted fall leaf garland, tiny pumpkins, random signs like “thankful, grateful, blessed,” and candles! Tons of candles!
If you are searching for more fall treats, check out my Old Fashioned Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. And stay tuned because I have a HUGE line-up of fall coming this month!
What You Will Need
With these Marshmallow Pumpkin Milkshakes you only need five ingredients, a blender, and a couple glasses.
- Vanilla Ice Cream
- Marshmallow Cream
- Pumpkin Puree
- Pumpkin Pie Spice
TIP: Cut down on the calories and use sugar free ice cream and skim milk. You can also make this dairy free by choosing a non-diary ice cream and milk.
Throw it in the Blender!
To prevent the marshmallow from clumping up too much I blend this milkshake in steps. First add the ice cream, milk, and marshmallow cream to your blender. Blend until there are no lumps of marshmallow cream, this can take some time depending on how good your blender is. Then add your pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice and blend again.
TASTE TEST. This is the perfect time to make adjustments so it is exactly how you want it. You can add more pumpkin, more marshmallow, or more pumpkin pie spice at this point. I like mine with a balance of the three flavors.
Once it is exactly how you like it, pour the Marshmallow Pumpkin Milkshake into your glasses.
Optional Toppings & Sugared Rim
The fun thing about this milkshake is you can incorporate a lot of different flavors and toppings; caramel, marshmallows, a dollop of marshmallow cream, whipped cream, candy, graham cracker, more pumpkin pie spice, chocolate sauce, etc.
TIP: Buy some fun straws like I did to make them even more festive for fall. I got mine at our local dollar store.
If you want to make a simple sugared pumpkin pie spice rim like I did, you will not regret it! Just make sure you do this prior to making the milkshakes. All you need to do is dip or slather marshmallow cream around the rim of your glass. In a shallow bowl mix together 4 tablespoons of brown sugar and ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice. Roll the rim in the mixture and it’s done! Don’t worry about it getting messy either, the marshmallow cream is perfectly sticky for this!
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Marshmallow Pumpkin Milkshake
- 1 cup vanilla ice cream
- ½ cup milk
- 6 tablespoons marshmallow cream
- 4 tablespoons pumpkin puree
- 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- OPTIONAL SUGARED PUMPKIN PIE SPICE RIM: Dip the top of your glasses into the marshmallow cream. Roll into a mixture of 4 tablespoons of brown sugar and ½ teaspoon pumpkin pie spice.
- Add the ice cream, milk, and marshmallow cream to your blender. Blend until smooth and there are no lumps of marshmallow cream.
- Add the pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie spice. Blend until incorporated.
- Pour into your glasses and enjoy!
- OPTIONAL TOPPINGS: You can add more pumpkin pie spice, caramel, marshmallows, a dollop of marshmallow cream, or even whipped cream.
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