Pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, coffee, and soy milk blended into a delicious milkshake. This pumpkin coffee milkshake is the perfect pick me up for fall.
The moment it turned October, Pumpkin Spice Latte burst onto the scene. It’s almost everyone’s go to drink during the fall.
I love the taste of coffee (and pumpkin), but unfortunately for me, the caffeine in coffee gives me a headache. Which is the strangest thing ever, because while I was studying for exams in school, I used to drink coffee all the time and had no issues. But once I was done with school, coffee means headaches and fast heart rate.
So, rather than a pumpkin spice latte, or a pumpkin frappucino, because I can’t have any, sadly, we’re getting a Pumpkin Coffee Milkshake. I know, I know, it doesn’t have as nice of a ring to it, but I swear, it’s just as good.
This version tastes like pumpkin and coffee, but it’s mostly soymilk. You can use regular milk or almond milk too. It’s just your preference.
First, freeze the pumpkin puree. It might be easier to freeze them in an ice cube tray. I actually kept pumpkin puree in the freezer because I had some leftover from another recipe and I couldn’t finish it quickly enough. Since it would be a waste for the pumpkin puree to go bad, I just stuck it in the freezer so I can use them whenever I want. Plus, they work so well for recipes like this when you want them cold. With pumpkin puree as your “ice,” you won’t dilute your drink. =)
Blend pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, strong brewed coffee, maple syrup, condensed milk, and soymilk.
If you want your drink super cold, you can refrigerate the blended beverage for at least an hour. Or place it in the freezer.
Pour the milkshake into glasses and top with whipped cream.
Serve the pumpkin coffee milkshake cold.
- ½ cup strong brewed coffee, cold
- ½ cup frozen pumpkin puree
- 2 ½ cup soymilk (regular milk or almond milk)
- 3 tablespoons maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons condensed milk
- 1 tablespoon granulated sugar
- ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
- ⅛ teaspoon ground nutmeg
- ¼ cup ground clove
- Blend together all the ingredients.
- Pour the milkshake into glasses and top with whipped cream.
- Serve the milkshake cold.
Shannon Paige says
Oh my goodness, this looks amazing!!! My mom would LOVE your blog, I will have to show her! She has one too with recipes you may enjoy, actually! It’s mountainmamaonline.net
Am sorry to hear about the headaches you get from coffee! This shake sounds lovely with the ingredient mix with warming spices! Thank you for bringing this to Fiesta Friday 🙂
Do You mean ground cloves or clover? May be 1/4 tsp of ground cloves?
Andrea| Cooking with a Wallflower says
Cloves. Thanks for catching my typo!
The Creators Toolbox says
That looks amazing!!:)