Apple Pie Milkshakes

Apple Pie Milkshakes

“Happy Apple Pie Day!”  I hope you are celebrating this all-American dessert like we are.  If you are an apple pie à la mode fan, ditch the plate and fork and make Apple Pie Milkshakes.  It’s time to drink our favorite dessert!

Do you ever find yourself with a leftover slice of pie, any flavor will do?  Well I sure have and we could split it, but it makes such a great gourmet milkshake.  We love a cold and creamy treat, and you may find yourself with a hankering for this one.

 

 

 

“Good apple pies are a considerable part of our domestic happiness.” Jane Austen

Apple pie à la mode fans, raise your glass and toast all of America with Apple Pie Milkshakes. Cold and frosty, now you can drink your favorite dessert!

Pinalicious!

Apple Pie Milkshakes

Apple Pie Milkshakes | cheerykitchen.com
Apple Pie Milkshakes | cheerykitchen.com

So I baked a lovely Dutch Apple Pie and shared it with my family.  Lucky for us we had some left and made Apple Pie Milkshakes that are fab and so “YUM!”

You can use a traditional 2 crust apple pie or a  Dutch Apple variety.  I prefer the later because I think the streusel topping adds so much deliciousness.

If you want to sip it through a straw blend it really well and smooth.  I use the pulse cycle after I add the pie because we prefer our Apple Pie Milkshakes a little chunky.

Here’s the how to; add 2 cups of vanilla ice cream, milk and apple pie spice to a blender jar. Cover and blend on high speed until smooth and creamy. Add pie chunks; cover and blend until smooth, stopping blender to scrape down sides if necessary.  Pour into 2 glasses; top with sweetened whipped cream;  garnish with a crisp bacon swizzle stick and sprinkle with  streusel topping and more apple pie spice. Serve immediately.

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Apple pie à la mode fans, raise your glass and toast all of America with Apple Pie Milkshakes. Cold and frosty, now you can drink your favorite dessert!
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 2 servings
Ingredients
  • 2 cups vanilla ice cream, slightly softened*
  • 1 tablespoon milk
  • ¼ to ½ teaspoon apple pie spice
  • 1 slice cold Dutch apple pie, cut into chunks (from 9-inch pie)
Instructions
  1. In blender, place ice cream, milk and apple pie spice. Cover and blend on high speed until smooth and creamy. Add pie chunks; cover and blend until smooth, stopping blender to scrape down sides if necessary.
  2. Pour into 2 glasses; top with sweetened whipped cream; sprinkle with pie strusel and apple pie spice.
  3. Garnish with a bacon swizzle stick if desired.. Serve immediately.

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Renée

Renée is passionate about making and sharing ALL things delicious! Her happy place really is her kitchen where she loves whipping up memories with her family and friends. Raised in sunny Southern California she's spent her adulthood in Idaho, both sides of her great state. She's married to an amazing man, and together they have 5 children, who gave them five more, and now they have 22 grandchildren. So there’s always a reason to cook and celebrate around their place!

69 Comments

  1. Courtneylynne

    Omg how yummy is this?!?! Nothing better than a delicious milkshake. Must give your recipe a try!

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    • Renée

      Yes, please do give it a try and then rate our recipe for us. It helps us to know what you’d like us to post here. Thanks so much!
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  2. Imogen Clegg

    Oh my god this is a great idea! I think i will have to give this a go next time i make an apple pie!

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  3. Anosa

    What a lovely idea for a milkshake, I love me some creamy milkshakes so this pie type of milkshake would go down a treat
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    • Renée

      Thanks Anosa!

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  4. Karen

    I have never tried making a milkshake like this. I love pie and while leftover pie is good, a pie shake would be great! I have to try this the next time I make an apple pie

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    • Renée

      Thanks so much for coming to CK, Karen! My advice, make one sooner than later, this shake is amazing!!!!

      Reply
  5. Fatima

    I have never heard of apple pie milkshakes. This is such a great idea. Would love to try it.

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    • Renée

      Apple Pie is really yummy, but you can really use any leftover pie, thanks Fatima!

      Reply
  6. Pete

    You had me with the bacon. I mean, the milkshake itself is enough to be just simply awesome, but the saltiness of the bacon alongside it? I’m going to need to make this for my next cheat meal. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Renée

      Ahhh, Pete, you have that in common with Alison. She loves bacon too so we work some in every chance we get. Great to have you here and enjoy your shake!

      Reply
  7. Francis H Powell

    Not a big fan of Apple pie, but the drink loos delicious.

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    • Alison

      Francis, you could try any flavor of pie you would like and still get a great result!

      Reply
  8. Liz Mays

    Oh yum! I’d love to make some of these. Those apple pie flavors are just so comforting!

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  9. Terri Beavers

    I’ve never thought to make an apple pie milkshake before. Apple pie with vanilla ice cream is my fave dessert so why not. I’ll have to give this a try.

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    • Alison

      Terri, you need to try it out. The flavor combination is out of this world!

      Reply
  10. Andrea

    They look really good to eat – and SO easy to make! And the best thing is? With the warm weather that NYC is getting this weekend….. 🙂

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    • Alison

      Seriously, the perfect treat for a hot weekend!

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    • Renée

      I lived in NYC for 2 years and from June-August everybody joked “that the kitchen was closed!” Just drink milkshakes all summer long Andrea!

      Reply
  11. Gemima

    I’m super fascinated with this but oh so afraid to try this out and not have it be good .but the hell with that I’m Definitly trying it out .

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    • Alison

      Gemima, I love your attitude! I promise you won’t regret it!

      Reply
    • Renée

      Yeah Gemima, (love how your name is spelled ;D), you don’t have too much to loose, but please let us know, YES or NO!!!!

      Reply
    • Alison

      This is a great easy recipe, Chhavi, for you to start with!

      Reply
  12. ROBERT LEE

    Very unique! I never thought … let me explain … I got confused when I saw the title. How could a pie be a milkshake? So it looks yummy as it is. 🙂

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    • Renée

      We work hard to keep you on your toes Robert, thanks and enjoy the shake!

      Reply
  13. Pia Dysangco Villamor

    Omg, apple pie milkshakes! What a novel idea! It combines two of my basic food groups so I’m definitely sold. Hahaha. Now, making an apple pie is the tricky part- I’m a baking dud. 😛 I think I’ll combine forces with my more domestically savvy friend to make this. Thanks for sharing. Just bookmarked this page and added it to my favourites. 🙂

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    • Renée

      To keep things simple for non-bakers, buy a bakery or frozen pie. Either would work well!

      Reply
  14. Stella the Travelerette

    This may be my favorite post of yours so far! First, you have a quote from Jane Austen. Next, you have combined my two favorite desserts: pie and milkshakes. I love an old-fashioned milkshake! My favorites come from a diner in Albuquerque called the Route 66 Diner. But I’m sure this apple pie milkshake is just as good!
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    • Renée

      Thanks so much Stella, you make us happy!

      Reply
  15. Kerry

    I love coming on this page, I get so many ideas cooking wise and everything always looks amazing! Do you think the smoothie is less calories than eating the real thing?? If only!!

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    • Renée

      No way is it less calories Kerry, but probably comparable to the calories of pie a la mode!

      Reply
  16. Rob Ainbinder

    Wow, um… I love apple pie and we just started eating healthier. Maybe I’ll make this for a treat? Wow, quite delicious looking!

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    • Alison

      This would be the perfect treat all in one, Rob!

      Reply
  17. sam

    You just did what I thought was mentally impossible — adding bacon to milkshake! It’s only until now that I realize they’re a good match. Salty and sweet. Would love to do this soon!

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  18. Nadine Smith (Scenes From Nadine)

    I am drooling right now! I was actually craving for ice cream earlier! I’d love to make this. What’s a good substitute for apple pie spice and Dutch apple pie, in case I can’t find it in our local supermarket?

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  19. Neri Ann

    Nice idea! I never thought that a slice of an apple pie can still be created into something else. This is also a great idea if you have a leftover of apple pies!

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  20. Joanna

    I never thought that apple pie milkshake is actually made by blending… an apple pie! I love milkshakes but I am lactose intolerant and I have to be very careful with what I drink. 🙂

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  21. Nicolas Puegher

    That sure looks healthy and tasty! As I always say not only your blog but your posts are always very organized and I love how you detail everything for us to make it simple, love the pictures as well! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  22. Tara

    We love milk shakes. They are even better when they are easy like this!

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    • Renée

      Us too, and they are super easy to whip up!

      Reply
  23. Jacqui Odell

    Oh man! This sounds so yummy! I love apple pies and milkshakes! This is the best of both worlds.

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    • Renée

      You got it Jacqui, hope you love it too!

      Reply
  24. Nya

    Oh wow, I love apple pie, and I love milkshakes. So I can’t imagine any better combination. Thank you for sharing this recipe, it’s going to be bookmarked for the future:)

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    • Renée

      It’s a win-win, thanks so much Nya!

      Reply
  25. Ana

    Happy Apple Pie Day to you too!

    I have pinned it and I am definitely going to try this out next week after this Memorial Day weekend! 🙂

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    • Renée

      Greatest Ana, thanks for pinning and enjoy!

      Reply
  26. Karla

    Apple pie a la mode is one of my favorites. I never would have thought to make it into a milkshake! It looks divine. Bacon makes everything better. Yes, please!

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    • Renée

      Thanks Karla, looking forward into hearing how you like it!

      Reply
  27. suchitra

    how yummy is this!! My kiddo would love this!! never tried an apple pie milkshake and now i have to try it!!!

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    • Renée

      Thanks Suchitra, thumbs up or down let us know please!

      Reply
  28. janella panchamsingh

    Oh my that milkshakes looks really tasty! I never thought of adding an actual slice of pie! great idea

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    • Renée

      Surprise Janella, it really works!

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    • Renée

      Hope you love it like we do Cheryle!

      Reply
  29. Lisa Rios

    We have so many special days these days & it is quiet amazing we have a special day for Apple Pie as well. I have never heard about a Apple Pie Milkshake before & this one looks absolutely delicious that I would love to give it a try.

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    • Renée

      Today is National Hamburger Day…we could celebrate something it seems everyday! Thanks Lisa.

      Reply
  30. Rosie Romance

    My boyfriend goes crazy for apple pie and milkshakes – this is his idea of heaven! I will definitely have to treat him to one soon. Thanks for sharing 🙂

    Rosie | http://www.rosieromance.com

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    • Renée

      Great Rosie, they are addictive!

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    • Renée

      Thanks sweet Bella, have a great weekend!

      Reply
  31. Chris

    Apple pie Milkshake sounds amazing, love the creativity behind these recipes and especially love to try them out. Thanks for the post.

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    • Renée

      It is that and more!

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  32. kareenliez

    I haven’t heard of a pie being made into a milkshake but what you did is great and it looks like it tastes really nice. Guess we can try this to other pies too.

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  33. Jasmine Watts

    Yummm… It looks so good !! I have never heard of apple pie milkshakes before, I would love to try to make this recipe today!! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. Roxy

    OMG my mouth is WATERING from the pictures alone. I love apple pie, so combined with ice cream to make a milk shake sounds like a dream. ahhh…and bacon to garnish?! YES YES YES!

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    • Alison

      Glad you like it, Roxy! We love bacon too and think it works perfectly!

      Reply

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