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I found the pumpkin spice liquor at my local liquor store a couple months back. I've tried a couple things, but none quite as good as this. I like my drinks stronger, so I upped the vodka just a bit. This is SO creamy and good. I love it.
A friend brought this recipe, to a holiday gathering this past December! Outrageously delicious! We doubled the vodka, and used pumkin spice (which I'm guessing is sold mostly around Thanksgiving). Creamy goodness...yyuummmm
This was amazing... I followed recipe with a few slight edits 1) 1 jigger each of the following: Bailey's Caramel Irish Cream Stoli's Vanilla Vodka Hiram Walker Pumpkin Spice Liquor 2) shake with 1 cup of ice strain into martini glass 3) then shake some cream in carton till frothy spooned over top 4) add a little milk (so it's not too strong) 5) sprinkle top with a little cinnamon and nutmeg. And Enjoy! Just be careful they taste so good you may drink too many without knowing it. I think this will be a new Thanksgiving tradition!
This was a hit at a party I had with one slight change. At first it was thought to be too sweet so I reduced the amount of Bailey's by 1/2 and it was a huge hit! The nutmeg and cinnamon were a great addition!
Made these for a Halloween party-they turned out great but I ended up eliminating the spices. My guests decided they did not want the cinnamon or nutmeg. I also found a pumpkin cream liquor at the liquor store.
Very yummy! I tried it as written but then also tried it with whipped cream-flavored vodka instead of the vanilla flavor. Both were yummy. I couldn't decide which one to use so when I mixed up the batch I used half of both vodkas. Because it's such a simple recipe it can be made ahead of time. Use a mason jar with measurement lines and just fill to each line for however many servings you need. Make it the night before and store in the fridge. When you're ready to serve it it's nice and cold. Just shake and stir. This is really convenient if you are bringing some drinks to a get-together.
My boyfriend called this a "Pumpkin Pie-sicle." He used pumpkin vodka whipped cream vodka and Bailey's Irish cream (because that's what we had in our liquor cabinet). The he added a little 1/2 and 1/2 shook it up with ice and topped it off with a pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg. I prefer my drinks on the rocks so he poured everything into my glass. Delish!!!
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