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Peach Pie Milkshake

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Peach Pie Milkshake
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 1 hr 10 min
  • Servings 2
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Peach Pie Milkshake

Pie ala Mode goes in a whole new direction when you simply add the pie to the ice cream and drink it.

Ingredients

1/2
package Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pie Crust (1 9-inch crust)
1 1/4
cups Cascadian Farm™ frozen organic sliced peaches, thawed (or use fresh when in season)
1
tsp. cornstarch
1/2
tsp. lemon juice
1/2
tsp. ground cinnamon
2
tbsp granulated sugar
8
scoops vanilla bean ice cream
Milk to thin
Whipped cream as garnish

Directions

  • 1 To make the Hand Pies:
  • 2 In a medium size bowl add diced peaches, cinnamon, lemon juice, sugar, and cornstarch.
  • 3 Mix until all the ingredients are fully incorporated and a syrup forms.
  • 4 Roll out the prepared crust.
  • 5 Place three heaping spoonful’s of peach filling into the lower half of the pie crust, leaving a space between each spoonful so as to get three hand pies.
  • 6 Fold over the top half of the pie crust. Cut into three parts.
  • 7 Crimp the edges with a fork and seal the pie filling into the crust. Some filling (mostly juices) will come out during baking, that’s okay.
  • 8 Place on to a greased baking sheet. Bake at 400°F for 14-16 minutes.
  • 9 Remove from oven and let cool.
  • 10 To Make the Shake:
  • 11 To a blender add 4 scoops of Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and one hand pie. Using milk to thin. Blend the shake to desired consistency. Repeat and make a second milkshake.
  • 12 Top milkshake with whipped cream and half of the third hand pie. Use the other half of the hand pie for the second shake.
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Oh my, pie! Peach Pie Milkshake

As prepared by Baker Peabody,

Seriously... a pie in your ice cream.


When visiting Philadelphia this last January, I had researched places to go. I had heard really good things about an ice cream shop that wasn’t that far from our hotel. So we went and I had a milkshake that not only had pie in it but a WHOLE piece of pie on top. I couldn’t even finish the shake. It was sooo amazing that I had to recreate the Peach Pie Milkshake similar to the one I had there. If you are feeling naughty, a little bourbon would be great in this.

Pretty sure you are going to want to do this with any pie you make from now on!

To make the shakes:


Peach Pie Milkshake - ingredients together in a bowl

In a medium size bowl, add cut up peaches, cinnamon, lemon juice, sugar, and cornstarch.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - mix ingredients

Mix until all the ingredients are fully incorporated and a syrup forms.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - roll out crust

Roll out the prepared crust.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - add filling to crust

Place three heaping spoonful’s of peach filling into the lower half of the pie crust, leaving a space between each spoonful so as to get three hand pies.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - fold crust over and cut in thirds

Fold over the top half of the pie crust. Cut into three parts.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - crimp edges with fork

Crimp the edges with a fork and seal the pie filling into the crust. Some filling (mostly juices) will come out during baking, that’s okay.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - place in oven

Place on to a greased baking sheet. Bake at 400F for 14-16 minutes.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - remove hand pie from oven

Remove from oven and let cool.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - pie slice in blender with ice cream

To a blender add 4 scoops of vanilla bean ice cream and one hand pie. Using milk to thin. Blend the shake to desired consistency. Repeat and make a second milkshake.

 

Peach Pie Milkshake - finished and ready to drink

Top milkshake with whipped cream and half of the third hand pie. Use the other half of the hand pie for the second shake.

 



 

Peabody loves ice hockey (she plays!) and all things baking! Check out her great stuff at her blog site Culinary Concoctions by Peabody and her Tablespoon profile.

 
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