Recipe by Beth
"A delicious autumn cocktail to enjoy after dinner or with dessert. You can adjust the consistency to be thicker (add more pumpkin) or thinner (add more milk) as you see appropriate."
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graham cracker, crushed
3/4 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
vanilla flavored vodka
1/2 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
creme de cacao
pumpkin pie spice
I adjusted this martini to use pumpkin spice liquor and skipped the step with the honey/graham crackers. (Didn't sound good to me at all.) I did dip the martini and glass in honey, only I dipped the honey coated glass in a mixture of pumpkin pie spice and sugar.
This is something you really need to shake up good with a lot of ice in your shaker. It's most definitely better ice cold.
OK, this was kind of nasty tasting and I love pumpkin. It just wasnt' the right mix, I found.
Fabulous! I loved it! I am a martini lover. This goes well with the autumn. The honey & graham cracker are perfect for the rim.
I used skim milk to make this drink since the recipe doesn't specify. I think whole milk would make it better and make the drink creamier. I don't think of a martini being a sweet drink, but pumpkin pie certainly is. The drink itself isn't sweet, but the honey and graham crackers add that sweetness. I wasn't crazy about the first sip, but found that I liked this well enough as long as I had a little of the honey and graham cracker with each sip. I finished it quickly - maybe too quickly. ;)
This was only ok. The use of pumpkin pie spice just made the drink chalky. I think maybe if the pie spice was mixed into the pumpkin puree that would work better. I am going to experiment with this and keep you posted!!
I don't know what I did wrong, but this turned out horribly. I checked the recipe and all of the ingredients. They were correct, but it has a really unpleasant taste. I wasn't sweet like I would expect from pumpkin pie. Help! This sounded so good. I really wanted to have this one.
This sounds like one I had at Outback Steakhouse. It was delicious!
I actually made Pumpkin Martinis at a Halloween Party and they Were a Complete Success!!! Start with 1 part vanilla vodka, add Pumpkin Pie Liquor, finish with caruva rum liqueur shake vigorisly with ice in a shaker serve in iced martini glass & top with a few mini marshmallows!! The BEST FALL DRINK!!
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