(NOT) Grandma’s Dutch Apple Pie Boozy Milkshake
Well, unless your Grandma Juice, then it’s totally your Grandma’s Dutch Apple Pie Boozy Milkshake Recipe! Let’s face it, as adults we enjoy ice cream just as much as the kiddies, right? In some cases, more. Totally not judging. I dig my ice cream. I just dig it more with liquor. Because, obviously. My husband has his grandma’s Dutch Apple Pie recipe and makes it for just about every holiday and special occasion. It’s some seriously good pie. So, why not add bourbon, toss it in a blender with ice cream and combine 2 of our favorite things? I couldn’t think of a single reason not to. Today, I’m sharing all that ice creamy goodness. Because, I’m a giver. Also, I collected 15 of my favorite boozy frozen treats as you know, a special bonus. Double my gifting kind of bonus. You’re welcome.
Dutch Apple Pie Boozy Milkshake Recipe
- ½ Apple (peeled and chopped)
- 1 TBS. Sugar
- ½ Cup Milk
- Nutmeg (to taste, dash-ish)
- 1/2 Oz. Bourbon (I used Maple Bourbon b/c it is so damn good it makes me cry)
- 2 Scoops Vanilla Ice Cream
- Whipped Cream
- Dutch Apple Pie Crumble Topping (recipe below)
Put your chopped apple, sugar, nutmeg, and milk in a blender. Blend until smooth –I hit ‘pulse’ for about 2 minutes so it didn’t turn the apple to mush and still had some ‘bite’. Add bourbon and ice cream. Blend till smooth. Pour into serving glass, top with whipped cream and cooled Apple Pie Topping. This made enough for a huge mason jar plus a bit left-over. Adjust according to servings.
Dutch Apple Pie Topping
- ¼ cup cold butter
- ½ cup flour
- ½ cup sugar
- ½ tsp cinnamon
With a pastry blender or food processor, blend ingredients until crumbly. Spread evenly on a greased cookie sheet and bake for about 10 minutes at *375 degrees, or until lightly browned. Set aside to cool.
Now, how’s that for Dutch Apple Pie?
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Lori Who Needs A Cape? says
This sounds just amazing! YUM!
Samantha Angell says
Yum this looks so good! Great for the 4th of July, and I’ll probably try it for Thanksgiving this year as well- imagine that on top of actual apple pie!
michele d says
Would love to try this!
Your pictures are awesome… Love anything with apples in it.
Gonna bookmark this page for the recipe.
I am not really a drinker, but what a delicious shake! It looks super appetizing, yet may not include the liquor lol. However, delicious and great presentation with the topping.
Superb.. any more staying here will make me want to make one myself..
(trying to put off weight.. lol)
Don Purdum says
It looks absolutely delicious! Unfortunately, I can’t have ice cream with the diet I’m on right now.
Now this looks amazing! I may have to give this a try this weekend!
Bonnie @WEMAKE7 says
Wow! This looks absolutely delicious! I don’t drink alcohol but that definitely looks like something I would love to try soon. =)
I saw maple bourbon in the liquor store the other day and passed up on it. I wish I hadn’t, this sounds delicious. Thanks for sharing.
Looks pretty tasty…..I might try this after I lose about 20 pounds!
That has got to taste awesome!! I would try it in a second!
I’ve never thought about making this, but I need to have it!
Lisa J. Jones says
Your Killing Me This Summer Is Going To Be Crazy After Getting A Hold Of These Thanks They All Sound Delicious!!
Nicole at Nicole's Lifestyle Lounge says
Those look sooo yummy. They make the perfect treat when hosting this summer
Amanda @ Growing Up Madison says
Oh this sounds really delicious especially that topping. I would so love to give this a try. Thanks for the recipe.
Michelle F. says
That looks really good. i love the topping on it.
Mary Ann says
Well, I don’t drink alcohol, but that apple pie milkshake looks really yummy. I’ll take the kid version 😉
Franc Ramon says
The apple pie milkshake is just a delight to the taste bud. I hope I can sip it straight from my monitor.
Hilary @ The RNY Life says
I can’t drink alcohol anymore but this looks really good. I’ll definitely share it with friends.
Rebecca Swenor says
Love this recipe. It is great for this weekend. Thanks for sharing I am going to have to make it.
Kira T says
My friends are going to thank you this weekend. This looks amazing and I can’t wait to try this.
LaTonya (Detroit Mom) says
Oh now this is my idea of celebrating the holiday. I am so making these ASAP Thank you & Merci
Giveaways 4 Mom says
This looks delicious. It is definitely something that I need to try.
Rach @ Eazy Peazy Mealz says
This recipe looks like a lot of fun. And I am sure it would be fun at a party too!
Oh my goodness and yes yes yes to this creation. I need it in my life asap.a
Terry C says
delicious looking snacks
I should try it for my family! They will be very glad that I learned making something 😀
I didn’t know Jim Beam made maple. I’ll have to tell my hubby. I bet he’d love your shake.
I really love apple pie and this recipe sounds super delicious. Have to try the apple pie topping too. Thanks for sharing!
Ann Bacciaglia says
Ohhh…..thanks for sharing. Great recipe. I want a Dutch Apple Pie Boozy Milkshake right now.
You had me at boozy.. I need to find this stuff at the ABC Store and make this, because it sounds amazing! Nothing one can get drunk on, I learned not to mix too many dairy products with your drinking, haha.
Leira Pagaspas says
This looks really yummy!! I want this now never mind that its 12:30 pm here.