Okay. I know that I posted about pudding shots before (see that recipe here). This recipe is tweaked just a little bit, and they taste ridiculously good, so I’m posting about them…again 😀
It’s definitely autumn in Connecticut. The leaves are beginning to change color, the air is crisp, and football is what consumes my Sundays (GO NY GIANTS!). Pumpkin is the official fall flavor. It seems like every brand has a pumpkin version of its original. Pudding is clearly no exception.
My friend Lindsey was having a get together on Saturday and called for reinforcements (AKA me). She’s been dying to try my pudding shot recipe since I first posted it. I told her to pick up milk, whipped cream vodka, cool whip, canned whipped cream, garnishes and whatever flavor pudding she wanted to try. She bought pistachio, cookies & cream, and pumpkin spice.
She’s not normally camera-shy. But when I whipped out the camera & started snapping shots of the food, she knew it was blog material. I told her I wanted her to make a FSL cameo, but this is all she gave me.
She’s like one of the girls from The Price Is Right making the box of pudding look glamorous 😉
We made the cookies & cream first and followed the original recipe.
These weren’t topped with whipped cream or crushed oreos yet because we made them the night before.
Next, we made the pistachio. We also decided that this was the point where we “tested” a few out just to be sure that they were good 😉 We thought that they were a bit too strong. Yikes! At this point we decided to cut the recipe for the next batch. This is what we did:
1 cup whole milk
1 packet pumpkin spice pudding mix
1 regular sized tub of cool whip
1 cup whipped cream vodka
a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice
Put all of these ingredients into a big bowl.
Mix Mix Mix
Pour the mix into squeezable shot glasses, garnish with a squirt of whipped cream and a dusting of cinnamon!
I triple dog dare you to try to have just one of these. I’m not kidding. Instant party in your mouth. Like, for real.
What’s your favorite pumpkin flavored fall dessert?