So I made some recipes for the November issue of Feast Magazine. It's 7 creative takes on Thanksgiving Leftovers. Check out my recipes page for more ideas!
I make the same apple crumble pie for Thanksgiving every year, and it's now a staple at my family's celebration. However, some of my family members love pumpkin cheesecake and pecan pie, so we end up with three desserts – and plenty of leftovers. Instead of eating a piece of pie every day for a week – which honestly, I wouldn't mind – we make it even more fun and delicious as apple pie milkshakes. Basically, this is pie à la mode you can drink through a straw.
6 heaping scoops vanilla ice cream
¼ cup whole milk
2 slices cold apple pie
caramel sauce (for glass rim)
¼ cup cinnamon sugar (for glass rim)
leftover apple pie crust crumbles (for garnish)
In the bowl of a blender, add ice cream and milk and pulse until well combined. Slice a little segment of crust from pieces of pie and serve for garnish. Add pie to blender and pulse until smooth.
Pour a thin layer of caramel sauce onto a flat plate and pour a thin layer of cinnamon sugar onto a separate flat plate. Dip the rim of a tall glass into caramel sauce to cover and then immediately dip rim into cinnamon sugar. Repeat with remaining glass.
Pour milkshake into glasses, top with whipped cream and garnish with apple pie crust crumbles or a sprinkle of cinnamon. Serve.