December 21, 2015

Apple Pie Shakes

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Between Thanksgiving and Christmas the dessert of choice in my house has always been apple pie. It is my husband’s absolute favorite pie in the whole world. I don’t ever have to ask him what kind of pie, because I already know the answer. Lattice top, crumble, you name it – he is an apple pie guy. 
 
 
If you are like me though, you can only eat so much pie, right?  Years ago I decided to switch up our pie after the holidays and “Pie-Cycle” into something totally different. Just take your favorite leftover pie, combine with ice cream, milk and and Reddi-Wip® and you have a completely new dessert. I like to take a little help from the store with Marie Callender’s® Dessert Pies. Sure, homemade is good, but pop one in the oven for an hour and you have a clean kitchen and you look like you’ve been prepping for days!
 
 
Recipe – Serves 2
 
  1. 1 Marie Callender’s® Dessert Pies in Dutch Apple Pie (set aside 1-2 TBSP of Crumb Topping for garnish)
  2. 2 Cups Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
  3. 1/2 Cup Milk
  4. 1 Can of Reddi-Wip®
Combine 1 slice of Marie Callender’s® Dessert Pies in Dutch Apple Pie, ice cream and milk in a blender until blended. 
Pour into glass, top with Reddi-Wip® and garnish with the crumb topping and enjoy!
 
How easy is that? Think about the possibilities! We also love doing this with pumpkin and cherry (my personal favorite). I even love sprinkling a little Pumpkin Pie Spice or cinnamon on top too for a warm spice! 

 

 
 
We love having movie marathons at our house after a big holiday and use up the leftovers and Pie Shakes are always a big hit. For me, it’s a way we can share the joy of pie with our friends and family. Is it me or do baked goods bring people together?
 

I find my Marie Callender’s® Dessert Pies and Reddi-Wip® at my local Walmart. The pies are located in the freezer section with the pies & toppings. My store also had an end cap freezer full of these pies as well just for the holidays. The Reddi-Wip® is located in the refrigerated section near the creamers and cream. 

Now that you know my secret weapon for leftover pie, tell me how do you Pie-Cycle?
 

4 responses to “Apple Pie Shakes”

  1. Yum! I've never had a pie shake before but that sounds amazing!!

  2. Holy yum! Oh the possibilities of this recipe!

  3. I've never had pie ice cream before, but it sounds like it would be amazing! I may have to try your recipe this weekend! [client]

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