Vegan Apple Pie Milkshake Recipe

Healthy Indulgence: Vegan Apple Pie Milkshake

Apple season has finally arrived! And with it comes a bevy of apple-rich desserts. If you're hankering for a slice of apple pie à la mode, but don't do well with lactose, try this dairy-free variation of the classic dish. The founders of the LA-based vegan cooking school Spork Foods gave apple pie à la mode a makeover and created a (non)milk shake. This dairy-free version is cholesterol-free, cooling, and tasty. Get your blender ready to rock this frozen treat.

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Looking for a vegan treat to go out with. Try this apple pie milkshake from the Sisters of Spork Foods. It's a fun take on apple pie alà mode. So how did you ladies come up with this recipe? This is very unique. Yeah. Well we were inspired on a road trip, we saw a bunch of different milkshakes made with different kinds of pie. And we were like "We want that vegan-ized!" So, here's what you'll need. One Fuji apple sliced, one Granny Smith apple sliced, one teaspoon of cinnamon, one teaspoon of ground cloves, a quarter teaspoon of nutmeg, 3 tablespoons of maple syrup or agave nectar, 1 to 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice, 1/8 of a teaspoon of sea salt, 2 teaspoons of arrow root powder, 2 sheets frozen puff pastry thawed, one quart non dairy vanilla ice cream, two cups of unsweetened almond or soy milk and two teaspoons of cinnamon sugar. So what makes this particularly healthful? We actually, we're using, all the ingredients that we have have no cholesterol in them. So conventionally, this would have milk that has a lot of cholesterol. Also, we're using different sweeteners. We're using maple syrup which is great for your heart, great for your skin, and things like that. I'm excited to try it. Yes. So we have to preheat our oven to 400. Okay. 'Cause we are going to make a mini apple pie first. We're starting with one Fuji that we're just gonna slice up and we cut around the core, so we just get these pieces that are really easy to chop. So we're gonna pop our Fuji apples into our bowl, and then we're gonna cut up the Granny Smith in the same way. And then we'd love for you to incorporate some of the ingredients that are gonna go in there. And give it a stir. Perfect. Perfect. Okay. So we have some lemon juice, you can use any type of lemon. This is some arrowroot powder, and that will go in as well. Right. So tell us what arrowroot powder actually is. It's a really amazing binder instead of cornstarch, so it digests really well in the body. Right. So, we're also throwing in some maple syrup. And we have some cloves and also some sea salt in here. We're also throwing in a little bit of cinnamon then it's really gonna start smelling like an apple pie. Love it. And then our last ingredient is a nutmeg, so this is what a nutmeg looks like. People buy it ground. You can buy it ground but it's so much more decadent smelling and it's so much more flavorful when you just go ahead and grind it straight in. So you just incorporate it 'til everything looks really nice and uniform. Yeah. What we're going to do is--this is enough filling for two apple pies. So each box of puff pastry comes with two sheets so you might as well make two apple pies. Right. Exactly. You have to remember thaw it. So that's the only prep you have to do for this recipe. Just keep that in mind. And then we just place it in the center of our baking sheet. So, all we have to do, if you don't mind helping us out, we're gonna aim for the middle, we're gonna get the apples in there. And it doesn't matter if, wherever, 'cause we're going to chop it up anyway. Yeah. And then, if you want to pop in a little bit of a liquid, just to give this some flavor that would be really great. You don't have to be perfect about this, but it really helps if you just think of it as a triangle. So we're just going kinda fold this over and get all of our filling in here. And what we're gonna do to sort of seal it up is we're going to take our fork and we're just gonna go ahead and press down the sides. You can just go ahead and give it some air holes with a fork. All you're doing is. Just what you do for a potato. You don't want this thing to explode in the oven. This is just gonna go in our oven for about 15 minutes, that's all it needs. 400. And then you really do need to let this guy cool because you don't want to put it into your ice cream warm or else everything going to be a melty delicious goopy mess. So I'm just gonna chop this up and then we'll go ahead and blend. Get our ingredients in the Vitamix. And then, what we're going to do is we're going to incorporate our ice cream and our almond milk in our Vitamix blender. Okay. If you don't have a Vitey then you can just go ahead and use your regular food processor, or actually just your regular blender. Okay. You may need to leave it on for a little bit longer. Okay . So we'll take this out and we'll just go ahead and fold in our apple pie. So it's great to do this on a flexible cutting board 'cause all I'm gonna do is just go ahead and pop that right in there. Okay . And then we just dump the pie there. We did it. Yeah. That's it! And then we just incorporate it with this batch. and then that is our apple pie milkshake. Wow. So, we'll just go ahead and serve it on up. And then you can also top it with a little cinnamon sugar if you want a little bit of that good look on top, so it just gives that a little extra finish. Cheers! This is amazing. I truly cannot believe it's vegan, and it has no cholesterol. Amazing, amazing. I'm having another spoon, so thanks for sharing the recipe with us. Thank you. Thank you so much. Absolutely. See you next time on FitSugar TV.