Tuesday, 10 October 2017

The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails | 1

I took a trip to TKMaxx in September when all the Halloween and Autumn homeware was released in early September and came across the most adorable pumpkin copper mug. This inspired me to create a few Halloween-themed cocktails which I'll be posting throughout October! The first one is very comforting and Autumnal, presented in the gorgeous copper pumpkin mug.

The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails
The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails

For this you will need:
300ml Milk
1 shot of Irish cream
1 shot of Triple Sec
1/2 tbsp pumpkin spice
optional - marshmallows to top

1. Warm your milk in the microwave in a microwave-safe mug or jug for 30 seconds at a time, stirring after each until you're happy it's at a good temperature.

2. Add a shot of Irish Cream and Triple Sec to your cup/mug and sprinkle in your pumpkin spice. If you can't find pumpkin spice simply make your own. I made mine with a recipe from Pinterest.

3. Finally, add your warm milk, mix all together, then decorate with your marshmallows and enjoy.

The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails
The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails
The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails

This is a very sweet and comforting drink with a subtle orange undertone. It makes a great alternative to hot chocolate and would be a great accompaniment to a night out at the fireworks (just make you're not the designated driver!).

I'd love to know if you try this out and I can't wait to share my other drinks with you! Hope you're excited for Halloween.


The Spiced Pumpkin - Halloween Cocktails



  1. Oh my god how adorable is that mug? I'm not usually a fan of pumpkin spice but this is definitely a tipple I would try! Sounds lush!xx

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  2. This mug is amazing!!! Why oh why can't I ever just go in TK MAX and find something.lol
    Fab recipe though.. noted as always!



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