Harry Potter’s: Pumpkin Juice

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I don’t usually post on Thursdays but with the last Harry Potter movie premiering TONIGHT!!
Friday morning would be too late.

This one is fast and delicious!
Even if you don’t have a blender, put it in an air tight container and shake it vigorously.

You will need:

8oz (120 ml) apple juice
3oz (60 ml) Petite brand pear nectar 
(I could not find pear nectar, I used Agave Nectar)
3 tablespoons (15 ml) of pumpkin pie filling
1/8 teaspoon (9 ml) apple pie spice (apple pie spice consists of 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 tsp nutmeg and 1/8 tsp cardamom, which is a ginger)
1/8 teaspoon (9 ml) cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon (9 ml) nutmeg. 

  Blend the ingredients in a blender to properly incorporate. Yes, it’s supposed to be a little “pulpy”, just like it is in WWOHP. (Wizarding World Of Harry Potter)

Serve with ice or chilled.

Recipe courtesy of  Party though the Parks, who have brilliantly made going to Walt Disney World and Universal Studios their job. I bow before your greatness and wisdom.


2 thoughts on “Harry Potter’s: Pumpkin Juice

    Party through the Parks said:
    July 14, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    I'm glad you enjoyed it. But, next time you make it you've got to try to find the pear nectar. It's that “what's that flavor?” part of the drink at WWOHP. Pear nectar is usually sold in cans, like a soda can or sometimes in a small box, like a broth would be sold. Check the bottom and top shelves of the grocery store juice aisle carefully. You may also want to check the Mexican/Hispanic/Ethnic aisles.

    Here's a link to the stuff we used. We found it in our Wal-Mart

    No need to bow, it's just a part time job! (Albeit a clever one)

    Party Through The Parks -ed.

    Gamer's Fridge said:
    July 14, 2011 at 6:00 pm

    Thank you for the advice, I will continue to look for pear nectar so I can make this drink over and over and over again. It is delicious!

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