A more mellow, comforting autumnal drink. I’ve now tried it now with a pumpkin, but also with an acorn-shaped squash that ressembles a pumpkin in color, and with a flat pumpkin called “sweet” by the farmers. All turn out deliciously. I was going to work on my pumpkin pie recipe this morning, but this little pumpkin...
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Recipe Directions

1. Wash your pumpkin. Cut into pieces with a sharp knife. And put through the juicer. Don’t worry about the seeds, they mostly get ejected, at least they do in my centrifugal juicer. 2. Pour juice into your blender. Add agave and spices. Blend. 3. Dilute to taste with water (warm water if you want a warm beverage) OR blend in almonds then dilute to taste with water.

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A more mellow, comforting autumnal drink. I’ve now tried it now with a pumpkin, but also with an acorn-shaped squash that ressembles a pumpkin in color, and with a flat pumpkin called “sweet” by the farmers. All turn out deliciously. I was going to work on my pumpkin pie recipe this morning, but this little pumpkin somehow ended up going through my juicer, and I’m glad it did. Without the almonds it is smoother, more elemental. With the almonds it is rounder, warmer.

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This will help me out so much this Thanksgiving when everyone else is drinking egg nog :) Thanks!!!

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