Pumpkinpalooza! smoothie/eggnog type drink to enjoy anytime.
Blend the first 3 ingredients together in a blender or Vitamix.
2 cups cooked pumpkin or winter squash
1/2 cup evap cane juice
2 free range eggs
Add the following organic spices to taste:
Add raw milk to make 6-8 cups. Blend quickly to cream together.
Chill and enjoy!
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