Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake #SundaySupper

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This Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake is a creamy and delicious blend of pumpkin, low-fat vanilla yogurt, malted milk powder, vanilla and spices. 
Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake is a creamy and delicious blend of pumpkin, low-fat vanilla yogurt, malted milk powder, vanilla and spices.

What’s that you say? You love pumpkin pie but not all the calories that go along with it! Well then, do I have a treat for you with this Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake! Since this week’s #SundaySupper theme is “lighten up the holidays,” I thought this recipe would be appropriate. After all, what’s Thanksgiving without the taste of pumpkin pie?

Since we are officially in the holiday season, the members of the Sunday Supper Movement are doing our part in trying to help whittle a few calories here and there to help us all through. While we’re not suggesting going through the entire holiday season eating healthy, low-fat and low-calorie foods (what kind of fun would that be?). What we are doing is giving you tasty options to cut back where, when and if you choose.

Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake is a creamy and delicious blend of pumpkin, low-fat vanilla yogurt, malted milk powder, vanilla and spices.

 

Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake is a creamy and delicious blend of pumpkin, low-fat vanilla yogurt, malted milk powder, vanilla and spices.

LOW-CALORIE PUMPKIN PIE MALTED MILKSHAKE   {PRINT THIS RECIPE}
Servings:  2       Prep Time: 5 minutes, tops

1 can (15 ounces) pumpkin purée
1½ cups low-fat, low-sugar frozen vanilla yogurt
1 cup low-fat milk
1 tablespoon vanilla malted milk powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 pinch freshly grated nutmeg
1 cup ice

-Place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
-Serve immediately.

Easy and delicious!

Low-Calorie Pumpkin Pie Malted Milkshake is a creamy and delicious blend of pumpkin, low-fat vanilla yogurt, malted milk powder, vanilla and spices.

Thank you to this weeks #SundaySupper host: Kathia of Basic N’ Delicious. For all the other wonderful lightened up holiday meals, please click on the links below and be ready to hit the print button on your computer 🙂
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41 Comments

  1. Awwww this sounds delicious! And it's perfect also for us down under, as it is a pumpkin cold treat, great for our warm weather!

  2. Ooohhh this sounds so good! I love that you put malt in it, I am a HUGE malt fan!! And well, I am addicted to pumpkin right now 🙂

  3. This sounds fabulous, Renee! And so thick that I could eat it with a spoon!

  4. What a terrific autumn flavor! It looks so rich and delicious!!!

  5. This is the perfect holiday treat! All those classic flavors without all the calories!

  6. Tara Noland

    What a great idea, my daughter would love this!!

  7. Chris Baccus

    Love that you decided to make one of the world's heaviest drinks "light"! Looks yummy.

  8. Amanda Boyarshinov

    What a lovely way to sneak some orange vegetable into dessert!

  9. Wendy Wofford-Garcia

    Yum…this looks really good! I enjoy pumpkin most in the weeks ahead of Thanksgiving!

  10. I love this so much!!! Pumpkin pie is my favorite Thanksgiving dessert – unoriginal, perhaps, but true. A couple years ago I made a pumpkin pie milkshake, but I just chunked a piece of pumpkin pie in the blender along with milk and ice cream. So… yours is much healthier! I must try it this season!

  11. Yummy!

  12. Susan Pridmore

    This will be perfect this coming week. I have a new blender and am making smoothies and such every day!

  13. The Ninja Baker

    Yummm! The combo of pumpkin and frozen yogurt is delicious. Great looking photo, Renee =)

  14. Sarah | Curious Cuisiniere

    I always forget about the malted milk powder in our pantry. My hubby would love this!

  15. Shaina Wizov

    Yum!! This will totally satisfy my pumpkin-loving sweet tooth!

  16. Constance Smith

    Oh. My. Heavens. This looks AMAZING!!!

  17. Yum yum yum! This looks fantastic, I love pumpkin and ice cream together.

  18. Camilla Mann

    Okay, Renee. I'm officially smitten. Thanks for sharing this with #SundaySupper. I'll make this soon.

  19. A low calorie milkshake? I'm in!

  20. Sounds de-LIGHT-ful, pun intended!

  21. Love this, Renee! A welcome change from all the pumpkin pie lattes and such that are so typical for the season.

  22. Heather Schmitt-Gonzalez

    Ohhhh, yes! Malted milkshakes are my FAVORITE, and I am totally digging the sound of this pumpkin one. Sounds like we need to make a birthday toast with two full glasses! 😉 Hope your day is fantastic, Renee.

  23. Wow! Malt AND pumpkin!? How seasonal of you! Thank you for sharing!

  24. Cookin' Canuck

    What a fun way to enjoy the flavors of pumpkin pie without breaking the calorie bank!

  25. Back for Seconds

    Oh my goodness. I'd love one of these right now!

  26. Ashley @ Wishes and Dishes

    Ahhh this is great for the fall! Pumpkin pie in a glass!

  27. This sounds like the best use of malted milk powder ever! And love that there's half a can of pumpkin per serving. That makes this practically health food. 😉

  28. Ginny McMeans

    This looks so satisfying and low calories too? Fantastic!

  29. Lightened up, you say? Looks indulgent to me!! Gosh, when will we have a future where I can ask for something and it will materialize in front of me?

  30. Such a great way to get your pumpkin fix without breaking the calorie banks!

  31. This milkshake looks amazing! I love that you threw in a little bit of that pumpkin pie flavor…yum!

  32. I am ok with drinking my pumpkin pie! 😉

  33. I love malted milk powder. This recipe sounds amazing!

  34. I love malt. I never mixed it with anything but chocolate or coffee before. Great idea!

  35. Angie Barrett

    mmmmm I that I'll have this WITH some pumpkin pie hee hee. Love it!

  36. Shut the front door, this is amazing. I am so blown away by this one.

  37. Sounds fantastic! I could definitely do well sipping on one of these malts.

  38. you had me at pumpkin, fantastic idea and love the idea of adding malt

  39. Love the recipe, i thinks its healthy and easy to make as well.

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