Caribbean Pumpkin Punch

Published Date
September 25th 2021
Rate
Average: 5 (5 votes)
Caribbean Pumpkin Punch with Pumpkin on side
Close up Aerial view of Caribbean Pumpkin Punch
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In the Caribbean, we love to punch! From Peanut Punch to Sea Moss Punch, throw it in a blender with some coconut milk, and we are happy. This recipe for Caribbean Pumpkin Punch is spicy and creamy with a bit of kick. That kick comes from our locally brewed McKesson Stout, which allegedly helps the male libido. (If McKesson is not available in your region, you can substitute with Guinness). Regardless of the myth, this punch has a sweet, spicy, creamy, roasted malt and Pumpkin flavor for all adults to enjoy.

Author: Rachel Ottier-Hart
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
25 mins
Serves
4-6

Ingredients

Pumpkin Puree
Punch

Instructions

Pumpkin Puree
Remove and discard the skin, scoop out the seeds from the pumpkin, cut them into chunks, and then place them into a steam basket.
Using a saucepan, fill ⅓ the way with water, bring to a boil, and place the basket with the pumpkin into the pot cover and steam for 10-15 minutes or until the pumpkin is fork-tender.
Remove the pumpkin from the pan and let cool before mashing with a fork or potato masher.
Pumpkin Punch
Using a blender, mix all the ingredients and sweeten with condensed and coconut to taste.
Serve chilled or over ice.

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