Pumpkin Pie Martini’s

Pumpkin Pie Martini’s

Happy Fall Y’all!!! One of my favorite things about the fall is Pumpkin Spice everything. So I have developed this fun little Pumpkin Pie Martini, which is sure to make any pumpkin lover swoon.

I completely understand that the holidays can get so busy, with cooking, entertaining, black Friday prep, but this sweet little drink is so easy to make. How nice would it be to be able to just open up your refrigerator and pour a bar quality drink for you guest within minutes? No shaker, no mess and with just 5 simple ingredients. 


  • Pumpkin Flavored Eggnog
  • William Wolf Pecan Flavored Bourbon
  • Graham Cracker pre-crushed 
  • Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Fresh Grated Nutmeg (yes it must be fresh) 

Okay, so a couple of things I want to go over from the picture above. The heavy cream is to make homemade whipped cream, of course you can use a redi whip, (frowny face) but I personally like to make my own whip cream. You may think that it’s hard and dirty’s up your mixer. However, I have the perfect solution for you. I have had mine for years but this is a gourmet whip cream dispenser from William Sonoma. All you do is add I pint of cream attach the CO2 cartridge, shake and you have fresh whip cream. No sugar, no additives, no mess. I also always use fresh nutmeg and for that I use a nutmeg grater also at available at William Sonoma. These are some of my seasonal must haves to cook in the kitchen. 

If you can not find this brand, please exact my deepest apologies because for this drink it is pure perfection. My friend Hunter, at our local package store The Cork & Barrel always gets this brand in for me at my request. Even though he knows my  husband is a Jack Daniels man, this particular bourbon is hard to beat this time of year. Plus look at that super cute label. 


Dip Martini glass into water and then dredge in graham cracker crumbs to make a ring around the glass. Fill up martini glass 3/4 with Pumkpkin Eggnog, add one shot glass worth of Bourbon, top with fresh whip cream and fresh grated nutmeg.  Enjoy. Like what you see? Check out more fall designer tips at ASK THE DESIGNER- Recycle Your Pumpkins as seen above. 


  1. All of the illustrations you have made, the straight forward website navigation, the relationships you engage- this blog’s got everything. Astonishing, and this concept is brilliant, and that’s rather essential. Thanks for the whole lot!

  2. A lot of thanks for all your hard work on this blog. My mum love pumpkin and I would love to make her a version of this. I will have to check Harrods for the Pumpkin Eggnog that seems to be something not available here.

  3. I do not think I have had eggnog either, clearly I live a sheltered life. You are broading my horizon’s daily.

  4. I can not believe I dod not see this sooner, I must pin it for next year. I love pumpkin spice everything, in fact if I see any more pumpkins spice eggnog I may go ahead and try to take it, but if not I will have it for next year.

  5. I enjoy you blog because of your whole hard work on this website. Your conducting a pretty cool job.

  6. I am fascinated by your drink creativity.I feel that you should write more on this subject,I think everyone would really like it, on to the next, Cheers

  7. How did I miss this??? I am such a pumpkin spice fan, and now I am sad I missed this fabulous drink, but I will pin it for next year since pumpkin spice never goes out of style. You undoubtedly exceeded visitors’ expectations especially mine.

  8. Now I am so sad I missed this one for the fall I guess I will pin it for next year. The pecan bourbon sounds amazing.

  9. I made these sweet little martini’s for my husbands family and they absolutely loved them. It was super easy and so delicious, thanks for introducing us to the Pecan Bourbon, yum.

  10. I love your site and just wanted to let you know we really love the super simple recipes that you offer. Who has all that time to make everything form scratch and as long as they taste good that is what matters. This little drink here was the hit of our holidays. Until the pumpkin eggnog ran out, oops

  11. I saw this on the William Wolf facebook page which my husband I and I are big fans of so we had to check it out. Great site by the way I can see myself coming back often.

  12. Sending you such appreciation for this information!!! Right now it is over 9000-thank you!

  13. Grade A stuff. I’m unquestionably in your debt for this drink option.

  14. Thanks for all your hard work on this web site. You offer lots of great ideas and inspire us so much. Have fun with the remaining portion of the year Happy New Year. You are doing a really great job.

  15. This sounds great to me, I love pumpkin and tend to drink and eat it year round, not just a Thanksgiving.

  16. Such a nice idea for a Thanksgiving drink. Not to many of those around except maybe Wild Turkey ha ha.

  17. Ok we are going to make the recipe go viral, what a great signature drink for Thanksgiving. Passing this link to all my girls!

  18. Yum these look absolutely amazing and would be a great cocktail over Thanksgiving!

  19. Oh my gosh that looks so good! Going to share this so we can try them when we all get together for Thanksgiving.

  20. Although I don’t really like pumpkin spice, pie or martinis, I really do love the concept of this treat, especially for Thanksgiving. I’m already looking forward to all the great food next week!

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