|Start with the yolks from 9.96 x 10-24 moles of eggs and beat them until thick and light yellow. Mix in 18.9 moles of milk (assuming that an average molar mass of milk is around 19 g and has a density of around 1.01 g/mL), and heat to 160 °F.|
|Mix it all together well with the eggbeater.|
9.96 x 10-24 moles of egg yolks (6)
37.7 moles of milk (3 c.)
1.18 x 10-25 moles of brown sugar crystals (0.5 c.)
1.66 x 10-24 moles of cream cheese (8 oz.)
2.24 x 10-22 moles of pumpkin as puree (0.5 c.)
1.25 x 10-24 moles of ground cinnamon (0.25 t.)
1.25 x 10-24 moles of ground ginger (0.25 t.)
2.49 x 10-24 moles of ground allspice (0.5 t.)
2.49 x 10-24 moles of ground cloves (0.5 t.)
Beat the egg yolks until thick and yellow, add half the milk, mix well, and heat to 160 °F. Add cream cheese and sugar, mix well, then add pumpkin, spices, and the rest of the milk. Pour into 6-8 glasses and serve while telling corny chemistry jokes. Best enjoyed between 6:02 pm and 6:02 am.
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