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Good stuff! Rather stupid for anyone to be disappointed with the flavor or texture. It's called MILK, it's going to be runny/watery so don't expect it to be thick like a smoothie. And use RIPE bananas (brown/spotted bananas) for full flavor. There really is no need for vanilla or honey or sugar. It's great as is!
Yum! I froze the banana after chopping it up so the drink would be cold without having to put ice in it. I can see this being great in cereal, I drank it as a side to some peanut butter oatmeal granola bars I'd made. Perfect complement!
I was looking around Youtube and came across a Korean Banana Milk commercial. I looked up "Banana Milk" and this page came up so I decided to try it and I LOVED it. This along with frozen banana ice cream is my current favorite snack. :) If you love bananas, you'll love banana milk.
A nice light drink that I enjoyed for an afternoon snack. I used skim milk and didn't add the vanilla (personal preference). I also added a little bit of honey as I wanted it to be sweeter.
i've made this with just the milk and banana many times and it's so surprising how delicious and simple it is!!! excellent snack, desert, or as part of a breakfast.
My husband loved this Banana Milk, so did I. It was fresh and refreshing. I just added a little honey to it.
Excellent! I omitted the vanilla, used soymilk, six cubes of ice and a tablespoon of flaxmeal to make this delicious drink. I shared with my toddler, and he loved it! The ice thickened the banana milk and moved it into smoothie staus. This is now in regular rotation at our house. My toddler can't get enough of it!
My 9 yr old daughter thinks this is awsome. She definely whats me to make it again. Perfect way to get a little extra fruit into a childs diet. Super simple to throw together with a magic bullet blender.
I made this exactly as posted with skim milk, a very ripe banana and the vanilla. It was sweet and tasty. I think I will try it with either ice next time or a frozen banana but it was great just the way it's posted. thanks for sharing a delightful treat.
Well, the nearly-two-year-old just pounded this down. What an easy, healthy snack! Thank you for the wonderful idea! PS - This doesn't serve well in a sippy cup. The banana seeds clog it up!