Thank You for the delicios recipe,I had a couple of bananas that were going to be overripe if I did not use them,and I have been wanting to try milkshakes forever,so I looked up banana milkshakes and found yours,I'm very glad I did.Even my husband liked these.Thanks. Darlene Summers
Very delicious! I loooove the flavor! Just to say one thing, if you use skim milk instead of 2% or whole milk, there is then no fat! Just a helpful tip to those who are on diets!
this recipe was easy and my kids loved it! It was delicious.
Thanks so much for this recipe..I turned this banana milkshake into a strawberry/banana milkshake by adding fresh frozen strawberries and frozen bananas (omitting the ice since the fruit was frozen and I don't like to taste ice chips in my smoothies or bananas), using 2%percent milk and I cut down on the sugar and threw in some natural strawberry spread. It was so delicious!!!
Very nice but a bit too sugery?
The proportions were off for us. I used 1 banana, 1 cup of milk, 2 tbsp of sugar and 3 ice cubes and the milkshake was far too watery, so we added a second banana and 2 more ice cubes to get it thicker. I would say 1 banana, 1/2 c milk, 2 tbsp of sugar and 3-4 ice cubes would be spot on for a thicker shake.
It's good, but it needs a little bit more ice in it. I also try putting new things in it like strawberry or things like that.
So easy and tasty! My husband was skeptical as this recipe didn't include ice cream but he loved it. Will definitely be a go to recipe for the future.
I thought it was a great recipie! i did change it however. I only put 1/2 a cup of milk, and i added 1/2 a cup of peach yogurt. as for the sugar. I added sugar to my taste (probably less than 1/4 of a cup).
this milkshake was delicious and healthy for a snack or a energy boost