This is a beautiful pink colour shake that's really easy to make. I had some soy milk on hand, so I used that in this shake. I loved the taste and colour, both! Thank You for sharing a bautiful recipe that's got none the less, a beautiful name :)
I grew up eating Monkey Shakes because it was how we used up the bananas after they turned brown. I've never tried it with strawberries, but I think I'll definitely make it this way because bananas aren't my favorite fruit but strawberry banana...now that's YUMMY!
my children loved this milkshake- I served it with monkeys, trees and bananas cut with mini cookie cutters out from cinnamon tortillas! Thank you for posting.
Really delicious! I used frozen banana and strawberries, so no ice cubes needed. The final product was a thick and creamy drink. I like the addition of vanilla, it added a nice flavor.
DD and I just enjoyed this as an evening snack. I made this with skim milk, and our berries were pretty tart, so I added a pinch of sugar. Based on the nutritional information given, I calculated this at 3.7WW points per serving. (That's not including my pinch of sugar!) Thanks for a tasty treat that I'm sure we'll make again.
Very nice healthy shake. My strawberries were not the sweetest so I toyed with the idea of adding some sweetner. I don't think it would have been a bad idea, it certainly would have made the flavors a little more pronounced. But, for health sake, I left it as is. And the taste was subtle but fruity. A really nice drink.