5 Reviews

Yummy! I used a frozen banana and an extra scoop of peanut butter to make this shake. I didn't have any extract but really didn't feel like it needed it. It was terrific! Thanks for sharing. Made for Football Pool 2011.

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CJAY January 31, 2012

So very simple to make... and so very good. I'm pretty much in the same boat with the previous reviewers... no banana extract, but I really don't think it's necessary. A couple of other reviewers drizzled chocolate syrup down the inside of the glass (so did I) and it really makes a pretty presentation. Thank you for a new favourite milkshake in our house. (Made for Football Pool Week 7 win)

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rosie316 October 25, 2013

OMG this milkshake tastes like it came straight from a restaurant! SO YUMMY! I didn't have any extract, neither did my commissary. I used 2% milk and 1/2 the fat vanilla ice cream. I also used chocolate syrup in the glass just to drizzle on top. SOO GOOOOD!

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asaunders03 June 20, 2013

Yummy!! So rich and creamy. I did use vanilla almond milk with a touch of vanilla extract added in as I did not have the banana extract. Like I said so rich and creamy. Made for PAC Spring 2013.

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PaulaG April 12, 2013

Great shake! I followed, as written, except for the banana extract, as I didn't have any on hand. I added a drop of vanilla, and DS and I shared this...He loved it; (as did I....) I did add chocolate syrup to our frozen glasses, to up the WOW factor. Good golly, I know I'll have to make this again, and soon! Thanks for sharing, Bayhill!

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alligirl March 26, 2011
Peanut Butter-Banana Milk Shake