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This is my new favorite recipe! It's so refreshing and the ingredients are perfectly balanced. I also added 2 ice cubes and I use frozen bananas instead. It definitely makes me feel relaxed, thank you!

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RaeRae77 September 27, 2009

I cant believe I have never seen this recipe before! I had a ripe banana that needed to be used so I made this for a quick breakfast. Added 2 ice cubes but that is it. Thanks for a simple but yummy drink that I will make again:)

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Ang11002 August 10, 2005

This was really very good. I am feeling very sluggish right now, and I am going to go lay down, hoping that this helped my poor pregnant body tonight. Thanks so much for the wonderful drink.

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~*Miss Diggy*~ March 30, 2005

I have been making "banana milk" for years, and have always found it really comforting. I saw that you put honey in your recipe, so I thought I'd try it. It did add a nice flavor dimension to it. I always add some grated nutmeg on top. If only my daughter (who has a difficult time falling asleep) liked banana flavor! Roxygirl in Colo.

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Roxygirl in Colorado March 11, 2005

Thanks Kim D. my husband and boys really enjoyed it, I put the bananas in the freezer for an hour or so, and it blended perfectly smooth and creamy. Unfortunately though it didn't work--my boys were still bouncing off the walls-FOR THAT YOU GET 2!!!!Just kidding, keep posting more goodies.

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lets.eat March 10, 2005

Freezing the banana does have make the shake "sleep-inducing" because your body starts to use energy to warm up after you drink it. Very healthy and filling with skim or soy milk! I add a little cardamom and nutmeg, sweet dreams!

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Blanket Girl February 27, 2005

I just made this for a quick afternoon treat and it was delicious! I used a ripe banana, but I think next time I'll use a frozen banana to add a little thickness to the shake. This was such a delicious drink! I'll be making this again!

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Dine & Dish February 26, 2005

This is excellent. I used skim milk and a frozen banana (I didn't have any that were not frozen). With skim milk it is 5 WW points for the whole thing. I split it with my 2 year old DD and counted it as 3. It was a great fast brekafast as I put my makeup on and got ready to go. So I didn't follow the going to bed part of it, but it sure was yummy and fast. Thanks!

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ladypit June 08, 2004

Banana, milk and honey lovers are in for a treat! I have this sometimes in the afternoons, for a very quick lunch, that's when I skip breakfast:-) This is filling and good.

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Charishma_Ramchandani October 11, 2002
"sweet Dreams" Shake