Banana Milkshake

HUZZAH! I HUMP YOU!
Joined
May 12, 2011
Messages
473
Reaction score
0
OK, I'm new to cooking stuff so please don't blame me if this ends up tasting horrible please. You will need:
A blender
two bananas
some milk

Step 1: chop up the two bananas and put them into the blender
Step 2: add milk and put it 3/4s into the blender
Step 3: blend for about 1 minute and a half
Step : turn the blender off and enjoy...
 
追放されたバカ
Joined
Nov 18, 2010
Messages
5,536
Reaction score
2
Mm, yeah, I enjoy this stuff, 'cept I also use strawberries. And then I enjoy this deliciousness.

 
Doin' stuff
Joined
Dec 15, 2008
Messages
78
Reaction score
0
I'm getting a massive blast of nostalgia from this. My dad use to make me banana milkshakes like this all the time.
 

dig

/
Joined
Jul 4, 2012
Messages
21,962
Reaction score
4,753
Could go for one, I do like banana. You could put some ice vibes and some berries to improve on it, maybe some raspberries and blueberries.
 
★blue blur★
Joined
Nov 9, 2011
Messages
7,489
Reaction score
306
That sounds absolutely delicious! X3 I love bananas, so I really should try it. And maybe add some strawberries.
 
H...a...p...p...y
Joined
Dec 23, 2009
Messages
1,061
Reaction score
3
I've actually tried this before, but I added chocolate powder to it too (chocolate syrup works too). :D
Chocolate + Banana FTW *-*
 
Can I get an encore?
Joined
Dec 29, 2002
Messages
9,634
Reaction score
10
Banana purees really nicely -- if you can get it to just about liquefy, you can do fun stuff with it, both straight-up (it's a great drink!) and for other stuff like baking. (Adding ice cream/milk thins it and makes it more smooth if you choose to drink it.) Of course adding chocolate and/or peanut butter makes it better as a shake.
 
HUZZAH! I HUMP YOU!
Joined
May 12, 2011
Messages
473
Reaction score
0
Also, since I have a recent addict to coconut, I would expect adding coconut milk wold also improve the taste. I didn't try it since I move into a new house and can't find the [email protected] blender!
 
Aroma Lady Rose
Joined
Jan 4, 2010
Messages
3,640
Reaction score
7
You could probably also add sugar, cream or honey to make it sweeter.

But it sounds like you're on the right track!
 
Top