"A marvelous mouth-watering chocolate-banana milkshake!" — May and Siv
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1 3/4 cups
powdered chocolate drink mix
I think this recipe needs some ice-cream to thicken it up and make it colder.
I used two bananna's - it was good but not very thick or cold. Like the previous review, I think this recipe needs some ice cream.
I thought this recipe was quick, easy, and totally awesome, although it could be colder. I think next time I'll add some ice. I used a peppermint flavored hot chocolate mix, which gave it a more interesting flavor and a bit of kick. I would highly recommend this is a healthier alternative to other milkshakes.
This was really good, I gave it to the kids today with their peanut butter sandwiches and they loved it. It did need to be colder, so I added 2 huge scoops of Breyer's Banana Bananza ice cream, and I must say it tasted almost exactly the same! (It has the same flavor combo) so next time I'll just add ice to get the same effect with fewer calories. A great would be low cal treat, that's pretty good for you, too.
I thought this recipe was great. I used 2 bananas and less sugar and a drizzle of honey!
I wouldn't necessarily call this a milkshake, but it was still yummy. I also used two bananas and ditched the sugar as there's plenty in the fruit itself and the chocolate drink mix. Thx!
I loved this recipe. I have shared it with all my baking friends. They all loved it too.
Freezing the bananas is a great way to make this drink colder. Using ice just dilutes it and it looses flavor. I freeze my banana's in chunks and drop them in the blender. Nice frozen drink!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 42
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