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1 banana (frozen, broken up into a few pieces)
1 cup almond milk (whatever recipe you like best; for this milkshake, a lower ratio of water to almonds will result in a creamier consistency.)
1 tablespoon agave syrup (although depending on the ripeness of your banana, it may not be necessary.)
Pinch of cinnamon
1. Whiz in a blender and drink up. : )
Leilei2012's ThoughtsBy leilei2012
I'm drinking this right now for breakfast, and its amazingly creamy flavor is really really delicious!
There is a bit of forethought involved in this recipe, but then again, that's part of being raw! And all you really have to do is remember to put a peeled banana in the freezer a few hours before you want to enjoy this milkshake!
I think this would also be amazing churned through an ice cream maker. The frozen banana and rich almond milk make a base very similar to the custard one would use in a SAD ice cream recipe.
You could also add a bit of cacao powder for a chocolate banana shake, or almond butter or tahini even for added richness.
This recipe is super satisfying, and cures junk food cravings too because it tastes so yummy. : )
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