This vegan, paleo, AIP Banana Milkshake is thick, creamy, and delicious, without any added sugar and comes together quickly in the blender.
Want to know the food we fight over the most in my household? Bananas!
This is partly because I only like eating bananas when they’re at the sweet spot between unripe and ripe. Brown spots, forget it! The problem is, this sweet spot – where the tip of the peel is maybe even a little bit green- is fleeting, sometimes only a couple days long! So when it’s that time, back off my bananas!
Bananas with brown spots have been reserved for two things in my kitchen: banana bread baking or smoothie making. But this AIP Banana milkshake has proven that I have a new category of things to make with those over-ripe bananas.
Here’s what you need for these AIP Banana Milkshakes
The base of this recipe is two simple ingredients: frozen bananas and full fat, additive free coconut milk. I’ve also added some pure vanilla extract, cinnamon and a dash of salt to bring the flavours together.
If you’re feeling fancy and/or have more time, you can add some caramel sauce or tigernut butter to the glass before you pour your milkshake. Optional toppings include toasted coconut flakes and crispy caramelized banana slices.
Can I make this into a banana smoothie?
Without the toppings, this milkshake could just as easily be an amazing AIP banana smoothie. You could also add compliant aip protein powder and/or collagen, and a handful of spinach to make this into a filling smoothie!
How do I store this?
This is best served fresh and will become much thinner if kept in the fridge overnight. If you’re only making this milkshake for one, I’d suggest halving the recipe so that you don’t have leftovers.
Looking for other AIP recipes similar to this? You might enjoy:
- Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Bowl
- Paleo Wild Blueberry Beet Smoothie
- Peach Green Smoothie
- No-churn Peach Ice-Cream
- Strawberry Basil Ice Cream
If you tried this Banana Milkshake I would appreciate it if you would give it a rating and short review. Also, be sure to snap a picture of the finished product and share it with me on Instagram by tagging @healmedelicious.Print