Homemade Banana Milk
Bananas are eaten every day in our household and yet for years I have not been a fan of anything that is banana flavoured including banada breads or banana cream pies. Banana splits... yes, definitely. So when I was watching a YouTube video from PotatoStrong and he showed how he made a simple banana milk for his morning cereal I knew it was something I had to try despite my initial aversion to the idea. Turns out it tastes great, is simple, quick and means you don't have to keep cartons of almond or soy or cashew milk around all the time. Or maybe you used up all your milk and haven't yet made it to the store and so here is a quick fix.
- one ripe banana
- 1/2 cup of cool water
- can't get much simpler than that...
- Place the banana and the water in a blender, either large or the smaller bullet type and give it a whirl
- voila.... banana milk
Just pour it on your cereal or oatmeal. It is not something you want to keep around so don't make more than you will use immediately. Enjoy!
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