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Banana almond milk shake

Another milk shake with banana, honey and hand full of almonds ....this  is also good for children as well as grown ups. if you want to make the banana milkshake more easy to digest then use the bananas which are more ripe and you can also use a  pinch of cardamom or cinnamon powder. This milkshake is really very simple to make .....even kids can make it easily. 

Bananas are the most widely consumed fruits in the world and for good reason. The curved yellow fruit packs a big nutritional punch, wrapped in its own convenient packaging. Some scientists believe that the banana may have even been the world's first fruit. These can also be a good way to get magnesium and vitamins C and B6. High in antioxidants, bananas provide protection from free radicals, which we come into contact with every day, from the sunlight to the lotion you put on your skin, Bananas are known to reduce swelling, protect against developing type-2 diabetes, aid in weight loss, strengthen the nervous system and help with production of white blood cells, all due to the high level of vitamin B6 that bananas contain. 

Banana Milkshake Recipe

Banana Milk Shake

Ingredients:

2 cups full fat milk 
2 medium size bananas
2 tbsp almonds ( blanched) 
a pinch or two of vanilla powder
sugar as required 
¼ tsp cardamom or cinnamon powder for garnishing (optional)

How To Go About It..

Step 1. Peel the bananas and chop them.

Step 2. Put the bananas,blanched almonds #, vanilla and  milk into the blender also add the sugar as 
             required.

Step 3. Blend everything till smooth.

Step 4. Pour banana milkshake in tall glass and sprinkle cardamom or cinnamon 
             powder.

Step 5. Serve the banana milkshake immediately as with time its color and taste 
             starts changing. so you can not store banana milkshake in fridge to have it   
             later.

# To blanch almonds soak it for 2-3 hours and peel it.
# For more creamer texture add one tablespoon of vanilla ice cream with milk.
# Incase of lactose intolerance use thin coconut milk instead of whole milk. 
# you can easily omit almonds if you are elergic to nuts, it will not effect the taste of the drink. 

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