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Feeling a craving for sugar? The natural sweetness of this thick creamy shake will help that and provide 2 of your 5 a day at the same time! And it tastes amazing!

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Ingredients

  • 2 Bananas
  • 1 Tsp Honey
  • 2-4 Scoops of Vanilla Ice cream
  • 250ml of Milk

Method

  1. It's as easy as any milk shake!First add the milk bananas and first scoop of ice cream.
  2. Blend this until smooth.
  3. Gradually add more ice cream until you think it is thick enough then add the honey and blend once more!
  4. Chill for 5-10 minutes and shake before drinking, enjoy!

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Banana Shake Recipe | How to make Banana Shake at home

Banana is quite a popular fruit in most countries and a personal favourite to many people. It is one of the most consumable fruit in the world. India, China, Brazil and Indonesia all together consume approx 50% of Bananas produced. There are approx 1000 different varieties of bananas and around 150 countries produce them. Bananas are good source of Vitamins and Minerals. 1 medium Banana (approx 118 g) provides 12% Potassium, 17% Vitamin C , 20% Vitamin B6 and 7% Magnesium of daily nutritional needs of an adult. Because of the popularity of the fruit there are many recipes you can prepare at home and enjoy the fruit. In this article we cover quick and easy Banana Shake recipe and discuss how to make Banana shake at home.

Banana shake is a healthy and tasty option and you can add it to your daily routine as breakfast or evening refreshment. If you are into rigorous exercises, sports or gym you should definitely include Banana in some form to your diet – Banana Shake could be one option. Bananas helps build your muscles and reduce recovery time. There are few other Banana recipes you can prepare at home such as – Banana cake, Banana pudding, Banana Smoothies etc. Banana shake recipe is a simple recipe and key ingredients for this recipe are Banana and milk. Refer recipe card and detailed step to understand as how to make Banana Shake at home.


How Banana Helps You Lose Weight | Health Benefits Of Banana:

According to Dietician and Nutritionist, Dr. Sunali Sharma, banana contains just 105 calories so it helps in both gaining and losing weight what matters is the quantity you consume.

"Eating only one medium-sized or 5-inch banana a day helps lose weight. Also, it should be ideally eaten as a pre or post-workout meal, as it will build up stamina and will help the body recover after a rigorous physical activity," she explained and added that if you want to lose weight, instead of giving it up completely, have in limited portion.

So, we bring you some delicious banana-based drink recipes that will help you lose weight in the healthiest possible way. Let's check out!


The Ingredients

  • Bananas: I used 4 medium-sized frozen bananas. Please make sure to use super ripe bananas for the best results!
  • Milk: Use any dairy-free milk of your choice for this vegan milkshake – oat milk, almond milk, coconut milk, rice milk, soy milk, etc. I used unsweetened soy milk.
  • Peanut Butter: Just a single tablespoon of nut butter helps to make this banana shake super creamy. Add more if you want more of a peanut butter milkshake. You could also substitute this with any nut butter of your choice (cashew butter or almond butter work very well). For a nut-free version, use sunflower seed butter.
  • Vanilla Extract: This will help to make this healthy milkshake taste even more like a decadent dessert.
  • To drizzle (optional): I used a combination of melted peanut butter and dairy-free chocolate to drizzle in the glasses.

For the full ingredients list, measurements, complete recipe method, and nutritional information, read the recipe card below.

Optional Add-Ins

There are several simple ways to adapt this banana shake. Here are just a few of my top options:

  • Spices: Experiment with adding a dash or two of your favorite spices. Cinnamon, in particular, works very well with bananas, as do Chai spices and ginger.
  • Chocolate: You can easily adapt this banana milkshake with a chocolatey twist of unsweetened cacao powder or, for a sweeter treat, a spoonful or two of this Vegan Chocolate Spread (a healthier all-natural ‘Nutella’).
  • Strawberries: I love strawberry and banana smoothies, and the same goes for milkshakes. Add fresh or frozen strawberries to this healthy milkshake for even more fruity nutrients and flavor.
  • Sweetener: If you have a sweet tooth and don’t find the natural sweetness of the banana shake enough, then feel free to add a tiny amount of your favorite sweetener (maple, agave, or a sugar-free alternative). You could also use dates to naturally sweeten this banana milk.
  • Chia/Flax: For extra protein, you could add a tablespoon or two of chia/flaxseeds to the banana drink or vegan protein powder.


Banana & Chocolate PB Shake

The answer is no. Enter this Banana & Chocolate PB Shake.

Seriously, how could this not be good though? It has three of the best flavors, banana, peanut butter, and chocolate all together in one decadent treat that hits your sweet tooth and goals just right. You could even have this for breakfast!

How it all comes together

This recipe brings the sweetness from the ripeness of the bananas so be sure to use some that are well ripened. If you still would like it a little bit sweeter you could add in a little honey.

This is one cool and creamy, protein-rich shake you are going to love!

Looking for a fun breakfast? Definitely try our Morning Glory Muffins recipe! Be sure to watch our Recipe Index and Facebook page for more recipes!


  • 1 cup (230 g) vanilla nonfat frozen yogurt
  • 1 cup (125 g) frozen strawberries
  • 2 banana, peeled, halved
  • ¾ cup (180 ml) milk
  • 1 Tablespoon granulated sugar
  • ¼ cup (30 g) ice cubes
  1. Place all ingredients into the Vitamix container in the order listed and secure lid.
  2. Select Variable 1.
  3. Turn machine on and slowly increase to the highest speed.
  4. Blend for 1 minute or until desired consistency is reached.

18 Protein Shake Recipes That Taste Like Dessert

1. Blueberry Pie Protein Shake

Ready to whip up a quick and easy blueberry pie? Vanilla protein powder, a dash of cinnamon and frozen blueberries create berry-licious base. Top with strips of a quick and nutty “crust” — made from raw cashew butter, agave and almond meal — to make it even more pie-like. Photo and Recipe: Sarah / A Whisk and Two Wands

2. Black Forest Protein Shake

This chocolate-cherry shake couldn’t be simpler. And, it tastes exactly like a thick slice of rich and indulgent black forest cake — just without all the sugar, butter and heavy cream. All it takes is chocolate protein powder, milk, a banana, a cup of frozen cherries and ice. Blend it up until smooth and top with a dollop of coconut cream and a cherry for the ultimate guilt-free snack. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

3. Snickers Protein Smoothie

The secret to this Snickers-flavored shake is PB2 (or powdered, de-fatted peanut butter). But the protein comes from cottage cheese and chocolate, vanilla or caramel protein powder. The recipe also calls for sugar-free chocolate and caramel syrups, but if you’d prefer to skip the artificial stuff, all-natural caramel or butterscotch extract would work well, too. Top the final product with chocolate chips and chopped peanuts for an even more candy bar-like treat. Photo and Recipe: Veggies by Candlelight

4. Frozen S’more Shake

This one is sure to bring back memories of toasting marshmallows over an open fire. While the end result isn’t as high in protein as most others on this list (the ingredients include just cocoa mix, milk, cinnamon, ice and a frozen banana), it’s still a healthier way to satisfy that sweet tooth. Pour the finished product into a frosty mug and finish it off with crushed graham crackers and marshmallow. Photo and Recipe: Kathy Patalsky / Healthy. Happy. Life

5. Chocolate Brownie Batter Protein Shake

Heyyyy batter, batter! This recipe’s a home run not just for it’s nutrition (16 grams of protein per shake!), but its flavor. Seriously, this smoothie tastes like you’re licking the brownie batter straight from the bowl. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

If this is the way the cookie crumbles, count us in. Made with all the familiar flavors of the classic oatmeal raisin cookie — but with none of the sugar and fat — this is the recipe you’ll crave after a long day at work or a tough workout. (Those 27 grams of protein will take you far!) Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

7. Butterscotch Apple Pie Shake

If you’re craving a slice of Grandma’s apple pie but don’t want to break the calorie bank, look no further than this smoothie recipe. Clocking in at about 350 calories per glass, with far less sugar and fat, this smoothie combines protein powder, Greek yogurt and one whole apple and banana (which offer a healthy dose of fiber and potassium too!). Photo and Recipe: Chelsea / Chelsea’s Messy Apron

8. Banana Split Protein Shake

A traditional banana split can run you 515 calories and 82 grams of sugar (more than twice as much sugar as in an 12-ounce can of soda!). Lucky for us, one serving of this shake has just 282 calories, 12 grams of sugar (from the banana, pineapple, and strawberries), and a whopping 35 grams of protein. Plus, a combination of low-fat cottage cheese, low-fat Greek yogurt or silken tofu and vanilla protein powder will help kick hunger to the curb. Don’t forget to top it off with whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry! Photo and Recipe: Katie Farrell / Dashing Dish

9. Key Lime Pie Protein Shake

No time to swing down to Key West? This recipe will get you close — featuring key lime juice and zest, in addition to Greek yogurt, a frozen banana and vanilla protein powder. If you’re up for a real adventure, try pouring this mixture into a homemade, low-sugar graham cracker crust and freezing the whole thing to make a sip-able (and protein-packed) version of the classic key lime pie. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

10. Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie Recipe

Secret’s out: You can still get that sweet, whipped pumpkin pie taste without a serious sugar rush. Simply load up your classic vanilla smoothie recipe with real pumpkin puree and spices. Pumpkin is high in fiber, antioxidants and immunity-boosting nutrients like iron and vitamins A and E. And one glass of this cool and creamy shake boasts a whopping 27 grams of protein. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

11. Sugar Cookie Protein Shake

Cream of tartar gives this shake its classic sugar cookie flavor. Other than that, the ingredients are easy as can be — milk, a very ripe frozen banana, baking soda and vanilla extract. Add a scoop of protein powder for more substance, and/or a tablespoon of cashew butter and a dash of cinnamon for a Snickerdoodle-flavored version. Add a pinch of sprinkles if you’re feeling extra festive. Photo and Recipe: Katie / Chocolate Covered Katie

12. Healthier Shamrock Shake
Come St. Patrick’s Day, it’s hard to resist splurging on a McDonald’s Shamrock Shake. But we have good news: You’ll never have to feel guilty about indulging in this minty treat again, — and you can make it right at home. Avocado gives this shake its color and texture while also offering heart-healthy monounsaturated fat and 19 grams of fiber. But it’s the mint extract that brings the flavor. This shake is leprechaun-approved! Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

13. Gingersnap Cookie Protein Smoothie

Just like grandma makes ’em, but to power your HIIT workouts. The secret ingredients (besides the protein powder, of course): molasses and ground ginger. Bonus: The therapeutic root also aids in digestion and soothes gastrointestinal distress. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

OK, so maybe this isn’t quite a 1:1 sub for that chocolate dipped macaroon. But we promise this shake will do a body good. Low-carb coconut meat aids in digestion and adds some fiber and iron to your diet. And just like nuts, coconut tastes and smells like a dream once toasted. Opt for coconut milk to enhance the rich, coconut-y flavor of the shake, or sub in almond milk for a lower-fat option. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

15. Samoa Cookie Protein Shake

Thanks to full-fat coconut milk, chocolate protein powder, unsweetened caramel flakes and caramel sauce, this frozen, creamy concoction can easily compete with its packaged Girl Scout cookie cousin, the Samoa cookie. Top with toasted coconut, extra caramel sauce and melted chocolate chips for an even more cookie-like indulgence. Photo and Recipe: Dianna / The Kitchen Prep

16. Carrot Cake Protein Shake

When you’re craving the sweet, lightly spiced, and super creamy combination of fresh carrot cake and cream cheese frosting, opt for this healthier option instead. Greek yogurt adds protein, while frozen baby carrots and overripe frozen banana help achieve a creamy texture and classic carrot cake flavor. Serve as-is, or top with chopped pistachios or walnuts for a bit of crunch. Photo and Recipe: Emma / Better with Cake

17. Protein Frosty Shake

The next time you get the urge to swing by Wendy’s for a good old Frosty, re-route back home and whip this up instead. While a 16-ounce cup of the classic treat contains 460 calories and 64 grams of sugar, our healthier version has just 261 calories and 11 grams of sugar, plus 24 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber. The secret ingredient? Xanthan gum, which gives this Protein Frosty its thick, creamy texture. Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn

18. Orange Creamiscle Protein Shake

Reminiscent of a classic frozen Creamsicle pop, this protein shake would make a perfect summer breakfast or refreshing post-workout snack. Orange zest and frozen orange juice mix offer concentrated flavor, while vanilla protein powder and banana add sweetness and body. Bonus recipe: Make a double batch, fill up popsicle molds, and stick them in the freezer for a few hours. Voila! Healthier, protein-packed homemade Creamsicles! Photo and Recipe: Perry Santanachote / Life by Daily Burn


Healthy Vegan Shamrock Shake

Back in the day, I used to love the seasonal Shamrock Shake from a certain fast food restaurant. I hadn’t had or thought of one of those shakes in years until Matt and I drove by an advertisement for them the other day. Oh my gosh – Shamrock Shakes! I’d forgotten all about those! I decided I had a new mission: create a healthy but still delicious version at home.

I set to work on the project with Matt’s assistance.

Mint Avocado Smoothie Ingredients

The secret ingredient to this healthy shamrock shake? Avocado! Its flavor and texture goes so well with the other ingredients.

Here’s what you’ll need to make this mint avocado banana smoothie:

  • vanilla almond milk (sweetened)
  • banana (the riper, the better! It adds some sweetness)
  • vanilla extract
  • fresh mint leaves
  • avocado (should be ripe enough so it’s creamy when blended)


Super Cacao & Banana Shake + Cacao Health Benefits

A chocolate shake that’s good for you? Yes, please! This cacao banana shake is packed full of antioxidants and is so quick and easy to make. Simply place all the ingredients into a blender, blend on high, and voila! A delicious healthy chocolatey treat. I even enjoy it for breakfast some days. Oh yes, chocolate for breakfast!

Did you know antioxidant levels in bananas increase the riper and browner they become? I personally cannot stand the taste of even slightly overripe bananas, so this shake is a great way to use them up, while also ensuring I am getting the most nutrients and antioxidants from them. The overripe flavour of the banana becomes less potent when combined with the other ingredients and gives the shake a sweeter taste. Win-win!

I like to use frozen bananas in this recipe, as I find they produce a thicker consistency. If you haven't got any pre-frozen bananas on hand then fresh bananas are of course fine. The consistency may be a little runnier, however still very delicious.

Now, lets talk cacao! Cacao vs. cocoa, is there a difference? Yes, there most certainly is! Raw cacao is made by cold pressing unroasted cacao beans. This process keeps the living enzymes (the goodies) in the cacao while separating the powder from the cacao butter. Cacao is considered to be a rich source of antioxidants such as procyanidins and flavonoids, which may impart anti aging properties (hello!). Cocoa powder on the other hand, is raw cacao that has been roasted at very high temperatures. These high temperatures change the molecular structure of the cacao bean, lowering its overall nutritional value (not good). I also like to use almond milk in my cacao shake as research shows that dairy can inhibit the absorption of the antioxidants from raw cacao.

So in terms of health benefits, cacao… good. Cocoa… not so good.

Do you use cacao? What’s your favorite cacao recipe?

QUICK TIP: I like to chop up any overripe bananas I have lying around in the fruit bowl, place them into a container and then pop them in the freezer so I always have some readily frozen. It also saves those rapidly deteriorating bananas if you haven't had time to eat them.


10 Tasty Post-Workout Recovery Shakes

Peanut Butter & Jelly Chocolate Workout Recovery Shake

This is one of the best workout recovery shake recipes. With around 40g of protein and 50g of carbohydrates, this recipe is as tasty as it is nutritious. For fans of the classic PB&J flavor, there’s nothing better!

  • 1 6oz container greek yogurt
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp fruit jam, or handful frozen fruit
  • 2 tbsp peanut butter
  • 1 scoop chocolate protein powder (Different Types of Protein Powder Guide)
  • 1 banana, frozen
  • Honey/natural sweetener, as needed
  • Ice, as needed

This is a good workout recovery shake recipe because it combines tons of protein (from protein powder, peanut butter, milk and yogurt) with healthy carbs (from banana, jam, and honey). Not to mention, it tastes fantastic! And after a tough workout, you deserve a little treat!

Raspberry White Chocolate Protein Recovery Shake

For fans of delicious ripe berries and rich white chocolate, this protein shake delivers the goods. And at approximately 30g of protein and 35g of carbohydrates, it packs a powerful workout recovery punch, as well. Plus, the fiber-rich recipe helps keep you feeling full for longer, which is useful for those of us wanting to lose weight.

  • 1 cup milk, or milk alternative
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 tbsp white chocolate chips
  • 1 tbsp hemp seeds or chia seeds

This simple, 5-ingredient blend is an effective workout recovery shake recipe and will leave you licking your lips for more. This is a relatively low-calorie workout recovery shake, which is also rich in fiber. For those reasons, it’s an ideal recovery shake for dieters

Green Berry Post-Workout Recovery Shake

It can be tough to get enough fruits and vegetables in our diets, especially for those of us living busy lifestyles. This green-heavy recipe can help, packing in spinach, kale, berries and protein powder to create a tasty and nutritious recovery shake recipe.

  • 1 6-oz container greek yogurt, vanilla or berry
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
  • 1 tbsp nut butter (peanut butter, almond butter, etc)
  • ½ cup fresh blueberries or raspberries
  • 1 banana, frozen
  • ½ cup spinach leaves
  • ¼ cup kale leaves, de-stemmed
  • Honey, as needed

With antioxidant-rich berries, amino-acid packed protein powder, protein-packed greek yogurt, and a full serving of vegetables, this smoothie packs it all! Note: if you’re not used to green smoothies, you may want to start with a smaller portion of greens and slowly add in more, tasting as you go. Also, kale is more flavorful than spinach, so if you’d rather not taste the greens, substitute the kale for more spinach.

Orange Mango Recovery Shake Recipe

Combining several delicious tropical flavors, this tasty recipe is packed with ingredients rich in carotenoids, which can help to repair damaged cells. It’s lower in protein content than most recipes on this list, but it offers a light, nutritious shake that will leave you feeling refreshed and energized. This is a good morning workout recovery shake, as it leaves you primed for the rest of your day!

  • ½ cup plain yogurt
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • ½ cup baby carrots
  • ½ scoop vanilla or unflavored protein powder
  • 2 cups spinach
  • ¾ cup coconut water
  • ¼ cup orange juice
  • 2 mandarin oranges

By using coconut water instead of milk or water, this recovery shake recipe utilizes the benefits of coconut water. These benefits include a rich electrolyte content (which helps you rehydrate), the ability to help lower blood pressure, weight loss-boosting properties, and more. Plus, it’s a tasty and refreshing way to wrap up your workout!

Antioxidant Berry Smoothie Recipe

For low-intensity exercises, like yoga, hiking, pilates, etc. the protein-packed recipes are less essential. Protein is required for the repair of damaged muscle – and muscles become damaged primarily due to heavy lifting and intense workouts. For low-impact exercises, this antioxidant rich berry smoothie will leave you feeling refreshed and detoxed.

  • 1 cup yogurt
  • ¾ cup frozen mixed berries
  • ¼ cup green tea
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tbsp ground flaxseed
  • Contents of 1 vitamin E capsule

This simple and effective workout recovery shake recipe includes some protein and amino acids from yogurt, alongside tons of antioxidants from green tea, mixed berries, flaxseed and more. And, if you have vitamin E supplements, you can empty a capsule into the smoothie for even more detoxification power!

Strawberry Banana Recovery Shake Recipe

Is there any combination more classic than strawberry and banana? Find out as you sip this delicious and strong recovery shake recipe. With whey protein for recovery, strawberries and bananas for nutrients, and honey for a naturally sweet flavor, this recipe is as delicious as it is nutritious!

  • 1 cup skim milk
  • 1 scoop vanilla whey protein powder
  • ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • ½ banana, frozen
  • Honey, as needed

This is a simple yet highly effective workout recovery shake recipe that you can make with ingredients you probably already have laying around. It’s nutritious, and highly delicious – give it a try!

Fruit Lovers Recovery Shake Recipe

Fruit lovers, unite! This tasty mix of strawberry, banana and orange juice will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to face the day. It’s best for recovery from morning workouts, as it can help you fuel productivity for the rest of your day. It’s lower on protein than usual, so if you’re using this recovery shake recipe after a tough workout, consider adding a scoop of protein powder.

  • 1 cup greek yogurt
  • 8 oz orange juice
  • ½ banana, frozen
  • ½ cup strawberries, frozen

It doesn’t get much simpler than this: just 4 ingredients for a tasty post-workout recovery shake recipe. Packed with vitamin C, fiber, potassium, protein and probiotics, this blend covers all the bases. It’s one of the best workout recovery shake recipes for fruit lovers.

Chocolate Banana Recovery Shake Recipe

Okay, maybe there is a combo more classic than strawberry and banana banana and chocolate! Anyone who has ever combined these two flavors can easily tell you – it’s a winner! Plus, this super-simple recipe for recovery shake can help you get the nutrients you need quick, in a tasty package.

  • 1 cup low-fat chocolate milk
  • ½ banana, frozen
  • 1 scoop whey protein powder (chocolate)
  • Ice

If you don’t have chocolate milk, you can use regular milk and just add some chocolate sauce or other delicious addition. Feel free to throw in some greens, as well, as even a handful of spinach will be completely drowned out by the powerful flavors of chocolate and banana.

Peachy Cinnamon Workout Recovery Shake Recipe

Delicious to say the least, this simple combination tastes as good as it sounds. Fresh peach offers natural sweetness, while cinnamon adds a welcome bite as well as an antioxidant-rich addition to an already powerful workout recovery shake recipe.

  • 1 cup milk
  • ½ peach, ripe (or frozen peach)
  • 1 scoop whey protein powder, vanilla
  • 1 container greek yogurt, vanilla
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 4 ice cubes

With a large portion of protein, alongside a unique flavor that differs from what you may be used to, this unique recovery shake recipe is one of our favorites. Try it with other fresh fruits that you have on hand for even more flavor variety!

Berry Coconut Recovery Shake Recipe

Antioxidant rich berries meet electrolyte-rich coconut water in this tasty and powerful recovery shake recipe. It’s 3-ingredient recipe is super easy to make, and will leave you satisfied and on the road to recovery after your workouts.

  • 1 cup coconut water
  • 1 handful mixed frozen berries
  • 1 scoop whey protein powder, vanilla or berry flavor

Electrolytes are very important after hard workouts, and coconut water is an excellent source of these nutrients. Plus, it offers a refreshing change of pace from rich dairy-based recipes.

Wrapping Up

We hoped you enjoyed our list of the best workout recovery shake recipes! Feel free to add your own unique spin to these recipes, and let us know what you try! We also have many other guides on this site, from supplement guides to more recipe guides just like this one. Have a look around!



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