Banana Spice Milkshake

banana spice milkshake

SUPER EASY, SUPER  DELICIOUS…I just had to share this mornings “milkshake” that both my kids slurped up happily, then asked for more :-)

BIG THANKS  to Sage and Berries, a lovely blog I recently discovered, for the free downloadable yellow floral background pattern used here!

If you have kids, do they tend to like the same things, or do they have different tastes???

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  1. What an easy recipe! I am going to have to try this, especially because I love Pumpkin Pie spice! Glad you’re enjoying the freebies, thanks a ton for the shoutout! :)

  2. It’s always dangerous to read your blog on an empty stomach. lol
    This sounds SO yummy and I have all of those things in the house.
    I know what today’s after-school snack is going to be!

    Thanks, EA.
    xoxo

  3. I was just telling my husband a couple of hours ago that I have 4 bananas about to pass the point of no return, and this post popped up in my email! Can’t wait to try this yummy sounding recipe! Although I’m not a lover of any milk whatsoever, I use plain fat-free yogurt, and I’ll bet that will work just fine for this! Thanks so much!

  4. Yum! Simple and delicious. I might add some vanilla yogurt to this for my daughter. :)

  5. Thanks for the reminder that I need pumpkin spice!! Yum.

  6. What a fun idea, I bet I would like this more too:-) I am not a huge eggnog fan, I know I am weird, LOL! Sending hugs, Terra

    • Thanks Terra! It’s funny…I never started out making this to taste like egg nog, but with the addition of the pumpkin pie spice, it really does. P.S. I like wierd :-)

  7. Sounds really tasty. Glad your kids liked it. I love that it has pumpkin pie spice. I can see how that would make it eggnog-y. Have a great Friday!

  8. A simple, fresh and tasty drink. Would love one after yoga!

  9. Oh my gosh!! This sounds delicious!! I just got some soymilk so I definitely need to make this. And I am already missing my pumpkin now that the weather is warming up. ;)

  10. Oh YUM, YUM, YUM. This sounds soooo good! I love eggnog but not all the fat!

  11. I am all about easy recipes…ESPECIALLY when pumpkin pie spice is involved. :-) Thanks for sharing!!

  12. Making this tomorrow morning for sure! Been whipping up gingerbread smoothies all week :)

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