My 3 and a half year-old son is now so used to me reviewing everything from cars, to road trips, to food products, one of his new catch phrases is, “Daddy, don’t do a review on that!”
But it’s just that I am so passionate to share things I enjoy, including my own new recipe for “Vegan Banana Split Milkshake With No Added Sugar Or Anything Artificial,” that I just couldn’t resist from taking pictures to share with my vegan-curious friends.
I figure there are enough people out there, like me, who physically can’t process much processed sugar without suffering from some kind of ailment. For example, my eczema would return if I went back to consuming added sugar in my food.
With that being said, this recipe is for anyone who wants the idea of a Banana Split Milkshake but from a dairy free, no added sugar, nothing anything artificial perspective.
My version also does not include peanuts- most of which are GMO.
I am providing convenient photo collages of the ingredients along with my original recipe.
When I am craving “bad” food, like a traditional banana split and/or milkshake, I ask myself, what is my body actually craving?
The answer: Good fats (from nuts and seeds) and good sugars (from non-juiced fruit, not separated from the fiber found in that fruit).
Therefore, my recipe for “Vegan Banana Split Milkshake With No Added Sugar Or Anything Artificial” is actually completely nutritious and completely filling.
Not to mention, it contains less than 1% of your daily cholesterol intake. Research that concept- it’s a big deal!
I’m not saying it tastes as awesome as the real thing, but it works for me. Do you want to try it?
Instructions: Place all ingredients except for the cherry in a blender, put on “crush ice” mode. Pour into a chilled, quirky glass. Then place the cherry on top. Done.
“Vegan Banana Split Milkshake With No Added Sugar Or Anything Artificial” By Nick Shell
1 palmful of strawberries
1 palmful of cashews
1 cup of unsweetened almond milk
1 cup of ice
1 serving of chia seeds
1 serving of unsweetened cocoa powder
1 cherry (on top)
If you do ended up trying my recipe, I would love to know about it. Thanks!