This smoothie was an awesome surprise. I had a bit of coconut milk left in the fridge from making ice cream and I decided to toss it into a quick smoothie for the kids.
This was SO very good and incredibly simple, I’ve already made it again. This tasted better than any milkshake I’ve had in years. I can see this being an easy dessert for many summer nights in the future.
Coconut Milk Banana Smoothie Ice Cream
Servings: 1 serving
- 1 cup Thai coconut milk refrigerated and thickened
- 2 bananas frozen and cut into several pieces
- drizzle of honey to taste - about 1 tablespoon
- Place milk and bananas in the blender and puree until smooth. Add honey to taste and pulse to combine. Serve immediately for a soft serve milkshake or freeze for a firmer ice cream. Enjoy!
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13 Comments Leave a comment or review
wow! I think you make the most delicious smoothies I seen!
hobby baker says
Love the simplicity and ease of this one!
Simple but looks delicious!
Words Of Deliciousness says
This looks incredibly creamy and delicious. I would love this banana smoothie
The Slow Roasted Italian says
This sounds really good! Coconut is a perfect summer flavor. Reminds me of Spring Break too.
I'm sure this is so good with the coconut milk!
This is so easy and looks so tasty! Spring is here so it's perfect for these first warm days!
Apron Appeal says
I'm keeping this tucked away for the blessed day when my baby can eat something other than sweet potato and oatmeal but dairy is still a NO GO. (Or I'll make it for breakfast tomorrow)
Coconut milk is not diary, its extracted from the coconut using water. But given the name because of its similarity in color and texture to milk.
So easy and sooooo delicious! Literally tastes like a milkshake made with dairy products! 🙂
Mary Younkin says
I’m so glad that you’re enjoying it, Tricia!
Catherine Castiglioni says
So yummy! I did half the ingredients for my toddler and we LOVED it. Thanks so much!
Mary Younkin says
I’m thrilled you liked it, Catherine!