September 9, 2014

Healthy Chocolate Milkshake

Thick. Creamy. Smooooth. This shake is sure to satisfy even the biggest of chocolate cravings. It tastes like an indulgent treat but without the guilt - just four simple, healthy ingredients that come together in 2 minutes! When it comes to smoothies and shakes, I tend to just toss ingredients in the blender as I go. But my husband and I love this one so much I finally got the measurements down to share with you all. Play around to find the sweetness you prefer! The riper the banana, the sweeter it'll be, and you can add more or less agave/honey to taste. If you have sliced frozen banana in the freezer that works great too!

Vegan, gluten-free

1 cup vanilla almond milk (or other milk of choice)
1 ripe banana
2 Tbsp. cocoa powder
1 Tbsp. agave (or honey)
Optional: 2-3 ice cubes

Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
Taste and adjust if necessary.

Note: I use unsweetened milk and cocoa powder, so reduce agave/honey if using sweetened.

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  1. I made this for breakfast this morning. DELCIOUS!

    1. Hey Ashley! Yessss - chocolate milkshake for breakfast = the best day everrrr!! ;) Glad you enjoyed it, thanks for the sweet message!

  2. Sounds good to me Kaitlin. I just throw everything in to my blender too. I am on smoothies rather than shakes at the moment.

    1. Thanks Jacqueline! Usually I'm on a fruity smoothie kick but this has been an awesome change of pace lately! :)

  3. You know I love chocolate for breakfast!!! This is a great "chocolate milk" option for the boys. Freezing the banana gives it a wonderful texture too!! Love!!!

    1. Aw thanks Sarah! Yes!! This is so easy I bet the boys could almost make it themselves! ;)

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  5. I hope that this tastes better than my last milkshake!
    P.S. Making this for cooking class hope we love it

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    1. Hi Alyssa! I don't provide nutritional stats, but if you'd like to calculate your own you can try this website:
      I've heard it's pretty straightforward and easy to use. Hope that helps! :)