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Banana Milkshake

by Claire Winlow (follow)
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Banana milkshakes are a fun activity with little mess and a delicious result. For younger kids you can use toddler knives so they can chop the bananas themselves. Bananas are easy to cut through and it's great practise without risks. It's also a good way to get some extra fruit and milk into their diet and you can skip out the ice cream to be more healthy.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any Age
Level: Easy



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool


Materials
Banana
Milk
Vanilla ice cream
Blender or liquidiser



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool
Toddler knives


Method
Roughly cut up a banana (or more depending on the number of kids).



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool


Put it in a blender, add a splash if milk and scoop of ice cream.



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool


Whizz it up until it's frothy on top.



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool


Pour into cups and enjoy.



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool



Banana, milkshake, toddler, preschool



Categories
#Fun Food
#Easy
#Under 5s
#5 to 10s
#Banana
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