Thursday, April 19, 2012

Banana in Almond Milk|Kids Delight| BM #15

Who will not like Banana with milk? This is usually called 'Paal um Pazhamum' in tamil. It is very common one given to the bride and the groom by the elders during the marriage rituals. It used to taste yumm.
But, that is made just with plain milk and banana. This is also a perfect food for babies. My son just loves it.
For a twist, instead of plain milk. I made with homemade almond milk. This version, not only my son liked it. My husband and me also loved it.
Ingredients
 For Almond milk,
1/4 cup Almonds (Badam)
2 Cups cold milk
Little honey
1 tea spoon sugar (optional)
2 Bananas

Method
Soak the almonds in water for 10-15 minutes. I used the sliced almonds with the skin.
Later grind the almonds, honey and sugar to a smooth paste with a little milk. Mix in the remaining milk along with this.
Slice the bananas into small pieces and add into the almond milk. Serve cold.

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16 comments:

Usha said...

Who will not like banana & milk? I don't like banana & milk.. :(

Almond milk looks good :-)

Chef Mireille said...

simple and delicious!!

DivyaGCP said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe for almond milk.. Sure it sounds interesting and delcious..

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Jayanthi said...

simple yet rich milk with loaded goodness of banana and almonds.

Rasi said...

this is a simple & sweet one!

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PriyaVaasu said...

Quick to make power-packed snack

Priya said...

Super healthy n interesting milk, definitely a kid's delight.

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

Good one. I also like it :)

Srivalli said...

LOL at Usha's comment..bowl looks very inviting!

vidhas said...

Lovley combo, healthy too.

Only Fish Recipes said...

simple n delicious drink !!!!!loved it!!

The Pumpkin Farm said...

super powerful dish

PJ said...

Lil Angel and me still have something similar chilled.Love the use of almond milk.Nice recipe...

rajani said...

I love this chilled, but I have never tried it with almond milk!

Suma Gandlur said...

I usually blend it everything. Your version with banana pieces also looks yum.

Preeti Garg said...

look tempting spl for kidss

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