It's exactly what it says in the title! I use whole milk but you can certainly use semi-skimmed, or almond milk or whatever dairy free alternative you prefer. It's a really filling smoothie that makes a great addition to your breakfast rotation.
Delicious taste, perfect consistency - 01 May 2018
I used frozen chunked bananas so that I would not have to use ice. I also used lactose-free milk and added a teaspoon of vanilla. The grownups would not drink this but we really wouldn't have needed to. The two kids drank all four servings between them. My youngest boy gave me two thumbs up. - 26 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Since the combination of bananas and peanut butter in a smoothie intrigued me I decided to give this a try. I LOVE peanut butter and could eat it by the spoonfuls...(too bad they don't make a fabulous fat free version). Just as the submitter states it's refreshing and tasty! I froze my banana so I only used a little ice and to lighten this up I used skim milk (a bit less than called for to get the desired consistency) along with reduced fat peanut butter. Not only is this good, but it's good for you too and perfect for breakfast or a nice snack! - 15 May 2012 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)