Salted caramel shake

Such a delicious breakfast treat for a hot morning …. or for lunch on any given day for my littlest miss and mister!

It packs quite a few calories but it will keep you full for the whole morning because of the protein and fibre.

You will need a good high powered blender/processor for this recipe. I’ve made it in my Nutribullet and Bellini and both work well.

  • 500ml cold milk of choice (my favourite is unsweetened almond milk)
  • 1 large frozen banana
  • 2 medjool dates, pitted
  • 4 tbsp rolled oats
  • 2 heaped tsp sunflower seed butter (here)
  • good pinch of pink Himalayan salt
  • 8 ice blocks
  • OPTIONAL – 1 tsp maple syrup (I tend to leave this out for me)

Place the oats on the processor and blitz until fine (Speed 9, 8 seconds)

Place the banana, syrup (if using), salt, seed butter and about 25mls of milk in the processor/blender and pulse a few times.

Scrape down the sides. Then while the processor is running, add in the dates one at a time. Process for a further 20 seconds (Speed 4 during the addition then up to 7 for 10 seconds).

Add in the rest of the milk and the ice blocks (through the chute whilst running) and process until well combined and fairly smooth. (Speed 6)

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Serve immediately.

If you’re using a bullet style blender, use half of the ingredients in each of 2 large cups.

*I’ve recently been using cow’s milk as my husband’s taste preference. I use 1/4 full cream milk and 3/4 cold water.

Serves 2

Enjoy ๐Ÿ™‚

3 thoughts on “Salted caramel shake

  1. What brand of Oat Milk do you use? I’m located 5hrs North of Perth and have access to Woolies & Coles. Thanks!

    1. Hi Stacey. I mostly use Pure Harvest Organic from Woollies. I like that it is unsweetened ๐Ÿ™‚ I also use the Vitasoy one occasionally.

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