So I’ve been going through the “food holidays” calendar (as you do) and keep coming across these truly strange and marvelous holidays that I can’t help but share with you all. For example, today is both National Pots de Crème Day(we have a recipe for that) and Banana Lover’s Day. Now I’m not a big banana fan unless it involves chocolate in some way. So this recipe was obviously created with me in mind.
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Happy weird food holidays, SPOON fans!
Banana and NUTELLA Milkshake
Excerpted from NUTELLA by Ferrero
Tiny school-goers are sure to love this delicious NUTELLA-flavored milkshake!
Preparation time: 10 minutes
400 ml (1 3/4 cups) whole milk, chilled
3 tablespoons (42 g) NUTELLA
1 tablespoon (14 g) caster/superfine sugar
4 or 5 ice cubes
Peel and slice the bananas.
Blend the bananas for 1 minute with the chilled milk, NUTELLA, sugar, and ice cubes until the mixture is creamy and frothy.
Pour the milkshake in two two glasses and serve immediately.
Variation: You can replace the ice cubes with two scoops of vanilla ice cream.
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