Banana Drink Recipe
If you lovely ladies have read my first Chester County Moms blog post a few weeks ago you will know that I am half Egyptian. I was at a friends house one day and she made this AWESOME drink. I don’t know if you would call it banana juice or banana shake but it is delicious. I wanted to share the recipe with everybody. I just can’t believe that I never heard or drank this juice before. I have lived in Egypt for a few years and have been going almost every year for most of my life and I never had it there before. My friend thought I was crazy that I never had it before because she told me its very popular in Egypt. Anyways…. here is the recipe.
1. In a blender you add three banana’s (make sure that the banana is nice and yellow because it is sweeter and then you don’t have to add too much sugar)
2. Add 3 cups of milk
3. Add sugar to your tasting
4. Blend it all together and serve right away.
It is super simple to make this drink and plus its healthy. Your making juice out of a real fruit. When I was living in Egypt I never had a juice bought from the store we always made fresh juice. My kids are always asking “mommy please make the banana drink” and I just can’t resist so I make it for them all the time now. Enjoy this amazing drink!
*This post originally appeared on Chester County Moms Blog.
Samira was born in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1986. Her father is from Egypt and her mother is from Up State New York. Growing up Samira lived most of her life here in United States but lived in Egypt for 4 years in her early teen life. Going to Egypt was a huge adjustment but one of the most amazing and enriching experience in her life. Samira’s family had really close friends that they considered family and that is when she met the love of her life. When Samira turned 19 they got married here in the United States and have two beautiful children, Adham (4 ½) and Minnah (2 ½). Now she takes them to Egypt every couple of years. Samira has been living in Chester County for the past 11 years and loves it here. Samira is a stay-at-home mom and this is where she wants to raise her kids. She enjoys Photography and learning new things about cameras. Samira would love to take Photography classes and be able to travel and take awesome pictures of different countries and their people. Samira is working on her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a concentration in Child Development (Preschool).