Vegan Banana Bread Shakes with Walnut Milk

Vegan Banana Bread Shakes with Walnut Milk

Creamy and rich vegan banana bread shakes that taste like dessert with healthy ingredients like walnuts, warming spices and cacao nibs.

An head-on shot of several banana bread shakes in slim, clear glasses on a brown paper background. Shakes are garnished with sliced banana, walnuts, and cacao nibs and finished with beige paper straws.

An overhead shot of Emily Von Euw's

How’s everyone’s new year’s resolutions so far?

I know a lot of people are trying to eat a bit differently this time of year and maybe inspiration is just kind of meh around the third week of January. The enthusiasm is starting to cool a bit. I find smoothies, juices, herbal tea, and the like really help with transitioning to a feel-good mode of living. They’re just super fresh, ready quickly, and delicious!

I think Em von Euw understands what a huge role juices, shakes, and little wholesome bites can play in personal wellness! Their newest book 100 Best Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks has so many vibrant and delicious ideas to keep anyone satisfied. Em’s passion for inspiring others to feel their best shines through these pages of inspired combinations and clever observations. That contagious enthusiasm will speak to the experienced and newbie health warriors alike.

I took their basic nut milk formula, using walnuts upon their recommendation, and I can tell you with certainty that it won’t be the last time I do that. I’ve made almond, cashew, macadamia, hemp, coconut, and brazil nut milk before, but this here is something special. As soon as I tasted that buttery and toasty milk, I knew I had to mix it with banana, cinnamon, vanilla, and cacao nibs for a creamy-sweet banana bread feel.

Emily’s ratio of nuts to water for homemade non-dairy milk makes for a richer texture, and with this shake it was so decadent, nourishing and perfect. Other things from the book I’m excited to try: the grapefruit mango immune booster, hippie hemp hummus, the herb happiness juice, and the dark chocolate chip, oat and hemp cookies.

If you like this smoothie, you’ll also love my Chocolate Banana Oat Breakfast Smoothie and my Peanut Butter Vanilla Green Shake.

4 photos showing the preparation of banana bread shakes. One with walnuts soaking in a ceramic bowl, One with the blended walnut milk in the blender, and two shots showing the banana bread shakes in slim clear glasses on a brown paper background.

An head-on shot of several banana bread shakes in slim, clear glasses on a brown paper background. Shakes are garnished with sliced banana, walnuts, and cacao nibs and finished with beige paper straws.

An overhead shot of several banana bread shakes in slim glasses on a brown paper background. Shakes are garnished with sliced banana, walnuts, and cacao nibs and finished with beige paper straws.

Vegan Banana Bread Shakes with Homemade Walnut Milk

Creamy and rich vegan banana bread shakes that taste like dessert with healthy ingredients like walnuts, warming spices and cacao nibs.

PREP TIME15 minsTOTAL TIME15 mins

Course Beverage, Breakfast, DrinksDiet Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian

Servings: 2 -4

Author: Laura Wright

Equipment

  • Blender

Ingredients

Walnut Milk

  • 1 cup raw walnuts, soaked for at least 4 hours
  • 3 cups filtered water

Banana Bread Shakes

  • 3 cups walnut milk
  • 2 cups sliced bananas, fresh or frozen
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup (optional)
  • ice (optional)
  • pinch sea salt
  • 2 tablespoons cacao nibs

Instructions

Walnut Milk

  • Drain the soaked walnuts and place them in an upright blender. Add the filtered water to the blender. Blend the mixture on high for about 2 minutes, or until you have a fluid, creamy “milk.” Strain the milk with a fine mesh strainer over a large bowl or pitcher. Push the walnut pulp in the strainer with the back of a spoon to get all of the milk out. Pour the strained milk into a sealable container and refrigerate until ready to use.
  • The milk will separate, so just shake it every time you use it. Milk keeps in the fridge for about a week.

Banana Bread Shakes

  • In an upright blender, combine the walnut milk, sliced bananas, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla powder and maple syrup (and ice, if using). Blend on high until you have a creamy and smooth mixture. Add the cacao nibs and blend for 10 seconds more–just so that you have little cacao “chips” throughout the drink.
  • Pour the banana bread shakes into glasses and garnish with toppings if you like. Serve cold.

Notes

  • Walnut milk inspired by Emily Von Euw‘s 100 Best Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks
  • You could definitely fill this out with a bit of protein powder and other superfood-y goodies to make this more breakfast-appropriate. It totally drinks like dessert 🙂

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  • Bev

    Definitely apple crumble!Reply

  • Liz S.

    The dessert I would love to see in drinkable form = Butterscotch Blondies.Reply

  • Mel

    the day someone invents a truly amazing tiramisu smoothie will be one of the greatest days of my lifeReply

  • Patty

    A dessert in smoothie form….carrot cake, for sure and certain 🙂Reply

  • Dana

    chocolate chip cookies (in a vegan drinkable form!)Reply

  • Debbie G

    Liquid peanut butter cheesecake of course!!!Reply

  • Lucy

    Tiramisu pleaseReply

  • Dina C

    I’d love tiramisu in drinkable form. Chocolate chip cookie would be good too!Reply

  • mardi

    i would like a refreshing key lime pie in drinkable form…a little tart and a little sweet.Reply

  • Tuulia

    Aaahh, it looks so pretty and yummy, love your photos Laura. I’ve also been making all kinds of nut milks for a while, but have never tried to make it with walnut. Now I’m definitely adding it to my to-do list, thanks for inspiration 🙂Reply

  • Laryssa

    White chocolate chunk cookie dough omg.Reply

  • Jodie

    Would love to see a tiramisu.Reply

  • Nicole

    Peanut butter blondies would make a great smoothie!Reply

  • Sandra Lea

    I’m a big fan of rice pudding for dessert, that would be doable I think.Reply

  • Liesel

    A Key Lime pie smoothie sounds pretty good to me… tart and creamy at the same time.Reply

  • Melissa

    mint chocolate chip brownies… yum 😉Reply

  • Anna Lee

    Rhubarb and strawberry tart… or black forest gateau…sweet and sour please!Reply

  • Shoshana

    I would love to try a carrot cake smoothie!Reply

  • karen

    I always loved the pumpkin pie frosty at dairy queen and now that I have given up dairy and processed foods I really miss that taste.Reply

  • Kris

    a baklava smoothie!

    My family uses walnuts to fill the phyllo, so I’d imagine walnut milk would work nicely in a baklava smoothie.Reply

  • Lindsey | Mabel & the Wooden Spoon

    I love your “resolution.” And I’m pretty excited to try out that app. Also…This shake! Walnut milk is incredible — have you tried making pecan milk? Divine, I tell you. Absolutely divine.

    A vegan version of french silk pie would be tops.Reply

  • Melanie

    Oh this sounds delicious! I’d love a drinkable carrot cake 🙂 and I think this walnut milk would go great in that. Can’t wait to give this a go!Reply

  • Marsha A.

    Gingerbread pumpkin trifle. Yum!Reply

  • Cindy

    Carrot Cake (WITH frosting…frosting is key!)Reply

  • Janet

    Chocolate chip cookies! Love my vitamix.Reply

  • KL

    raspberriesReply

  • Branka

    Back forest cheesecake. Yum!!Reply

  • Jan Griese

    Cherry cheesecake would be delish!Reply

  • Laura W.

    Black forest cake, absolutely.Reply

  • Margeau

    Wow! You’re photography really is inspiring me to go make this shake for breakfast! How about a red velvet cake smoothie? I would love to try making a quick fix velvet cake for vegans! Thanks for your delicious recipes.Reply

  • Christina coghill

    Chocolate lava cake would be awesome in a drinkable smoothieReply

  • Kimberly

    I’d love to see birthday cake! Yum!!Reply

  • Gina Guthrie

    carrot cake. yumReply

  • Glenda Alexander

    I would like to try a carrot cake smoothie.Reply

  • Lindsay

    blueberry pieReply

  • valentina | sweet kabocha

    These photos are so warming and your kitchen seems so cozy in them ^_^ Btw, the shake is perfect for those gloomy mornings – oh yes, I live in Italy but we have a lot of them!Reply

  • Julie

    Would love serious business pineapple upside cake – maybe with a few toasted pecans on top? Mmmmmmm.Reply

  • Aimee @ Simple Bites

    Banana cream pie. MMM. With whipped cream, of course.Reply

  • Claire Green

    the first dessert that jumped into my mind was carrot cake……I make my carrot cake with pineapple which would be deliciousReply

  • suzanne

    strawberry shortcake! in the 70’s I made strawberry milk for my toddler with fresh raw milk,a sprinkle of wheat germ our organic strawberries & our own honey. no vitamix then but it was still heavenly. would like a vegan/gluten free one right now-maybe hemp or bee pollen for the wheat germ.Reply

  • Ginny B.

    Oooooo, yummy key lime pie!Reply

  • Mardi

    Almond Joy or blueberry pie… Ooh, or chocolate peanut butter brownie…Reply

  • Andrea

    My favorite oatmeal date cookies. Two thin wafery oatmeal cookies with date filling. This topic is good day dreaming material for the rest of the morning… Thanks 🙂Reply

  • elle

    Wow…I wouldn’t have thought of German Chocolate cake. Sounds amazing! But until then, Banana Bread will have to do!! hahaReply

  • Amanda

    I am a huge fan of strawberry rhubarb pie! I really enjoy your thoughtful blog. Your writing is unique.Reply

  • Emily Love

    definitely a Reesee’s!Reply

  • Emily

    Black forest cake for sure – chocolate and cherries are a smoothie goldmine!Reply

  • Jackie

    Carrot Cake smoothie?? Not a big dessert fan, but I do love carrot cake every once in a great while!Reply

  • Maria

    Cherry pie would be my first choice! 😉Reply

  • Megan Bridges

    How about chocolate peanut butter oatmeal cookies!? Yum!Reply

  • Asha

    Mmm a toss-up between apple pie and carrot cake. YumReply

  • Allegra Young

    I’m a sucker for carrot cake! Would love a carrot cake smoothie with a coconut “cream cheese” topping. I feel like we could get creative there!Reply

  • Laura

    S’mores!! 🙂Reply

  • Jill M

    i don’t know how good it would be but I would love a drinkable butter tart!Reply

  • allison

    this sounds delicious, especially with the walnut milk, I have been a fan of This Rawsome Vegan Life for about 3 years, since I found it, in addition to Emily’s fabulous sweets she makes some awesome savory dishes as well, I love her salad dressings too. I’m in the mood for a blueberry pie smoothie, with some coconut whip cream or coconut vanilla ice cream, dried coconut flakes…Reply

  • Heidi

    A smoothie dessert delight i’d love to make sometime would be inspired from a pear crumble. :Reply

  • Shaun

    I would like to see “turtles” in drink form – pecans, caramel and chocolate!Reply

  • ali

    mmmmmmmm…… hot fudge sundae with coffee almond ice cream 🙂Reply

  • Ada

    My two favorite desserts: Key Lime Pie and Carrot Cake! That would be delicious in a smoothie form <3Reply

  • Rachel

    Spiced perssimon!Reply

  • Tea

    Raspberry S’mores!Reply

  • Monika

    Mint brownies! Or mint chip ice cream. 🙂Reply

  • Madeleine Pasquariello

    I would love to see either some kind of apple pie smoothie, or a tiramisu smoothie! 🙂Reply

  • Kerianne

    this looks delicious! Tiramisu would be so good in drink form!Reply

  • Gail

    Yummmm…triple berry pie!Reply

  • myriam / rhubarb! rhubarb! rhubarb!

    oooh… apple pie in drink form!Reply

  • Ross Delomel

    A Gingerbread Shake would be PHENOMENAL with walnut or almond milk. Yes, I’m still on a Gingerbread kick from the holidays, haha!Reply

  • Muriel

    Well also banana bread, but a close second choice would probably be pumpkin pie! Thanks!Reply

  • Alexandra

    I would love to see a decadent creme brulee in shake form – which I’m sure could be done, with some tinkering from a delicious vanilla shake recipe. I just don’t have the patience to do it myself. 🙂Reply

  • Hannah R.

    gorgeous photos!
    hmm, I’d love to see tiramisu in smoothie form 🙂Reply

  • Lane | Green Spirit Adventures

    This looks incredible! I adore Emily’s blog and her endlessly creative ideas. And your photography is gorgeous, as always! 🙂 Dessert in drink form… hmmm, carrot cake would be pretty amazing. And anything chocolate-y/minty as well.Reply

  • Yoojin

    hmm… i’m wanting a blueberry cheesecake in drinkable form right now 🙂Reply

  • Beth E.

    Probably either a chocolate chip cookie or a dark chocolate peanut butter cup!Reply

  • Bianca @ Sweet Dreaming

    chocolate peanut butter 🙂Reply

  • Colleen

    This looks so delicious! I’d love to see carrot cake in liquid form – I bet it wouldn’t even be that hard!Reply

  • Valerie

    Good Morning…I *love* Vegan Brownies….so….maybe that fab. dessert! Thanks for the excellent giveaway! Cheers, Valerie.Reply

  • Andrea

    Cinnamon fig bar!!Reply

  • Barbara Voss

    Would love to experience a drinkable carrot/applesauce/banana cake with cream cheese frosting– my favorite!Reply

  • Carey

    Ooooh, this is a fun question! I’m going to say it’s a tie between oreo cheesecake and apple crisp.Reply

  • Lauren

    Thin Mint-inspired smoothie, all the way!Reply

  • Abby

    Okay… these photos are perfection, Laura! So, so lovely.

    As for a dessert I’d like to see in drinkable form… peanut butter cups. ooh, or maybe white chocolate peanut butter cups? yesssss.Reply

  • Sarahh

    My mind ran to strawberry cheesecake… must be thinking of my days eating blizzards from the DQ.Reply

  • Alaina

    Carrot Cake!Reply

  • Courtney

    First off, I always love the vibe of your photos. Everything is so beautiful, bathed in natural light and shadows. I’m pretty sure I was hooked at the mention of walnut milk, but then you went and made a banana bread shake! Definitely going to try this as soon as possible. As for what dessert I would love to see in drinkable form…I think I’m going to go with pumpkin pie or hell, maybe even apple pie 🙂Reply

  • Danielle Sauers

    I’d love anything Creme Brulee flavored in drinkable form!Reply

  • Tessa | Natural Comfort Kitchen

    Cheesecake or creme brulee smoothie all the way! And I’m pretty sure I say this every time I comment, but your photos are so dang beautiful and inspiring.Reply

  • Marlee

    Drinkable dessert….
    Fudgy brownies please!Reply

  • cynthia

    OMG this is speaking to me. Your photos are seriously mindblowing and banana bread in a SHAKE?! Yes, please. Just beautiful, Laura!Reply

  • Claire T

    Not sure how this would work but… pecan pie! Or oatmeal raisin cookies.Reply

  • Suzan

    I would like to drink a baklava smoothie! 🙂Reply

  • Nayanna Holley

    Though Patty’s carrot cake idea sounds delish, I think I could actually faint if Sticky Toffee Pudding was made into a shake. All that caramel-y, ginger-y, goodness coming rapidly to me up a straw! Heaven!!Reply

  • Julie

    I adore carrot cake!I adore your posts and lovely photography and have learned so much from you! ThanksReply

  • Serena

    Ummmmm, and thick and cold, coconut cream pie!!Reply

  • RJ

    I’d love a tiramisu! –healthy version, of course.Reply

  • Joelle

    For me, it’s a tie between apple pie and carrot cake – both of which I have made (and make fairly regularly) in smoothie form!Reply

  • Melissa

    Sticky toffee pudding, please!Reply

  • Dani

    I would love turtles chocolates in raw-shake form. They are one of greatest guilty pleasures!!Reply

  • Anne

    With the walnut milk I would love a lemon bar flavorReply

  • Lee Ann Kinzer

    Bananas Foster — without the flaming, of course!Reply

  • leslie

    For sure I would love a straight up cinnamon shake.Reply

  • J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

    Walnut milk! Yessss. I want to try to make a buckwheat walnut milk for this…Reply

  • Lauren E

    I would love, love, love to have a plum and fig tart in drinkable form. Yum!Reply

  • Jen

    Drinkable Oatmeal Scotchies, please!Reply

  • Josianne Assignon

    To be totally indulgent… I think a pancake with a chocolate filling and some strawberries in the form of a smoothie would be quite the treat! 🙂Reply

  • Michelle @ Hummingbird High

    LAURA! These shakes are everything I want! <3 <3 <3Reply

  • Kittee Bee

    Strawberry Cream Cheese Pie!Reply

  • Jennifer Chorazy

    Oh yum!!! Going to make this ASAP!!!
    I would love to try a drink version of red velvet cake. The slight hint of cocoa and richness of the cream cheese frosting would knock anyone’s socks off!Reply

  • Sammy

    How about a sugar cookie shake? That would be so yummmm…Reply

  • Sara

    Lemon meringue pie, fo shizzle. That would be the best. Multi-season. Refreshing in the warmer months and brightening with some citrus sunshine in the colder months.Reply

  • Maggie Pitts

    Salted Butter Caramel Ice Cream!
    [Also: can’t wait to try walnut milk + this shake!]

    I’m also going to second any comments that suggest anything cheesecakey.Reply

  • Jennifer

    Salted caramel anything!Reply

  • Victoria

    Healthy oreos?? Is it possible??!?Reply

  • Sophie

    Drinkable gingerbread… hubba hubba…Reply

  • Rebecca

    I’d love to see tiramisu in drink form or Derby Pie!!!Reply

  • Sarah

    Tiramisu! Yum!Reply

  • Emily

    Love the flavor combo going on here! And garnished so beautifully too. When summertime comes, I want a peaches n cream pie smoothie. 🙂Reply

  • Georgia

    Red Velvet Cake would be divine!Reply

  • Perel

    I’d love to taste a gooey chocolate fudge smoothie!Reply

  • Chris T

    I would love to drink double chocolate brownies everyday!Reply

  • MBridges

    Peach cobbler for sure!!Reply

  • Tasha

    speculoos eclairs!Reply

  • Kimberly/TheLittlePlantation

    OMG these shakes look amazing! I want a copy of the book. I loved her first book and by the looks of this recipe her second book will be amazing too.Reply

  • Julia

    oh mama, i am SOOOO making this for my lunch date with a gal pal on monday. (if i can wait that long?! walnut milk!! say WHHAAATTT) dessert: tiramisu would be genius, ’cause you would make it healthy + cool.Reply

  • –anu

    I just made a dutch baby the other day, I think the flavor would be lovely as a smoothie though I can’t even begin to imagine how to make it 🙂Reply

  • Jessica J

    Red Velvet Cake!! without the food coloring of courseReply

  • Katherine Call-Morin

    I think a shake would lend itself well to my favorite glazed kiwi and grape tart in ground almond crust.Reply

  • Shannon

    Key lime pie smoothies would be dangerously delicious!Reply

  • Lauren

    I’m currently obsessed with the chocolate macaroons from Whole Foods. We used to call them chocolate haystacks because they are made primarily of coconut. They’d make a great smoothy flavour.Reply

  • Michelle

    I would love to see smores in a smoothie!Reply

  • Liz K.

    Mint ice cream sandwiches! I’m going to distract myself with a loose-leaf tea now.Reply

  • Cori

    hummingbird cake! Or…lemon barsReply

  • Mary

    I would LOVE to see a vegan strawberry Cheesecake in drinkable form!! (my favorite vegan crust is made with pecans, almonds and dates…sprinkled on top would be yummy!)Reply

  • Sue

    I’d love to try a liquid lemon bar!Reply

  • Karlie

    Pineapple upside down cake smoothie!Reply

  • stacey s

    Can’t agree more with all the other Tiramisu lovers!Reply

  • michelle

    How about your dark chocolate and fig cinnamon rolls in drinkable form? Or maybe a slurpable sugar plum……Reply

  • Rachel

    Honestly, I’m not a huge fan of the ‘dessert as a smoothie’ concept – that said this recipes looks like it could win me over!

    I love, love, love lemon desserts so I think it would be awesome to try a lemon bar smoothie – tart, sweet and refreshing!Reply

  • Emily von Euw

    Ah, you da bomb. Gorgeous recipe + photos as usual. This post made me smile. Thanks so much, Laura <3Reply

  • Heather Lee

    oh, girl. my sweet tooth can be seduced in any consistency for sure. my pick would be a blackberry-peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream on top, in all of its tart, creamy, cinnamonny, vanilla-ey, glory.Reply

  • Sylvie Morgan Brown

    RAINBOW COOKIES!Reply

  • jaime

    oh gosh, i’d love to hear more people talking about healthy eating and healthy ideas about gender and identity and other important things. why do these types of things seem to swim in such isolated currents?

    i’m so into drinkable desserts. i used to make a banana bread smoothie with butter. now i’d probably use a teeny bit of refined coconut oil + salt in its place, but i like the touch of silky fat and tenderness it gives to the smoothie to make it really feel like dessert. the walnut milk sounds incredible, too. i like using flaxseed in my dessert/bready-inspired smoothies for its grainy taste. i used to do a blueberry maple pancake smoothie, too. ahh. i could smoothe for the rest of my life forever. i really want to invest in a high powered blender, too.

    i think i’d want to see something totally decadent like a double chocolate brownie smoothie. it seems challenging because there are so many distinctive elements to the brownie taste — the crunchy caramelization on the corner pieces, the warm, creamy, definitely not raw chocolate flavor, and the slight bitterness from chocolate cut with the richness of fat.

    another dessert i’d totally love to see smoothinated is cheesecake. the tang! oh, the tang. the dense creamy sweetness. oh god! would it be disgusting to put gluten-free graham crackers or pretzels in a smoothie? i think i’d try it.Reply

  • Gloria

    Someone already mentioned some form of Pumpkin Pie. But that would be delectable. If I were to choose a second.. Maybe a Pecan Pie smoothie? Yum.

    Kay bye, gotta go not eat either of those things.Reply

  • Daniela Uribe

    Carrot Cake! Yum!Reply

  • Akshaya

    TIRAMISU !!! Ofcourse 🙂Reply

  • Annie

    I would love to have the shake form of cannoli ? or anything with figsReply

  • Mickie

    Dark chocolate and cheesecake brownie shake!Reply

  • Abby

    I’ve love a big glass of french silk pie.Reply

  • Emily

    Chocolate peanut butter cheesecake!Reply

  • Kim

    Doubletree Hotel cookies! Chocolate chips, walnuts, cinnamon, and oatmeal. Yum!Reply

  • Missy LeDuc

    A crazy yum shake to me would be an apricot almond with vanilla bean paste and possibly cardamon? Worth a try at least!Reply

  • Kim Henrichs

    I would love a drinkable tiramisu!Reply

  • Marisa

    Vanilla Bean Cheesecake would be a delicious smoothie!Reply

  • Michele

    Apple pie? I want to go home & make walnut milk now too.Reply

  • Becca F

    I think tiramisu would be great!Reply

  • Cheryl

    Carrot cake smoothie sounds delish! I so enjoy everything about your blog, the photography, your writing and food/life philosophy and every recipe I’ve tried has been a hit! Thank you.Reply

  • Sonia

    I really love smoothies with parsley. It makes them smell so wonderful. Green smoothies are the best!Reply

  • Thia

    Hey, Laura.
    Yummy banana bread shake!

    Let’s see…a liquid form of a favorite dessert…
    I’d love to come up with a version of an old Martha Stewart recipe…It’s a honey and pinenut tart, with a shortbread crust. I adore pinenuts!!!

    thanks for the giveaway opportunity…always fun!Reply

  • sarah

    almond joy!Reply

  • Chris

    Pineapple upside down cake!!Reply

  • Maggie @ Veg Fiend

    I would say Black Forest Cake, which I already make and is actually one of my favorites smoothies. Other than that, anything else mind-blowingly chocolatey!Reply

  • Rachel B

    Drinkable apple pie, please! My dream!Reply

  • Tricia

    I would love a mint brownie in drinkable form!Reply

  • Jill

    I’ve been missing the flavors of home, so I’d love a drinkable Tres Leches Cake!Reply

  • Robin

    I would love a pistachio burfi smoothie!!Reply

  • tori brannigan

    I would love a shake that taste like those peanutbutter cookies that are shaped like peanuts 🙂Reply

  • Laura Lungstrom

    How about chocolate,pistachio and marzipan–like a Mozart truffle.Reply

  • Christina

    I would love to see strawberry shortcake in a healthy, drinkable form- filled with healthy fats and vitamin C!Reply

  • Trish

    Oh man….. definitely strawberry shortcake. My favorite!
    Fingers crossed!Reply

  • Katie

    Best dessert in drinkable form is Carrot Cake. No question about it. Second may be a pumpkin brownie, or perhaps tiramisu. But Carrot Cake wins hands down!Reply

  • Suzanne Johnson

    Peach cobbler with vanilla ice cream flavored smoothie!Reply

  • genevieve @ gratitude & greens

    Banana bread in liquid form sounds like heaven. Can’t wait to make some in my own kitchen! Gorgeous photos, as always!Reply

  • Karolina

    lemon meringue pieReply

  • kelli

    peanut butter cupsReply

  • Ariela

    Tough decision…but, I’d have to go with oatmeal raisin cookies!Reply

  • Clare W

    Nanaimo bar! But how…?Reply

  • Val

    Carrot cake would be delicious!! I’ll definitely be trying this smoothie — banana bread is a fav too.Reply

  • Meghan

    “Anyone that mentions a Vitamix and gender equality in the same breath gets endless high fives from me” may be the best thing I’ve read all year, if not ever. Also, as a long-term daily yogini, I am in LOVE with the Headspace app.

    Anyway, this smoothie looks incredible. I love the addition of walnut milk! And I’m thinking a black forest gâteau smoothie would be pretty sweet.Reply

  • Jan Scholl

    This is so not fair! I don’t like anything sweet!! So I can’t remember the last time I actually ate a dessert. Can we make a carrot cake without the frosting? and without sugar? So maybe just a carrot something. I know, I am pathetic. I don’t even like chocolate.Reply

  • Lee Anne

    Sticky toffee pudding shake oh myyyy! 🙂Reply

  • Emily DeFelice

    Hmmmm it would have to be Eton mess, a concoction of juicy strawberries, cream(this could be the inventive bit, cashew would work)and vegan meringue. Nom nom.Reply

  • Victoria

    Tiramisu sounds good.Reply

  • Susan Morrison

    My very first thought was key lime pie. I’m going to stick with it!Reply

  • Marie-Hélène

    Mmm, this drink looks so good!

    A baklava in a drinkable form would be THE BEST THING EVER I think <3Reply

  • Ayan

    A lemon and lavender scone!Reply

  • Susan Skewes

    Tiramisu in a drinkable smoothie!Reply

  • Sarah

    Tiramisu, please! (And can it be vegan?)Reply

  • Jean

    Coffee cake would be great as a smoothie.Reply

  • Jessie Snyder | Faring Well

    These shakes are glowing!! Insanely gorgeous. Plus this book sounds wonderful. I’d have to say I would love to drink a s’more!! (favorite dessert of all-time)Reply

  • Leigha @ The Yooper Girl

    I want Emily’s book so bad!! This shake sounds amazing. I made something similar this morning, just added a lil’ peanut butter 🙂Reply

  • Kristina N.

    Some of my favorite desserts might seem a bit odd in drinkable form, but the one that immediately came to mind to try is carrot cake!Reply

  • Martine

    Gingerbread!Reply

  • Lauren P.

    Hi 🙂 I would love to see Strawberry Shortcake in juice form. Mmm <3Reply

  • Anise Thorogood

    Dessert for breakfast?! This pregnant lady is in!Reply

  • Natalia M

    Hazelnut chocolate tart!Reply

  • Brian @ Kitchen Domination

    These look tasty, and your post provides a great foundation for creating all kinds of goodness in liquid form. As far as what dessert I’d like to see in drinkable form, I can’t think of anything more appealing than a good peanut butter cookie smoothie. I’m thinking maybe take your recipe, then replace the walnut milk with almond milk and the maple syrup with peanut butter.Reply

  • Sylvie

    key lime pie, or a passion fruit cake!Reply

  • Tori

    I think a Hazelnut Torta. So basically, it would taste like liquid Nutella!Reply

  • Ellen

    Carrot cake forsure!Reply

  • Brianna Pattyn

    My mom made the most fantastic lemon squares and Black Forest cake. I don’t think I could choose one over the other but I would be pleased to have either of those in liquid form!!!Reply

    • Julia Graham

      Oh my gosh Brianna! Either of those would be sooo good in smoothie!! xxReply

  • Elizabeth

    Cherry pie!Reply

  • Alexandra

    Yum! This looks so good. I need to get a better blender. After some thought, I think a lemon vanilla cake in liquid form would be awesome.Reply

  • Trisha

    I’d love a carrot cake, or angel food cake smoothie!Reply

  • Phoebe

    if your salted coconut caramel fudge brownies could be made into a smoothie, and i can pretend it’s all part of this complete breakfast, the world will be a better place.Reply

  • Jessie

    French Macarons!!!!!Reply

  • Anna

    pavlova pleaseReply

  • Monika J

    Sounds awesome! I made the walnut milk. Smoothies for breakfast tomorrow!Reply

  • Becky M

    creme brulee!Reply

  • Tammra

    My fave, Coconut pie!Reply

  • Aaron D.

    S’mores!Reply

  • cel

    caramel rolo!Reply

  • Mary

    coconut macaroons dipped in dark chocolateReply

  • marie-eve

    JUST MADE IT! the whole family loved it!!!Reply

  • Cindy Karnitz

    My favorite dessert of all time is asian mango sticky rice. That combination of mango, jasmine rice and coconut milk would be amazing …Reply

  • jeanne

    I’m with you on the banana bread, love it!Reply

  • Abby

    Carrot cake might be good, but chocolate chip cookie would be my first option. If any beverage of mine were to taste like a milkshake but also be healthy, I would be happy.Reply

  • Tina

    Not sure what I would do without my vitamix! Would love to have a drinkable sticky toffee pudding 🙂Reply

  • Tamara

    Strawberry rhubarb pieReply

  • Allison

    Pie is my dessert weakness. Banana cream pie in smoothie form would be pretty amazing.Reply

  • Christine

    key lime pie would be delicious!Reply

  • beth

    I’d love to see a vegan funfetti vanilla cake shake! (One that doesn’t use cashews – I’m allergic!) Thanks for the giveaway opportunity 🙂Reply

  • Kate

    I’m craving apple pie!Reply

  • Phanie Pack

    God, I love it when I find a new recipe which i have all the ingredients for! Going to soak walnuts overnight and make tomorrow morning for me and my fam!

    What a fantastic book! I can honestly say that a fresh strawberry rhubarb ice cream smoothie would hit the spot right about now. It was a summer special a local ice cream shop Earnest Ice Cream and it was the last time they made it for the season. I’ve been in painful withdrawl ever since.Reply

  • jane

    I think it would be interesting to drink a cherry cheese cake.Yum!!Reply

  • Payal

    Chocolate chip coffe icecream. I could probably just let it melt.Reply

  • Lynette

    Butterscotch pudding!Reply

  • Rebecca

    Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie!Reply

  • Hannah

    Ooooh definitely tiramisu…or anything involving graham cracker crust goodness.Reply

  • Elizabeth

    I’d love to have an apple pie smoothie!Reply

  • Jaz

    Baked apple with all the fixings: dried fruit, nuts, spices and possibly some ice cream to top it off!Reply

  • Mary Ann

    German Chocolate Cake for sure!Reply

  • Christina

    Key lime pie in smoothie form would be amazing! Something sweet, sour and with a little tang (maybe with cashews added in, too?)!Reply

  • marie

    Cheesecake!Reply

  • Laura

    I would want to see blackberry poundcake turned into s smoothie!Reply

  • jessica z

    I would love bananas foster or creme brûlée in drinkable formReply

  • Tess Bundy

    I would love to see either carrot cake or a chocolate flourless cake in liquid form!Reply

  • Jade Sheldon-Burnsed

    Give me coffee cake in drinkable form!Reply

  • Rebecca

    I want drinkable Nutella!!Reply

  • Jenifer Smith

    How about Banana Foster drink:)Reply

  • Ashley

    I would love to see chocolate chip cookies (my all time favorite sweet treats!) Thanks so much for the giveaway!Reply

  • hilary

    Lemon sponge cake! Or zucchini bread/cakeReply

  • Becca

    A key lime pie smoothie would be a dream come true!Reply

  • katie boyd

    First thought was tiramisu…that has many votes already, so i will have to go for baked alaska. Mostly because i think the process of creating it would be fun.Reply

  • Jess

    Chocolate chip cookies!!!Reply

  • Brian @ A Thought For Food

    Oh my gosh… I just don’t even make NY resolutions anymore. Why put that on myself? I’m not going to listen. Drink less? Eat better? What’s that?

    This is one awesome sounding shake. I love banana bread and could totally see those flavors in a shake. I’d go with the cheesecake smoothie as well. That just sounds so darn good.Reply

  • Lynette

    Lemon meringue pie would be my choice for drinkable dessert. Looking forward to drinking some banana bread soon, the recipe looks great!Reply

  • Melissa

    Baklava would be fabulous!Reply

  • Jane

    I would love to drink pecan pie, chocolate chip cookies, gingerbread, or anything chocolate. But this banana bread is a must try too!Reply

  • Ursula

    I’d have to say key lime pie!Reply

  • Lynda

    How about a simple but oh-so-yummylicious ‘dark chocolate truffle’ smoothie?Reply

  • CL

    I’d love a drinkable pavlova! xReply

  • thefolia

    Yummy, I would have loved to have been there to help down this shake. I would never refuse a chocolate chai tea treat in a shake. Cheers!Reply

  • rachel

    French Macarons! Or lemon meringue pie!Reply

  • Millie l Add A Little

    This looks incredible!! SO tasty!Reply

  • Kim Bucke

    Black forest Cake! I make on every year from scratch. Just once. A lot of work. But, how awesome would it be to whip a single serving up in my Vita-mix!

    KReply

  • Amy

    definitely some sort of raspberry coconut crumble!!Reply

  • Jackie

    I would love to have chocolate mint pie made into a drink! I absolutely love anything that is chocolate with a hint of mint.Reply

  • Isadora

    I never really made any resolutions either. If you don’t make them then you can’t break them, right?! I am now thinking I need to make a resolution to drink more smoothies though, because I don’t drink nearly enough! This banana bread shake sounds like the perfect way for me to start 🙂Reply

  • Teresa

    ooh something like Almond Cake/Marzipan in smoothie form please!!Reply

  • Rachel

    Yum! I will definitely be making this with the cashews I currently have soaking for milk!

    I would love to drink a liquified carrot cake, I love the idea of creamy nut milk with tasty spices.Reply

  • valerie sobus

    absolutely beautiful photographs! so lovely to look at. and i would say red velvet cake 🙂Reply

  • Sofia // From the Land we Live on

    Hmmm..maybe some tiramisu in drinkable form? Loving your photos more than ever on this post!Reply

  • Sondi

    Chocolate chip muffins!Reply

  • Andreas N

    Chocolate Chip Cookies in drinkable form! My brain and stomach would explode all in once!Reply

  • Jenn

    Snickerdoodle!Reply

  • Carla

    Gingersnaps, Snickers or something dark and fudgy!Reply

  • kimberly joy trathen

    i’d love to see a chocolate chip ice cream cookie sandwich in drinkable form!Reply

  • Carter

    Would a sweet southern cornbread smoothie be weird? Probably. But it would probably also be delicious.Reply

  • amalia

    Linzetorte! Delicious raspberry and hazelnut goodness.Reply

  • Annik

    Apple pie!Reply

  • Annik

    Chocolate browniesReply

  • Jenalle

    Lemon meringue pie! I’m imagining a tart smoothie with a whipped but creamy texture. Like lemons and cream. And an almond streusel on top for some crunch. Spoon vs. straw.Reply

  • Beth R.

    Hmmm…That’s a tough one…Maybe Italian cream wedding cake? Or samoa cookie? Or brownie…Reply

  • Ally

    Pecan pie or gingerbread for sureReply

  • Grace

    Lemon Meringue Pie would be AWEsome as a smoothie!Reply

  • Linzy

    If I had to pick one dessert to have in vegan drink form, it would be maple chestnut cake. It’s not super popular, but it tastes like rich, nutty, dense pancakes. Topped with some roasted pears and maple cream, I really can’t control myself.Reply

  • john c.

    What a great recipe! I would enjoy chocolate cream pie in a drinkable form.Reply

  • Judith

    Carrot cake sounds delicious!Reply

  • Sara

    I really, really , really would like to be able to drink a healthy version of carrot cake. Favourite cake since I was little!Reply

  • Marta

    vegan brownie smoothie!just for chocoholics, topped with banana, nuts or… MORE CHOCOLATE OMNOMNOMNOM 😀Reply

  • Jeanette

    Grasshopper cookies!Reply

  • Dan N

    I love French macarons, and my most favorite flavor is a honey lavender!! That would be an amazing smoothie let me tell ya!!Reply

  • Leah

    Lemon meringue!Reply

  • Cynthia

    I would LOVE to try carrot cake or lemon meringue pie in shake form!Reply

  • Jenn

    I’d love a drinkable form of a twix bar, yum!Reply

  • Nikki N

    I would love to drink red velvet cake or carrot cake!Reply

  • Katherine

    Chocolate-mint chip ice cream or after eight chocolates!Reply

  • lynsey | lynseylovesfood

    I should also mention that it has been a week since I read this post and I have thought about this smoothie every single day now. xoReply

  • Mare

    Pumpkin Cheesecake with a gingersnap crust would be lovely!Reply

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