Did I really use ‘peanut flour’ and ‘milkshake’ in the same recipe title? Yes, why yes, I did. And before you scoff at it, give it a try because it is incredibly tasty. Not only do I think so, Jonny does, too. I’m quite certain he doesn’t know I put peanut flour in it, and he’ll only know now if he actually reads this post (instead of just looking at the pictures!). Nevermind that. The milkshake was everything anyone would want in a milkshake: thick, creamy, and delicious.
Peanut Flour Banana Milkshake
~makes 2 servings
- 1 frozen banana
- 1/4 cup peanut flour
- 1/2 cup cottage cheese
- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
Not too sweet, and perfectly peanut-buttery-banana-y. Reason why I’ve been obsessed with peanut flour lately (like my bomb diggity peanut flour pancake): the nutritional stats.
That’s right. A fourth of a cup packs 110 calories, 4 grams of fiber, and 16 grams of protein! I’ve been combining this stuff with everything lately, so there’s bound to be more peanut flour recipes on the blog soon. Seriously, get yourself some. I ordered mine from iHerb and you can use this coupon code (VAJ523) to save some dough.
Also, I’ve gotten tons of e-mails, comments, messages, tweets, and Instagram questions (follow me – ItzLinz!) asking where I got one of my favorite headbands.
Yes, I wore it both this past weekend and yesterday to school. Anyway, this is the headband that my mom bought for me during the summer. Since itz been such a hit, I thought I’d be kind and share the love. Itz the: Cara ‘Crochet Cutout Flower’ Head Wrap – available at Nordstrom. It comes in a few different colors, but pink is obviously my fav.
Have you used peanut flour before? Favorite recipe? Are you a headband fan?