It’s hard to believe this thick, creamy milkshake is low oxalate and dairy-free. My boys love to slurp down these dairy-free milkshakes, then show-off their milkshake mustaches. Banana blueberry dairy-free milkshakes make a perfect summer treat or even breakfast-on-the-go (They are to0 thick for sippy cups — add extra coconut milk or let the shake thaw a little before serving to a toddler.) I especially like to serve dairy-free milkshakes with hamburgers and butternut squash “fries” as a nostalgic reminder of my childhood (We eat our hamburgers grain-free on a bed of lettuce with a tomato slice or with Kinnikinuck Tapioca Rice Gluten-free Hamburger Buns– 8.3 mg. oxalate per bun) .
Enjoy this cool treat!
Banana Blueberry Dairy-Free Milkshakes
Put all of the ingredients into a food processor or blender and blend until smooth (if your freezer is super cold you may have to let the banana thaw 10-15 minutes before mixing in order for it to blend). Pour into two frosty mugs and enjoy!
Makes two 7-8 ounce milkshakes
Oxalate Note: Bananas are a medium oxalate fruit with 5.3 mg. oxalate per medium banana. All other ingredients are low or very low oxalate. Banana Blueberry Dairy-Free Milkshakes have about 4.5 mg. oxalate per serving.
Substitutions and Variations: You can substitute strawberries for the blueberries (raising the oxalate content to about 6 mg. per shake). You might also wish to add a couple tablespoons rice protein, egg white protein or pea protein powder. DO NOT leave out the banana — frozen bananas are what give this shake its thick, creamy texture!
Other Diets: Banana Blueberry Dairy-Free Milkshakes may also be suitable for gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, vegetarian, Paleo, GAPS, SCD and GFCF diets.
What are your favorite ways to enjoy low oxalate, dairy-free milkshakes? Let us know in the comments section below.