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Lactose-Free Potassium Rich Milk Recipe Great For Muscle Cramps And Fatigue

If you are lactose intolerant or simply do not use foods of animal origin, we will reveal another great alternative to cow’s milk. Now, next to, almond and milk from cannabis and coconut milk, you can try banana milk too.

Milk from bananas, in addition to being tasty, easy to prepare, is very healthy. If you didn’t know bananas are rich in potassium, vitamin B6, pectin, and most importantly fiber. Bananas are fruits that give energy and are brilliant snacks before exercising. The ingredients from the banana prevent muscle fatigue and painful cramps.

Moreover, bananas have a positive effect on digestion which is of particular benefit to those who are sensitive to lactose from cow’s milk.

And of course, we have the perfect recipe for making banana milk. Do not confuse banana smoothie and milk, because there is a big difference in the density and texture.

How To Make Banana Milk At Home

You will need the following ingredients:

  • One cup of water
  • One frozen ripe banana
  • A pinch of cinnamon
  • A pinch of Himalayan salt


First, add the frozen banana and water in a blender. Pulse until the banana starts to melt in the water. Once you’ve done that add the cinnamon and salt in the blender. Start blending until you get a liquid and smooth mixture that resembles milk. Afterward, strain the liquid through gauze to remove any small particles from the banana. You can use this milk in preparation of smoothies, oatmeal, or you can pour it into your morning coffee.


Before you freeze the bananas slice them into pieces because it will be easier for you to blend them.

This milk will spoil easily so don’t keep it for too long. It will discolor and separate very quickly, that’s why you should use it right away.

Ripe bananas are the best choice for this recipe. They will provide natural sweetness to the milk.  But if you can’t find any or you just can’t wait for the bananas to ripen you can use any natural sweetener such as honey, maple syrup, stevia, dates paste etc.

You can add vanilla extract, almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, chia or flax seeds to enrich the texture and flavor of this milk. The combinations are endless, depending on your taste.

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Reference: Banana Milk (Vegan, Dairy-Free)
How to Make Your Own Banana Milk at Home

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