Bananas Foster Milkshake Recipe

Bananas Foster Milkshake recipe, if you love your flambe bananas foster desert you are going to love the same version but in a thick and rich milkshake! Flames and all!
Hola Amigos! You all know how much I am in love with chocolate, but I think I've just found the second best thing in life (well at least for this week). Bananas Foster!!! Oh goodness...that is the most decadent dessert not involved with chocolate in the planet...just think about it...buttery, fruity sweet, cinnamony spiced and spiked??? Oh Mama!!! lol...Well you know me...it had to be taken to the next level on  a milkshake!
This was fun to make but even tastier to drink! It has all the components of the bananas foster you love! Even the flaming part believe it or not! Banana Rum, Brown Sugar, Tumeric among other goodies!
I love mine topped with a few banana chips and sprinkle some extra sugar on top, and let's not forget cinnamon sugar in the rim of your cup just to give it that extra sparkle!

Bananas Foster Milkshake recipe, this is a thick rich milkshake with all the components of your favorite desert, flames and all! If you like your dessert you are going to love this milkshake!
Too good to have just one I tell you guys, but we better because it's rich, like your triple thick 'restaurant" milkshake, only way better! 
Thank You so much for your visit today, before I forget you can make this kid friendly by skipping the ingredient that makes the bananas "flame"! It will still be delicious! Remember everything tastes better with your imagination and a Pinch of Love!

Bananas Foster Milkshake
2 Ripe Bananas
4 Tablespoons of Butter
1/4 Cup Brown Sugar
1 shot Banana Rum or any Rum you have
1 TBSP Lemon Juice
Pinch of Cinnamon
Pinch of Tumeric
1/2 Milk
1 Pint Vanilla Ice Cream
1 tsps Vanilla Butter
Cinnamon Sugar for garnish
Banana Chips for garnish
In a large skillet melt butter and sugar in low-medium heat to avoid burning, stir.
Add the bananas ( I prefer to add them  cut). Cook them for about 4 minutes. 
Very carefully add the rum and with a long match or lighter flambe your banana mix. ***Very important, make sure the vents of the stove are off while you do this, since the flames might shoot. 
Let the flame die down.
Add lemon juice, cinnamon and tumeric, cook for another 2-4 minutes.
Let it cool at room temperature and add to your blender with the milk and ice cream. Blend until smooth and enjoy!

Prep Time: 8 minutes     Cook Time: 8 Minutes     Serves 4 (4oz) Glasses

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  1. I'd be lying if I didn't say this looks GORGEOUS!!

  2. I am a sucker for a great milkshake recipe. This looks great!

  3. G'day! Used to love bananas foster as a dessert, true!
    I never knew it could make into a milkshake!!! YUM too!
    Cheers! Joanne

  4. Oh, boy! This sure looks tasty, Lizbeth! You make the best milkshakes! I'd love for you to link this and any others up to our All Things Thursday Blog Hop going on right now. I hope to see you there!

  5. I'm getting thirsty just reading your Post! =D
    Sounds delicious!! I love anything that has Bananas in it!

  6. Hmm, vanilla butter sounds great. I am not familiar with it, but I plan on checking it out. Thanks as always for being a loyal linking bloggy friend with Inspiration in Progress.

  7. Yummy! This sounds delicious!! Thanks for sharing the recipe and linking up to Thrifty Thursday!

  8. I just love your pictures!!!! Visiting from Foodie Friday.
    ~Stacy @ Stacy Makes Cents

  9. This looks so good~ You come up with the best milkshakes, smoothies, and everything in between:) Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines

  10. Seriously, you're making me hungry tonight with all of these amazing recipes :) So glad you linked up to The Weekend re-Treat on The Best Blog Recipes!

    Wanted to stop by and pin while I was here tonight :)


  11. Adorable presentation! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #24!

    ~Amber @ Dessert Now, Dinner Later!

  12. Bananas Foster is about the only way I'll eat a banana! I've never seen it in milkshake form though--very creative (as always!).
    Thank you for sharing with See Ya in the Gumbo this week.

  13. Congratulations…this post was featured on Create It Thursday #14! Thanks so much for sharing such a fabulous idea last week!

    Leslie @ Lamberts Lately

  14. Oh my goodness... This looks fabulous. Thanks so much for sharing your recipe at "The Saturday Spotlight party"!
    Have a great weekend and hope to see you at this weeks party!


    1. Thank You April! I will be at the party for sure!

  15. Thank you so much for sharing this delicious recipe at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party! I will be featuring this in the Top 10 Features post that goes live Monday morning. So glad you linked up!

    1. Awww!!!Thank You Cynthia! That is so awesome! would be right over! Thank You girl!

  16. Love banana foster so I would be happy with this drink? Pinning it.
    Thank you for sharing.


    1. Thank You for the pin Ellya and for your visit too!