Super Healthy Banana Milkshake With Quail Eggs

banana milkshake with quail eggs

A banana milkshake with quail eggs might not be one of the most common shakes out there. But then again, everyone loves a good banana shake. From kids to adults, these classic milkshakes have a versatility that only doubles their value and deliciousness. They can be mixed with a variety of ingredients, essentially turning them into super-shakes. Such a super shake is this particular recipe. Packed with antioxidants, vitamins, and protein, this is a shake you should not pass on!

Whether you’re having this milkshake in the morning or as a quick snack during the day, rest assured you are providing your body with valuable nourishment. Milkshakes have great nutritive value. Though commonly thought of as a drink that keeps you refreshed during the hot season, milkshakes are actually really healthy as well.

Milkshakes leave us feeling satiated, even though we don’t really eat food. This is because, through a milkshake, our body receives a considerable amount of carbs, vitamins, minerals, and proteins. However, the benefits don’t stop at that! Fiber is also found in milkshakes. It helps our digestive, excretory, and cardiovascular systems by cleaning the toxins away and any unwanted fats.

Back to our quail egg banana milkshake, rest assured this recipe is a super snack. It has everything you need. It’s basically a nutrition bomb. If you’re worried about a weird taste from the raw eggs, don’t be! You won’t notice any change in flavor whatsoever. Your banana shake will just be a little creamier – something you’ll surely like. And, from a nutritional point of view, it will have more protein and healthy fat. A winner combo, especially if you plan to work out or go out for a run afterward!

How To Make This Banana Milkshake With Quail Eggs

Super Healthy Banana Milkshake With Quail Eggs

This 2-minute banana milkshake with quail eggs will energize you in as little as half an hour. You'll also feel full for up to two hours, if not more. And it doesn't have that "eggy" flavor to it at all.

Type: Snack

Cuisine: International

Keywords: banana milkshake with quail eggs, banana milkshake, quail egg shake

Recipe Yield: 1 serving

Calories: approx. 300 kcal

Total Time: 2M

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 300 ml cold, full-fat milk
  • 1/2 tbsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 fresh quail eggs

Recipe Instructions:

Step 1: Grab a ripe, medium-sized banana. Make sure it's ripe, otherwise the texture and taste of your milkshake may be off-putting. Ripe bananas have dark spots. However, those are also the sweetest bananas, so if you're not into an overly sweet milkshake, choose regular yellow bananas.

Step 2: Peel the banana and put it in a food processor or blender. Then, add the milk, sugar, vanilla extract, and quail eggs. Blend the mixture until it becomes smooth. If you don't have an electric blender, don't be discouraged. You can use a hand blender too. If you don't have a hand blender, chop the banana finely and mix the ingredients in a bowl until you get a smooth-ish drink. Drink immediately.

Editor's Rating:
5
Extra info for those interested in improving their overall health

If you’re wondering what makes this banana milkshake with quail eggs a “super snack”, the answer is simple: the two tiny eggs. If you’re into healthy eating and have a passion for quail eggs (like we obviously do), surely you must know by now that they are best served raw, and adding them to this milkshake definitely allows you to eat them as such. This way, all of their nutritional power remains intact and your body can fully use the vitamins and protein they provide.

Another champion that stands out on the ingredient list is the exotic banana. Packed with antioxidants to help protect you from free radicals and high in potassium, this fruit really is a great addition to any diet. The natural sugars and high fiber content in bananas will help regulate the functions of your gut and help raise your mood.

However, if we are to do justice to all the goodies in this milkshake, then we must also mention the magnesium, vitamin D, potassium, fiber, healthy fats, and protein. These all work together to truly nourish your body and fuel it for the day. It certainly beats eating a bagel for breakfast or yogurt!

If you liked this recipe, try this quail egg milkshake next. You’ll surely love it!

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