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We won’t lie — when we first heard that banana milk was an actual product that people were not only buying, but also actively enjoying, we were skeptical. It’s not that we don’t like plant-based milk. We love plant-based milk. From soy to almond to hemp to oat to everything in between, we’ve loved it all. But something about banana milk just didn’t sound appealing — at least, not at first.

The bottle is cute…

Mooala – Organic, Dairy-Free Beverages/Facebook

But then we got to thinking. Is there anything more creamy and satisfying than a big bowl of banana-based nice cream? We don’t think so. We also know that bananas can replace a lot of other common dairy foods in baking. So maybe, banana milk isn’t that far of a stretch.

The organic and dairy-free beverage company Mooala now offers six-ingredient Banana Milk, and it contains absolutely no added sugar, just natural sweetness from bananas. It’s certified organic, non-GMO, and nut-free, rendering it an allergy-friendly plant-based milk choice. Made from puréed bananas, roasted sunflower seed butter, and a dash of cinnamon, Mooala’s Banana Milk contains 60 calories per serving, along with three grams of fat and three grams of banana-derived sugar.

We admit we’re convinced, and want to try this new Banana Milk ASAP. Would you give it a go? Find a store near you that carries Mooala here.

More Interesting Plant-Based Milk

We’re definitely excited to try Mooala, but in the meantime, we’re drooling over these unique plant-based milk recipes from our Food Monster App. Which one do you want to taste most?

Pumpkin Seed Milk

This Vanilla Pumpkin Seed Milk by Magdalena Pienkos makes for a creamy, delicious milk that is ideal for enjoying with the granola and fresh fruit.

Sesame Seed Milk

This Homemade Sesame Milk by Sarah Pether is perfect for nut-free folks. Sesame seeds blend up into a creamy and delightful non-dairy milk. Who knew? It’s also great in a latte.

Spiced Milk

This Cinnamon and Clove Mixed Nut and Seed Milk by Steph McKercher is a simple nut and seed milk recipe with a twist. Cinnamon and cloves add a touch of warmth to this almond, walnut, pumpkin seed, and hemp blend. Once you’ve made this, you can use it in smoothies, pour it over a bowl of crunchy granola, or enjoy it warm with a stack of cookies.

To learn more about which milk to use for which recipe, check out this non-dairy milk guide for all of your cooking and baking needs.

We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 8,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to ten new recipes per day. Check it out!

Lead image source: Mooala – Organic, Dairy-Free Beverages/Facebook

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