Frozen bananas, graham cracker crumbs, and vanilla extract are a few of the ingredients that make this smoothie a rich dessert in a glass. Because it calls for low-fat yogurt and fat-free milk, one serving of this drink gives you about the same amount of calcium as a glass of milk.
This was something I tried to get away from ice cream. It hit the spot and I loved it. I put some cinnamon and nutmeg in it and used almond milk instead of milk, plus I did not put the powered milk. I had to use 5 ice cubes to make creamier like ice cream and used the nutribullet. :) Definitely a keeper.
I really liked this, though I changed it up a bit--instead of ice cubes I froze half the yogurt (dairy free coconut milk yogurt) in an ice cube tray; I used So Delicious Unsweetened original coconut milk beverage in place of the milk, which I decreased to 1/4 c. I left out the dry milk powder and the graham cracker and added a tablespoon of natural peanut butter. Decreasing the liquid makes it thicker, as does freezing some of the yogurt. Also, there is no law stating that you can't taste something before it is served...if it isn't sweet enough, add some agave, honey, sugar...whatever. By the way my changes are made due to other reviews (too thin) and dairy and gluten allergies.