Elvis Milk Shakes


While I have never been a huge Elvis music fan, I can definitely relate to his love of the peanut butter-banana combo. And after spending the day with my accountant…I needed, YES NEEDEDone of these very rich and yummy shakes. All the sinful delicious-ness took away all my disdain for accounting…well almost.

Anyway, my husband and the kids agreed this was one of the best shakes they have ever had.

Most likely you already have all the ingredients in your kitchen.

You must try it. Must.

In a bowl, beat peanut butter and 1/4 cup of milk with a hand mixer until smooth.

In a blender, blend ice cream, remaining milk and banana until smooth. Add peanut butter mixture and blend until just combined.

Pour into glasses and garnish with some bananas.

Elvis Milk Shakes
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1/2 cup smooth peanut butter
3/4 cup milk, divided
2 cups vanilla ice cream
1 banana

In a bowl, beat peanut butter and 1/4 cup of milk with a hand mixer until smooth. In a blender, blend ice cream, remaining milk and banana until smooth. Add peanut butter mixture and blend until just combined. Pour into glasses and garnish with some bananas.

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  1. dawn 1

    This sounds fantastic!

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  2. Thank you…

    Thank you very much

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  3. There was a whole lot of shaking goin on in the Noble Pig household.

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  4. pam 4

    This sounds like the perfect thing to have after a day spent with your accountants, or a day spent teaching school, or a day spent doing just about anything!

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  5. I love how easy these are. They look delicious!!

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  6. One of my favorite combos of flavors! Love the idea of whipping some of the pb and milk first.
    My son calls this nanny drinks and I make them for him for breakfast often by using yogurt instead of ice cream. I use frozen bananas. Maybe we’ll make them this morning!

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  7. Delicious!!!!

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  8. delish indeed. would you want to put bacon in there? hmmm, i would

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  9. Jenna 9

    That is seriously my all-time favorite milkshake (minus the bananas! Add a squirt or two of chocolate and caramel…YUM!) I’ve learned how to make it with a little milk and sugar and lots of ice…and it still tastes great! (Had one the other night…)

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  10. Otter 10

    …. Yumm, maybe with a little dark rum too…

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  11. Marjie 11

    Looks great!

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  12. I’m back on my semi-annual peanut butter kick and I am soooo making one of these tonight.

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  13. Oh my gosh! Brilliant…this is a definite keeper. And easy.. :)

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  14. J3nn 14

    That sounds fabulous! Hunka hunka burnin’ love in a glass. :)

    Jenn

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  15. Yum, this sounds delish. I make one kinda like it, but use pb, banana, greek yogurt, milk, honey and wheat germ. I’m a thinkin’ ice cream sounds perfect…. YUM!

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  16. Can’t help falling in love with that;)

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  17. Amanda 17

    Yum, they sounds fabulous! Elvis had good taste. I had an Elvis Presley Whipping Cream Pound Cake on my blog that is the best pound cake I’ve tried yet. You should try it! :)

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  18. Ok, I MUST try this!

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  19. grace 19

    this is inspired, cathy! elvis and his legacy will never die! :)

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  20. I do similar smoothies for myself for breakfast quite often. PB and banana is the snack of the gods.

    But if this is about Elvis, shouldn’t there be bacon in it too? :-)

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  21. Megan 21

    I do this minus the ice cream and switching the regular milk for chocolate milk at least once a week. It’s powerfully good stuff, and without the ice cream I don’t even remotely feel guilty chugging it down. 😉

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  22. Hi Cathy!!! I hope your family has a great holiday weekend! Love the shakes, and I like that you beat the peanut butter with milk before hand, I bet that makes it nice and creamy!

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  23. What a great drink for my teens when they get out of practice and are hungry. As long as it doesn’t make their hips gyrate, that is. :-)

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  24. My God this looks delicious! No peanut butter in Italy. Would Nutella do the trick?

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  25. I remember watching Elvis movies on the weekends. I think Clam Bake was one of my favorites. These milkshakes look so fun and delicious. My kids would die for these!

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  26. Anna 26

    Thank you for this – I am on Day 1 of a 2 day liquid diet and I think this hearty concoction has saved me from gnawing on my fist!
    Also, Louise in Italy – no peanut butter? The horrors!

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  27. Tammy 27

    Ahhh, if only I could eat ice cream! Those look so good!

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  28. I love these! The peanut butter and banana combination is so good. I make them with frozen bananas. No need for ice cream and use non fat yogurt.

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  29. Yumm! Can I put kahlua in mine?

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  30. annbb 30

    I need to try this – I love every ingredient in it tho have never put the together. Well, except kinda like the sandwich my dad made me growing up: two slices bread one smeared with mayo, the other with peanut butter. Then lettuce and length-wise sliced bananas.
    MAJOR yum!

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  31. sawyer 31

    this is so awesome…thanks for sharing this recipe as i know i’ll be giving it a shot this weekend. peanut butter milk shake w/ banana sounds so good right now~

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  32. Jules 32

    We love these shakes – except we use chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla!

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  33. We’re headed to Graceland in a few weeks, so I should be making these at home for my family to prep for the trip, don’t ya think?

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  34. sawyer 34

    hello. so i subbed in soy milk for reg. milk, but had no ice cream and just did it as is w/ frozen bananas, and it was great. tasty. def. my post workout drink from now on. and ill bet it tastes even better w/ ice cream so i’ll be havin that real soon!

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  36. Wow!This one sounds delicious , I will try and make this one as soon as I can!

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  37. Tracey 37

    I made this last night after my fiancé got off work and I drizzled some chocolate syrup in while it was in the blender, just enough for a hint of chocolate. I’m going to make it again for him tonight, it’s so smooth and yummy!

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  38. Becky 38

    This recipe was a godsend! I’m stranded at home unable to eat solid food after a mouth operation, and to be honest I was getting pretty fed up with soup. Stumbled across this recipe, had all of the ingredients! This is absolutely delicious, thank you.

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  39. Flea 39

    I can’t have milk or ice cream anymore, but I won’t let that stop me! Coconut milk and chocolate coconut ice cream to the rescue!

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