Bananas Foster Milkshakes

Bananas foster was invented by Brennen’s in New Orleans and just so happens to be my favorite non-chocolate dessert. I love bananas foster so much that it inspired my famous Bananas Foster Layer Cake. Now I give you a fun twist on classic New Orleans dessert: a Bananas Foster Milkshakes!

Bananas Foster Milkshakes | Banana Caramel Rum Milkshake Recipe

Bananas foster involves cooking bananas in brown sugar, butter, and rum with a bit of cinnamon so here, I’ve added dark rum, fresh banana, and caramel sauce to vanilla ice cream for a milkshake that is out-of-this-world. Seriously. Top it with cinnamon whipped cream and your guests will be swooning when you hand them this epic milkshake!

Bananas Foster Milkshakes | Banana Caramel Rum Milkshake Recipe

Bananas Foster Milkshakes | Banana Caramel Rum Milkshake Recipe

Note: I’ve written this up for two milkshakes but it’s easy to halve or multiply. I used one spoonful of caramel sauce per milkshake but if you want it more caramel-y, you could use two spoonfuls per milkshake.

Bananas Foster Milkshakes

Bananas Foster Milkshakes
Serves 2
6  scoops old fashioned vanilla ice cream
3/4 cup milk 
2 ounces dark rum
1 banana

2-4 spoonfuls caramel sauce
Cinnamon whipped cream, recipe follows

  1. Combine ice cream, milk, rum, banana, and caramel in blender until smooth. Top with cinnamon whipped cream and sprinkles.
Cinnamon Whipped Cream
1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
2 Tbsp powdered sugar 
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/8 tsp cinnamon
  1. Beat whipping cream with a whisk in a metal bowl until soft peaks form. Whisk in cinnamon, vanilla, and powdered sugar.

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Bananas Foster Milkshake

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Lauren says:

    What is sprinkled on top of the cinnamon whipped cream?

    1. Katie-Rose Watson says:

      Just gold sprinkles 🙂

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