- 2 bananas
- 1/2 cup coffee
- 1/4 cup coconut milk
- 3 tablespoons coconut flakes
- ice (as required)
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Susan Lindstrom 30 Jul
I guess it depends on the coffee ... I had some organic instant coffee that I thought I could drink this way. Nope -- gross! It's going in the trash!
Elaina 5 Jun
I thought it was pretty gross. Not for me.
Dana al jomaa 18 May
it was really good thank you for the the drink
Tom J. 15 May
It was not a good drink. I don't recomend.
Adam W. 13 May
Easy to make and pretty tasty. I’m more of a straight coffee drinker but this is good on a summer morning
brianna epping 5 May
I just wanted to make a quick simple drink on a hot day and this was amazing! Tastes great 👍🏻
Twaneke Van der Nest 30 Apr
well i didnt have coconut milk, but used low fat milk instead. i added freshly squeezed nartjie for a better taste. it worked(no fruit pieces, everything smooth)
Kate 22 Mar
A little weird for me. The flavors didn’t quite mix right for my taste.
Lisa 1 Mar
Delicious and easy!!
Sugarwings 9 Feb
Yes! I used one banana I would suggest maybe agave if you wish it be sweeter.
Aalaa Jandali 7 Feb
Delicious ! I was out of milk so I used a little French vanilla creamer. Still tasted great !
Jess Pacifico 17 Jan
It was good might try cocoa or cinnamon like others mention not using the flakes next time
Michelle 15 Jan
Pretty good. Def needs choc swirl on top
Tiffany 10 Jan
If you put honey in it and blend it well it almost tastes foamy. I highly recommend! It's totally delicious!
Abigail Boatemaa 9 Jan
Good, a bit bitter because of the coffee so added a little honey
Emma Junior 21 Nov 2017
Really yummy, but has a bitter coffee after taste. I added 1 teaspoon raw honey to sweeten. Much better for my sweet tooth.
Brooklyn M. 4 Aug 2017
I was too impatient to let my coffee cool so I just blended it right after the french press. I added some almond butter and cinnamon. Oh and I used organic coconut milk AND coconut milk coffee creamer. My bf and I loved it!
Michelle K. 16 Jul 2017
Loved this. Would take out the coconut flakes though. I found the texture distracting. Adding cocoa as some of the other reviewers suggested sounds like a great idea. I'll make sure to try this next time.
Elka Pahoehoe 23 Nov 2016
Delicious! I added a tbsp. of cocoa, a tsp. of coconut oil (since we don't have coco flakes), and a cup and a half of frozen strawberries. Simply scrumptious.
Kathleen 1 Aug 2016
Add some cocoa and it makes for a great smoothie. Good for morning or afternoon pick-me-up! Great flavor
Russell B. 29 May 2016
Tried this recipe when it was in the 90's outside, SO REFRESHING! I used cold brewed coffee which tends to be a little stronger and used two frozen bananas instead of adding ice to keep it from diluting.
Rebecca C. 17 Apr 2016
Had an issue when I added hot coffee to the mixture it did some sort of "curdling" with the coconut. Might have been because I already mixed it up as a smoothie with the bananas and everything else and then re-mixed it later with the coffee. But the initial smoothie (to set aside some for kids prior to adding coffee) was delicious. I also added chocolate protein powder. Will try again.
Nazea V. 30 Nov 2015
Great! I did exactly as the recipe and it turned out great. Perfect after a morning pass at the gym. Delicious indeed!
kimberly h. 1 Nov 2015
I think it's a great recipe. We loved it!! Instead of ice, I froze the bananas. This gave it a little more of a shake/malt consistency.