Delicious Raw Vegan Breakfast Milkshake made of raw cacao, nut butter and berries
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Our Raw-Vegan Breakfast Milkshake is our go-to summer breakfast. It’s so pretty, easy to make, filling and oh so delicious! It’s also healthy enough to call it a breakfast milkshake. Are you ready?

Combine this delicious milkshake with your favourite pancakes for the perfect weekend breakfast!

If you are interested in more recipes for vegan pancakes or waffles, we have a few.

Here is a list of the pancakes and waffles recipes we have on the blog:

In our new cookbook ALL PLANTS: The Food You Love, The Vegan Way, you can find 2 more recipes of Vegan Pancakes, one of them naturally gluten-free and the other with a gluten-free option. You can find them in chapter 6 “DESSERTS & TREATS”.

  • DATE SYRUP & TURMERIC PANCAKES on page 209
  • OATMEAL PANCAKES WITH THE BEST VEGAN WHIPPED CREAM on page 211

Our all-time favourite breakfast. Made with plant milk (we use soy or oat milk, but feel free to use any other kind), frozen bananas, raw cocoa, raw nut butter (preferably cashew one) and avocado.

Delicious Raw Vegan Breakfast Milkshake made of raw cacao, nut butter and berries

Ripe bananas provide us with a naturally sweet flavour without having to add any kind of sweeteners.
We use frozen bananas to get a quick creamy effect. You could use non-frozen ones. The flavour will be the same, just the consistency will change slightly. A high-speed blender is needed in order to handle the blending of frozen bananas. If you do not have one, then you should use non-frozen ones.

If you have never frozen bananas before, here is a quick guide on how to do so:
Wait a few days until the bananas are ripe enough (the riper they are, the sweeter the milkshake will become).

  1. Peel the bananas.
  2. Cut them in small pieces.
  3. Place them into a freezer-safe container or bag.
  4. Place the container in the freezer overnight.
How to freeze bananas

Adding avocado to this milkshake is highly recommended, but not necessary. Sometimes, depending on where you live, it’s such a struggle to find good avocados or even find them at all. We have lived in Singapore for two years and always used avocados there. Currently, living in Sweden, depending on the season, it is basically impossible to find decent ones, so sometimes we cannot add them to the blend. Using avocado will give a creamier result, but not adding will not impact the flavour.

You can adjust the amount of cacao and raw and unprocessed nut butter to your own preference. We fancy a stronger nutty flavour more than a chocolaty one. If you do not, just add more cacao and less nut butter.

Sometimes, we have run out of cashew nut butter, and adding raw cashews to the blend worked just fine.

Thawed raspberries/blueberries is the secret to making this milkshake such a pretty one! We always use frozen raspberries, thaw them in the microwave and then proceed to add them.

Very recently, we found out that raw nuts and nut butters have about 30 times less glycotoxins than roasted ones. Michael Greger says “Because of AGEs I no longer toast my nuts or buy roasted nut butters. Such a bummer, because they taste so much better. But, as Dr. McDougall likes to say, nothing tastes as good as healthy feels”. This is very important information because glycotoxins shorten lifespan! So, now we try to eat all our nuts and nut butters raw. Find more info here.

Eating nuts has been associated with plenty of health benefits — from increased cognitive function to protection from Alzheimer’s, as well as keeping your heart healthy. Now, scientists have added more benefits to that list: People who eat a lot of nuts might have a lower risk of mortality and developing chronic diseases, including respiratory disease, neurodegenerative disease, diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, according to a new study published in the International Journal of Epidemiology.

It’s been known for some time that nuts — which are rich in essential nutrients like fiber, protein, minerals, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, and antioxidants — have plenty of health benefits. One 2010 study notes that “by virtue of their unique composition, nuts are likely to beneficially impact health outcomes. Epidemiologic studies have associated nut consumption with a reduced incidence of coronary heart disease and gallstones in both genders and diabetes in women,” and “studies consistently show that nut intake has a cholesterol-lowering effect.” (extracted from www.medicaldaily.com)

If you liked this recipe for Raw-Vegan Breakfast Milkshake, check out our So Healthy Purple Smoothie Breakfast. You’ll love it!

And… in case you missed it, we have published our very first cookbook ALL PLANTS: The Food You Love, The Vegan Way, which includes over 150 satisfying recipes to feed all the members of your household (including your dogs!). It’s available internationally as a hardcover on Book Depository (with free delivery worldwide), Walmart, and in many other bookstores! Yay! Click here to learn more. You can also purchase it as a downloadable e-book (pdf) in our Store (currently ON SALE!), and our Etsy Shop (also on sale there!).

Our new cookbook has a whole chapter dedicated to “BEVERAGES” and another whole chapter dedicated to “DRINKS O’CLOCK”.

The “BEVERAGES” chapter includes:

  • BREKKIE MILKSHAKE (Raw-Vegan Breakfast Milkshake)
  • LIQUID APPLE PIE
  • KALE LEMONADE SMOOTHIE
  • PURPLE SMOOTHIE
  • NOTELLA SMOOTHIE
  • DALGONA COFFEE
  • CHAI CONCENTRATE: SWEET OR SPICY
  • HIBISCUS TEA

The “DRINKS O’CLOCK” chapter includes:

  • LEMON CHAMPAGNE SORBET
  • LEMON DELIGHT
  • JELLY WATERMELON SHOTS
  • HIBISCUSPOLITAN COCKTAILS
  • IRISH CREAM LIQUEUR
  • IRISH PUMPKIN SPICED LIQUEUR
  • WHITE RUSSIAN
  • WHISKEY SOUR
  • SANGRIA

Delicious Raw Vegan Breakfast Milkshake made of raw cacao, nut butter and berries

Raw-Vegan Breakfast Milkshake

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Our Raw-Vegan Breakfast Milkshake is our go-to summer breakfast. It’s so pretty, easy to make, filling and oh so delicious! It’s also healthy enough to call it a breakfast milkshake. Are you ready?
Combine this delicious milkshake with your favourite pancakes for the perfect weekend breakfast!
5 from 6 votes

Enjoy friends! If you make this recipe, please snap a photo and tag @veganvvocals and #veganvvocals on Instagram! We’d also love it if you would leave a comment below, and give the recipe a rating! Thanks so much!

Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Beverages, Breakfast, Brunch, Celebrations, Healthy Smoothies, Raw Vegan, Smoothies, Milkshakes & Juices, Snacks, Sweets, Valentine’s Day, Whole Foods
Cuisine Fusion
Servings 2
Calories 633.7 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 3 cups oat milk, homemade or store-bought
  • 1 avocado, optional for creaminess
  • 2 large ripe frozen bananas
  • 2 tbsp raw cacao powder
  • 1/4 cup raw and unprocessed cashew butter, or any other nut butter of your choice
  • 1 pinch sea salt
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries/blueberries, thawed and slightly mashed

Instructions
 

  • Slice the bananas and freeze them overnight or until firm.
  • Combine all the ingredients, except the berries, in a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth.
  • Thaw the raspberries or blueberries in the microwave.
  • Place 1/3 cup of the berries in the bottom of each glass.
  • Rapidly pour the blend into the glasses to achieve a marbled effect.
  • Top it up with the remaining berries. Enjoy your milkshakes!

Nutrition

Calories: 633.7kcalCarbohydrates: 87.8gProtein: 14.5gFat: 30.1gSaturated Fat: 5.6gSodium: 256.3mgPotassium: 1212.61mgFiber: 21.4gSugar: 37.6g
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