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Move over boring vanilla milkshake, this Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake is in town!

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Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake - this easy recipe combines bananas and berries for a simple but healthier milkshake recipe!

There’s this little burger shack near where I live that is known for it’s milkshakes. I’ve never had their burgers or fries (although they look amazing) because I can never get past the wall of milkshake recipes. I’m not exaggerating: the milkshake menu takes up an entire wall of the restaurant. There are hundreds to choose from and it’s so overwhelming I end up just stammering out “Peanut Butter!” to the server since the line never lasts long enough for me to read all the choices.

Jordan and I set a goal for the summer: to try every single yogurt shop in our area and rate them on a scale of 1 to 5 ice cream cones. The more I think about it, the more I want to change our challenge to trying every single shake at Taylor’s…but then I’d probably gain 500 pounds.

In the meantime, I’m making milkshakes at home. It’s easy and I can make any flavor I want…which includes pie, because, obviously. (In fact, whenever I do go to Taylor’s or DQ, I always get something with pie in the name. It really is my favorite!)

THIS milkshake won’t break the calorie bank, however. You can drink the entire thing and not feel sick after…and your swimsuit will still fit. It’s a SKINNY Berry Pie Milkshake!

Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake (1 of 1)

So now you’re like, holdup. How did you make a milkshake taste like pie but also make it healthier? Well, a few ways.

First, I use Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk instead of regular milk. It’s got less calories (and fat) than whole milk. Plus it’s non-dairy, which I’m trying to do more and more. The vanilla adds another touch of flavor too.

But, you say, that’s great. Isn’t a milkshake full of ice cream? Not this one, no. This one has a secret ingredient: frozen bananas.

You know that, if you blend up frozen banana, it turns into soft-serve ice cream, right? It’s kind of a mind blowing tip, once you learn it. For this milkshake, I got rid of the ice cream and used a frozen banana for texture and sweetness. Sure, you taste it a little, but the berry flavor is dominant, I promise.

It’s a berry pie milkshake, so berries are a must. I used frozen blackberries, but you can use any berries you like: blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, or a combination. This time of year, in California, berries are super cheap and I always overbuy and then freeze extra before they rot. You can use pre-frozen, if fresh fruit isn’t in abundance where you live.

At this point, once you blend, your milkshake is done. It’s not overly sweet, so if you want a more traditional sweet milkshake, add some sweetener of choice: a tablespoon or two of honey or agave, or some Splenda or Truvia.

Top it with whipped cream and some crumbled cookies (crust, duh!) and you’ve got yourself a berry pie milkshake to share…or drink all on your own. It’s skinny, you can hoard it for yourself!

Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake - this easy recipe combines bananas and berries for a simple but healthier milkshake recipe!

A note on blending: There is a lot of frozen fruit in this milkshake. I use a Blendtec blender, which is very powerful and can handle it with less liquid. Even with that, I stopped and stirred the contents partway through blending. If you’re using a less powerful blender, be sure to add the liquid first and pay attention to make sure you don’t burn it out – you may need to use more liquid than I noted in the recipe.

Skinny berry pie milkshake with whipped cream and fruit around the bottom

Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake

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Skinny Berry Pie Milkshake - an easy healthier milkshake recipe that tastes like berry pie! Berries, banana, and almond milk make the best frozen treat!
Yield 1 -2 servings


  • 1 1/2 - 2 cups Almond Breeze Unsweetened Vanilla AlmondMilk
  • 1 medium banana sliced and frozen (about 1 cup)
  • 3/4 cup frozen berries blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, or a combination
  • 1-2 tablespoons of honey or agave syrup or 1-2 packets of sweetener, to taste (optional)
  • Whipped cream and cookie crumbles for garnish


  • Place 1 1/2 cups almond milk, banana, and berries into a blender. Blend until smooth. You may need to add more milk and/or stir the mixture partway through blending. All blenders are different and have different power, so the amount of milk needed is dependent on blender strength and your milkshake texture preference. Add even more than 2 cups if needed.
  • Taste the milkshake and add sweetener as desired. Alone it's not very sweet, so if you want it more ice cream tasting, use sweetener or honey.
  • Serve with whipped cream and crumbled shortbread cookies (for the crust). Makes one large or 2 small servings.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate

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Last Updated on February 26, 2022

Dorothy Kern

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  1. Love that you used bananas in place of ice cream for a healthier treat! I wish I was sipping on one right now!

  2. A whole wall of milkshake flavors?  That sounds crazy…and awesome!!!  I love that this has the hidden frozen bananas in place of ice cream…makes me feel better about having 2 shakes.  Wink, wink!

  3. I love your summer plans to try every yogurt shop – we are pretty much stuck on menchies…but I am LOVING this shake

  4. This milkshake is so awesome- I love how it’s naturally sweetened and packed full of nutrients without too many ingredients 🙂

  5. That purple hue is HEAVENLY! I wish we had a milkshake place around us. Well, maybe not because I’d have to walk to and from the place in order to not go up a pants size (or 3). 🙂

  6. That sounds like the milkshake place of my dreams. I’d never get to the food either! This skinny milkshake sounds great. I really like blackberries in smoothies, but they sound even better in a milkshake!

  7. Oh that milkshake shop sounds SO good! I think I would be tempted to go every single day. But I like your idea of trying every yogurt shop in your area! This shake looks gorgeous, Dorothy! I love that it’s skinny and full of flavor!

  8. Wow, I need that milkshake place in my life. Seriously in your neighborhood? Lucky lucky! There’s this amazing ice cream shop in DC’s Georgetown that has a bazillion flavors, but I have to drive a half hour to get there. Which is fine, because they have fudge, too!
    This looks perfect. Love the pie twist at the top, too! I always want some crumbly joy with my milkshake! I rate it 5 ice cream cones. 🙂