Dates contain vitamins such as B1, B2, B3 and B5, as well as A1 and C. If you have a few dates every day, you won't have to take vitamin supplements. Not only will it keep you healthy, there will be a noticeable change in your energy levels as well because dates contain natural sugars such as glucose, sucrose, and fructose, too.
Dates are rich in selenium, manganese, copper, and magnesium, and all of these are required when it comes to keeping our bones healthy, and preventing conditions such as osteoporosis.
Total Time (Minutes): 20
1/3 cup deseeded and chopped Dates (khajoor)
1½ cups Milk
1 Banana (or 1/2 cup Vanilla Ice-Cream)
A pinch of Cardamom Powder, optional
If dates are too hard, then soak them in lukewarm milk for 30 minutes before blending.
Chop dates into small pieces. Peel and cut banana into thick slices.
Add dates in a blender jar
Add sliced banana.
Pour milk over it and add a pinch of cardamom powder.
Blend until smooth and creamy. Check the consistency of the shake, if itâs too thick or too thin to your liking, then dilute it by adding some more milk or thicken it by adding banana (or ice cream) respectively; blend again.
Pour prepared date shake into chilled serving glasses and serve.