Mooala Bananamilk: All You Need to Know About This Dairy-Free Drink


A cow, a monkey, and a koala walk into a non-dairy plant … and Mooala Bananamilk is born. Okay, that might not be how it happened, but this unique dairy-free milk beverage with a crazy name must have a good story behind it.

Not to be confused with banana-flavored milk, Mooala Bananamilk is actually a non-dairy beverage made with a real banana base. In fact, it’s made with bananas, sunflower seeds, and not much else. This rather virtuous drink is free of carrageenan, preservatives, and top allergens. And the Original flavor is even made without added sweeteners.

I was curious how they would maintain a yellow banana drink without any real additives. The answer is, they didn’t. The Original beverage is a brownish color that doesn’t visually shout “banana!” But it just reflects the natural nature, not the taste, of Mooala Bananamilk.

Mooala Bananamilk (Review) - Plant-based, Dairy-free, Top Allergen-free Organic Milk Beverage made from Bananas and Sunflower Seeds

Tasting Notes for Mooala Bananamilk

We sampled the two initial flavors of Mooala Bananamilk, and were rather surprised by the flavor and consistency.

Original Bananamilk

A wonderful banana scent emerged as I uncapped this beverage for the first time. However, the taste isn’t as boldly banana. It’s definitely banana, but it’s very light in fruit flavor with warm cinnamon in every sip. Sunflower seed milk can be quite overwhelming, but I think the banana neutralizes the sunflower seed base for a gently sweet beverage. The consistency is more like a very thin fruit smoothie than a creamy milk beverage, but I think it could be used for cereal, oatmeal and recipes.

My chief complaint is actually that the bottle is too big! Although they say that Mooala Bananamilk lasts seven days once opened, the taste was noticeably less fresh on day two. I think the lack of any preservatives (even ascorbic acid) causes the banana to degrade a bit once opened.

Ingredients – water, organic banana puree, organic roasted sunflower seeds, sea salt, organic cinnamon, gellan gum. Manufactured in a facility that uses nut ingredients.

Chocolate Bananamilk

The chocolate was rich and deep with just the right amount of sweetness – it isn’t sugary at all. But the consistency was a little too “banana” for me. It was more like a drinkable smoothie than a chocolate milk. So I went to my in-house chocolate milk beverage expert: my husband. Tony said the underlying banana was a little too overpowering for his taste, and needed to be a little fresher.

In both of our opinions, this variety is good for smoothies and recipes, but it isn’t one that either of us would drink straight up. However, I do like that it only has 10 grams of sugar per cup (some of it from the bananas) and that it has a thicker consistency for recipes. I’ve also read that it works quite well in coffee!

Ingredients – water, organic banana puree, organic evaporated cane juice, organic sunflower seeds, organic Dutch process cocoa, sea salt, gellan gum. Manufactured in a facility that uses nut ingredients.

Mooala Bananamilk (Review) - Plant-based, Dairy-free, Top Allergen-free Organic Milk Beverage made from Bananas and Sunflower Seeds

The Facts on Mooala Bananamilk

Price: $4.99 per 48-ounce bottle.

Availability: Mooala Bananamilk is available in the U.S. in the refrigerated section at Whole Foods, Costco, H-E-B, and other major grocers.

Certifications: Mooala Bananamilk is Certified Organic and Certified Kosher Parve.

Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Mooala Bananamilk is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan / plant-based, and vegetarian. The Original might be considered paleo-friendly. Nonetheless, always read the ingredient statement and check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. Processes and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company / product.

For More Product Information: Visit the Mooala website at

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Made me extremely sick

1.0 rating
February 25, 2020

Within 15 minutes of drinking a small glass of the banana milk, I became nauseous. Within an hour, I was [very sick] which lasted for the next 5 hours. Be careful with this product!

Sue Boyle

Love the Mooala Bananamilk

5.0 rating
February 12, 2020

I absolutely love the flavour of this beverage. It is not too sweet and loaded with potassium. This is the perfect solution to my low potassium issue. I used to buy bananas and ended up throwing them out or making banana bread. I don’t eat bananas once they are too ripe which only takes a day or two to become overripe. I bought them at Earth Fare which are now closing their doors, unfortunately. I now have to find a new supplier.

Agatha Parsons Tiessen


5.0 rating
February 3, 2020

My daughter is allergic to dairy. She loves this banana milk and we rotate between the almond milk too! My entire family drinks it now! It’s delicious and a clean product! So impressed.

Liza Sheehan

I love it!!

5.0 rating
January 18, 2020

I am lactose intolerant and I allergic to almonds so this was perfect for me and the taste was amazing, and now I can’t find it anywhere 🙁

Maria F Alvarez

Mooala Bananamilk

1.0 rating
October 4, 2019

I purchased this product from Whole Foods Glades Road Boca Raton florida in my opinion it is undrinkable! Too terrible tastes like peptobismol

Leon Struck

LOVE it!

5.0 rating
September 8, 2019

I had never heard of banana milk before. But I saw it at Whole Foods and thought it sounded interesting. I bought the original flavor with cinnamon in it. I absolutely LOVE it!! I find it addictive. It’s so delicious. I will definitely buy it again.


Didn’t Quite Live Up To My (Hopes)

3.0 rating
August 21, 2019

Was it refreshingly UNIQUE ? Yes. But, I agree with the author in that by day three, there was considerable “drop-off” in flavor. Also, the Biggest (Disappointment) is the Price Point. It would be an occasional ‘Treat’ at best, for that much more than my typical Almond/Coconut Milk choice.


Original yummy when tweeked

5.0 rating
August 13, 2019

I add about three squares of dark chocolate (nuke in 1-2 tsp of purified water for 30 seconds, stir to make syrup, temper with a bit of banana milk and then combine with the full glass of banana milk). Not sure how this compares to the company’s chocolate version, but this one works for me as a yummy dairy free version of my favorite chocolate beverage.


Actually better than expected

5.0 rating
August 11, 2019

I went in to trying this milk with the thought of “what the heck? I mean, I guess it’ll taste like someone added bananas to milk”. Upon tasting it I realized it was actually much more accurate to describe it as a banana bread flavored milk. Highly recommend this milk in cereal and hot chocolate.


Nothing to write home about

3.0 rating
August 9, 2019

I tried the chocolate. I don’t know what I was expecting but it didn’t live up to it. It was definitely a “meh” experience for me


About Author

Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. I just tried this too! My husband and I both agreed, not something we’d drink on its own but definitely pleasurable in baked goods and smoothies!

  2. Thank you for getting down to all the facts for us! Always love hearing your opinion on things and I actually saw this the other day and was wondering about it. Maybe I’ll be trying it 🙂

  3. Thank you for the review on mooala bananamilk. As I love all four ingerdients. I prefer drinking a smooth “essence of” the flavor so to speak. I also appreciated the life span review. I do tend to have my non-dairy products for a week. All in all seems like a good concept.