Easy Tropical Fruit Smoothie RecipeMy son recently started requesting Smoothies again for breakfast, which caused me to pull out some of my old recipes. I thought you, too, might like to try this easy Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe for a healthy snack anytime you want one!
The tropical fruit smoothies taste really good and they are very easy to make. Simply gather your favorite tropical fruits and the blender and you have a quick and healthy snack for breakfast, lunch or after dinner!
Personally, I always enjoy discovering new ideas and delicious treats. These fruit drinks really are a lot more healthy than most desserts and are certainly more enjoyable than taking vitamin supplements.
Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe
|Prep Time||Ready In||Yields|
|5 min.||5 min.||2 servings|
Ingredients for My Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe
- 1 mango peeled and seeded
- 1 papaya peeled and seeded
- 1/2 cup fresh strawberries
- 1/3 cup orange juice
- 5 cubes ice
InstructionsTropical Fruit Smoothie are so simple to make. All you have to do to have a quick healthy snack is mix the following ingredients into a blender and mix it together.
Step 1: Place the mango, papaya, strawberries, orange juice, and ice cubes in an electric blender
Step 2: Process until the ingredients are smooth
I have started cutting up my seasonal fruit and freezing it in freezer bags for convenience. The frozen fruit is actually even better than fresh fruit in smoothies, but the fruit is delicious either way.
Reviewed & Recommended Smoothie Blender
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The Nutribullet works faster and chops the fruit into much smaller pieces which makes a smoother smoothie. The Magic Bullet Nutribullet Pro 900 Blender/Mixer (15 Piece Set) that we purchased also comes with a smoothie recipe book that has some great recipes in it. We have enjoyed several of them.
The Nutribullet made such a favorable impression on our household, that we gave our daughter and her husband one as a gift when they moved into their new home last fall.
Read More About the Nutribullet on Dawn's Review: Nutribullet: Why I Waited Too Long!
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