"This is a lot of fun for kids. I made it up after an afternoon outside with a friend. It's best in summer because there is better fruit." — Stephanie S.
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bananas, broken into chunks
cubed fresh pineapple
2 (6 ounce) containers
fruit flavored yogurt
orange juice, or as needed
Very good! I thought the papaya added an exotic taste to a really good drink! Thanks for the post! PS Added a little cherry juice to this, also did not have the honeydew so I left that out.
My 9 year old daughter loved this smoothie. We used everything except the papaya. I prepped all the fruit before hand and have it stored in gladware in the fridge so it's very simple to whip this up before school. Very satisfying and filling.
YUMMMMMMMMMY!!!!!!!!!! I loved this. I used really sweet green grapes and I used plain lowfat yogurt because there is way too much sugar in flavored and I never got into flavort yogurt also since the fruits were sweet I thought it would overpower them. I am glad I did because it was so good. Thanks for the awesome recipe!! I am gonna try this in the summer when it is nicer out and the fruit is sweeter and I can carry it out without freezing because N.Y. is sooo cold now! :(
We really enjoyed this as our "pre-breakfast" this morning. Too bad papaya is not something I have on hand as readily as these other fruits, because I'm sure this smoothie would have been even better, more unique, with it. I didn't have yogurt so I was FORCED to use homemade vanilla ice cream. (I don't think the smoothie suffered because of it and I know we didn't!) I used red grapes and in hindsight wouldn't have, as they left annoying and unattractive little bits of red skin in the smoothie even after blending the heck out of it. I used fresh squeezed orange juice and cantaloupe as well as the honeydew. This smoothie served doubly duty - not only was it good and good for you, but it was also an efficient way to use up a bunch of fruit before heading out of town!
Delicious and super easy to make. Scored ten stars with my five year old who loved helping me make this.
Good smoothie. I added frozen banana and omitted the honeydew because I don't like it. I also used plain yogurt instead of flavored, just a preference.
I used mango instead of papaya and it turned out delicious just as written!
10 stars! This is a wonderful smoothie. I bought a papaya and had a pineapple and some bananas that needed to be used up so I went searching for a recipe and this popped up. Serendipity!! This will be a regular treat and breakfast in our home. Changes made: No honeydew because I didn't have any. Fresh squeezed tangerine juice because I had no orange juice.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 5
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