Recipe by Lisa B
"A yummy fruit smoothie made with tropical fruits."
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mango, peeled and seeded
papaya, peeled and seeded
This tastes really great; my kids loved it.
had to alter it to make it drinkable.
it was ok, i would add a little more mango and orange juice next time,,,beautiful color to the smoothie, though !
A little different from the smoothies I generally make for Hubs, particularly since the usual yogurt was absent. I didn't have papaya, so I substituted peaches for it. I also added a little Splenda. The combination produced a lovely color and a flavor he couldn't quite put his finger on. In the end, however, he had me blend it again with some vanilla yogurt as he missed the creaminess he's accustomed to.
Very good!! I used frozen fruits so no need to add ice.
This Rocks My friends loved it!!!
Delicious! The papaya gives a nice flavor and texture. I used frozen mango, frozen strawberry, fresh papaya, fresh squeezed oranje juice and I omitted the ice. Thanks for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Tropical Fruit Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 5
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