Best exotic fruit smoothies recipes, healthy smoothie recipe, great and easy to do
This healthy exotic fruit smoothies recipes formula has only 5 ingredients, tons of Vitamin C and only takes 5 minutes to make. See, I just need to throw any strange fruit I have on my blender and maybe a little milk.
My kids love exotic fruit smoothies and I have to say I’m a big fan too. The last few weeks, it’s the first thing that they ask for when they get home from school. I love making these at home because I know exactly what goes into them and can regulate the amount of sugar. But there is NO added sugar in this exotic fruit smoothie recipe! Just the natural sugar from the fruit.
When making these smoothies, I have to admit that I’m not a “by the recipe” type of person. I kinda just throw everything into the blender, blend it up and then adjust to get the consistency that I want. But I know that you all want an actual recipe so here you go.
Healthy Exotic Fruit Smoothie
– 1/2 bag frozen tropical fruit strawberries, pineapple, mangos
– 1-2 cups milk
– A few spoonfuls vanilla yogurt optional. You can also use a couple teaspoons of vanilla extract
– Place all items into a blender and blend till smooth.
– The one thing I will say about making smoothies is that since you have to blend things that are frozen, you’ll want to use a pretty decent blender that will do a good job. I currently have a small Cuisinart food processor. It does an ok job but it just takes a while to get everything blended. I would recommend something a little more heavy duty.
With that said though, I really wanted to make a smoothie full of summer fruits and heavy on the tropical flavors. Whatever, some weird stuff was definitely going on with these smoothies.
I also made some super simple coconut granola to go on top. You can skip this, but sometimes I really like a little texture in my smoothie… and hey, it’s another excuse to make and eat granola. And really, you should not pass that up.