Fun tropical fruit smoothies that boost your daily vitamin intake and improve your digestion Recipe

This recipe was designed through trial and error but is really easy to make, refreshing and quite delicious.
Fun tropical fruit smoothies that boost your daily vitamin intake and improve your digestion


There are no set weights and measures for this recipe. Simply use as much of each fruit as you want, in combination with the others, and as much fruit juice/water that you think will give you the consistency that you desire.

1. Fresh FRUIT (preferably chilled or frozen chunks):
Pineapple, Pawpaw/Papaya, Banana (and Mango, if you have access to this).

2. Freshly-squeezed or store bought FRUIT JUICE (preferably unsweetened Pineapple). Water may be used as a substitute if sweetness/sugar content is an issue.

3. One packet of orange/tangerine/raspberry/other EMERGEN-C crystals, or any other brand of Vitamin C crystals that you prefer.


a. Pour about 1 to 2 cups of fruit juice/water into the blender mug, according to the quantity of fruit you wish to blend. Then add the frozen chunks of fruit, and top this off with the Vitamin C crystals.
b. If you have a blender with a "SMOOTHIE" selection, then press it and let the 'smoothing' begin:). If not, then begin on the "CHOP" selection, before slowly moving to the "PUREE" selection (add more liquid if needed).
c. If you prefer a 'frosty' smoothie, then don't add too much liquid. If you prefer a 'thick but non-frosty one, then keep going until most of the icy-ness melts out


Not all fruit may be ideal for this recipe. I've tried adding watermelon and even honey dew melon, and the latter combines with the others, much better than the former. All in all, it's especially good early in the morning before breakfast, or during the day before lunch.


Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Number of Servings: 3
Yield: As much as you want, based upon the size of your serving.
Style: Latin American, Caribbean

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