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Enjoy a fruit salad in the form of a smoothie thanks to this recipe that calls for apple, pear, strawberries, cherries and pineapple.

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IngredientsServes: 6

  • 475ml milk
  • 1 (225g) tin pineapple pieces
  • 1 apple, chopped
  • 1 pear, chopped
  • 4 strawberries, chopped
  • 35g cherries, pitted and chopped, or to taste
  • 2 tablespoons vanilla yogurt, or more to taste

MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min

  1. Blend milk, pineapple, apple, pear, strawberries, cherries and yogurt together in a blender until smooth, about 4 minutes.

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You can eat the passion fruit by cutting it in half and then spoon it out, just like a kiwi. You can also add it to a delicious fruit salad or add it to your smoothie with, for example, mango. You can also make ice creams with it.

This fruit is very tasty and has a sweet taste, but only when the passion fruit is really ripe. If you want to know if your passion fruit is ripe, read our blog about ripening passion fruit and you will know immediately. It also describes how to store passion fruit.

Recipe Summary

  • 1 (8 ounce) container frozen whipped topping, thawed
  • 2 ½ cups shredded coconut
  • ½ cup chopped walnuts
  • 1 (8 ounce) can fruit cocktail, drained
  • 1 (8 ounce) can pineapple chunks, drained
  • 1 (11 ounce) can mandarin oranges, drained
  • 3 cups miniature marshmallows
  • 1 (10 ounce) jar maraschino cherries, drained (Optional)
  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

In a large bowl, combine the whipped topping, coconut, chopped nuts, fruit cocktail, pineapple, mandarin oranges, marshmallows, cherries, nutmeg and cinnamon. Mix together well and refrigerate for 30 to 45 minutes.

Exotic fruit salad smoothie

Peel, stone and roughly chop the mango, and put the flesh into a blender.

Halve 2 of the passion fruit and sieve the pulp into a bowl, then add to the blender. Peel and roughly chop the banana and 1½ kiwi fruit, and add them to the blender with the yogurt, juice and ice cubes.

Whizz everything together until smooth and pour into 4 glasses. Halve the remaining passion fruit, scoop out the pulp and drizzle a little on top of each smoothie. Slice the leftover half of kiwi fruit and finish each smoothie with a couple of slices.

Easy 2-Minute 2-Ingredient Frozen Fruit Smoothie

The best part is that it’s a very easy smoothie to make. In fact, it’s a 2-minute fruit smoothie. Because mama doesn’t have time for a 100-step smoothie. Mama does, however, have time to create a simple fruit smoothie that makes her feel energized, healthy, and good for me.

For this particular smoothie, I use a frozen “mixed fruit” assortment of sliced peaches, seedless red grapes, pineapple chunks, and strawberries. BUT you can do any frozen fruit combo (mixed berries, strawberry banana) you like, which is the beauty of this recipe!

Why frozen fruit and not fresh fruit? There are many reasons.

But here’s the thing. You gotta have a good blender to make a good smoothie. If not, you’re going to get frustrated with frozen fruit stuck in the blades and the process will surely take more than two minutes.

This is a blender that you can use for ANY recipe and in an efficient manner. The cup additions make smoothie-marking a breeze, too. Easy clean-up, too, since it’s all done in one vessel.

I never thought I’d write the word “vessel” in a recipe post, but here we are. 😬

Anyway…Ninja also has a smoothie-only blender, which could be a great option, too.

Okay, now that we’ve had “the talk” (about blenders), let’s get onto the smoothie recipe.

I also like almond milk for my smoothies, but you could totally do another milk, like coconut milk (or coconut water), cow’s milk, or cashew milk. Almond milk, in my opinion, doesn’t have a strong taste (so you’re getting more fruit flavor) and is light.

How To Make a Heart Healthy Smoothie

Fruits are a great source of vitamins and nutrients, making them the perfect addition to a heart healthy smoothie. Berries in particular are full of heart healthy phytonutrients and soluble fiber. Fruits like oranges and papaya are rich in beta-carotene, potassium, magnesium and fiber.

To make a heart healthy smoothie, combine fresh strawberries, blueberries, oranges and papaya. Add these heart healthy ingredients to a blender with 1 cup soy milk and 1/2 cup ice cubes. Blend until smooth.

Tips for Making Smoothies

  • Not all blenders are created equal. This doesn’t mean that you have to have the newest, most expensive blender on the market. In fact, I wrote a whole cookbook that I tested using a cheap $15 blender from the local big box store. But the truth of the matter is that most smoothies won’t be as smooth in a cheaper blender as they are in a more powerful blender. Frozen fruit can take awhile to break down into the smoothie if you don’t have a high powered blender, so just be aware that it may take a little longer in a cheaper blender. Just have patience!
  • If you are using a high powered blender, you can just throw everything in any order. If you have a cheaper blender, put the liquid in first and the frozen fruit last.
  • Start your blender on a low speed and work up to a higher speed.

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The only tool you’ll need for this smoothie recipe is a blender. I have this one and adore it and have used it for years now. It is great for smoothies!

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A blend of fruit, yogurt, and a touch of honey, this smoothie makes for a tasty breakfast or snack. And yes, it has tofu in it, but don’t let that be a turnoff—the tofu’s only there for texture and the health factor. For an extra boost, stir in two tablespoons of soaked chia seeds or top with Granola before serving.

What to buy: Silken tofu has a custardlike texture and is ideal for puréed dishes like sauces and smoothies. It can be found in vacuum-packed, shelf-stable containers in the Asian section of your grocery store.

Game plan: If you’ve made your own regular soft tofu you can use it here, though we prefer this recipe with silken tofu.

This dish was featured as part of our Supercharge with Superfoods photo gallery.

To wash or not to wash?

There is a great deal of debate on whether or not you should wash greens before using. Haven’t we all been there? You show up to a friend’s house for dinner, excited to get in the kitchen to help – only to be mortified to see her dump a plastic box of greens into a bowl for tonight’s salad. If it’s pre-washed, then is it okay? What about organic?

Turns out, if your packaging states those lovely mixed greens have been pre-washed by a company that uses GMP or “good manufacturing processes”, you’re good to go.

That’s according to most sources, including an article published by the University of Minnesota. On the other hand, a recent study done by Consumer Reports says that we should all be washing any produce that comes into our cooking spaces, whether “pre-washed”, organic or otherwise. This is because even those mixed greens carefully washed by well meaning producers can still contain contaminants from ewwwie poo-ies (E. coli, etc.), chemicals and more.

After reading that, um…would you excuse me one sec while I wash up some leafy stuff for this mixed greens recipe?

Basic Fruit Smoothie Recipe Notes:

  • If you want to use room-temp fruit instead of frozen, you can sub ice for water and get the same result.
  • Try subbing other mild-tasting veggies for the carrot. You could try zucchini, squash, or cauliflower.
  • The power-ups are entirely optional – we just really like them and they add so much nutrition!
  • Here’s an amazing place to get your coconut oil, collagen powder and lots of other nutrient dense power ups: Perfect Supplements! They only use the highest-quality ingredients like organic, grass-fed, etc.
  • Pro Tip: My favorite way to quickly include power-ups (instead of adding a bunch of singular ingredients) is to mix up a big batch of this awesome smoothie booster powder. It includes all the best nutritious power-ups in one big jar. Then, I just add one scoop to our daily smoothie!

Watch the video: Fruit Cocktail Smoothie


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