This Tropical Smoothie Recipe usually replaces my breakfast when I have little time on hand. This smoothie makes me feel nourished and ready to start the day. Imagine indulging your body with nutrients and goodness coming from fresh fruits! Yes, you need to try this tropical smoothie.
Coconut milk, raw sugar, fresh strawberries, and mango. Simple ingredients but when blended create a delicious, healthy, creamy, and appetizing smoothie. You can replace the coconut milk with any milk you prefer, but coconut milk enhances the flavor of this tropical smoothie.
How to make a tropical smoothie?
To make a tasty tropical smoothie, you’ll need tropical fruits, milk (coconut and almond are good in this recipe), you’ll need a sweetener, be it honey or sugar, and of course some ice. Usually, I blend the ingredients until smooth and then pour the smoothie in a glass full of ice.
However, you can add ice cubes in the blender with the rest of ingredients to get a thicker chilled tropical smoothie. Instead, you can freeze the fresh fruits and use them instead of the ice cubes. In both cases, you will get a perfectly chilled drink.
More smoothies Just for you
If you loved making Tropical Smoothie, you would fall in love with my Breakfast Energy Smoothie, it’s refreshing and has a hint of chocolate, it is what you need to stay energized early morning. In case you want to have something more festive with a dash of cinnamon, you better not miss Cantaloupe Smoothie Recipe. My strawberry Banana smoothie is quick to make and is a little similar to today’s tropical smoothie recipe.
Last but not least, make sure that the fruits you are using are in the season otherwise there will be a sour taste in your smoothie, and that can kill the whole experience.
Now, Let’s make some Tropical Smoothie!
Tropical Smoothie Recipe
- 1 cup strawberry chopped
- 2 cups fresh or frozen mango cubes
- ½ raw sugar you can use less if your fruits are fresh and sweet
- 1 cup coconut milk
- Add all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
- If you are using fresh fruits, then add four cubes of ice when blending.
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