Tropical Fruit Smoothie

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

 

Tropical Smoothie Recipe

In our house, we love smoothies like our healthy strawberry smoothie. They always seem to be quick and easy on busy mornings or cool and refreshing in the afternoons by the pool.

Making a smoothie takes like no effort and is packed with all kinds of nutrition and antioxidants.

Recently we came up with the recipe for a tropical smoothie and it is a winner in our book, so we decided to share it with all of you so you can enjoy it too!

 

Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

Serves: 1

Prep time: 5 minutes

Total time: 5 minutes

 

Ingredients for Tropical Fruit Smoothie

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

1 cup milk

½ cup orange juice

1 banana

2 cups frozen tropical fruit of your choice

 

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How to Make this Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe

Smoothies are so easy to make, but they are packed with nutrients so they make a great quick breakfast!

To start out, you’ll want to grab a great blender.

Add in the milk, banana, orange juice, and fruit. Blend until there are no more chunks of fruit and the mixture is completely smooth. Give your smoothie a shake and blend one more time to make sure you didn’t miss anything.

Pour the smoothie into a cup and enjoy!

 

Tips and Tricks for Tropical Smoothie Recipe

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.
  1. You can use any tropical fruit that you want! I like to use pineapple, mango, peaches, and oranges in my smoothie. You can also throw in a few strawberries or your favorite berry if that sounds good to you!
  2. To get a smooth perfect smoothie, you’ll need a great blender. There’s a lot of options out there but I really like this Ninja blender. It comes with several speeds and it has blades that go completely up the blender to make sure no pieces get missed!
  3. If you are always on the go during your busy mornings, you have to try this cup. You can pour your smoothies in and keep them cool and safe from spills as you head out the door. Plus, it comes in such a cute style and lots of different color options.
  4. If you need a bit of added sweetness, squeeze in a few teaspoons of honey. It’ll add a bit of balance without adding any sugar!
  5. I like to use frozen fruit, but you can substitute fresh fruit if that’s what you have around. If you are using fresh fruit, you’ll want to add ½ cup of ice as well!

 

Can I save the leftovers of this smoothie?

You can save the leftovers, but they won’t last long in the fridge. They may last about a day or so if kept in a sealed container in your refrigerator.

Your best bet is to freeze the rest of your smoothie in an ice cube tray and keep your cubes in a sealed freezer bag. When you are making your next smoothie you can add the cubes in and they’ll be great!

 

Are tropical fruit smoothies good for you?

Good for you is somewhat subjective, but this smoothie definitely has some great nutrients for you!

Depending on the fruit you choose to add, you’ll get a great dose of potassium, folate, vitamin B-6, protein, fiber, and other vitamins! You can feel good about making this a good start to your morning.

 

Does it matter what milk I use?

Not at all! Use whatever milk that you have in your fridge, or whatever your preference is in your smoothies.

I like to use 1% milk, but you could use anything you’d like. You could also use almond milk or other milk substitutes but just be aware of any added sweeteners that may affect the flavor.

 

Share with us in the comments how your Tropical Fruit Smoothie turns out! And tag us on Instagram with a picture of your recipe! We would love to see it!

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

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Yield: 1

Tropical Fruit Smoothie

Tropical Fruit Smoothie

You’ll feel like you’re sipping a drink on the beach with this tropical fruit smoothie! Even better, it will be ready in just a few minutes with almost no preparation.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup milk
  • ½ cup orange juice
  • 1 banana
  • 2 cups frozen tropical fruit of your choice

Instructions

    To start out, you’ll want to grab a great blender.

    Add in the milk, banana, orange juice, and fruit. Blend until there are no more chunks of fruit and the mixture is completely smooth. Give your smoothie a shake and blend one more time to make sure you didn’t miss anything.

    Pour the smoothie into a cup and enjoy!

 

Don’t forget to save this Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe on Pinterest so you can find it next time you are looking for a smoothie with a burst of flavor!

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