Pineapple-Mango Smoothie/Hot Weather Cooling’s

Can you believe that Spring has come and is almost gone already? My word, Doesn’t time fly? It seems like only yesterday that we were anxious for the winter season to be over; alas, summer is almost here. Of course, we all know that when it gets hotttttttt, it is hot indeed, but we dear not wish to not have summers; after all, it is a time for great fun and memorable adventures. So I have decided to make it my duty to post weekly delicious heart-healthy juices and smoothies that you can try to cool you down this summer. This, of course, will be separate from my regular blogs. So if you have not subscribed or started following this blog yet…..wellllps, what are you waiting for? Please do so now; thank you.

So today’s post was inspired by my three years old sons. I gave him two options for his choice of smoothies for the day: a strawberry banana smoothie (red) or a pineapple-mango smoothie (yellow), and instead of choosing one, he wanted both, so I obliged.

Mind you, when my son said he wanted both smoothies, he was not talking about me combining all the fruits to make one smoothie; he wanted to see both colors. But of course, why make mommy’s job any easier? And lucky for you, you too get a two-in-one recipe that you can combine to make one delicious drink or separate to get a similar result. I guarantee that you will love the taste and you will be refreshed. What you see below is the result of his request.

Strawberry Banana Smoothie/Pineapple Mango Smoothie

Pineapple-Mango Smoothie Recipe

1/2 cup sliced frozen mango

1/2 cup cut frozen pineapples

small piece of peeled ginger

2 tbsp. lemon juice

1/4 cups coconut water

Strawberry Smoothie Recipe

1 cup frozen strawberries

1/2 banana


4 Medjool dates

1 tablespoon Grounded flaxseed (Flaxseeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acid, fiber, and numerous health benefits).

1/3 cups coconut water

Combine ingredients in blender or nutribullet and blend. Ensure that your consistency is thick so that when you add both contents to the container, it will remain separated. If it is too thick, then add a little more coconut water.

I got almost 42 ounces.

It does not matter which color you choose to add first; just tap into your creative genius and do you.


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