Mango Papaya Strawberry Smoothie with Micro Greens

This refreshing Strawberry Mango Papaya Smoothie is full of fresh tropical fruit, berries and milk: the perfect healthy breakfast to start your day on a healthy note. Ideal for busy mornings!

For those who wants a sip of tropical paradise, this mango papaya drink hits the spot. 

The starting of this summer season, warm weather (already!!) and by looking at mangoes, hmm.. I am craving for more feel good smoothies and juices with fresh fruits like mango, banana, strawberries, watermelon, cantaloupe.. they are so refreshing and full of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.

How to Make Mango Papaya Strawberry Smoothie

As the name suggests, this is a fruit-filled drink. I added few mint leaves for little punch and few home grown micro greens (I couldn’t resist adding them when I see them). And you really don’t need much more to pull this smoothie together. Fresh fruit and berries are sweet on their own but sometimes they may not sweet enough, so for sweetness I added a little honey, you may replace it with agave nectar or brown sugar or maple syrup or simply a date to make more nutritious.

Just Blend away all the ingredients into a smooth, creamy texture and there you have it: a clean, healthy and nutritious morning drink. In fact, this is really a dump-and-go recipe.

Other Smoothie Add-Ins

You can easily customize this fruit smoothie with other healthy additions. Here are some ingredients that will increase the health benefits and flavor of your mango papaya and strawberry smoothie:

  • Flaxseed meal
  • Spinach or other greens
  • Greek yogurt (or dairy-free yogurt)
  • Nutmeg
  • Chia seeds

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

How to make Mango Papaya Strawberry Smoothie

PREP TIME: 10 MINS

COOK TIME: 0 MINS

TOTAL TIME: 10 MINS

COURSE: DRINKS AND BEVERAGES

SERVES : 3

Ingredients

  • mango – 1/2 cup
  • papaya – 3/4 cup
  • strawberries – 6
  • milk – 3/4 cup
  • coconut water – 3/4 cup
  • mint leaves – 6-8
  • honey – 1 tbsp or 1 medjool date
  • micro greens – few
  • hemp seeds – 1 tbsp
  • cinnamon powder – 2 pinches

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
  • Adjust the amount of milk (or add ice) and coconut water depending on desired consistency, if needed.
  • To serve— pour smoothie into a glass. You may grab a straw.
  • Sprinkle some more hemp seeds and micro greens.
  • Store any leftovers in the refrigerator, tightly sealed or in a covered mason jar or any glass bottle, ensuring that you drink it within the same day for best taste and consistency.
  • Sip and enjoy!

Tips

  1. Vegans can replace the milk by plant-based milk like almond or soy and replace honey with agave nectar or maple syrup or sugar or brown sugar.
  2. If coconut water is not available, you may add regular water.
  3. Adjust the fruit and liquid consistencies as you like.
  4. You may omit adding mint leaves and micro greens and add just fruit.
  5. You may also add other ingredients like chia seeds, flax meal, veggies, leafy greens, nut butters, agave nectar, sugar.
  6. Hemp seeds can be replace by sunflower seeds or walnuts.

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