Mango Banana Papaya Smoothie recipe – since the king of fruits is still in season, here’s an easy and tasty mango banana papaya smoothie. The goodness of all three favorite tropical fruits in a glass.
Smoothies are a great way to start your day and especially good after a workout or an exercise or a swim. In this smoothie, you will taste a bit of all three fruits. There is no need to add sugar or any other sweetener while making this smoothie. I used very sweet alphonso mangoes and even the organic papaya also turned out to be very sweet so I didn’t used any sugar. Plus bananas are also sweet.
If you add some milk or yogurt while making the smoothie, then you need to add some sweetener. You can also include naturally sweet dry fruits, like dates or dry figs in the smoothie instead of sugar or honey.
Smoothies are a nice way to include fruits in your diet. they also act as detox for the system. Many health conscious people prefer to start their day with fruits. There are variety of ways to easily include fruits in our diet. E.g. You can make fruit salad, chaat, smoothies, Milkshakes and juices.
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Mango Banana Papaya Smoothie
- ½ of a medium sized papaya
- 2 large alphonso mangoes or any sweet variety of mango
- 2 medium sized bananas
- 4 to 5 ice cubes (optional)
- Peel and chop the fruits
- Liquidize or blend all in a blender.
- Pour in glasses and serve mango banana papaya smoothie immediately.
- Add ice cubes if required.
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