Pineapple Mango Smoothie
I had planned on making some cute fall sugar cookies for you yesterday. I also had royal icing transfers that I wanted to share with you on Tuesday. As you notice, it didn’t happen. I was sick. To be more accurate, I had food poisoning after eating cheesecake from a local restaurant. It wasn’t the wonderful treat I wanted it to be, but I’m better now. Still a weak, but I need to build my strength and energy so I feel totally normal and not like a tired old zombie. A pineapple-mango smoothie might help me get back on track.
If you think this looks good, believe me, it tastes even better. Maybe it is because I love pineapples, mangos and honey. So I guess it would make sense for me to love a pineapple-mango smoothie. Maybe you should make one for yourself so you can be the judge.
I am working hard to get back on track and I have baked some cute fall cookies for you and I will try to give you more than one (or two) templates on Tuesday to get my fall baking and planning back on schedule. I’ll get back on schedule soon because I don’t like being behind.
Supplies for Pineapple Mango Smoothie:
- 1 cup of orange juice
- 1 cup of fresh mango
- 2 cups of pineapple
- 1 banana
- 4 tablespoons of cream of coconut
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- Ice (optional)
I have really enjoyed creating smoothie recipes for all of us this summer. I hope I will get inspired by more gorgeous fruit next year. Smoothies are great for helping us get or recommended daily servings of fruit. I love fruit and I am determined to get healthy and hey, if drinking a pineapple-mango smoothie once a week will help with that, then I am all for it.
Here are some other smoothie and fruity drink recipes I hope you enjoy:
Honeydew Kiwi Lime Smoothie
Pomegranate Berry Smoothie
Pina Colada Smoothie
Blueberry Banana Smoothie
Food Network: 50 Smoothie Recipes
Anything pina colada-esque = love! This sounds amazing!
That looks magical! It looks like the perfect summertime beach vacation drink! I feel like you could close your eyes, take a sip of that and when you opened your eyes you’d be at some tropical beach.
Sorry to hear you got food poisoning, especially from a cheese cake. How awful to have something so wonderful turn into a nightmare. I hope you feel better soon. I’m sure the smoothie helped!
Your smoothie looks and sounds amazing …I think I’ll make one just to verify ;). Hope you are feeling better!
Really the best get well medicine if you ask me – I sure hope it makes you feel better! My girls are really into smoothies and they love both mango and pineapple, with the temps still into the high 90’s this is the perfect September treat!
This looks amazing! I cant wait to try it.
Hope you feel better soon. Food poisoning is the worst!
Mangos and pineapples are some of my favorite fruits, and they really can transport me to a nice, warm, tropical place. I’ll pull this recipe out in the dead of winter using some frozen fruit! Hope you’ve gotten over the food poisoning, and I can’t wait to see your upcoming posts ( especially the RI transfers!).
Love mangoes and coconut – will give this a try. Hope you feel better soon, food poisoning is the worst. Take it easy
Oh no -food poisoning is the worst! Hope you’re feeling better, Lisa 🙂
This smoothie sounds delicious!