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Tropical Smoothie Recipe

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This Tropical Smoothie Recipe brought to you by Florida Department of Citrus. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Domestically Speaking.

One of my goals for this new year is to incorporate more fruits and vegetables into my diet and my kiddos as well.  I feel like I start off the school year doing so well and then somewhere over the holidays we get off track. So many of our days are go-go-go, so quick and easy ways to add fruit into our day is my goal.  My family loves smoothies!  I love making them for breakfast, an after school snack, an evening pick-me-up after their game before they need to tackle their homework.  There are so many smoothie options you can make with 100% Florida Orange Juice.  Here’s one of our favorites.

Tropical Smoothie with 100% Florida Orange Juice, Pineapple, Mango and Banana

Tropical Smoothie

Tropical Smoothie

2 cups of your favorite 100% Florida Orange Juice

1/2 cup ice

1/2 frozen banana

1/2 cup mango

1/2 cup pineapple

protein powder (optional)

Place ingredients in blender.  I pulse on the ice crush setting about 10 times, then blend on high for about another 10 seconds.

Tropical Smoothie with 100% Florida Orange Juice, Pineapple, Mango and Banana

This recipe makes three 8 oz servings.

Our usual weekday breakfast is a protein (usually turkey bacon), a carb (slice of toast) and a glass of orange juice.  I love that an 8 ounce glass of 100% Florida Orange Juice is loaded with vitamin C and is a great source of potassium and folate.

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I also love that there’s no added sugar.

Tropical Smoothie

Is your family a smoothie lovin’ family too?

What’s your favorite smoothie using 100% Florida Orange Juice?

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