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Vegan Tropical ( Sub -Tropical) Smoothie

As I said in my last post that I’m trying various juices and smoothies, here I come with Vegan Tropical ( sub tropical) Smoothie.

Thinking why Tropical and Sub tropical ? I added Orange juice in this. So orange comes in tropical or sub tropical? That’s a confusion . When I started to blog, I didn’t know that its a continuous learning process. Right from origin of the dish and different name of ingredients, am still learning. Before I post a dish I research about any details of ingredients I used. It’s a good thing , right? To keep yourself educated.

Now to the recipe, I call this Vegan because most of the smoothie recipes uses milk or yogurt as base . But here I used Coconut water. Do you think what happened to this Girl. Even last post she used Coconut Water? Yes I’m like obsessed with coconut water. Coming from the land of Coconut trees I love anything Coconut. Though I miss the real taste of Coconut water I’m at least convinced that i could get it in cartons. Using Coconut water also gives you the refreshing feeling.Try it , you will thank me later.


I used the fruits I had in my hand. You can always try your imagination. I give for serving One in this recipe. If you are making this for more people adjust ingredients accordingly.

Do you have any drinks which you tried recently and loved.

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INGREDIENTS

Orange juice – 1/4 cup ( freshly squeezed)

Mango chunks – 2 tbsn

Banana  – 1 small

Coconut water​ – 1/2 cup or as required

Sugar – 1 tbsn

Salt – a pinch

METHOD

  • Squeeze juice from 3 small oranges and keep aside.
  • Peel mango skin and cut into chunks.
  • In a blender take  1/2 of orange juice,mango, banana, sugar and a pinch of salt.
  • Pulse it for 30 seconds.
  • Pour remaining orange juice and blend it for another 30 seconds.
  • Pour it in a bowl. Add required coconut water.
  •  Best served chilled.

 

 

 

NOTES

  1. I have given here recipe for single serving. So adjust ingredients accordingly to number of servings you make.
  2. You can adjust the amount of fruits you add to your preference.
  3. I didn’t strain the juice after blending. So there were banana chunks little bit. You can strain if you like.

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37 Comments

  1. mydaintysoul

    Beautiful one! Tropical vibe..:-)

  2. perfect for a summer day!!

    1. Indeed.. Thank you dear 😊

  3. I would call this totally tropical. The addition of coconut water sounds refreshing. Have you ever tried using coconut milk in your “milk based” smoothies?

    1. Thank you dear 😊..ya I have one… Check out http://www.lathiskitchen.org/2017/01/19/pina-colada-non-alcoholic/. In this I used coconut milk.

  4. Lisa

    Looks delicious! Perfect for the Arizona summer heat!

  5. I love making smoothies for breakfast… I never would’ve thought to use coconut water. Thanks so much!

    1. Thank you 😊..try this.. you will be surprisingly pleased. Let me know when you try 😊

  6. Healthy smoothie recipe for kids back from school…Looks delicious Lathiya….

    1. Thank you dear 😊..true it’s a treat for kids after school 😊

  7. Love the pictures. Very healthy Smoothie with vegan option. Too good

    1. Thank you so much 😊…I was experimenting..but came out so good 😊

  8. Delicious Lathiya 🙂 Totally refreshing!

  9. This looks and sounds amazing!! Hopefully I will find more recipes like this when I venture into the vegan world lol

  10. Do you have something other than coconut water to suggest for those that don’t like coconut water?

    1. You can substitute with soda, though I’m not sure about taste.

  11. Yummy! I am not vegan, but this looks healthy and refreshing!
    http://www.clairebearblogs.com

    1. Thank you 😊.. let me know when you try😊

  12. Love drinks like this, thank you!

    1. My pleasure 😊 glad you liked it.

  13. This is a fantastically refreshing beverage! Delicious and healthy too! Thank you for bringing it to #CookBlogShare:)

    1. Thank you Monika…😊it’s a great opportunity..my pleasure 😊

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  17. This looks delicious, Lathiya! I agree, it is an ongoing learning experience. I am excited to co-host with you too!

  18. I enjoy a smoothie a couple times a week and I’m always looking for another recipe. I often buy a package of frozen mango/banana/strawberries – I’m sure I could use this. The strawberries would give it a “pinkish” color.

    1. I love the idea of adding strawberries…glad you liked it..thank you 😊

  19. Totally delicious. You’re right about coconut water – we often add that in our smoothies. I’ve never juiced my oranges before adding to a smoothie though (we usually just add them and blend) so I’ll try that next time. Thanks for bringing this to Fiesta Friday and thank you for co-hosting! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much…happy Fiesta Friday

  20. It sounds so refreshing, Lathi. Recently during my beach vacation, I got addicted to the smoothies sold at the boardwalk. I’m very happy to have this recipe so I can make my own. Thanks! Also, thanks for cohosting! #fiestafriday

    1. Glad you liked it Angie… thank you

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