Mixed Tropical Papaya Fruit Smoothie #DairyFree

When I was a kid, I really didn’t like papayas. I mean I remember that there was a papaya tree in our yard at one time and no matter how my mom served it, I just didn’t like it. Maybe if she had served as part of this creamy frozen smoothie I would have lapped it up. Who knows? But my 4 year old loves this smoothie! The 10 month old noshes on pieces of papaya for a tasty snack.

This refreshing mixed tropical papaya smoothie is creamy, tasty and oh so good.



It’s funny how things change. This smoothie was a result of culinary experimentation and childhood nostalgia. Oh by the way, if you have never seen a papaya before, this is what it looks like:

papaya

Green to yellowish/orange  skin gives way to orange fruit inside in a ripe papaya with the cutest olive green seeds. Papaya is a tropical fruit. It’s packed with vitamin C and can even be used as a meat tenderizer and aids in digestion.

Mixed tropical papaya smoothie 2 (small) This smoothie is so rich and creamy, you won’t even know that it’s dairy-free. Here’s the quick and easy recipe.

Mixed Tropical Papaya Smoothie #DairyFree
 
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This dairy-free tropical papaya smoothie is perfect for on a warm day. You can even try it as a popsicle.
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Recipe type: Beverage
Serves: 2-4
Ingredients
  • 2 cups or ½ ripe papaya (seeds removed)
  • 1 banana (frozen)
  • 1 cup or fruit of one mango (frozen)
  • ½ can of 13.5 oz can coconut milk (chilled)
  • 1 tsp vanilla
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients into blender and blend until smooth
  2. Pour and enjoy immediately

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Comments

  1. cynthiamurdoch says:

    I’ve just pinned this – it looks so good – what better refreshment for a summer day!

  2. Sounds good. I love smoothies! And if it’s tropical, it’s even better. Visiting from the SITS FB group

  3. Sounds delicious as well as very good for you too! Love the gorgeous colour. Pinned :-)

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