Easy Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe

I love smoothies because they are an easy, and fun way to incorporate fruit into your day (they are especially fun when you drink from a funky bottle or glass!). I’m aware this isn’t the most nutritious smoothie, but it’s delicious none the less and is a great treat. You will need some sort of smoothie maker/blender to make this (I use Kenwood smoothie2go).

1 1%2F4 cups graham cracker crumbs1%2F4 cup white sugar2 teaspoons ground cinnamon1%2F3 cup butter, melted2 (10 ounce) packages frozen sweetened sliced strawberries, thawed and drained1 tablespoon cornstarch3 (8 ounce) pac.jpg



Tropical Smoothie Recipe


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47 thoughts on “Easy Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe

    1. Thank you for your comment 😊. To be honest you can’t taste the banana. Banana’s just help to thicken it up and make the texture smooth. But you can add whatever fruit you like to be honest, if it comes out too thin you can add some oats to thicken it up

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