Luscious Fruit Smoothie

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

This creamy, fruit drink is a delicious blend of pineapple, mango, and banana. Source: Better Homes and Gardens

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Drain pineapple, reserving juice.
  2. Cover and chill the juice.
  3. Peel mango and cut in half (cutting around seed).
  4. Remove seed; discard.
  5. Cut mango into chunks.
  6. Peel and slice banana.
  7. In a medium freezer-proof bowl combine pineapple, mango, and banana.
  8. Cover and freeze 2 hours or until firm.
  9. At serving time, in blender container combine reserved pineapple juice, frozen fruit, and pineapple yogurt.
  10. Blend until smooth.
  11. With blender running, add ice cubes, one at a time, through opening in lid.
  12. Add enough ice cubes to fruit mixture to equal a total fruit-ice measure of 4 cups.
  13. Blend until smooth.
  14. Serve immediately.
  15. Garnish with fresh mint and cubed mango, if desired.
Most Helpful

Delicious! I decided to recreate Toni's "mistake" and froze my fruitsthe day before. I also did not need to add ice. Absolutely wonderful flavor - my DD really enjoyed this and asked for it again! DS just drank it and hummed! Thank you for a terrific desertI can feel good about serving the kids! **Made for Beverage Tag January 2008**

Mommy Diva January 23, 2008

Very nice drink this is! I've been fortunate, I think, to find a nice, ripe mango now & then over the past several weeks, & was able to make this smoothie up just right! I'm not big on adding ice cubes to these kinds of drinks, but did add some, one at a time, until I got the taste I wanted! Thanks a lot for posting the recipe for this great-tasting drink!

Sydney Mike May 03, 2007

So surprised this smoothie has had so little attention as it was just wonderful. I could not find pineapple yogurt so plain nonfat yogurt was used instead. Slightly absentminded I planned to make this one afternoon and popped the fruit into the freezer and promptly forgot about it until the next morning. The result was a super frosty smoothie that did not need any ice cubes either for volume or consistency. Actually had to add a tablespoon of milk to get the immersion blender moving. Delicious!

justcallmetoni May 03, 2007