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What a great smoothie Syd. It is very tart and refreshing. A great wake me up. I used frozen wild strawberries and frozen diced mangos, followed the recipe exactly. I also added 1/2 cup more of the passion fruit juice to help grind the fruit and didn't need the ice. Truly a wonderful taste treat that reminds me of tropical dishes. Thank you so much for sharing.
I had some passion fruit juice to use up so we tried this recipe. It was too thick at first so I added some of the juice from the magos to thin it out, also added additional strawberries so the mango flavor was't too strong. It would be great for an on the go breakfast.
I loved this! The combination of fruit in this smoothie is wonderful - very refreshing and satisfying for breakfast. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful blend of flavours! I made this with canned mangoes - they're not currently in season here - and omitted the optional ice. I've made this for tomorrow's eat-in-the car breakfast which I'll be drinking from a Tupperware commuter mug, so the smoothie doesn't look as elegant as in the photographs. But it's undoubtedly just as tasty. The only change I made was to add about a cup of sunflower seeds - a favourite ingredient of mine in smoothies. I like that slight crunch. Thanks for sharing this recipe! Made for 1-2-3 Wonders!
Fabulous!! Great flavor combination and it was an instant pick-me-up in the morning. I didn't freeze the mango but the strawberries were frozen. Yummy~~
Excellent!!! Loved this. I made 1/4 of the recipe enough just for me! I didn`t need to freeze the mango's and it was cold enough. I did use chilled passion fruit juice. Thanks!
Wow, this is refreshing. Tastes great, my daughter loved it. So many great flavors together. Now I can get her to get all he fruit in because she won't sit down and eat a piece of fruit.More vitamins than orange juice. Thanks so much I'll be making this often.