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Yummy! These were great. Note: This recipe really makes enough for 4 servings.

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AB_Fan June 27, 2007

This was a great smoothie! We took the leftovers (couldn't drink the whole thing) and froze them into popcycles. I used frozen mango and pineapple so I didn't use any ice. I added a little water just to help out the blender. This was very good!

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Mulligan June 23, 2007

Loved this! I had some beautiful Champagne mangos to use, and I used a bottle of mango nectar for the juice (I only had about 10 oz, so I topped it off with cold water to make the two cups, figuring that the nectar and fruit would make the drink thick enough). Of course, this would be excellent as a base for an "adult beverage" too. We'll definitely be enjoying this one again. Thanks for posting!

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Muffin Goddess June 22, 2007

Delicious, felt almost transported to the tropics. DD (toddler) likes it as well. A tad on the sweet side using mango nectar even when I added less and a bit of water another time. I use good quality frozen mango, no ice out of preference and a good quality canned crushed pineapple. It was a slight bit stringy from the pineapple.But another time I made it with fresh pineapple and it was fine. Originally made for Cook-a-thon for Sharon123 in KK's forum.

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UmmBinat April 07, 2012
Mango Piña Smoothie