Tropical Fruit Smoothie...mmm

READY IN: 15mins
Recipe by ieatfoOOod

Simple, cool, refreshing, delish. Prep time does not include freezing time.

Top Review by Susiecat too

I liked this smoothie. The coconut milk made it very rich and creamy. I did, however, use light coconut milk instead of regular. I thought the pineapple flavor was the dominant one, and being a mango fanatic, I will probably add two mangoes next time just to boost their flavor. I also added some ice to make the drink more frosty. Thanks, ieatfoOOod! Made for PAC Spring 2008

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Chill can of coconut milk in the fridge.
  2. Open can of pineapple and place two to three chunks of pineapple into each square of ice cube tray, pour remaining juice into tray over the chunks. Freeze until solid.
  3. Peel mango and chop into pineapple chunk sized cubes and freeze in a ziplock bag or plastic freezer container.
  4. Once fruits are frozen, pulse in food processor or blender until you have small, fine bits. I use six pineapple cubes and 1/4 of the mango per serving.
  5. Add coconut milk until desired consistency and add brown sugar.
  6. Leave leftover fruits in freezer for next time and leave coconut milk in a sealed jar in the fridge for future use.
  7. I have also added one frozen banana to the mix and/or a handful of frozen strawberries.

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