Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This Smoothie is so refreshing. It makes a great breakfast or afternoon treat!


  1. Place all ingredients in order listed into a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Serve imidiately.
Most Helpful

A great pick me up after spending the afternoon in the garden. I couldn't find the juice stated in the recipe in our local store when I shopped so used a pinapple & mango one. Also no fresh apricots so I used canned. Still a great drink...... so good in fact I made a second with a big spoon of greek yoghurt in it for some protein.
Made for Aus/NZ swap December 2011

Jen T December 08, 2011

Didn't even go looking for the Tropicana juice given on the ingredient list but used what I usually have onhand, which is a mango nectar! And forget the ice cubes, 'cause I most often get my frosty chill from frozen fruit, either frozen banana or, as in this case, frozen peaches & mango! Great tasting just the same, but I am looking forward to this coming summer & fall when . . . ! Thanks for sharing this great recipe! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Cookbook Tag]

Sydney Mike March 11, 2010

Will be making this again. What a hit this was with locally grown juicy peaches and apricots! I did add a splash of vanilla. Awesome, thank you! [Made and reviewed for Aus/NZ recipe swap #19 Aug 08].

CHILI SPICE August 10, 2008