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Wow!! This was my first attempt ever at making a smoothie.....and boy, was I impressed with my efforts! Made for me and my BF for breakfast this morning. Fast, easy, creamy, smooth, and wonderfully tropical! I cut the recipe in half, used vanilla yogurt and went just a little light on the amount of water added. Oh, and I ran out of milk....so used a blend of milk and half & half! (I don't think that hurt anything except my waistline!) Thanks so much for sharing this delightful breakfast treat!

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FolkDiva August 25, 2009

Great recipe for a really delicious smoothie. Just the right amount for two people and it made a wonderful breakfast treat this morning. I used golden mangoes and I used peaches (vs. the papaya) and coconut water (with peach and mango flavor added) vs. the orange juice. Can't wait to make this smoothie again. Made for the Beverage Tag, 2015.

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Nancy's Pantry March 21, 2015

I scaled this recipe down to make two servings this morning for breakfast. It was wonderful!!! I made one slight change, and that was to use half orange juice and half organic coconut pineapple juice blend. The coconut upped the calories and fat just a little...but not enough to care. All the tropical flavors blend so well together... This is one smoothie recipe I will keep on hand for when I am craving something sweet. Thanks so much for posting this very tasty recipe. Made and reviewed for the 44th AUS/NZ Recipe Swap.

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Chef Buggsy Mate September 14, 2010

What a fantastic combination of flavors. This really was a tropical delight. I also did not use the water, but I did substitute iced green tea instead. I will be making this often. Made for Everyday's a Holiday Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! August 24, 2009

This was a meal in its self. Used frozen bananas, a few ice cubes and skipped the water. Thick and YUMMY! Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT5 Family Picks.

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Galley Wench June 08, 2009

Oh my goodness, this was heavenly! I scaled the recipe by a third, used almond milk and vanilla yogurt. I felt like I was in the islands! Thanks! Made for the Tempting Caribbean Desserts challenge-ZWT 2009(The Epicurean Queens).

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Sharon123 May 27, 2009
Tropical Smoothies