der Klang von Zuckerwatte

Pineapple mango passion fruit smoothie


Summer incompatibility is an earnest topic. Outside the sun is shining and burns the world already in May… too hot to even lift a single finger. So you start your day holing up in the shadows and hide from the world. And the heat. Stay inside where it is cool and nice. Or at least cooler than outside. You barricade yourself in your living room and peek through the closed curtains to catch a glimpse of the beautiful, sunny, colorful world outside. How lovely it would be to play with the other big children outside! To meet with them at the beer garden or the open air pool, bathing in the sun and enjoying life under a perfect blue sky. Frightened you could miss something you take a few cautious steps outside in the late afternoon. Right under the parasol of course and not without a thick layer of sun screen.

When the heat gets almost unbearable again you can always refresh yourself with an ice cold smoothie like this one. The tropical local mix of fruit is the first real meal on this sunny day (didn’t I tell already that it really is to hot for everything?). And so you enjoy the perfect sweet-sour, energy giving refreshment until finally the long awaited thunderstorm arrives to cool down the world… and makes you almost feel like a human again. How wonderful!


Pineapple mango passion fruit smoothie

with extra almost no banana

Ingredients for 2 glasses (about 750 ml)

  • 1 apple
  • 1 pear
  • 1/2 pineapple
  • 1/2 mango
  • 1 passion fruit
  • 1/3 – 1/2 banana
  • 6 ice cubes

Gut the pineapple, the mango the apple and the pear into rough cubes. Roughly chop the banana. Scoop the seeds of the passionfruit. Squeeze the lime and put the juice with the other fruits into a blender. Add the ice cubes and mix everything on high speed for half a minute.

Divide in two glasses and enjoy ice cold.

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2 Kommentare zu “Pineapple mango passion fruit smoothie

  1. Jan says:

    I think I know what I’m going to buy later today. Along with an ice cube tray.

    1. Ylva Ylva says:

      That sounds great!
      If you don’t have a blender that can crush ice cubes you could just puree the fruit and put it into the fridge for a while. Not quite as quick and a little different in consistency, but still… 🙂

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