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We loved this!! I used half a can of pineapple chunks and its juice instead of peaches and just plain orange juice instead of the mango-orange juice(didn't have any of either ingrediant on hand). Will make many mornings to come. And this is very "basic," you can add/subtract fruits you prefer or have around the house.
We enjoyed trying your basic smoothie recipe in
different ways. The first time we made it with
tropical fruits, papaya, mango, canned and orange
juice. Other times we just used what we had around
the house...which is usually ripe bananas and strawberries, our family likes to add a couple of
teaspoons of vanilla and we sprinkle it with a bit
of cinnamon powder just to give it an extra kick.
Another possibility is making it with milk instead
of water, this is great when you do not have time
to have a sit-down meal. Good basic recipe. Thank
This recipe is a nice starting point... it's got a good balance between ice fruit and juice. I used 1 peach 1/2 quart of strawberries 1 small banana 1/2 cup of orange pineapple juice and a handful of ice. It turned out well!
As the name states, it's a BASIC recipe. I hate seeing people lower a recipe's rating because they don't know how to cook. This recipe is perfect as a starting point to alter to one's tastes. Try different fruits, different juices, different amounts of everything to your taste. Another alternative is to add vanilla flavored soy milk for a hint of vanilla or cream. But remember, if you alter a recipe too much, don't blame the recipe, blame the cook. ;)