Morning Sunshine Smoothie

Are you a smoothie lover? If you're here, reading this, there's a chance that you are, which is awesome! I love smoothies so very much, and until today, I usually resort back to making a berry-based smoothie. So, the majority of my smoothies always turn out a pretty, pin color. But, I wanted to change things up a bit, so last time I went to the grocery store, I browsed the frozen fruit to see what I could find. I was so happy to get a bit out of my comfort zone on this recipe, because it tastes delicious, and brings me back to the times I was in Hawaii and Florida! Hope you enjoy!

Tropical Smoothies


2 C. Frozen Pineapple Chunks

2 C. Frozen Peaches

2 C. Frozen Mango

1 1/2 C. Almond Coconut Milk

1 C. Pineapple Coconut Juice

1/2 - 1 C. Vanilla Lowfat Yogurt

1-2 Tbsp Agave Syrup

Top with edible flowers, like Violets.

Frozen Fruits For A Smoothie

1.) Blend all ingredients together, on low to medium setting or your Smoothie setting on your blender.

2.) Serve in cute glasses or a big, glass jar and enjoy! These smoothies keep me incredibly full for hours, which I just love.

3.) Top with edible flowers. I chose violets, which I grew in my very own Food Photography Garden! This is the first post I have utilized my garden for, and I will also post more photos soon!

Tropical Smoothie
Tropical Smoothie