Papaya Smoothie

Yesterday on Sunday, i woke up very late and very hungry. Din’t have much strength to prepare a proper breakfast for self, above that i was alone at home and feeling lazy to cook something for one person. So i decided to have some fruits first but then i thought of having a chilled glass of smoothie. Just a information for you all i am big fan of smoothie specifically green smoothie. I am sure most of you must be feeling revolting with a thought of green smoothie, but believe me its really very delicious, healthy and nutritious.

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Anyways, will talk about the benefits and some green smoothie recipe some other time. Lets talk what i actually had for breakfast. It’s a tasty Papaya Smoothie with some mango and banana. Combination of these 3 fruits make it so vibrant in color and amazing in taste. I know few of you might not like the thought of papaya, as its not every-bodies favorite fruits like mango. Still try it for the sake of the benefits papaya gives us like controlling blood glucose, lowering blood pressure and improving wound healing.

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Ingredients:

1/2 medium size papaya

1 large mango

1 banana

4-5 ice cubes (optional)

Instructions:

Peel and cut the papaya and mango as nice big chunks.

Put frozen banana in blender and give a pulse and than add other two cut fruits and blend.

(i used frozen banana, as i don’t like adding ice in my smoothie, u can use fresh banana and add ice to chill the drink)

Serve it fresh in a nice chilled glass.

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Cheers to the goodness of all three tropical fruits in a glass.

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