Monday, 9 June 2014


We’re currently having the kitchen decorated at home so I can’t get to the oven. However, I’d still like to give you a recipe that’s worthy of the blog and one I’ve been enjoying every morning. Frozen fruit is the best thing for smoothies. It’s cheap, lasts long and keeps them ice cold and refreshing. Frozen mango is the one I’m always adding lately and firstly found it worked beautifully with pear. We had some nectarines in the fruit basket though and I decided to plonk one in with the mango and the result was a winner. The soft flesh gives the smoothest texture and the tartness gives the a punchy after taste. Healthy breakfast at its tastiest.

2 bananas, peeled and roughly chopped
1 pear or apple, chopped around the core
A handful of frozen mango
1 nectarine, peeled and squeezed from the stone

Put all the ingredients in a blender with enough cold water to come half way up the fruit. Blitz until thick and smooth and bubbling, then drink down this sweet morning treat. 

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