Pineapple, Mango and Banana Smoothie

This pineapple, mango and banana smoothie is a simple breakfast idea – just throw it all in a blender and off you go! 

What better way to brighten up your Tuesday than with a pineapple, mango and banana tropical smoothie? It’s grey and dull over here in the UK so I’ve ‘hopped’ over to Angola and created this smoothie inspired by the breakfast there.

Pineapple, mango and banana smoothie

In Angola you’d be eating a plateful of mangoes, bananas and pineapple slices for breakfast. I should definitely take a leaf out of their super healthy book – anyone else?!

I guess it’s due to all the sun they have and the fact they can grow all this delicious fruit on their own land. Of course we usually have access to all these fruits in the supermarket but Covid19 is making that a lot harder lately. I managed to get these from an Asda delivery (very lucky to get a slot). I hope you are all managing well.

I’m so glad summer is on the way though so we can all get out in our back gardens (if we have one – hopefully local parks will open again soon) and enjoy a cold glass of…smoothie! I don’t drink, ha!

Pineapple, mango, banana, natural yoghurt & ice cubes

I hope this brightens up your day a little and brings a taste of Angola to your front room! It has given me all the summer vibes! 

Things to consider before blending – 

  • Of course you’ll need some sort of blender to make the smoothie bowl. I use a nutri-bullet as I just love how powerful they are!

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The Recipe

Pineapple, mango and banana smoothie

  • Serves: 1
  • Difficulty: Easy

A tropical smoothie inspired by the Angolan breakfast - super quick, easy and healthy too.

What you will need

  • 1/4 pineapple cut into chunks + a slice for decoration
  • 1/2 mango, diced
  • 1 banana, sliced
  • 3 dessert spoons of natural yoghurt
  • 2 ice cubes

Method

  • 11. Cut all your fruit and place into a blender.
  • 22. Add the yoghurt and ice cubes and blend until smooth.
  • 33. Decorate with a slice of pineapple and enjoy!

Fancy eating more Angolan food? Try these:

Lunch/dinner: This peanut-y slow-cooker chicken muamba

Dessert: We all need a slice of my peanut cake with caramel buttercream right now!

See my post on how to eat like an Angolan for more information on what you would eat over there!

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