Simple Fresh Natural Homemade Real Fruit Smoothie

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I’ve tried McDonald’s real fruit smoothie and Naked Juice with coconut water smoothie before, but even thought both of them tastes different and some what good, I still want to try the real fresh fruit smoothie. So I went to get some fruits from the local supermarket and I really didn’t care about the calories in the beginning because I just want to create something that’s tasty. If you are not sure what to blend, I would suggest starting with the fruits that you normally like to eat first.

The color of this home made smoothie as you can see from the image it’s a bit reddish and the texture is very smooth with couple of small fruit seeds and small pieces of fruit skins. Also, the real fruit smoothie is very thick because there’s no added water or ice cubes. The aroma of this smoothie is pure fresh fruit. The first couple sips tasted a bit sour and crunch because of the small fruit seeds from kiwi and tomato. Even though the smoothie looks very thick, but it’s very easy to drink. In the beginning you couldn’t really taste any fruit flavors in the smoothie, but as you chuck down more, you could actually recognize the strawberry, apple, and a bit of tomato flavors in the smoothie. It wasn’t sweet at all because of the natural sugar from fruits and I didn’t put many sweet fruits in there to begin with.

The fruits that I used for this smoothie contains many vitamins and other beneficial minerals that will be good for your body. As for calories in this smoothie, I really didn’t add them up from each fruit, but I would say it’s probably between 300 to 400 calories. The most calories in this smoothie are from strawberries because on average each strawberry contains about 40 to 50 calories and the common vitamins contained in all these fruits are vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, C, E and K.

Ingredient for this real fruit smoothie:

1 Apple

1 Peach

1 Tomato

2 Kiwis

5 Strawberries

All you need to do is to chop each fruits into small cubes or parts first, then put them in the blender and start blend, grind, and shred. I love this smoothie that I made for myself in the morning for breakfast.  Try it out for yourself, if you don’t care about preparing those fruits before start blending.

Details

Price:  Homemade

Size:  16.9 Fl OZ / 500ml

Flavor:  Real Fruit

Aroma:  Fresh Fruit

Calories: 300 -400

Where to buy:  Homemade

Fruits: Strawberry, Apple, Peach, Kiwi, Tomato

2 Comments »

  • Stephanie Taylor

    Thanks for great article and recipes. I’ve been making homemade smoothies for years and I am always open to try some new recipes.

    Reply

    Steve

    You are welcome and maybe you should share some of your smoothie recipes with us.

    Reply

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