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Green Tea Fruit Smoothie Recipe

by Olutola


  • 1 cup of vanilla soy milk

  • 2 green tea bags (regular green tea or fruit green tea — I used grapefruit green tea from Republic of Tea)

  • 1 banana cut into a few pieces — toss in a baggie and drop off in the freezer for a half an hour or so (or up to a day ahead of time), so that the banana pieces are somewhere between nice and cold to actually frozen

  • 1 cup frozen mango chunks

  • Juice of one orange

  • Honey


Simmer the soy milk, just when it starts to boil, turn off the heat and steep the tea bags for 5 minutes. This can be done ahead of time and placed in the fridge for later in the day, so it’s already chilled when you want to make a smoothie.

Or, you can throw it in the freezer for a few minutes after steeping. Or have a not super cold smoothie — it all works. When I haven’t planned ahead of time, I just use the hot green tea soy milk and add a handful of ice cubes to the blender along with everything else.

Take the frozen mango chunks, orange juice, semi-frozen banana chunks, and green tea soy mixture and put in a blender. Add a bit of honey. I usually squeeze and count 1001, 1002. Blend. Pour. Taste. Add more honey if desired.

This can also be made with kiwi instead of the mango /orange juice combination. Do everything the same, except omit the mango/orange juice and instead, peel and cut up three kiwis. Add to the bag w/ the bananas and stick in the freezer. Yum… and the kiwi version is a delightful green color too!

The above recipe is low in fat and really tasty and refreshing, brings out a great color which is why I like it.

1.Use Frozen Fruit this wil make your smoothie to stay colder and thicker
2. Lower fat content to make it healthy
3.Add liquids first to prevent binding of frozen fruits thus getting stuck
4. If your smoothie is getting thinner add some ice cubes.

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