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As a result of both my desire for fruit and wish to keep it fresh, I have turned to smoothies and the best part about it is that I can cut and freeze the fruit myself then use at my own discretion.
This smoothie has a great tropical taste, a lot of spring time freshness and a really good texture (from the flax seeds). It instantly perks up the rainy spring days. Also, if you wanted to add a little more tropical flavor and make it a little more pina colada you could add some cream of coconut and maybe some rum too.

Posted by MagicalGirlMaya from Dallas, Texas, United States • Published See MagicalGirlMaya's 206 projects »
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  • How to mix a mango smoothie. Pineapple Mango Smoothie  - Step 1
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    One of the many great things that the arrival of Spring has brought is the abundance of fresh fruits in the marketplace. I try to always to eat in season and local if I can get it (yes I’m one of those), so Spring is a big time for me. I tend to buy up every bit of produce I can get my hands on and just hope for the best. There are a lot of flaws with this plan, mainly that the fruits tend to spoil before I get a chance to enjoy them.

    Some of these portions may be off, I had to guestimate based on how I normally make it, but it’s about a handful each of the frozen fruits.

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