Peach Mango Smoothie Recipe

Peach Mango Smoothie Recipe
      
     

Smoothies are an efficient and easy way to get a daily dose of fruit and dairy. Because smoothies can be made with almost any fruit, you can make them taste just the way you like.

This smoothie can make a quick breakfast drink or can be served with our pikelets with caramelised banana.

One serve of this recipe represents 11% of the recommended daily energy intake of an average person.

This recipe is low fat, low sodium and a good source of protein.

Energy per 100g:

222kJ - 53Cal

Fat per 100g:

1.1g

   

This recipe serves 2.

 
   

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups low fat milk
  • 2 peaches, peeled and sliced
  • ½ mango, sliced
  • ½ cup low fat yoghurt
  • 8 ice cubes

Method:

  1. Place all ingredients in blender and blend until combined.
  2. Serve immediately in your favorite glass.

Nutrition Panel:

Servings:

2

Serving size:

452g

 

Average Serve

Average 100g

Energy

1000

kJ

222

kJ

 

239

Cal

53

Cal

Protein

18.9

g

4.2

g

Fat, total

4.8

g

1.1

g

- saturated

3.0

g

0.7

g

Carbohydrate

28.0

g

6.2

g

- sugars

26.5

g

5.9

g

Sodium

150

mg

33

mg


Recipe Suggestions:

Extra Stuff:

Delicious served with pikelets and caramelized bananas or on its own.

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This recipe was developed by Sharrelle Haywood.

Sharrelle Haywood is our Food Editor at weightloss.com.au. Her commitment and passion are to make recipes tasty, healthy and nutritious by using ingredients which most people have in their pantry or kitchen.

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