Happy Monday everyone! I have a confession to make: We’re living off of smoothies and Chipotle burrito bowls. It’s true. That’s what survival mode looks like in this house. And I’m not complaining, it was a pretty indulgent weekend for us. I’ll write more another day soon, will share an update on Carlos and our lives. But for today, I hope you enjoy this- my perfect summertime smoothie! xx- Sarah
MANGO TURMERIC SMOOTHIE
- 1 cup frozen mango
- 1 cup frozen pineapple
- 1/2 cup coconut milk
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric (more to taste)
- 1/2 cup water
- coconut flakes and goji berries to granish (optional but suggested!)
- In a blender combine mango, pineapple, coconut milk, turmeric and water.
- Blend until smooth and thick, adding additional turmeric to taste and water to reach your desired consistency.
- Top with coconut flakes and goji berries.
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It looks amazing!!!
So good! mango has been my old time favourite fruit!
This is perfect! Ever since I started to eat healthier, I have been having a hard time consuming enough food to keep my energy levels up during my workouts. My yoga teacher suggested bananas and mangos, many many a day. I’ve been collecting all the recipes I can get my hands on that include both of those fruits because I don’t want to get sick of them too quickly!
Thank you, thank you!
Hi Sarah, I have been thinking about you, your husband and Carlos many times this past week. Sending you wishes for peace during this difficult time. The pictures you posted of Carlos are full of dignity and love. He looks so very comfortable. I admire all of you so much. Love and hugs.
Oooo I bet this is so refreshing, like a sorbet!
Funny that you would post a frozen drink. I was contemplating emailing you to volunteer my unique smoothie recipes as a contributor, (but I’m right in the middle of trying to get my blog off the ground so maybe we’ll connect in the future) anyway, it makes me happy to see that you’re indulging in some sweet frozen fruity treats! I had a quick question too: You’re one of the few bloggers that don’t use a spam blocking tool for commenting (I don’t right now either) do you get an insane amount of spam comments a day? I feel like it’s 7:3 spam to real peeps commenting on our blog, but I’m reluctant to use a plug-in that makes you type in funky looking numbers because I dislike them myself. Any advice?
Try adding coconut water instead of regular water! It won’t affect flavor drastically, but it will alter consistency and offer you great nutritional benefits!
This looks amazing, loving the tropical sound of mango and coconut!
Thanks for posting! Have been ‘checking in’ on you every day and was starting to get worried! Love to you all xo
Sending hugs your way! I love the goji berries on top 🙂
I’ve been really into smoothies lately because I’m trying to lose weight and want to get the nutrition from ingredients like soy milk, hemp seeds, & fruit. I’ve been thinking of ways to add turmeric to my diet every day, so this is a great idea. Thank you!
I’m curious what flavor profile that turmeric will have with mango? I’ve had it before in Indian dishes but never by itself, how would you best describe it’s flavor in this smoothie.? Ps I hope all is well with your family, check out an older podcast from this American life to hear how a daughter dealt with hospice and end of life care. Cheers and well wishes.
Here is the link I found it very helpful since I just lost my Oma last year.
This looks so refreshing! I never thought to add turmeric to a smoothie! Definitely going to try this!
Soooo delicious. I want to make it by myself
love this recipe! sounds amazing!
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It looks so yummy! 🙂
Mmm… the sweet and the spicy really do bring out the best in each other (like carrot and cayenne). Great recipe! Thanks for sharing!
Looks so delicious. I’ve never had tumeric before but looks like it’s time to try it out!
Very tasty. I love the kick that the ginger gives this smoothie.