How to Make a Tropical Papaya Smoothie!!!

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How to Make a Tropical Papaya Smoothie!!! Recipe
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Peel, seed and chop up half a papaya. Notice how cool nature is to assign a star shape to the centre!! How pretty!

Peel, seed and chop up half a papaya. Notice how cool nature is to assign a star shape to the centre!! How pretty!

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'Naartjie' is South African for satsuma. Peel your satsuma and either put it through the juicer or throw it in the blender as such. Add a peeled banana, because what is a smoothie without one??!

'Naartjie' is South African for satsuma. Peel your satsuma and either put it through the juicer or throw it in the blender as such. Add a peeled banana, because what is a smoothie without one??!

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Apart from lemon being a wonder fruit, it helps to balance out acidity of fruit which naturally has lots of (good) sugars.

Apart from lemon being a wonder fruit, it helps to balance out acidity of fruit which naturally has lots of (good) sugars.

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I added rice milk to make it slightly creamier and give it a vanilla flavour, but it is a matter of taste. The flax seed is full of healthy oils - great for skin and hair!!

I added rice milk to make it slightly creamier and give it a vanilla flavour, but it is a matter of taste. The flax seed is full of healthy oils - great for skin and hair!!

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Adding some more African flavour, the superfood powders are always a hit for me. An extra boost of nutrients if you would. Stick to a tropical, fruity one like the Baobab, CamuCamu or Lacuma.

Adding some more African flavour, the superfood powders are always a hit for me. An extra boost of nutrients if you would. Stick to a tropical, fruity one like the Baobab, CamuCamu or Lacuma.

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After chopping up all the fruit i squeezed half a lemon into the blender. Love this wooden press - it's comfortable and works really well whilst still being all natural!!

After chopping up all the fruit i squeezed half a lemon into the blender. Love this wooden press - it's comfortable and works really well whilst still being all natural!!

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Pop all the chopped fruit, powder, seeds and juice into your blender in any order. It's going to get mixed up anyway! For a thinner smoothie, add some water.

Pop all the chopped fruit, powder, seeds and juice into your blender in any order. It's going to get mixed up anyway! For a thinner smoothie, add some water.

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Blend away!! I like to drink my smoothie without bits so i blend on a high setting, long enough to make it creamy and smooth.

Blend away!! I like to drink my smoothie without bits so i blend on a high setting, long enough to make it creamy and smooth.

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Pour your fresh tropical delight into a glass, garnish with a slice of lemon or orange, dust with vanilla powder if you'd like and viola!! Enjoy!!!

Pour your fresh tropical delight into a glass, garnish with a slice of lemon or orange, dust with vanilla powder if you'd like and viola!! Enjoy!!!

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I made my smoothie as an on-the-go shake so i popped it into a shake bottle and drank it at my conference!! Breakfast in a bottle!!!

I made my smoothie as an on-the-go shake so i popped it into a shake bottle and drank it at my conference!! Breakfast in a bottle!!!

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Please please feel free to comment with opinions, ideas, extras and alternatives!!! Would love to hear from you!!!

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