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Coconut Fruit Smoothie
Prepared by Sarah Shilhavy, Photo by Jeremiah Shilhavy

Servings: 1
Preparation Time: 10 minutes

  • 1 cup coconut milk or regular whole milk
  • 1/2-1 whole banana
  • 1/4 cup frozen fruit: berries, peaches, etc.
  • 2 tablespoons fresh ground flax seeds
  • 2 tablespoons fresh ground nuts: almonds, pecans, etc
  • 1 tablespoon dry coconut (flakes, etc.)
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil, melted

Place all ingredients except coconut oil in blender and blend. Slowly pour coconut oil into blender while blending. Blend until smooth and serve.

Recipe submitted by Jean, Melrose, NM

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looks delicious, I think I'll try it. :) I love smoothies, and the berries just make it all the better. I might even substitute the milk for yogurt. :)
# Posted By Miss Rachel | 1/4/10 7:29 PM
I love using the coconut oil in smoothies. It gives it such a good flavor. I have not tried melting the oil before adding it to the mixture. Does this help it to mix more thoroughly?
# Posted By Susan | 4/27/10 11:04 AM
Hi,
Just wanted to say I saw this recipe on Facebook and it looked so delicious it inspired me to get up and make a smoothy. I didn't have any berries, so I used mango plus mango orange juice instead. I used coconut milk and added some protein powder instead of nuts. It's delicious. Thanks for the inspiration.
# Posted By Dakotah | 4/27/10 12:11 PM
Mmmmmmmmm......
# Posted By Marla | 4/27/10 12:41 PM
Susan: Melting the oil and adding it in a small stream to the smoothie while it is still blending helps it to mix thoroughly without forming clumps.

Dakotah: Great! It does sound delicious.
# Posted By Sarah | 4/27/10 1:23 PM
I make this smoothie every morning...except I use kefir, or half kefir and half coconut milk. I do not put nuts or coconut in, although sometimes I add coconut cream (mainly in the summer when it is soft and spoonable). Also wonderful is kefir, coconut milk, fresh pineappke, an orange (or a big dollop of frozen orange juice) and some stevia!
# Posted By Stevie | 11/29/10 12:17 PM
Sometimes I make a smoothie in the morning to have for breakfast and this looks scrumptious! I will probably leave out the nuts and flax seed, and dried coconut but I'm sure it will be delicious! Thanks for the recipe, Jean!
# Posted By Angie | 11/8/11 12:32 PM
I made this with 6 pieces foz mango, 1 small froz banana, 6 whole almonds (I have a vita mix), 1 cup whole milk, and 1 tlbs melted coconut oil. It's delicious! I didn't have the other ingredients suggested, but this came out great. Thanks!
# Posted By Rachel | 9/19/13 10:08 AM

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