Another one to add to the smoothie repertoire. (I got close enough on that spelling the first time that I could right click and get the right spelling. Spelling B, here I come. What? I’m too old. Rats!)
Anyway, this is a straight up dessert smoothie. D-E-S-S-E-R-T! With 2 s’s. Tropical Dessert Smoothie.
Well, there are lots of vitamins with the fruit and all, but it is super sweet and tasty, tasty, tasty.
I wish I could play some Hawaiian music in the background for you right now, but I absolutely hate it when those sites start with any sound when I click on them.
So I won’t do that. But think of you favorite tropical theme song while you read the rest of this post. You have options at the bottom to get you in the mood. Bring one up in your browser.
Scroll down to the recipe.
Make the smoothie. (You can even add some rum if you are feeling in the mood. Mmmmmm. It’s after noon somewhere, right?)
Come back to your computer (or phone) with smoothie in hand.
Then bring the song up and listen.
Then… read the rest of the post.
Did you do it? Ok.
Close your eyes. (sip)
Think of tropical vacations. (sip)
Hawaii or Jamaica. (sip)
Sandy beaches. (sip)
Sun on your face. (sip)
Warm waters of the ocean lapping your toes. (sip)
Cute cabana boys that look like Johnny Deep, Joseph Gordon Levitt and/or Channing Tatum waiting on you hand and foot. (Or Jenna Dewan-Tatum for any straight men reading this right now.) (sip)
Did you do it? (sip)
Did you think of all of those things? (sip)
If not, go back, read the list and do it, while listening to one of the songs below. (sip)
Happy Monday! My work is done.
Tropical Dessert Smoothie
- Total Time: 15 mins
- Yield: 2 servings 1x
- 1 cup Coconut Milk
- 1 cup Frozen Pineapple
- 1 cup Frozen Mango
- 1 Banana
- 1 tbs Chia Seeds
- Add all ingredients to your blender and blend.
- I use a Blendtec, so if not using a high speed blender, chop ingredients a bit more before you blend.
- Prep Time: 15 mins