Tropical Smoothie Recipe with Cherimoya, the most delicious fruit in the world
Sweet and creamy exotic dessert
What a treasure i found in the organic market today: cherimoya, which, directly after getting home, found a place in our tropical smoothie. A subtropical fruit that many people describe as the tastiest fruit of all. Previously only spooned, it enters the green smoothie for the first time. Its aroma is reminiscent! A mixture of pineapple and banana with a subtle vanilla-cinnamon note. When combined with kale, cherimoya is simply gorgeous, giving its distinctive taste a full-bodied, smooth counterpart. This Tropical Smoothie will send you on a short trip to paradise.
Cherimoya has a lot of vitamin B1 and B2
Cherimoya, also known as cinnamon-apple or sugar-apple, has high amounts of vitamin B1 and B2 in addition to its calcium, phosphorus and vitamin C content. When you buy cherimoyas, you can recognize them by their slightly darker skin, which yields to finger pressure.
Cherimoya is joined by familiar tropical fruits to make the tropical smoothie perfect.
Tropical smoothie with cherimoya
- 3-4 leaves kale
- 2 handful of Indian lettuce
- 2 handful of spinach
- 1 cherimoya
- 1 mango
- 2 bananas small
- 1 passion fruit
- 1/8 lemon with zest
- juice of 1/2 lemon
- water as needed
Remove the larger stems from the kale.
Cut off the spinach ends as they are usually rooty and sandy.
There actually is no waste with Indian lettuce, unless one or two leaves have wilted - dispose if there are any.
Wash all the greens.
Peel the cherimoya, cut it open and remove the seeds.
Peel the mango, remove the flesh.
Peel the bananas.
Cut open the passion fruit and put the pulp straight into the high-speed blender.
Wash the lemon - especially if you are not using organic lemons.
Place all ingredients in your high-speed blender, add water as needed, and blend on high speed for about 1 minute or alternatively, turn on the green smoothie program.
Enjoy your Tropical Smoothie with all your heart!
Are you familiar with the cherimoya fruit? Or have you ever made green smoothies with cherimoya? I look forward to receiving your Feedback here!
In any case, enjoy the "tastiest fruit in the world".