Mango, Orange and Nectarine Smoothie or Soup


A typical American Breakfast often includes, bacon, eggs, hashbrown and biscuit. But is it something that most people eat?

I know in France we basically eat bread, jelly, and “biscotte” pour le petit-dejeuner. Sometimes we will eat madeleine, pain d’epice and croissant for breakfast, but that is not the norm. A few of us will also eat fruit, cheese and maybe a yogurt. My mom, she would eat herrings and sardines for breakfast. YUK!!!  Some children will eat cereals.

I am pretty sure that we do no eat/drink smoothies… I drink them now from times to times, because they are easy to make, can be swallowed in a seconds and are easy to digest.

Last week, I bought tons of fruit with the intentions of making smoothies for my morning snacks ( since my trainer suggested that i eat every 2-3 hours) so i have been making a few here and there.

I drank this one today and it was very yummy;-)

I would personally serve it as a dessert in a martini glass at the end of a summer dinner. Light, fruity and easy on the stomach.

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Ingredients for 2 servings ( or 2 full glass):

  • 1 fresh mango peeled, and cubed
  • the juice of 2 oranges pressed
  • 1 nectarine
  1. Peel all the fruits and place them into a chopper or in a a mixer.
  2. Press until the mixture is smooth.
  3. Pour into individuals glasses, decorate as you wish and enjoy;-)

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Bon Appetit and Happy Cooking!!!