Friday, May 1, 2009

Smoothie is a blended, chilled, sometimes sweet beverage made from fresh fruit or vegetables. Many smoothies include crushed ice, frozen fruit, honey or frozen yogurt, although some smoothies are 100% fruit. Smoothies are marketed to health-conscious people, and some restaurants offer add-ins. It became available in the United States in the late 1960s when ice cream vendors and health food stores began selling them. By the 1990s and 2000s, smoothies became available at mainstream caf├ęs and coffee shops, and in pre-bottled versions at supermarkets.

Here are the popular smoothie recipes from Drinks Mixer...

Apple Berry Smoothie
1 cup berries
2 sliced apples

Combine berries and sliced apples in a blender, blend, and pour into suitable glasses.
Banana Cantaloupe Smoothie
1/2 sliced cantaloupe melon
1 peeled banana

Juice cantaloupe, pour juice into blender, add banana, and liquify.
Grape-Lemon-Pineapple Smoothie
1 cup grapes
1/4 skinless lemon
1/2 skinless pineapple

Place ingredients into a blender and liquify.
Kill the Cold Smoothie
1 slice ginger
1 lemon
1 cup hot water

Take a one-inch slice of ginger and juice one-quarter of a lemon, and add both to hot water. Add cardamom if desired.
Kiwi Papaya Smoothie
3 kiwis
1/2 seeded and sliced papaya

Throw everything into a blender and liquify.
Pineapple Gingerale Smoothie
1/4 inch slice ginger
250 g (1/2) skinned, sliced pineapples

Add to a blender and liquify.
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