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Image Credit KMONT
“Mangoes can be a bit tricky to cut up. They’ve got a large pit seed thing in the middle, so if you’ve never cut up one before, this is the easiest method for our smoothie purposes.” KMONT
2 fresh peaches, cubed
2 fresh mangoes, cubed
2/3 cup peach nectar (one small can)
2 (6-ounce) containers peach fat-free or light yogurt
Ice cubes, optional
Raspberries for garnish, optional
Place the cubed up peaches and mango pieces in a bowl and mix.
Put the bowl in the freezer for about one to one and a half hours, until most of the fruit is frozen
or nearly frozen.
Stir again to loosen the fruit.
In a blender, put one 6-ounce container of the yogurt in the bottom.
Next layer in half the fruit mixture.
Put the other container of yogurt in and then the other half of the fruit.
Add in the small can of peach nectar over the top.
Blend until smooth and creamy.
If your mixture is a little too loose for your taste, add in several ice cubes, 6-10 or so, and push
to the bottom of the blender with a spatula.
Blend again till all the ice is incorporated with no large chunks remaining.
Drop a few raspberries on top of each smoothie if using.