This tropical fruit smoothie is made with all kinds of delicious fruits! Its the best summer drink to beat the heat and a makes you feel like you are sitting on a sandy Caribbean beach!
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Smoothies don’t have to be boring right?
They can make you think that you are sitting somewhere in the Caribbean and there is sand between your toes, right?
This time, I wanted to have an afternoon smoothie that I can sip while I am sitting by the pool. Nothing says fun and sun smoothie like a tropical smoothie!
I am always walking through the tea aisle to find something that will catch my eye. Walmart is great at drawing my attention to amazing new products. This time, my eye fell on a blue label with the words new and I just had to stop.
The new product was Torani’s line of 3 flavored syrups: Raspberry, Passion Fruit and Peach! They were just screaming, “Make tropical smoothies out of us!!”
Who wouldn’t listen to that calling, right?? I just had to oblige!
The good thing about this syrups is that I don’t have to add any more ingredients. Its just the fruits and the flavoring. I used mostly frozen fruits, so, I didn’t even have to bother washing or chopping them.
Overall, this smoothie took me only 15 minutes to make!
I feel like repeating that: It took only 15 minutes to make!!! Yay!
The trick behind the colored layers is to have all the light colored fruits crushed separately from all the dark colored fruits. It feels like laundry days, doesn’t it?
The light colored fruits I used were pineapples, apple, bananas and peaches. For this one, the light colored syrup works great. Growing up, passion fruit was my favorite fruit in the world, so, adding the passion fruit flavored syrup was a no-brainer!
The dark fruits I used were blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and raspberries. All these colors and the raspberry syrup give it a very distinct dark purple color.
It is a very vibrant color, isn’t it?
These Torani Syrups are unique, simple and can be used in almost any drink or dessert recipe. You only need a little splash of the syrup and the pour valve made it so easy to, well, pour!
Torani has information, recipes and a wonderful community of people who love to present their recipes. They are a 3rd generation family owned business. Please stop by their website and have a look around! You will be captivated by all their colorful recipes. Even their Instagram account is filled with all kinds of recipes and DIY projects.
If you are stranded on a sandy beach next to a smoothie hut, which smoothie would you like to drink until you get rescued?
Tropical Fruit Smoothie Recipe
Tropical Fruit Smoothie
- 3 Tbsp Torani Raspberry Flavored Syrup
- 3 Tbsp Torani Passion Fruit Flavored Syrup
- 1 Banana Peeled, frozen if possible
- 1.5 cup Peaches frozen
- 1 cup Pineapple Fresh, chopped into cubes
- 1/2 Granny Smith Apple Peeled, cored and roughly chopped
- 3 pieces Strawberries Fresh, tops cut off
- 1/2 cup Blueberries Frozen
- 1/2 cup Raspberries Frozen
- 1 cup Blackberries Frozen
- 6 Ice Cubes 3 for the light fruits and 3 for the dark fruits
- In a blender, add the light fruits (banana, peaches, pineapple, apple)
- Add the Torani Passion Fruit Syrup
- Add 3 ice cubes and blend until smooth. If it's too thick, add 3 tbsp of water
- Fill 2 glasses with the smoothie about 1/4 of the way and set aside
- In a blender, add blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries
- Add the Torani Raspberry syrup and 3 cubes of ice
- Blend until smooth. If it's too thick, add 3 tbsp of water
- Gently add this smoothie on top of the light layer of each glass
- The trick is to drop the 2nd layer in circular motion
- Place a straw and serve immediately