Thursday, 26 February 2015

Sharon Fruit Smoothie


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Sharon Fruit Smoothie


The most refreshing tropical flavour smoothie to enjoy.

Ingredients:
  • 3 ripe sharon fruits
  • 1 gala apple
  • seeds from 1 pomegranate
  • Juice of half a lemon
  • 1 cup ice cubes
  • 1 tablespoon honey (optional)

Method:

1.Wash the sharon fruits and cut off the top stalk.Slice the sharon fruits into chunks and add to the Optimum 9400 blender.2.Core the apple and keeping the skin on, cut the apple into chunks and add to the Optimum 9400.3.Add the pomegranate seeds to the Optimum 9400, reserving a tablespoon for garnish..4.Add the ice cubes, lemon juice and honey to the optimum 9400. Blend all the ingredients for 60 secnds and then pour the smoothie into serving glasses and garnish with pomegranate seeds.
Details
Prep time: 5 minsTotal time: 5 minsYield:4 servings



I made my Sharon Fruit Smoothie in the Optimum 9400 blender. It is very versatile and it will blend, purée, grate, chop, make ice cream, hot soups, nut butters and nut milk.






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28 comments:

  1. They look absolutely delicious, I think they would be very refreshing for Summer too.

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  2. oh wow this look so so tasty! I also like the sound of this blender!

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  3. This sounds delicious especially on dark and dreary days like today!

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  4. This sounds like a real treat of tropical goodness. Wonderful!

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  5. I love Sharon fruit, so I think I would love this too x

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  6. Ooooh Yum!! I love Sharon fruit! They are an acquired taste in my opinion but i think they are lush!!

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  7. Yum, that looks lovely - I could close my eyes and imagine myself on a beach drinking that!

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  8. These look so refreshing (and so pretty too!)

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  9. Oh yum, what a delicious sounding smoothie, I really need to get a blender and start making my own. x

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  10. Not a fan of sharon fruit itself but I'm always up for a challenge when it comes to it being mixed with something else!

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  11. This sounds just really refreshing, we have just recently tried Sharon Fruit with our kids and they loved it :)

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  12. I can't say I've ever tried Sharon fruit but this does look nice and refreshing.

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  13. I've never thought of making a smoothie with sharon fruits. What a good idea! Yours looks really tasty.

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  14. oh wow I have never tried Sharon fruits but think i need too! .. i must say that smoothie looks so inviting and fresh

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  15. Love these fruit smoothies .. they are so filling. You can have one and skip the breakfast actually.

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  16. I have never tried a sharon fruit - are they sweet?

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  17. MMmm, sounds and looks lovely. :)

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  18. I haven't got a blender and I need one. Love this smoothie recipe, I bet it tastes divine.

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  19. Gonna try this when my sage boss comes

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  20. I like sharon fruit but I don't eat it enough.

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  21. You must have been a fly on the wall in our house on Thursday. I was wondering what Sharon fruit would taste like in a bullet or smoothy. Now we know. Not overly keen on honey so i'll swap it for Agarve or carob.

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  22. I never knew what to do with a sharon fruit - this looks refreshing for summer

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  23. This sounds so gooood!!! xxx

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  24. I don't think I've ever had a sharon fruit butyour recipe sounds perfect and I would try it in a heart beat

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  25. Interesting - I've never tried sharon fruit but sort of want to give it a go for the novelty. Looks like a great way to use it... I love smoothies.

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  26. I LOVE persimmons Nayna and that is such a PRETTY looking smoothie! Karen

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  27. That sounds delicious Nayna, but your photograph is fabulous and you've made it look very appealing indeed.

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  28. This is something new for me, I'll definitely give it a try!

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