Thursday, 1 September 2016

Persimmon and Mango Smoothie Bowl


Mangoes and Persimmon are two of my favourite tropical fruits. I really enjoy eating them in fruit salads, smoothies, milkshakes and even in baking. This is one of my regular smoothie bowl recipe that I make when both these fruits are in season.



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Persimmon and Mango Smoothie Bowl
Sweet Persimmon and Mango smooothie bowl with strawberries and figs perfect for breakfast.
Ingredients:
  • 2 Persimmon (sharon fruit)
  • 1 Mango
  • 6 Dried Figs slices
  • 8 Strawberries
  • 10 Blueberries
  • Few slices Apple
  • 1 Teaspoon Chia seeds
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey (optional)
Method:
1. Peel and dice the mango and add it to the Optimum 9400 blender.2.Cut the persimmon and add it to the blender.3. Blend the persimmon and the mango to a puree.Taste the puree it should be sweet enough, however if you require it to be sweeter than add a spoonful of honey to sweeten to taste.4. Spoon the puree into two shallow serving bowls.5. Slice the strawberries and arrange them on the smoothie bowl, add some blue berries and garnish with figs. Sprinkle with chia seeds and serve immediately.
Details:
Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: Serves 2


I created my smoothie bowl in my Optimum 9400 blender, it is really powerful and it is able to grate, grind, blend pulse and create soups and ice cream at a flick of a switch.

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54 comments:

  1. What a tasty bowlful that is Nayna. I have some mango sitting in the kitchen. I am buying them by the boxful at the moment. Shared!

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  2. Yum! Delicious looking smoothie bowl - I'll take one for breakfast, please.

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  3. This looks and sounds amazing! Can you believe I've never had persimmon?!? I guess that's a side effect of living in the Midwest....really no way for us to get quality tropical fruits! 😕

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    1. Lisa you can get them in any large super market, they are readily available.

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  4. That looks so delicious, I love fresh fruit and you have packed your smoothie bowl with so many of them!

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  5. Yumm, I love mangoes!
    I make smoothie bowls when I screw up my nice cream and it turns out too runny.

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  6. I have a fuyu persimmon tree. I've been looking for other useful things to do with them and this will be one thing I will do a lot of, is more smoothies with then.

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  7. what a delicious collection of flavors in one bowl! love!

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  8. I love dessert especially if it comes so nicely made and decorated like this!

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  9. I have never really known what to do with Persimmon but this looks like a delicious way to use them up:-)

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  10. That looks amazing! I've never used persimmon in cooking but this looks like a great place to start!

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  11. Do you know, I don't think I've ever tried persimmon - you've inspired me to change that!

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  12. It is the colours within the bowl which make me want to eat it and I have never tried Persimmon because I hadn't a clue what to do with it x

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  13. I love smoothie bowls, this mango one sounds and looks lush! I often Pinterest them because they look so pretty!

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  14. I've never tried persimmon but I'm keen on mango. This looks really good to eat.

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  15. Oh so that's the name of that fruit! I've had persimmon on food in restaurants before but never known what it is! Now I know and I'll definitely be trying this

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  16. Ooh, what a combination Nayna. It sounds fabulous. Ripe persimmons are delicious and mangos are always a winner.

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  17. What a lovely bright breakfast to wake up to - it looks and sounds delicious!

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  18. Your presentation is gorgeous! We once lived in a good climate for growing persimmons, and one year our holiday card was a photo of the whole family IN the tree!

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  19. This just looks way too pretty to eat. Got to love some mango x

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  20. oh my this looks and sounds so yummy and something i have never tried before.

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  21. This looks delicious! I love mango, so I might just have to have a crack at this - so colourful too!

    Milly // Mini Adventures

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  22. Looks delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! Can't wait to try it!

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  23. Oh I love those flavors! This sounds like an awesome morning smoothie bowl.

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  24. Never tried persimmon! Looks so weird but sounds like a great combo

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  25. What a fab idea for a quick and healthy breakfast. I've never tried Persimmon but I want to now!

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  26. Both are my favourire fruits.. I would love this platter. I am missing persimmons in India.. they were available abunduntly in Brazil and a variety of them.

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  27. Wow I have never heard of a smoothie bowl before. It looks pretty cool. I also have never tried a persimmon but my dad always had them in my house when I was growing up.

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  28. very easy and I suppose tasty. I shall try it out.

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  29. Oohh nom nom! This looks so lovely, I really do enjoy persimmons :)

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  30. Thanks for this recipe, I've been meaning to try a smoothie bowl!

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  31. I can't start a morning without my smoothie:) And I cannot wait that we'll have persimon season here! Have you checked any of my smoothie recipes on my blog? :)

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  32. My daughter eats Persimmons like they are going out of fashion!! I will be showing her this as a different way of having them x

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  33. I do love mangoes especially in smoothies and persimmon remind me of Madeira where my parents are from!

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  34. What a great smoothie recipe! I love persimmon and mango too :-) The photo looks so delicious! Pinned the recipe

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  35. This sounds like a great way to start the day.

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  36. I love mangoes but can you believe I have never had a persimmon!

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  37. How pretty is that, it seems almost a shame to eat it although I bet it tastes just as good.

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  38. Looks and sounds like such a delicious bowl - can't believe I've never had a smoothie bowl before!

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  39. Smoothie bowls always look so pretty, really this one looks gorgeous. I've never eaten sharon fruit before but I do love mangoes. x

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  40. This HAS to be added into my breakfast rotation!

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  41. Delicious!! some of my fave ingredients as well :)

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  42. Never made a smoothie bowl but this looks delicious! Pretty much love anything with mango!

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  43. This looks so delicious with some of my favourite fruits included too! yum :)

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  44. Persimmons and mangoes...perfect!!

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  45. Ooo looks so delish! Love persimmons but never tried adding them to a smoothie before. Must try it soon! :D

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  46. I just love persimmons and always happy when they come back in season.

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  47. I grew up in a house where we had 14 mango trees. Your recipe brought back some very found memories. I did all kind of things with mangoes but never mixed them with persimmon. I will definitely give it a try. Thank you for sharing! :)

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  48. I've never thought of making a smoothie in a plate arranged with fruits. This looks amazing!

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  49. right i need to try this. i love persimmon too

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  50. I've only ever eaten persimmons in salads and raw out of hand, but I love this idea of the smoothie bowl. especially with the yummy add-ins

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  51. That's such a gorgeous colour Nayna. I've never used persimmons in a smoothie before, but now I really want to.

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