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Cantaloupe Smoothie

March/April 1993, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

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The fresh combination of banana, cantaloupe and low-fat dairy in this smoothie packs a powerful punch of potassium, calcium, vitamin C and beta carotene.



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"I tried this with half a cantaloupe that was getting a bit mushy. I added 3 bananas (without freezing them) and then put in soy milk and added some leftover white grape juice instead of the orange juice. It turned out wonderful and...
Cantaloupe Smoothie Recipe

6 Reviews for Cantaloupe Smoothie

08/29/2013
Anonymous
Refreshingly divine smoothie!

So good! I totally agree with the other reviewers: this smoothie is perfectly sweet without sugar or honey. I also omitted the dry milk powder. And used orange juice instead of orange juice concentrate. The vanilla makes it taste divine. My very picky 16 y.o. daughter wanted a 2nd glass! This is definitely a keeper!

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06/27/2013
Anonymous
A bit too sweet

At home we always make smoothies without adding any sugar or honey and they turn out great. Good recipe, but may not need to honey.

Love the combination of the banana and cantaloupe
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08/07/2012
Anonymous

It was just OK. Nothing about it was good , it was very bland. I would not use this recipe again.

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07/01/2012
Anonymous

you don't need to add the honey or juice because the cantaloupe and banana are sweet enough and add plenty of sugar. Try ice cubes, half a cantaloupe, half a banana and any kind of milk (i use unsweetened almond milk). It's delicious- tastes like summer in a cup! And no added sugar so it's very nutritious.

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Anonymous wrote 51 weeks 4 days ago

unsweetened almond milk is a

unsweetened almond milk is a great idea. Wish I read your review before making this smoothie. Didn't have any yogurt so I used vanilla organic lowfat milk. Still a bit too sweet for me (I did not add any honey) but my picky 16-year old daughter said it was "really good."

07/19/2010
Anonymous

I tried this with half a cantaloupe that was getting a bit mushy. I added 3 bananas (without freezing them) and then put in soy milk and added some leftover white grape juice instead of the orange juice. It turned out wonderful and delicious. I don't think you can go wrong with this one!

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

This modified version is

This modified version is DELICIOUS!

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