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Traffic light smoothie recipe

PUBLISHED: 11:27 17 February 2014

Traffic light smoothie

Traffic light smoothie

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This vegan recipe makes enough for four and takes just 10 minutes to prepare

Ingredients

Green layer: 4 kiwis, peeled and chopped, 1 pear, peeled and chopped, ¼ honeydew melon, sliced , 150ml apple juice

Amber layer: 2 mangos, peeled and stoned, ¼ honeydew melon, sliced, 100ml orange juice

Red layer: 200g strawberries, 100g raspberries, ¼ honeydew melon, sliced, 100ml cranberry juice

Method

1. Place the green layer into a blender and thoroughly whizz. Transfer to a separate jug and rinse out the blender.

2. Repeat with the remaining layers.

3. To serve, share the green layer between four glasses. Carefully spoon over the amber layer and finally the red layer. Serve straight away.

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