Put fruit, soy milk, coconut oil, and half the coconut flakes in blender till smooth. Add Stevia to your preferred sweetness. Stir in rest of coconut flakes for yummy texture.

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Put fruit, soy milk, coconut oil, and half the coconut flakes in blender till smooth. Add Stevia to your preferred sweetness. Stir in rest of coconut flakes for yummy texture.

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Yum!! I'll definitely have to give this a try.

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Must be something in the air today or?.... I just made one with
raw almond milk
frozen banana
frozen mango
frozen pineapple
2 tsps coconut oil......Yummy!

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I made something similar this morning though with a young coconut, 1/2 pineapple, and one large mango! AHHH.... so delish! Didn't put any greens in this one as lamsleigh does, but will have to try it next time... Thanks for posting.

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This sounds great except that soy milk is not raw. How about homemade almond milk? I often make my green smoothies with a mango, pineapple, and coconut base too!

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This thing is amazing!

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