Feeling too green for broccoli? You can amp up your Vitamin A and C the sweet way with this mango freeze. It's more nutritious than a milkshake but has the same cool, creamy taste and it's easier to make. Just throw the ingredients in a blender and you'll have a delicious, refreshing snack perfect for your pregnancy diet.
One smoothie only has 170 calories, but it's got a quarter of your daily Vitamin A intake and 80 percent of your Vitamin C. That will boost your immune system to keep you healthy and protect baby, and help with fetal growth, including baby's heart, lungs, eyes, bones and more.
It comes from the great new book, When Mama Eats Well, a collaboration between Tupperware and What to Expect author Heidi Murkoff. All 51 recipes are complete with beautiful images, product recommendations to keep your food fresh, nutritional facts and easy diet tips from Heidi. It's just $10 at a Tupperware party or Tupperware.com. And if you need some extra inspiration, you can even see how experts make the recipes on the Tupperware YouTube channel. Hint: They are easy!
Mango Frozen Freeze
Serving size ¾ cup
Makes 1½ cup
¼ cup nonfat Greek vanilla yogurt
1 tbsp. honey
2 cups frozen mango
- Combine yogurt, honey, and ¼ cup mango in base of Power Chef System, fitted with blade attachment (or use a regular food processor, or chop by hand).
- Cover and pull cord.
- Add mango in ¼ cup increments, pulling cord for 30 seconds or until ingredients are smooth.
- Serve immediately or store in freezer.
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