Make Frozen Fruit Smoothie – 2 minute

The best part is that it’s a very easy smoothie to make. In fact, it’s a 2-minute fruit smoothie. Most of people don’t have time for a 100-step smoothie. However, have time to create a simple fruit smoothie that makes you feel energized  and healthy.

This frozen fruit smoothie – 2 minute makes a perfectly ice-cold, thick smoothie. It can be made with any milk or frozen fruit.

For this particular smoothie, I use a frozen “mixed fruit” assortment of sliced banana and mango dice. BUT you can do any frozen fruit combo (mixed berries, strawberry banana) you like, which is the beauty of this recipe!

Why frozen fruit and not fresh fruit? There are many reasons.

  • It creates an ice-cold smoothie.
  • No ice cubes are needed.
  • It’s easier to make.

But here’s the thing. You gotta have a good blender to make a good smoothie. If not, you’re going to get frustrated with frozen fruit stuck in the blades and the process will surely take more than two minutes.

So, do yourself a smoothie favor by purchasing a new blender if you don’t have one currently capable.

Hung Hau Joint Stock company (Hung Hau Foods) is a manufacturer and exporter frozen IQF Fruits with high quality to many countries in the world. Such as: Mango, pineapple, banana, avacodo, passion fruits…

Okay, now let’s get onto the smoothie recipe.

I also like almond milk for my smoothies, but you could totally do another milk, like coconut milk (or coconut water), cow’s milk, or cashew milk. Almond milk, in my opinion, doesn’t have a strong taste (so you’re getting more fruit flavor) and is light.


6 oz-8oz frozen fruit per smoothie cup I buy a 12-16 oz bagged frozen fruit to have on hand for each smoothie, any solo or combination.

6 oz-8oz almond milk or milk equivalent coconut milk, dairy milk, etc.


Fill blender or smoothie cup with frozen fruit (never go beyond the “fill” line on the cup)

Add almond milk.

Blend until desired thickness.