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Guilt-Free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats

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Guilt-Free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats sweetened with honeycomb and topped with fruits, chia, and mint. Perfect for breakfast/snack New Year’s resolutions!

New year, new resolutions!  After all of the holiday splurging, there’s nothing like some well-balanced meals to help us all to get on track. So let’s start the New Year off right! These Gluten-free. Guilt-Free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats fit the bill, with some added bonuses: they require no cooking and can be prepared in about 10 minutes.  It’s breakfast made perfect, honey!!!

To prepare this easy complete meal, slice a medium ripe papaya in half, remove the seeds with a spoon, and reserve the papaya halves.

Then, blend frozen blueberries with fat-free Greek yogurt and Don Victor® Orange Blossom Comb Honey Globe Jar (both the comb and honey itself) in a blender, until smooth.

Finally, pour the smoothie into the two papaya boats/halves, and garnish on top with a piece of honeycomb, fresh blueberries, strawberry slices, fresh or dried halved figs, chia seeds, and mint leaves.

I kid you not, in just a few minutes an antioxidant, protein-loaded breakfast fit for a champion will be ready to be enjoyed with a huge smile on your face.

Although it is a complete meal in itself, if you prefer you could serve accompanied by a cup of coffee or tea.

All the ingredients, including Don Victor® Honey, are conveniently available at Walmart. Note that Don Victor® Honey can be found in the Walmart Hispanic foods aisle .

It is a raw, filtered honey, not heated or processed in any other way… perfect for celebrating the New Year and the resolutions that come along with it.  Keep it at hand to incorporate into delicious recipes such as breakfast/snack toasts, smoothies, English muffins, hot biscuits, French toast, and pancakes. And you know what? Buy more than one jar and give one away to a friend or family member to share the joy and commitment to a wholesome new year. 😉

If you’re wandering if the honeycomb can be eaten, the answer is YES!!!  And so we blended it into a blueberry smoothie — the honeycomb did not melt but became soft and aromatic. Another favorite trick of mine is to use the honeycomb in cocktails. Imagine celebrating your New Year’s Eve with a glass of champagne mixed with a few drops of orange juice, spruced up with a honeycomb and mint leaves. I am telling you, you’d have your guests smiling from ear to ear with the beauty and deliciousness of their drinks. 🙂 Just thinking about it gets me excited!

Actually, upscale restaurants often serve honeycombs in the center of a platter surrounded by a selection of expensive cheeses and multi-grain crackers. This gives me the alternative idea of serving crackers topped with cheddar or brie and topping it all off with a small chunk of honeycomb. Neat, right?

For more tasty everyday recipes like ours or recipe ideas for entertaining, visit the Don Victor® Brand Page.  Also make sure to follow them on Facebook and Pinterest.

Well, start the year off on the right foot… and be healthy and happy! After all, healthy food doesn’t have to be boring!

For now, enjoy our yummy Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats and… HAPPY NEW YEAR! 


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Guilt-Free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats
Guilt-free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats sweetened with honey and topped with fruits, chia, honeycomb, and mint. Perfect for breakfast/snack New Year's resolutions!
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Instructions
  1. Slice a medium ripe papaya in half, remove the seeds with a spoon, and reserve the papaya halves.
  2. Then, blend frozen blueberries with fat-free Greek yogurt, Don Victor® Orange Blossom Comb Honey (both the honey and a piece of the honeycomb) in a blender until smooth.
  3. Finally, pour smoothie into the 2 papaya boats/halves, and garnish top of each with a piece of honeycomb, fresh blueberries, strawberry slices, fresh or dried fig halves, 1/2 teaspoon chia seeds, and mint leaves. Enjoy!

4 Responses to Guilt-Free Blueberry Smoothie Papaya Boats

  1. Deb|EastofEdenCooking December 27, 2017 at 4:30 pm #

    Oh! Such vibrant color and healthy too! What a stellar way to begin the new year.

  2. Erica December 31, 2017 at 4:14 am #

    I just saw smoothie serve in papaya for the first time. That’s a good idea.

  3. Raymund January 10, 2018 at 1:30 pm #

    I have something similar before when I was in Hawaii and I loved it so much!

  4. Natalie February 5, 2018 at 7:38 am #

    I really the way you pour the smoothie into the papaya. It makes the taste balanced and also the smell seems sweet 🙂
    Such a healthy and delish dessert

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