Very Berry Pitaya Smoothie

After spending three weeks touring China and experiencing a different culture, it would be unthinkable to not write a few blog posts/ recipes dedicated to my travels. Having been inspired the many food markets and street vendors of Chengdu; Guilin; Guangzhou; Hong Kong; and Yangshuo, I decided to buy some local food products and experiment around with them. Here’s the first recipe I’d like to share with you all: a dragonfruit and lychee-based smoothie! Although pink pitaya and lychee are difficult to source outside of South America and Asia, you can try track them down at Asian markets or the worldwide aisle in big supermarkets. Alternatively, you can buy powdered pitaya in pouches to get that truly gorgeous, deep pink colour ❤




1/2 pink dragonfruit

3 lychees, peeled and pit removed

2 medium-sized bananas

1 handful frozen blueberries

1 handful frozen strawberries

1 handful frozen raspberries

1tbsp cranberry powder (Optional: for extra vibrance)

1tbsp coconut sugar (Optional: for extra sweetness)

100ml almond milk

Suggested toppings: Creative Nature chia seeds, crumbled health bars



  1. Combine all the listed ingredients into a blender.
  2. Blend on medium to high for 40 seconds, or until smooth. Alternatively, if you use a BlendTec, select the “Smoothie” programme.
  3. Pour into a glass or bowl & enjoy!

As featured on the Creative Nature website {use code MONI10 for discount off all purchases}.


Remember to use the hashtag #mindfullymade on social media platforms to share with me your creations 🙂

Mindfully, Moni x

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