Quick note for this one is that some cactus pear still have needles in them. I’m terrified of splinters, so I use tongs to hold them while I cut in half, and then a spoon to scoop out the ‘meat’. Secondly, cactus pear do have little seeds in them. They are small, and do not pose as choking hazards to little ones.

As these ingredients are fully raw, they can also be consumed as a juice (use a nut milk bag or strainer to remove the pulp), ice pops, fruit salad, smoothie and lots more!

2 bananas
2 cactus pears
1 large mango

Blend everything together and serve

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