Papaya Milk Shake



  • 4or5 pieces of ripe papaya
  • 1/2 cup of soya milk
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 1or 2 tsp sugar free powder
  • Few drops of mixed fruit essence (not more than one or two drops)
  • 2or 3 ice cubes


  1. Remove the skin and seeds from papaya and cut into small pieces.
  2. Take papaya pieces, soya milk, mixed fruit essence and sugar free powder and blend it in the mixi to a smooth paste.
  3. Add water and blend it once again.
  4. Add ice cubes and serve it with a small piece of papaya piece on the top.

4 Responses to Papaya Milk Shake

  1. 迷你倉 says:

    Very nice drink.
    Please tell me why it is good to diabetes.

    • Sharadha says:

      In general, diabetic patient can eat papaya but only about 50gms. It is rich in Vitamin A , C and Betacarotone In my recipe I have used for one serving 4 or 5 pieces which will be less than 50 gms. I have used soya milk instead of cow/buffalo milk. This will help diabetics to avail all the benefits of eating a fruit and at the same time not increase the blood glucose level.

      Above all everything depends on what suits you. Some people can have it and some cannot. Best way is to check your glucose after eating papaya. If your blood sugar level increases by over 150 point , consider seriously whether you can eat it.

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