Whip up this Mango Smoothie recipe for an easy breakfast or make as a cool treat on a hot summer day. Only four ingredients needed!
Our local grocery store sells fresh, juicy, sliced mangos. They are so popular that the store has a hard time keep them in stock. I’ve observed everyone from the high schoolers to the retirees buying them. One fantastic way to enjoy mangos is in a smoothie!
Put orange mango juice, vanilla yogurt, and sliced bananas into the blender.
What could I use instead of orange mango juice?
You can add an equal amount of whatever juice or liquid you prefer. Keep in mind that whatever you choose will change the flavor of your mango smoothie. You could use orange juice, pineapple juice, or mango nectar. Or you could try milk, almond milk, or even water.
Add frozen mango cubes or slices. Alternatively, you can use fresh mango cubes and frozen banana slices.
What else can I add to a mango smoothie?
You can add other fruits such as pineapple or strawberries to make various flavor combinations. As for vegetables, try adding a handful of spinach or kale. Other popular smoothie boosters include protein powder, chia seeds, and ground flaxseed.
Process in a high speed blender until smooth.
Pour the drink into two glasses and serve immediately.
Mango Smoothie Frequently Asked Questions
You can make a mango smoothie without yogurt by substituting another ingredient to provide creaminess. A ripe banana is a great choice. Other options include non-dairy yogurt, coconut cream, and avocado.
Yes, mango smoothies can be good for you provided the ingredients chosen to make the smoothie are good for you as well. Mangos are high in vitamin C and also contain vitamin A, vitamin B6, fiber, and folate. Plus they are naturally sweet!
Mango go well with almost any fruit! They are often paired with orange, pineapple, and peach in juices. For a tropical flavor try mangos with pineapple, coconut, papaya, and lime. If you want a beautiful contrast of colors, pair them with strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and kiwi.
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