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One thing we love about summer is mango season! Cutting open a fresh mango to devour the soft fruit flesh while the juicy sap runs down your arms has got to be the best way to enjoy the fruit. Second best is a refreshing mango smoothie, of course!
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What fruit goes well with mango?
Mango can have a sweet, tart taste, which goes well with many other fruits including:
In fact, feel free to combine multiple fruits together, as there are many great ways to enjoy mango in a delicious smoothie.
How to make a mango smoothie
This vegan, dairy-free, all fruit frozen mango smoothie without banana recipe features three tart fruits that blend together nicely, literally!
- 2 cups frozen mango cubes
- 1 cup strawberries, sliced
- 1 kiwi, sliced
Instructions to make this strawberry mango kiwi smoothie:
- Step 1. If using fresh mango, peel and cube a whole mango at least one day before making smoothie. Put in freezer.
- Step 2. When you are ready to make your smoothie, remove stems on strawberries and slice.
- Step 3. Peel and slice a medium kiwi.
- Step 4. Add all ingredients in a blender.
- Step 5. Enjoy!
The frozen mangoes will help make your smoothie thick and cold. A regular mango will yield about 2 cups of frozen cubes. If you don’t want to wait for the mango to freeze, cube the fresh mango and throw it into your blender with everything else but add some frozen berries or ice cubes too.
Add more calories to this smoothie by incorporating yogurt or Greek yogurt.
Mango banana smoothie
This one’s got intense mango flavor with fresh fruit and nectar. So yum! (via Dinner at the Zoo)
Mango raspberry smoothie
This mango smoothie with coconut milk complements the raspberry perfectly. (via Gather for Bread)
Mango cherry smoothie
Cherries have melatonin, which help you sleep, plus vitamins A, C, and other antioxidants to help boost your immune system. A great anti-inflammatory smoothie! (via The Pretty Bee)
Mango pineapple smoothie
A mango orange smoothie, with pineapple for some tropical flair. (via Natasha’s Kitchen)
Mango kale smoothie
This green mango smoothie is packed with serious flavor thanks to ginger, peaches, lemons, and maple syrup too. (via Minimalist Baker)
Mango avocado smoothie
This creamy smoothie without yogurt is packed with healthy fats. (via Meaningful Eats)
Mango protein smoothie
This healthy vegan mango smoothie with almond milk is super easy to make, and great as a pregnancy smoothie too. (via Jar of Lemons)
Mango smoothie with yogurt
The touch of honey and cinnamon in this recipe offer a unique-tasting smoothie. (via Ahead of Thyme)
These mango smoothie recipes are sure to bring brightness to your day! Try these smoothies with mango to add some tropical joy to your mornings.
- 2 cups frozen mango cubes
- 1 cup strawberries sliced
- 1 kiwi sliced
If using fresh mango, peel and cube it at least one day before you make your smoothie. Put in freezer.
When you are ready to make your smoothie, remove stems on strawberries and slice.
Peel and slice a medium kiwi.
Add all ingredients in a blender.
The frozen mangoes will help make your smoothie thick and cold. A regular mango will yield about 2 cups of frozen cubes. If you choose to use fresh mango but don't want to wait for it to freeze, cube it and add to the blender with everything else but include frozen berries or ice cubes too.
If you prefer thinner smoothies, feel free to add a dairy or non-dairy milk of your choice or coconut water.
Make your mango smoothie in a Thermomix, Nutribullet, Vitamix, Ninja, or other reliable blender to thoroughly blend your ingredients.
Add more calories to this smoothie with yogurt or Greek yogurt.