It’s hard to go wrong with mangoes in your smoothies. Not only are they delicious but they are chock full of vitamins and minerals. Our mango smoothie recipes utilized a gamut of ingredients from the traditional banana to more unusual combinations such as peaches.
Fortunately, mangoes work with most fruit combinations. Additionally, they have a strong distinct flavor so they combine well with green vegetables such as kale and spinach.
Common Ingredients in Mango Smoothie Recipes
Banana, Peach, Strawberry, Orange, Carrot, Ginger, Watermelon, Pineapple, Kale, Spinach, Coconut Milk, Peach Juice, Mango Juice, Passion Fruit, Raspberries
Protein powder, Greek Yogurt
Honey, Ripe Bananas
Other Mango Smoothie Add-ins
Hemp Seeds, Chia Seeds, Flaxseeds, turmeric
Frozen vs Fresh Mangoes
You can use fresh or frozen mangoes in your smoothie. If you use frozen mangoes you will find your smoothie will have a thicker texture.
How To Make a Mango Smoothie
You can use frozen or fresh mangoes for your smoothie depending on which option is readily available. Keep in mind that if you use frozen mangoes you will have a thicker smoothie.
When making your mango smoothie first add the liquids, then the fruits and vegetables, and lastly any add-ins you might have such as protein powder, seeds, or nut butter. Turn on your blender and blend until smooth.
This smoothie will provide a burst of sunshine to your day. It’s hard to go wrong with the combination of mangoes and pineapples.
The addition of greek yogurt provides extra protein and provides a nice contrast to the sweetness of the pineapples and yogurt. You can customize this recipe by adding other ingredients such as vanilla, passionfruit, raspberries, green vegetables, or protein powder.
It’s hard to go wrong with the fruit combination of mangoes and peaches in a smoothie. If these fruits are not in season you can always use the frozen version of this fruit. This smoothie has a tropical feel with the addition of bananas and coconut milk.
I love the fact that this mango citrus smoothie uses tangerines. If you are not familiar with tangerines, they are basically oranges that can be pegged.
Citrus products are not usually used in smoothies, however, if you can get your hands on some tangerines definitely try this recipe.
The other ingredients in this smoothie are bananas, plant-based milk, and a bit of vanilla extract for flavor.
When I think of strawberries and mangoes it brings a smile to my face and I can feel the island breeze caressing my skin. It’s hard to go wrong with the combination of strawberries and mangoes. Mangoes and strawberries are delicious on their own, so the combination of these two fruits tastes like paradise.
This orange carrot smoothie is packed with vitamin c and vitamin a. It’s basically sunshine in a glass. This smoothie is easy to prepare. The main ingredients are mango, orange, carrots, soy milk, and ginger.
It’s really hard to go wrong with the flavor combination of strawberries and mangoes. This is the perfect smoothie for a quick breakfast, mid-afternoon snack, or creamy dessert. This strawberry mango smoothie is easy to prepare with just four ingredients. Simply blend strawberries, bananas, greek yogurt, and a few ice cubes.
This smoothie looks so beautiful you might not want to consume it, however, the beautiful layered design of the smoothie is bursting with flavors. This smoothie has two layers a watermelon layer and a mango layer. The watermelon smoothie layer consists of watermelon, raspberries, almond milk, and coconut yogurt. The mango layer consists of frozen papaya, frozen mango, coconut yogurt, and almond milk.
Once you make this mango smoothie you will be hooked and want to fix it every day. Fortunately, you only need three ingredients. All you need for this mango smoothie recipe is three simple ingredients: mangoes, orange juice, and coconut yogurt.
Mangoes and pineapples are hands down my favorite fruits for smoothies. A sip of this smoothie will transport you to a tropical island with white sand beaches and swaying palm trees. The addition of coconut milk enhances the tropical feel of this smoothie. The addition of turmeric to this smoothie provides additional nutritional benefits.
The beauty of kale is it has a mild taste so you won’t have that green grassy bitter taste that you will find with some other green vegetables. The flavor of kale is overpowered by the sweet fruity taste of the mangoes in this recipe, so you get the nutritional benefits of kale in a delicious smoothie.
Start your day with this rich creamy strawberry and mango smoothie. It’s hard to go wrong with this fruit combination; it’s basically a double dose of deliciousness. The sweetness of the strawberries and mangoes combine with the nuttiness of the almond milk for a luscious divine smoothie.
The beautiful color of this mango smoothie is guaranteed to perk up your day. As a matter of fact, this smoothie looks so beautiful you might hesitate to drink it. The addition of greek yogurt and bananas enhances the creaminess of this smoothie.
The combination of mangoes, peaches, and bananas provides a delicious smoothie concoction. This smoothie is dairy-free and utilizes coconut milk and peach juice as its liquid base.
The thought of coconut, oranges, and mangoes immediately transported me back to a white sand beach on a tropical island. This smoothie is basically sunshine in a glass. The natural sweetness of bananas and mangoes in this smoothie provides natural sweetness.
This beautiful red smoothie is packed with fruits and vegetables. The sweetness of the mangoes and raspberries disguises the taste of beets, spinach, and carrots. The addition of lime juice and fresh mint provide extra flavor.
You will definitely start your day right with this sweet, creamy mango, pineapple, and cucumber smoothie. The greek yogurt in this smoothie provides extra protein, and the spinach provides additional vitamins and minerals.
This glass of orange goodness is a great way to start the day. This smoothie has anti-inflammatory properties with the addition of turmeric. The addition of black pepper helps the absorption of the curcumin in the turmeric. Mango has such a strong sweet flavor that it disguises the slightly bitter taste of turmeric.