How To Make Mango Pineapple Smoothie From Mcdonalds

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Are you looking for How To Make Mango Pineapple Smoothie From Mcdonalds? This article is all about to help me doing good research. If you’ve been running around the world just to find a good mango pineapple smoothie from McDonald’s, then you should stop here. Learn how to make this smoothie at home, since it isn’t that hard and tastes better than Mcdonalds!

MANGO PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE

This thick and creamy mango pineapple smoothie is refreshing, healthy, and filling! Packed full of nutrients, this naturally sweetened smoothie is great for breakfast or snacks.

Made with only 4 ingredients and ready in 5 minutes. You can use frozen or fresh fruits for this refreshing fruity tropical smoothie. Let me show you how to make it easy steps.

two glasses of a smoothie with straws.

MANGO PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE RECIPE

Make this MacDonald’s mango pineapple smoothie copycat recipe at home using healthy ingredients. This is why you should make yours

  • No preservatives, which makes it better now Mcdonald’s
  • Healthier: the combinations of these fruits are packed full of nutrients. Mango and pineapple are a great source of vitamin C
  • Simpleeasy and quick
  • Not sugar concentrated or filled with sugar substitute.
  • Uses real fruits and no fruit puree like McDonalds.
  • This smoothie recipe recipe is without banana.
a close top view of creamy and thick mango pineapple smoothie in a glass with a straw.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE MANGO PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE

Frozen mango chunks

Frozen pineapple chunks

Yogurt: use any of the following Greek yogurt, plain yogurt or coconut yogurt

Almond milk: I used unsweetened almond milk but you can use sweetened planta based milk if you fancy.

the ingredients needed to make smoothie.

HOW TO MAKE MANGO PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE

Place frozen mango, pineapple, yogurt and almond milk in a high-powered blender and blend until smooth

Serve in glasses and enjoy. See, I told you it is no rocket science!

NB: If the smoothie is too thick to your liking, add more almond milk to thin it out.

mango chunks, pineapple chunks and milk in a blender.

ALMOND MILK SUBSTITUTE

You can add any of the following non-dairy plant based milk to smoothie for more creaminess. All the variations of these plant based milk comes in two forms, sweetened and unsweetened. These milks are also great if you are lactose intolerance.

Soy milk

Oat milk

Coconut milk

Rice milk

Cashew milk

MILK SUBSTITUTE IN SMOOTHIES

Are you wondering what you can use instead of milk smoothies? Below are the list of substitute of what you can use.

Water: this is the healthiest liquid options for making smoothie.

Coconut water

Juice: apple juice, orange juice, cranberry juice

a close view of a glass of smoothie spilled over the glass with straw.

TIPS

  • Substitute yogurt with banana for a creamy consistency.
  • Use a high-powered blender that can crush the frozen fruits conveniently.
  • If using fresh fruits, reduce the milk by half or omit completely and replace it with some ice
  • The smoothie should be sweet enough as it is however if you’d prefer it sweeter add some honey or maple syrup to taste.

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS

This tropical smoothie is best served immediately especially if you used frozen fruits. However, it can be kept in the fridge for up to 24 hours. Give the smoothie a good shake to combine, drink and enjoy.

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a glass of mango smoothie placed on 2 wooden coaster.

Mango Pineapple Smoothie

This thick and creamy mango pineapple smoothie is refreshing, healthy, and filling! Packed full of nutrients, this naturally sweetened smoothie is great for breakfast or snacks.

PREP TIME5 mins

COOK TIME0 mins

TOTAL TIME5 mins

COURSEDrinks, Smoothie

CUISINEAmerican, British

SERVINGS2

CALORIES207 kcal

INGREDIENTS  1x2x3x

  • 1½ cups frozen mango chunks
  • 1 cup pineapple chunks
  • ¾ cup Greek yogurt: use any of the following Greek yogurt plain yogurt or coconut yogurt
  • 1 cup almond milk

INSTRUCTIONS 

  • Place frozen mango, pineapple, yogurt and almond milk in a high-powered blender and blend until smoothNB: If the smoothie is too thick to your liking, add more almond milk to thin it out.
  • Serve in glasses and enjoy.

NOTES

Tips

  • Substitute yogurt with banana for a creamy consistency.
  • If using fresh fruits, reduce the milk by half or omit completely and replace it with some ice
  • Use a high-powered blender that can crush the frozen fruits conveniently.
  • The smoothie should be sweet enough as it is however if prefer it sweeter add some honey or maple syrup to taste.

Storage instructions

This tropical smoothie is best served immediately especially if you used frozen fruits. However, it can be kept in the fridge for up to 24 hours. Give the smoothie a good shake to combine.

mango pineapple smoothie

Start the day with a Mango Pineapple Smoothie, a tropical trip in a tall glass. With Greek yogurt, almond milk and frozen fruit, this easy blender breakfast will make your morning even better.

two mango pineapple smoothies on a marble background

The weather forecast is calling for snow this weekend, our first in several years.

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Don’t get me wrong, I love snow. So much.

But I’m also kinda glad it’s not our norm here in North Carolina! The cold will be over soon and we can go back to warmer days.

I’m looking forward to summer, to beach days, to frozen drinks. For now, summer smoothies will have to do.

It’s been ages since I shared a smoothie recipe! This Mango Pineapple Smoothie is one my husband has been enjoying lately and I wanted to share it with you.

It’s inspired by a smoothie recipe he tried on a work trip to Hawaii (I know, right?)

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mango pineapple smoothie recipe

This easy Mango Pineapple Smoothie will send you all the tropical vibes.

The taste of this real fruit smoothie is fruity, creamy and a little sour. It features frozen mango, frozen pineapple, almond milk, pineapple juice and Greek yogurt.

It’s packed with Vitamin C, though the sweet combination of fruit juices will make you wish you were on a beach somewhere soaking up vitamin D in the middle of the summer months.

Flavor-wise, it’s not unlike my boozy pineapple Dole whip! Creamy and tropical, all in one.

Mango smoothies are kind of underrated — I don’t often crave mango, but whenever I have it I could eat it for days, especially in the summer heat.

copycat mcdonald’s mango pineapple smoothie recipe

This recipe is not unlike the McDonald’s mango pineapple smoothie recipe, which is one of two of McDonald’s real fruit smoothies. (The other is a strawberry banana smoothie.)

Theirs uses a mango pineapple fruit base, ice and lowfat smoothie yogurt, whereas mine uses frozen fruit.

McDonald’s version doesn’t contain almond milk, which I added for creaminess, and I substituted Greek yogurt, which is there to add thickness. You can’t really taste the Greek yogurt at all!

However, if you’d like to skip the fast food restaurants, you can make your own tropical pineapple mango smoothie at home. You can even enjoy it as a smoothie bowl with fresh tropical fruits on top if you like!

ingredients

To make this easy tropical smoothie, you only need five ingredients, each with lots of health benefits.

frozen mango and pineapple

You will need both frozen pineapple chunks and frozen mango chunks. You can usually find both pre-cut in the frozen aisle. You can also buy fresh fruit, cut it into chunks and freeze it yourself.

You can also use fresh fruit instead of frozen, but you will want to make sure to add about 1/2 cup of ice to your smoothie. Ripe mango and fresh pineapple are delicious, but they won’t make your smoothie ice cold!

You can also use pineapple juice ice cubes if you plan ahead, but you’ll also need to add juice as well to thin the smoothie.

closeup of coconut flakes on a mango pineapple smoothie

almond milk

I prefer almond milk in this cocktail. Almond is actually a common flavor in tropical cocktails, so it works well here.

Feel free to substitute coconut milk or soy milk for almond milk. Dairy milk, even nonfat milk, will make it taste more like a creamsicle, but you can use that too.

greek yogurt

You can use any kind of yogurt, but I love the thickness it provides. There are many substitutions you can use, however:

  • creamy low fat yogurt
  • regular, plain yogurt
  • non-dairy yogurt
  • vanilla yogurt
  • a spoonful of cream
  • frozen or fresh banana

All of these will help to thicken your smoothie.

pineapple juice

Use pineapple juice for the most pineapple flavor. Orange juice can be substituted for pineapple juice if you like!

I prefer to use real juice instead of fruit juice concentrate. Mango or pineapple puree will work too, but you may need water or juice to thin out the smoothie.

sweetener

Because it contains so much fruit, the pineapple mango smoothie will be pretty sweet on its own. If you’d like it to be sweeter, you can add honey, agave or maple syrup, or your favorite sweetener.

Other things you can add to your smoothies:

  • unflavored protein powder (vanilla might be nice, too)
  • chia seeds of flax seeds
  • clementines, tangerines or oranges
  • frozen banana
  • lime juice
  • coconut flakes

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