How To Make Mango Smoothie Recipe


How to make mango smoothie recipe. It is so good you will want to drink it every day. It is delicious, fruity, healthy and an instant boost of energy for the whole family. Here is an easy recipe you can use. Is it awesome mango season? Of course it is. Here’s a quick, easy and deliciously tasty recipe on how to make Mango Smoothie.

Mango Smoothie




This Mango Smoothie is healthy and refreshing! Made with just a few ingredients, it’s perfect for a quick breakfast or hearty snack.

See the step by step recipe video down in the recipe card.

mango smoothie in glasses with fresh mango on the side

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It’s smoothie time, and this refreshing Mango Smoothie is at the top of our list of favorites!

While we’ll never say no to this Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie, this healthy Strawberry Smoothie, or this Pineapple Smoothie, this Mango Smoothie has a fun, tropical flavor that just can’t be beat!

It’s simple to make, filled with good for you ingredients, and keeps us satisfied during a busy day or after a morning workout!

How do you make a Mango Smoothie?

There aren’t a lot of rules when making a smoothie, but there is one that’s important to note!

Always add the softest or liquid ingredients at the bottom of the blender, and work your way up to the firmest or hardest to blend. This will ensure everything plays nice in the blender and you don’t have to stop and stir too many times.

For this Mango Smoothie, we’re using mango juice (sometimes called nectar), Greek yogurt, frozen banana and frozen mango chunks. If your blender is having a hard time getting a smooth consistency, you can open it and add a splash of juice, milk or water.

Optional add ins:

  • 1/4-½ cup quick oats
  • 2 tablespoons ground flax or wheat bran
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
  • 1 teaspoon of honey or maple syrup if desired to sweeten
  • Other frozen fruits: pineapple, raspberries and strawberries are some of our favorites too add! Just reduce the banana and/or mango, or you’ll need to increase the liquid.

Can I use fresh mango instead of frozen?

If you don’t have any mango pieces frozen, you can use fresh mango.

Your Mango Smoothie won’t have quite as thick a consistency, but you can always add in a few ice cubes to compensate if you desire.

If you do use fresh mango, you may find it is slightly sweeter than frozen.

Can I use fresh banana instead of frozen?

I prefer to use frozen bananas in my smoothies because it adds such a rich and creamy consistency! I always have a big freezer stash for smoothie days

If you don’t have any frozen bananas, you can skip them or add some in fresh. If you use fresh bananas and find that the smoothie is too warm or too thin for your liking, you can add some ice cubes and blend it again.

pouring mango smoothie into glass from blender

What can I swap for Mango Juice?

Mango juice or mango nectar can be hard to find, but I love the extra punch of mango flavor it gives! Look for a no sugar added variety for the healthiest smoothie.

If you can’t find mango juice, you can use almost any kind of juice, but my preferences would be peach, pineapple, apple or orange.

If you prefer not to use juice, you can swap it for milk (dairy or non dairy) or even water, but you may find you want to add honey for added flavor and sweetness.


Mango Smoothie is a yummy, heart filling drink made by blending mango pulp, milk, curd and nuts. This is a treat in scorching heat and could be made at home in minutes. Mango Smoothie Recipe presented here is with coconut milk & is explained step by step with pictures.

Mango Smoothie Recipe

Mango Smoothie is a healthy and creamy drink that you can have for breakfast. It is so filling that you will not feel hungry until lunchtime that mid morning snack can be skipped.


Mango Smoothie can be prepared in different ways using varied ingredients as per your liking. I can say there is no recipe easier than this especially for breakfast.

Usually Mittu hesitates to try any new recipes so I said its mango drink and gave her. She asked the ingredients that went into the making and I said it was just milk, mango and sugar. If I say honey and nuts she wouldn’t taste it at all. She happily drank it and said it was yummy.

After few days when I was editing the pics, she saw the steps and asked there are so many other ingredients shown here and you said it was only mango milk and sugar?! I never expected this and I was not ready with any answer, then I said it was before I made a separate milkshake just for you and then added the other ingredients to make this smoothie…ah what a relief.


Smoothies are usually a thick creamy blend of fruits, yogurt, milk, nuts, seeds or dry fruits or even vegtables.


  • Classic Mango Smoothie : This is a simple Mango Smoothie Recipe with just a blend of fresh juicy mangoes with milk, yogurt, honey and almonds.
  • Banana Mango Smoothie : This is a variation with banana. Banana Mango Smoothie is an excellent combo along with milk and sugar.


  • Mangoes – Alphonso is the recommended variety for tasty, thicky & colourful drinks be it smoothie or lassi or any beverage. However you can use other mangoes like Banganapalli or Neelam or Senthuram variety.
  • Milk – Use any fresh milk boiled & cooled. I used cows milk.
  • Yogurt – Use thick curd, you can use homemade fresh curd too. Make sure it is not sour.
  • Honey – I have used honey for this recipe. You can try with regular white sugar, condensed milk, brown sugar & cane sugar – although they significantly impact the taste of the drink.
Mango Smoothie Recipe


Mango Smoothie

Mango Smoothie is a yummy, heart filling drink made by blending mango pulp, milk, curd and nuts. Mango Smoothie is a treat in scorching heat and could be made at home in minutes. Mango Smoothie Recipe presented here is with coconut milk & is explained step by step with pictures.

 Prep Time10 mins

 Cook Time5 mins

 Servings people

 AuthorSharmilee J1x2x3x


  • 1 and 1/2 cups mango chopped roughly
  • 1 and 1/2 cups milk boiled and cooled
  • 1/2 cup yogurt
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 2 nos almonds


  • To a clean dry mixer jar add 1 and 1/2 cups chopped mangoes. I used alphonso variety.
  • Add 1 and 1/2 cups fresh milk, boiled and cooled.
  • Add 1/2 cup thick curd.
  • Add 2 tbsp honey. Increase to 3 tbsp if your mangoes are not that sweet.
  • Add 2 nos almonds. You can soak in hot water and add to get it blended easily.
  • Now all ready to blend.
  • Blend until thick and creamy. Adjust consistency according to your liking. Thin it with water if you prefer slightly runny smoothie.
  • Smoothies are slightly thick so adjust consistency according to your liking.
  • Pour into serving glass.
  • Garnish with a small sprig of mint leaves. Enjoy!
  • Enjoy Mango Smoothie fresh!

Mango Smoothie with Green Tea

Mango Smoothie with Green Tea – A perky start to your day! This healthy breakfast, or mid-afternoon snack, is a great recipe to keep in your back pocket for back-to-school. 

Mango Smoothie closeup view with mint

The Best Breakfast Snack

This easy mango smoothie is fabulous for snacks or breakfast and will keep you feeling fresh and satisfied all day long.

I have hang-ups… I’ll admit it. They say all artists do. *wink*

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For instance, I only drink hot caffeine in the afternoon, to get me through the 3 pm slump.

I don’t like sweet breakfast foods in the morning; I’d rather have them as dessert.

And I won’t drink a smoothie, no matter how good it tastes, unless it also comes in a pretty color.

So today’s mango smoothie with green tea is my new favorite, because it’s sweet, but not too sweet, comes in a pretty color, and the caffeine is in fact cold.

It might be my perfect breakfast.

This creamy mango smoothie combines tangy mangoes with the earthy quality of green tea. And since we’re getting a good dose of green tea first thing in the morning, you’ll be buzzing around and fighting cancer all in one fell swoop!

Green Tea Smoothie made with tea bags and fresh fruit

Mango Smoothie Pro Tips

Sometimes I cut mangoes and place them in the freezer if they are on the verge of going bad. Ripe frozen mango is a good substitute for fresh.

I have also been known to make up a pitcher of green tea to keep in the fridge for smoothie making.

If you like your smoothies extra thick, keeping all the ingredients chilled is the key.

Yet even if you brew up one cup of hot green tea and place it in the freezer for a few minutes to cool, you’ll still end up with a cool refreshing mango smoothie with a silky texture.

You can also add protein powder to your mango smoothie if you like. Or powdered greens… But then the color wouldn’t be pretty.

Easy Mango

Green Tea Mango Smoothie Recipe


  • Ripe Fresh Mango or Frozen Mango
  • Boiling Water
  • Green Tea Bags
  • Ice
  • Frozen Banana
  • Honey optional


This is an easy recipe to make, and it is as simple as just a few steps!


  1. Add the tea bags to the hot water, then place them in the freezer to cool while you are preparing the rest of the smoothie.
  2. Peel the mangoes, remove the pit, and place the flesh in the blender. Add the ice, one half of a frozen banana, and 1 tablespoon of honey if you like.
  3. Then remove the tea from the freezer and discard the tea bags. Pour the tea into the blender, cover, and puree until smooth. Serve immediately.

It’s as easy as that. Just prep, combine, and blend.

You can add in some ice cubes to make it thicker for a smoothie bowl experience.

Mango Smoothie with green tea closeup of full glass

Frequently Asked Questions


Mixing green tea into your smoothies helps lower your blood pressure and is anti-inflammatory, with plenty of vitamin c, potassium, and fiber.

It also gives sweet smoothies an earthy quality that balances the flavor.


When bananas start turning brown, peel them, break them in half, and put them in a freezer bag. You can keep them frozen for future smoothies. Then just pull out as many banana pieces as you need.


Yes, you can either add in more frozen mangos or add in some thick yogurt. The banana in this recipe is primarily used as a thickening agent.

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