How To Make Mango Smoothie With Frozen Mango: I Love Mangos. I used to get big mangoes from my fruit vendor in the local market and he would slice them for me into 100 peices , wrap it neatly in a polythene. At my place I used to make arrack from it or keep them whole and use it during summer season.
FROZEN MANGO SMOOTHIE RECIPE
This fruity Frozen Mango Smoothie Recipe is so quick and easy to make. It’s the perfect cool snack or light meal.
Now that we’re moving into fall, I thought it would be the perfect time to share a Frozen Mango Smoothie Recipe. Because fall means it’s smoothie time, right?
I’m not much about sticking to the seasonal fare rules, especially when it comes to smoothies. We like to enjoy fruit smoothies all year long. That’s why I like buying and staying stocked up on frozen fruit. Whether it’s blueberries, strawberries, cherries, or mango, you will always find a few bags of frozen fruit in our freezer. Which means that we are never without the ingredients for a healthy snack, quick breakfast, or even when needed, an easy lunch for on the go.
Our daughter, Hope, is a big mango fan. Ever since she enjoyed a frozen mango popsicle in NYC a few years back, she just can’t seem to get enough of the tropical fruit in frozen form. So when she came home from college this weekend, I made sure to have a couple of bags of frozen mango ready because I knew she would get around to making her favorite smoothie, a Frozen Mango Smoothie.
Over the summer she played around with the mango smoothie and I think she managed to perfect it. Personally, I’ve never been much of a mango fan. I’m not sure why. It seems to be a favorite fruit for many. I’ve always been kinda take it or leave it with the mango. But this mango smoothie recipe is another story. I’m a big fan of the mango in this smoothie. Yes siree! I think you will be too. Grab a blender, some frozen fruit and a few more simple ingredients and get to blending!
Indulge in luxurious fruity flavors with this mango smoothie recipe. It’s like a cup of creamy golden flavor that’s ready to cool you down with each sip! Made with only 3 ingredients and ready in just minutes.
Name one fruit that feels as luxurious to eat as a mango. I’ll wait.
That’s what I thought. Something about mangos is just so delicious and satisfying at the same time. So, what better to do than blend a bunch together and enjoy them smoothie-style?
This particular smoothie might just win the Easiest Recipe on Live Eat Learn Ever award. It only uses three ingredients and if you’re using pre-frozen mangos, it’s ready in less than a minute. Using fresh mangos will still be quick; you’ll just have to stick your fruit in the freezer for a bit!
So, ladies and jellybeans, if you find yourself with an intense sweet-and-cold craving and have a minute or two to spare, grab your mangoes, yogurt, and milk. Let’s get to mango smoothie makin’!
Tropical Mango Smoothie Ingredients
For this mango glass of tropical deliciousness, we’re keeping things as simple as possible with just three ingredients. You’ll need a mango, your favorite Greek yogurt, and some milk!
- Mango: For the mango portion of this recipe, you’ll need 1 cup of diced fruit, either fresh or frozen. Any mango variety will work well!
- Greek Yogurt: Greek yogurt will add thickness and protein to the smoothie. Go for ½ cup of either plain or vanilla.
- Milk: Finish it off with ½ cup of a liquid! I prefer milk here, but you could use orange juice, coconut water, or a plant-based milk.
How To Make A Smoothie With Mango
Any recipe that calls for just two steps is a winner in my book.
- Prep the ingredients: Peel and dice the mango, then set it on a plate and freeze for about 30 minutes. This will help it chill, which will contribute to the frosty consistency of the smoothie. Alternatively, you can use pre-frozen mango pieces (these are often more affordable).
- Blitz everything together: Blend all of the ingredients in a blender until everything is smooth and mixed together. Enjoy!
Go Vegan With These Swaps
If you’re interested in veganizing this smoothie, it’s easy! Instead of using dairy Greek yogurt, go for a dairy-free option instead. I love coconut yogurt here for the subtle tropical flavor it brings. In terms of the milk, you can sub regular milk with your favorite dairy-free alternative, use orange juice, or even coconut water!
As with most smoothies, you can add flavors and ingredients to make this mango smoothie your own! I love replacing some of the frozen mango with frozen pineapple or strawberry. Or add honey and spices to make it a Mango Lassi. Or add a boost of nutrition with protein powder, chia seeds, or flax. The options are endless!
Best Mango Smoothies (+ Frozen Mango Recipe)
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!
Recommended products & ingredients
- A reliable blender* to fulfill all your smoothie-making needs
- Drizzle some MCT oil* to add some good fats to your drink
- Chia seeds*,a super easy way to add some extra fiber to your smoothie
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.
Toppings for mango smoothies
And for some extra oomph, here is a healthy assortment of ingredients you can add to your smoothie after it’s blended for extra nutrition and crunch:
- Pumpkin seeds*
- Chia seeds*
- Hemp seeds*
- Shredded coconut*
- Fresh fruit
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!
- 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.
If you prefer thinner smoothies, feel free to add a dairy or non-dairy milk* of your choice or coconut water*.
Thoroughly blend your ingredients by using a Nutribullet*, Vitamix*, Thermomix*, Ninja*, or other reliable blender to make your mango smoothie.
Add more calories to this smoothie by incorporating yogurt or Greek yogurt.