Having the very Best Mango Smoothie for breakfast will help you begin your day by taking good care of your body from the inside out! This smoothie is beneficial for your skin and eyesight and aids in good digestion.
We make Juices and Smoothies as part of our daily routine. Having freshly extracted juices and blended fruit first thing in the morning is probably the best thing you can do for your body, mind, and overall health.
This dairy-free mango smoothie is rich and full of vitamins and minerals. This nutrition-packed smoothie is a great way to start your day! Mango is low in calories but full of nutrients and antioxidants.
This is my go-to Smoothie when there is a long day ahead, and I need to make sure I am not only well-nourished but undoubtedly satisfied for hours. This mango as well as our Watermelon Smoothie, are our go-to smoothies for summertime.
We will use very simple ingredients to make a healthy mango smoothie, low in calories and full of flavor.
- Fresh or Frozen Mango
- Frozen banana
Optionally add fresh mint for an extra fresh flavor to your mango banana smoothie.
To make a mango smoothie you can use fresh mango or frozen mangoes. Use a good quality blender so you can blend ice and frozen goods seamlessly.
Blend chopped mango, banana slices, pitted dates, ice-cold water, and pitted dates or date paste in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth.
Then pour the smoothie in a glass and optionally garnish with mint leaves.
As a rule of thumb, you can make a fruit smoothie with frozen fruit without worrying about the nutrients loss because they are well-preserved.
In addition, frozen fruit is usually picked at the best moment of the ripening process of fruit. This is not the case with overcooked foods.
If you go for fresh mangoes and bananas, peel them and cut them into chunks. Remember, you can also do this the night before or even days before and have them ready-made to save some minutes of your morning routine.
Frozen bananas will help achieve the creamy texture we are looking for.
Pineapple - make a banana mango pineapple smoothie simply adding one cup of frozen pineapple chunks to make a fantastic smoothie full of tropical flavors. You can also simply replace water with pineapple juice.
Richer - we decided to make a mango naked smoothie, but you can use your non-dairy milk of choices such as almond milk, coconut milk, cashew milk, oat milk, or soy milk. Mango smoothies are naturally creamy given the fantastic texture that manoes have but you can also add half a cup of your favorite dairy-free yogurt. Our favorite is coconut yogurt.
Coconut - to make a coconut mango smoothie, instead of using cold water, use the same quantity of light coconut milk.
Green - to make a mango green smoothie, add one cup of fresh or frozen spinach to the blender. It won't affect the flavor because spinach is very mild, especially if using baby spinach.
More antioxidants - add a tablespoon of chia seeds, it will be a thicker smoothie as chia seeds will jellify.
Sweetness - this healthy drink already has all the sweetness from frozen bananas and mangoes but if you have a sweet tooth, you can naturally sweeten it with a tablespoon of maple syrup. Another option is to simply replace the water with orange juice. It will also taste amazing.
Protein - add protein powder to raise the protein content. We like using the clean protein powder from complement because it only used clean plant-based organic sources.
How to make a smoothie thicker
A thick smoothie can be a delicious and satisfying treat, but getting a perfect consistency can be a challenge. If your smoothie is too thin, you may want to add a thickening agent to give it some body.
However, adding too much can make your smoothie unpalatable, so it's important to find the right balance. One way to thicken a smoothie is to add a frozen ingredient, such as bananas or berries.
Another option is to use ice cubes made from juice or coconut water. You can also add dairy-free yogurt, oatmeal, chia seeds, or avocados for an extra boost of thickness. With a little experimentation, you'll be able to find the perfect ingredients to create a smoothie that's just the right consistency for you.
5 Mango benefits you didn’t know
- May Improve Digestive Health
- It may support Heart Health
- Mangoes may also support Eye Health
- May Improve Hair and Skin Health
- May Boost Immunity
Bananas, just like mangoes, have significant benefits for your health, including improving digestive and heart health. This morning fruit smoothie is all you need to boost energy and nurture your stomach and heart.
Note: if you are a person living with diabetes, it is recommended to avoid a high intake of well-ripened bananas.
Integrating fruit smoothies into your daily routine
Two times a week, we have smoothies, either a:
Give it a try! You will fill nourished and satisfied!
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Best Mango Smoothie
- 1 tablespoon fresh mint
- 2 tablespoons Organic Protein Plant-Based Powder
- Wash and prepare the ingredients.1 large ripe banana, 1 cup cubed mango
- In a blender, add bananas, mango, water, sweetener of choice, and cinnamon. and blend until creamy and smooth.½ cup cold water, 1 tablespoon date paste, pinch ground cinnamon, 1 tablespoon fresh mint
- Add more liquid (ice water) if too thick or ice to thicken.
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